Norwegian triathlete Gustav Iden has achieved victory in the first edition of the Canadian Open where a million dollars in prizes were distributed.
The test that was disputed under the 100 km format(2-80-18) began at 20:30 p.m. with the swim segment.
First out of the water was Henri Schoeman leading a group with Aaron Royle, Alistair Brownlee, Sam Laidow, Ben Kanute and Kyle Smith.
Behind at 1:16 Bummenfelt left, at 1:23 Iden, . Dapena, who was competing in the test, left behind with 2:06 behind the leader of the test.
In the first kilometers of the cycling segment, a duet was formed in the lead with Brownlee and Laidlow leaving ahead.
At km 40, both triathletes were 47 seconds ahead of Smith and 1:32 ahead of Blummenfelt and Iden, who were riding together.
In T2 the duo of Brownlee and Laidlow led iden at 1:07 who led a group with Blummenfet and Funk.
In the foot race, Alistair sank in the first kilometers losing all options.
Laidlow took the lead until at kilometer 5 Iden caught up with him leaving alone.
In the passage through PK 10 of the race, he was ahead by 1:16 over Blummenfelt who was beginning to cut the difference and by 2 minutes over Aaron Royle who was third.
Gustav Iden He knew how to maintain his advantage until the end, achieving victory in the test with a time of 3:06:59.
second was Kristian blummenfet (3: 07: 37) and third Aaron Royle (3: 10: 18)
The Spanish Pablo Dapena He finished in 16th position and the British Alistair Brownlee in 24th.
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