The American Katie Zaferes has returned to shine and has achieved her second consecutive victory this season at the Bermuda World Series
After the brilliant men's race where we could see a Javier Gómez Noya finishing in the second position of the test, it was the turn of the women's race, where we counted on the presence of Carolina Routier and Sara Pérez.
The first to leave the water were Jessica Lermonth and Maya Kingma followed closely by a group led by Summer Rappaport, Vicky Holland and Katie Zaferes. Carolina and Sara left the 12 and 13º respectively to 13 seconds of head.
Already in the cyclone sector a quartet was formed in the lead with Holland, Learmonth, Zaferes and Lotte Miller leaving alone to go little by little taking advantage of the pursuer group. On the seventh lap, Holland suffered an incident that made her lose time.
Finally the triplet arrived at the T2 with 2: 30 of advantage over the persecuting group, with the medals practically decided.
Katie Zaferes He did not have his best transition and lost a few seconds at the beginning of the race, but quickly went in search of Learmonth and Miller, where nothing else to reach them launched an attack leaving them behind. Little by little, the advantage was increased to get his second win in the WTS2019, this time in Bermuda with a final time of 1: 59: 52 followed by Jessica Learmonth (2: 01: 33) and for Joana Brown (2: 02: 05) occupying the third final position.
As for the Spanish Carolina Routier it was 28º and Sara Perez 30º.