For the third time in history, the US women completed a clean sweep of the ITU World Triathlon Series podium
By Erin Greene
By Chelsea White
After a strong swim, Jenkins, Flora Duffy (BER) and Andrea Hewitt (NZL), made a break just after the halfway mark of the 40km bikel eg.
Fresh from their success at the opening World Triathlon Series event in Abu Dhabi, Great Britain’s Jodie Stimpson and Australia’s Ashleigh Gentle will headline the women’s race on the Sunshine Coast. photo Delly Carr
Former junior track and field star, Emma Pallant (GBR) scored a strong win for Great Britain, putting pay to the hopes of world champion Sandra Levenez (FRA) going back to back in Adelaide.
USA’s Gwen Jorgensen was crowned royalty on Friday for a second time after winning her 12th straight race
"It's been a tough few months and I had a bad result in Rio last weekend so it's fantastic to be back and to have had such a great race"
Lauren Steadman (GBR) commanded the course and was the frontrunner from start to finish.
Switzerland’s Jolanda Annen out lasted last year’s Huatulco bronze medallist Mateja Simic for silver in the sprint distance race. photo Rich Cruse