Bermuda's Flora Duffy absolutely rocked the 2017 triathlon season—and she was rewarded with $300,000 worth of prize money.

Bermuda’s Flora Duffy absolutely rocked the 2017 triathlon season—and she was rewarded with $300,000 worth of prize money for her efforts, according to USA Triathlon’s prize money leaderboard. Duffy’s big-time earnings are a reflection of the opportunity that lies with doing well in the ITU World Triathlon Series (WTS). She won six WTS races and then earned $83,500 for her final first-place ranking in the series. She also closed out her season with victories at the XTERRA World Championship ($20,000) and the Island House Invitational Triathlon ($60,000). Her total of $297,703 is nearly $80,000 more than second-place earner Daniela Ryf of Switzerland—who won both the Ironman and 70.3 World Championships. ITU athletes (Javier Gomez, Mario Mola, Katie Zaferes, and Ashleigh Gentle, respectively), make up spots No. 3 through 6. Male Ironman world champion Patrick Lange sits at No. 7, with Kona runner-up athlete Lionel Sanders (CAN) sitting in eighth. ITU athlete Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR) was the ninth-highest earner with Kona podium finisher Sarah Crowley (AUS) earning the final spot in the top 10.

It’s worth noting these are just the prize money totals, and aren’t an exact reflection of the total income earned by the pros. Sponsorship deals aren’t often made public, so those earnings aren’t reflected. For many of the top athletes, there totals are likely much higher.

1. Flora Duffy (BER) $297,703
2. Daniela Ryf (SUI) $219,657
3. Javier Gomez Noya (ESP) $192,600
4. Mario Mola (ESP) $178,900
5. Katie Zaferes (USA) $154,900
6. Ashleigh Gentle (AUS) $152,575
7. Patrick Lange (GER) $126,500
8. Lionel Sanders (CAN) $115,000
9. Kristian Blummenfelt (NOR) $109,900
10. Sarah Crowley (AUS) $108,250
11. Richard Murray (RSA) $102,703
12. Sebastian Kienle (GER) $102,500
13. Ben Kanute (USA) $95,550
14. Lucy Charles (GBR) $91,379
15. Holly Lawerence (GBR) $90,000
16. Andrea Hewitt (NZL) $86,675
17. Terenzo Bozzone (NZL) $83,000
18. Kirsten Kasper (USA) $80,950
19. Jonathan Brownlee (GBR) $70,550
20. Henri Schoeman (RSA) $65,350
21. Tim Don (GBR) $65,000
22. Joanna Brown (CAN) $61,200
23. Jessica Learmonth (GBR) $61,100
24. Susie Cheetham (GBR) $61,000
25. Vincent Luis (FRA) $60,875
26. Rachel Klamer (NED) $60,709
27. Fernando Alarza (ESP) $60,450
28. David McNamee (GBR) $60,143
29. Jeanni Seymour (RSA) $56,396
30. James Cunnama (RSA) $56,157
31. Heather Jackson (AUS) $54,500
32. Sam Appleton (AUS) $54,000
33. Summer Cook (USA) $53,600
34. Josh Amberger (AUS) $48,750
35. Taylor Spivey (USA) $48,610
36. Jolanda Annen (SUI) $47,600
37. Ben Hoffman (USA) $47,400
38. Annabel Luxford (AUS) $47,250
39. Thomas Bishop (GBR) $45,350
40. Ryan Sissons (NZL) $44,125
41. Jacob Birtwhistle (AUS) $43,925
42. Ellie Salthouse (AUS) $43,750
43. Matt Hanson (USA) $43,500
44. Liz Lyles (USA)  $43,250
45. Kaisa Sali (FIN) $42,643
46. Alistair Brownlee (GBR) $42,143
47. Aaron Royle (AUS) $41,350
48. Laura Philipp (GER) $41,000
49. Emma Pallant (GBR) $40,893
50. Sarah True (USA) $40,465
51. Sarah Piampiano (USA) $40,250
52. Pierre Le Corre (FRA) $39,900
53. Lucy Gossage (GBR) $39,861
54. Carrie Lester (USA) $39,750
55. Jodie Robertson (USA) $38,250
56. Mauricio Mendez (MEX) $38,200
57. Tyler Butterfield (BER)  $35,000
58. Vendula Frintova (CZE) $33,800
59. Andy Potts (USA) $33,000
60. Lisa Roberts (USA) $32,984

See the complete totals here