USA wins mixed relay at Montreal stage of World Triathlon Circuit

USA wins mixed relay at Montreal stage of World Triathlon Circuit

You United States of america This Sunday (15) was the winner of the mixed relay race of the Montreal stage World Triathlon Tour (WTCS). quartet formed by Taylor Spivey, Seth Ryder, Kirsten Kasper I Chase McQueen Won the competition in 01:25:27, followed by New Zealand and Italy.

The Oceania team took the lead in the first leg, but the second-placed rider on the American team set off on the bike at high speed and distanced itself from the opponents. When third competitor Kirsten Kasper entered the water, the peloton’s gap was 15 seconds.

Italian Alice Betto leaned into cycling and overtook the American in the race, with Italy placing Alessandro Fabian first in the race. Chase McQueen, the American team rookie, took the lead for his team in swimming, taking the lead in cycling and finishing the race five seconds ahead of New Zealanders Saxon Morgan and Fabian 19.

The teams from France and Great Britain, bronze and gold at the Tokyo Games, did not take part in the competition. The final leg of the circuit will be held in Edmonton on Canada’s west coast next Saturday (21). The women’s and men’s U23 and elite titles will be up for grabs.

Featured photo: Breeding / World Triathlon

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