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World Cup Win A ‘Stepping-Stone’ For Canada’s Findlay

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Canada’s Paula Findlay won the first World Cup title of her in Monterrey, Mexico on Sunday.  The 20-year old pulled away on the first of four run laps, building her advantage throughout the run.

Findlay beat an impressive field in Monterrey. Photo: Paul Phillips/Triathlon.org
Findlay beat an impressive field in Monterrey. Photo: Paul Phillips/Triathlon.org

As a teenager, Paula Findlay was pretty adept at tap, jazz and ballet, so a victory dance might well be in her repertoire.

But members of the International Triathlon Union aren’t likely to see it, even if she keeps winning races.

The shy 20-year-old Edmonton triathlete won a World Cup in Monterrey, Mexico, on Sunday by a rather impressive 33 seconds over Japan’s Ai Ueda, meaning Findlay had some time to plan a celebration while legging it toward the finish line.

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