Alex Yee and Georgia Taylor-Brown win the Montreal World Series

The fifth round of the 2022 Triathlon World Series circuit, the WTCS Montréal, have not disappointed and have offered a show in style.

With a different format than usual with elimination rounds and a 3-leg final in supersprint distance in addition to having rconverted to duathlon It has been quite a show offering emotion until the end.

In the men's event, victory in the final went to the British Alex Yee with a time of 21: 55 followed by Hayden Wilde (21: 58) and by Leo Bergere (21: 59).

The best Spanish has been Roberto Sánchez Mantecón which was 14th Genis Grau It has been 22º and Antonio Serrat 29º.

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Men's 10 Top

Position Athlete Country Time
1 Alex Yee GBR 00:21:55
2 Hayden Wilde NZL 00:21:58
3 Léo Bergere FRA 00:21:59
4 Jelle Geens BEL 00:22:02
5 Manoel Messias BRA 00:22:05
6 Vincent Luis FRA 00:22:08
7 Pierre Le Corre FRA 00:22:11
8 Jawad abdelmoula TUE 00:22:13
9 Marten Van Riel BEL 00:22:41
10 Joao Silva BY 00:24:07

In the women's category the victory went to the British Georgia Taylor-Brown with a time of 24: 04 followed by Cassandre Beagrand (24: 07) and by Beth Potter (24:15) in third position.

In this category no Spanish qualified for the final.

Top 10 female

Position Athlete Country Time
1 Georgia Taylor-Brown GBR 00:24:04
2 Cassandre Beaugrand FRA 00:24:07
3 Beth Potter GBR 00:24:15
4 Alberte Kjaer Pedersen THE 00:24:25
5 Summer Rappaport USA 00:24:42
6 Taylor Spivey USA 00:24:44
7 Sophie Coldwell GBR 00:24:47
8 Jeanne Lehair TRI 00:24:51
9 jennyfer arnold BRA 00:25:11
10 Verena Steinhauser ITA 00:25:25

Complete classifications

The next test of the circuit will be in Germany with the dispute of the WTCS Hamburg on July 9 and 10.

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