After the penultimate test of the circuit of the Triathlon World Series disputed in Bermuda, the general classification of the women's ranking is very tight in what will be one of the most disputed finals in recent years.
The Grand Final will take place in Abu Dhabi from November 23-26.
In the men's category, the British Alex Yee did not take advantage of the leader's absence of the Hayden Wilde Ranking, finishing in fifth position.
Wilde arrives in Abu Dhabi with a total of 3.850, followed by Yee with 3.732. The New Zealander, as long as he finishes ahead of the Briton, will win the world title.
The Spanish Antonio Serrat with his second place in Bermuda, he climbs 3 steps in the ranking and is now in sixth position.
The third place of Roberto Sánchez Mantecón It has made him climb 15 positions, rising to 18th place in the general standings.
In the women's event, things are much tighter. With the victory of Flora Duffy in the test she is only 69 points behind the British Georgia Taylor-Browncircuit leader.
The title will be disputed between these 2 great triathletes, where Duffy will seek what would be his fourth world title.
The Spanish Miriam Casillas with his seventh place yesterday, he has risen 3 positions and enters the Top 10 of the Ranking.
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