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Главная » 2017 » Август » 7 » Montreal. World Triathlon Series
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Montreal. World Triathlon Series
August 5-6 in Canada (Montreal) was the stage of the World Series of Triathlon at the Olympic distance. The race turned out spectacular and unpredictable. Women tried not to let Flore Duffy win, and men's struggle for the podium was without the participation of Spaniard Mario Mola.
The first woman to complete the voyage was Katie Zaferes from the United States, who gathered around her a group of leaders from 12 participants. Running was led by Andrea Hewitt from New Zealand, who was replaced by Ashleigh Gentle from Australia. The main favorite race - Flora Duffy from Bermuda stayed in the transit zone, caught up with the group, but lost the leader ten seconds. Ashleigh, inspired by the support of the coach, was able to resist and won the race! Flora Duffy finished second with a lag of 23 seconds from the winner of the race. Third place in Andrea Hewitt, who was ready to fight for the podium of the race. The next three places were taken by the hostess of the competition Joanna Brown, Kirsten Kasper from the USA and Dutchman Rachel Klamer. Taylor Knibb from the US in seventh place, and eighth place in the Japanese Yuko Takahashi. Katie Zaferes, who did everything possible to ensure that as few participants as possible arrived in the transit zone and did not let Flora Duffy go on the bike stage, wasted her energy and could not show fast time on the run. Katie finished the race in ninth place. Closes top-10 final protocol of Charlotte McShane. Along with the leaders in the transit zone came a young Japanese Minami Kubono, who was ready to fight for a place in the top ten, but was disqualified on the run. Well, the one on the bike was so high that some women became circular - Simone Ackermann, Claire Michel, Reni Tomlin, Claudia Rivas and Aoi Kuramoto. Thus, women have tried a recipe not to let Flora Duffy win the race. The calculation for a quick run, after a heavy bicycle did not justify itself. And only Ashleigh Gently, having the advantage of ten seconds, was able to resist the pressure of the leader of the World Series. However, the first attempts to cope with the dominance of Gwen Jorgensen from the US, also ended in failure. Jorgensen fast runner and rivals did everything possible to leave from her as far as possible. And the first person who got it was Flora Duffy!
The men on the swimming lost the Spaniard Mario Mola and the leading group left without him. After the bike pick-up in the group of leaders, there were seven participants who were the first to start running. Among them were Spaniard Javier Gomez, Jonathan Brownlee from Great Britain, Slovak Richard Varga, Norwegian Krishtian Blummenfelt, Australian Aaron Royle and US representatives Seth Rider and Ben Kanute. Already on the second kilometer of the run the leaders were a trio (Gomez, Brownlee and Blummenfelt). Jonathan Brownlee tried his best to escape from his pursuers, but in the second half of the race the initiative was intercepted by the Spaniard, who fled to victory in the race! Support the pace of the winner was able to Krishtian Blummenfelt, who finished second. And Jonathan Brownlee spent a lot of money and could not fight for prizes in the race. Third place in the South African Richard Murray, who began running in a group of pursuers. Jonathan Brownlee is finishing fourth. From the leading group only three participants finished in the top 10. The remaining places were taken by the persecutors - Rafael Montoya from France, Jelle Geens from Belgium, Simon Viain from France, Ryan Sissons from New Zealand, Pierre Le Corre of France and Spaniard Vicente Hernandez. Spaniard Mario Mola finished in 14th place.


Elite Men
1 Javier Gomez Noya ESP 01:47:50
2 Kristian Blummenfelt NOR 01:48:05 0:00:15
3 Richard Murray RSA 01:48:42 0:00:52
...
4 Jonathan Brownlee GBR 01:49:04 0:01:14
5 Raphael Montoya FRA 01:49:11 0:01:21
6 Jelle Geens BEL 01:49:11 0:01:21
7 Simon Viain FRA 01:49:24 0:01:34
8 Ryan Sissons NZL 01:49:29 0:01:39
9 Pierre Le Corre FRA 01:49:33 0:01:43
10 Vicente Hernandez ESP 01:49:37 0:01:47
11 Crisanto Grajales MEX 01:49:40 0:01:50
12 Aaron Royle AUS 01:49:42 0:01:52
13 Richard Varga SVK 01:49:57 0:02:07
14 Mario Mola ESP 01:50:00 0:02:10
15 Shachar Sagiv ISR 01:50:01 0:02:11
16 Dorian Coninx FRA 01:50:09 0:02:19
17 Luke Willian AUS 01:50:10 0:02:20
18 Gordon Benson GBR 01:50:15 0:02:25
19 Andreas Schilling DEN 01:50:17 0:02:27
20 Jonas Schomburg ITU 01:50:21 0:02:31
21 Lukas Hollaus AUT 01:50:22 0:02:32
22 Tony Dodds NZL 01:50:26 0:02:36
23 Ben Kanute USA 01:50:27 0:02:37
24 Russell White IRL 01:50:36 0:02:46
25 Gustav Iden NOR 01:50:37 0:02:47
26 Irving Perez MEX 01:50:40 0:02:50
27 Adrien Briffod SUI 01:51:23 0:03:33
28 David Mendoza MEX 01:51:43 0:03:53
29 Alexis Lepage CAN 01:51:48 0:03:58
30 Dmitry Polyanskiy RUS 01:51:59 0:04:09
31 Fernando Alarza ESP 01:52:03 0:04:13
32 Jumpei Furuya JPN 01:52:15 0:04:25
33 Tyler Mislawchuk CAN 01:52:20 0:04:30
34 Seth Rider USA 01:52:52 0:05:02
35 Makoto Odakura JPN 01:53:13 0:05:23
...+5%...
36 Shiruba Taniguchi JPN 01:53:39 0:05:49
37 Hunter Lussi USA 01:53:44 0:05:54
38 Joao Pereira POR 01:53:58 0:06:08
39 Shogo Ishitsuka JPN 01:54:03 0:06:13
40 Jacob Birtwhistle AUS 01:55:15 0:07:25
41 Ryousuke Maeda JPN 02:01:47 0:13:57
LAP Kenji Nener AUS
DNF Grant Sheldon GBR
DNF Matthew McElroy USA
DNF Eric Lagerstrom USA
DNF Eli Hemming USA
LAP Miguel Arraiolos POR
LAP Eder Mejia Munoz MEX
DNF Declan Wilson AUS
DNF Ivan Ivanov UKR
LAP Mohamad Alsabbagh SYR
DNF Sigurdur Orn Ragnarsson ISL
LAP Juan Alejandro Delgado Vallejo MEX

Elite Women
1 Ashleigh Gentle AUS 01:59:04
2 Flora Duffy BER 01:59:27 0:00:23
3 Andrea Hewitt NZL 01:59:48 0:00:44
...
4 Joanna Brown CAN 02:00:23 0:01:19
5 Kirsten Kasper USA 02:00:26 0:01:22
6 Rachel Klamer NED 02:00:32 0:01:28
7 Taylor Knibb USA 02:00:51 0:01:47
8 Yuko Takahashi JPN 02:01:01 0:01:57
9 Katie Zaferes USA 02:01:14 0:02:10
10 Charlotte McShane AUS 02:01:49 0:02:45
11 Gillian Backhouse AUS 02:02:13 0:03:09
12 Vendula Frintova CZE 02:03:47 0:04:43
13 Jolanda Annen SUI 02:04:41 0:05:37
14 Zsofia Kovacs HUN 02:04:52 0:05:48
15 Lindsey Jerdonek USA 02:05:14 0:06:10
16 Nicole Van Der Kaay NZL 02:05:41 0:06:37
17 Emma Jeffcoat AUS 02:06:27 0:07:23
18 Yuka Sato JPN 02:06:47 0:07:43
19 Natalie Van Coevorden AUS 02:07:10 0:08:06
20 Carolina Routier ESP 02:07:16 0:08:12
21 Paula Findlay CAN 02:07:53 0:08:49
DSQ Minami Kubono JPN
DNF Melanie Santos POR
LAP Simone Ackermann ITU
LAP Claire Michel BEL
DNF Cecilia Gabriela Perez Flores MEX
LAP Renee Tomlin USA
LAP Claudia Rivas MEX
DNF Gillian Sanders RSA
LAP Aoi Kuramoto JPN
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