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Mislawchuk takes fourth at opening Super League Championship Series

Wilde takes men's win, Beaugrande tops women's race

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Hayden Wilde took his second-straight Super League Triathlon Championship Series race in London, outsprinting Australian Matt Hauser for the win, with his rival, Great Britain’s Alex Yee, the defending Super League Championship champion finishing third.

The eace featured the Super League Triple Mix format that saw the athletes complete a swim/ bike/ run for the first leg, a run/ bike/ swim for the second and a bike/ swims/ run for the third leg.

The first three were well clear, but Mislawchuk was able to beat Great Britain’s Jonathan Brownlee in a sprint for fourth place, putting the Canadian in the mix for the championship, which has four more legs. Mislawchuk, who has struggled to achieve top form for much of the year, was thrilled to be back competing with the world’s best.


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Beaugrand tops women’s race

France’s Cassandre Beaugrand took the sprint over American Taylor Spivey, who race aggressively through the final leg of the race, but couldn’t hold off the French woman’s blistering final run to the line and had to settle for second. Defending Super League champion Georgia Taylor Brown ended up third.