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Emma Jackson wins the Edmonton World Series

The American Taylor Spivey has lost the opportunity to become the world leader.

The feminine proof of Edmonton World Serieswas marked by absence of the first three classified in the Ranking World, Katie Zaferes, Jessica Leartmonth and Georgia Taylor-Brwon, leaving the opportunity to the North American Taylor Spivey to get the World Cup lead if he won the test

The first to leave the water was Summer Rappaport followed by Sara Pérez at 2 seconds and Sophie Coldwell at 4. The rest of the group was very stretched with Spivey fourth to 5 seconds and Carolina Routier 6 to 11.

In the cycling sector we saw how from the beginning as a group formed by Taylor Spivey Coldwell and Rappaport tried to leave alone, going through the first lap of the circuit with 17 seconds on the peloton with the rest of the favorites.

Little by little, this was trimming differences to unify the squad before the passage of the second round and rolling together to reach the unified T2.

In the running race, a group of 8 units was formed in the lead with Rappaport in the lead and with Spivey and Jackson. With a strong rhythm they were leaving athletes to reach the final part only Jackson, Rappapor and Gentle.

Finally the race was decided in the last meters left as winner of Emma Jackson with a time of 1: 01: 23 followed by Summer Rappaport (1: 01: 25) and for Asheleigh Gentle (1: 01: 27) occupying the third position. Taylor Spivey It was fifth.

With this victory Emma Jackson gets her first victory in a WTS.

As for the Spanish Miriam Casillas It has been 16ª, Sara Perez 20ª, Carolina Routier 29ª and Anna Godoy 34 º

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