#CBC: “Canadian triathlete Tyler Mislawchuk simply misses podium at World Series occasion in Japan ” #Toronto #Montreal #Calgary #Ottawa #Canada


​World champion Mario Mola of Spain dominated the 10-kilometre race to win the World Series Triathlon occasion in Yokohama on Saturday whereas Canadian Tyler Mislawchuk simply missed the rostrum in fourth place.

It was Mola’s third consecutive title in Japan. He took over the lead within the first kilometre after which pulled away from the pack to cross the end line in a single hour, 44 minutes, 59 seconds – 40 seconds forward of Australian Jake Birtwhistle.

Fernando Alarza, additionally of Spain, was third, 51 seconds off the tempo. Mislawchuk, from Oak Bluff, Man., was 1:11 off the lead in fourth.

“I felt good all day and feel this result has been in my legs for a while, but today was a culmination of everything,” Mislawchuk stated. “I just kept telling myself, I’ve done it every time in workouts, why not today, and I went for it. I’m just going to have a beer tonight with my friends and enjoy this one.”

Victoria’s Matt Sharpe didn’t end after he bought caught up in a crash on the sixth lap, and was compelled to name it an finish to his day.

“I took a bad line in that corner. I came in with too much speed, my brakes locked up, and I hit the deck,” Sharpe stated. “I had some road rash, but I’ll be alright. I had to make a decision. If I would have continued it would have hurt my prep for the next race.”

With Mola’s comfy win secured, the main target shifted to the race for second place the place Birtwhistle surged forward of Alarza down the stretch.

In the ladies’s occasion, world champion Flora Duffy of Bermuda pulled forward of the pack early within the 10-kilometre race to say her second consecutive title in Japan with a time of 1:53:26.​

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