Hayden Wilde and Cassandre Beaugrand win the Hamburg Supersprint World Championship

In an exciting day of triathlon, Hayden Wilde y Cassandre Beaugrand they were victorious in the supersprint finals in Hamburg.

Wilde gets the glory

The men's competition was marked by intensity and emotion until the last moment. Hayden Wilde he demonstrated his superiority and took the victory in an impressive final.

The New Zealander excelled in T2, gaining a crucial lead that he held until the end. Basque Vilaca from Portugal finished two seconds behind in second place, with Alex Yee of Great Britain completing the podium in third place.

The Olympic champion Kristian Blummenfelt from Norway came fourth and matt hauser from Australia in fifth.

Top 10 Men

  1. Hayden Wilde (NZL) - 19: 26
  2. Vasco Vilaca (POR) - 19: 28
  3. Alex Yee (GBR) - 19: 28
  4. Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR) - 19: 32
  5. Matt Hauser (AUS) - 19: 33
  6. Max Studer (SUI) - 19: 38
  7. Miguel Hidalgo (BRA) - 19: 41
  8. Tim Hellwig (GER) - 19: 44
  9. Tyler Mislawchuk (CAN) - 19: 47
  10. Csongor Lehmann (HUN) - 19: 52

Beaugrand dominates the competition

World triathlon/ Cassandre Beaugrand in Hamburg
World triathlon/ Cassandre Beaugrand in Hamburg

For its part, Cassandre Beaugrand she put in a near perfect performance to take the win and become the first Super Sprint World Champion in Hamburg.

The French star, one of the greats favorites for Olympic glory in Paris the next year, it ended the British monopoly on this season's women's WTCS races.

Beth Potter, who had won two of those four races, was second, 10 seconds behind Beaugrand, which is a huge distance in the context of this format.

Top 10 Feminine

  1. Cassandre Beaugrand (FRA) - 21: 35
  2. Beth Potter (GBR) - 21: 45
  3. Laura Lindemann (GER) - 21: 47
  4. Annika Koch (GER) - 21: 52
  5. Marlene Gomez-Göggel (GER) - 21: 55
  6. Nicole Van Der Kaay (NZL) - 21: 57
  7. Taylor Spivey (USA) - 21: 59
  8. Cathia Schär (SUI) - 22: 00
  9. Jolien Vermeylen (BEL) - 22: 07
  10. Summer Rappaport – (USA) - 22: 30

Performance of Spanish athletes

The Spanish athletes also had an outstanding performance in the Triathlon World Series in Hamburg.

Antonio Serrat seoane y Roberto Sánchez they participated in today's men's competition but did not manage to enter the Top 10 of the second stage..

Serrat finished in 13th position and Mantecón in 20th.

Gwen Jorgensen out in the first round.

The 2016 Olympic champion, Gwen Jorgensen 

The American athlete, who had raised concerns about the swim course the day before, found herself in 29th position after the swim, trailing 26 seconds.

Despite her efforts, Jorgensen failed to stay in the main group during the bike leg and found herself isolated.

Unfortunately, he failed to qualify for the next stage, ending his participation in the competition earlier than expected.

Hamburg as host

Hamburg, Germany's second largest city, is known for its rich history and vibrant cultural scene.

 Visitors can enjoy a variety of attractions, from the historic Speicherstadt, the world's largest warehouse complex, to the modern Elbphilharmonie, one of the most acoustically advanced concert halls in the world.

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