The double Olympic champion Alistair Brownlee will be in the Leeds World Series where it could be the last trick for the Brit to get qualification for the games.
In a statement to The Yorkshire Post, British Triathlon Executive Director Andy Salmon who sits on the selection committee was reluctant to favor any athlete
“TWe have two slots for Tokyo and we are working to secure another place.
We currently have Jonny Brownlee selected and now all eyes are on who else could be selected.
We are analyzing the results, training data, and we will make the selection after the race in Leeds.
Alistair is an incredible athlete, as everyone knows, but recently he had a minor injury. We all hope it continues to improve.
I guess it is progressing very well. We are looking forward to seeing him racing in Leeds again, which is fantastic for the event, great for the people and great for him as we know how much he loves racing in Leeds.
And then we'll see how things unfold"
Bronwlee and Yee's duel
Unless the UK gets a third slot for Tokyo 2020, everything indicates that we will see in the WTS of Leeds a duel between Alistair and Yee:
Alex Yee, with 23 years he comes from the world of running and finished fourth at WTS Yokohama in what was his fourth Olympic distance test.
Both, in addition to Jonny Brownlee and the three British women selected for the Games, Jess Learmonth, Georgia Taylor-Brown y Vicky Holland They will be in Leeds the first weekend in June.