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The 2017 season seems to be the perfect one for Bermudian Flora Duffy, who claimed her fourth victory in a row in the World Triathlon series, after winning by a close margin in the sprint race in Edmonton. The now leader of the series, Duffy was joined on the podium by young American Taylor Knibb and fellow compatriot Katie Zaferes.
“It was pretty spot on, so thank you, Edmonton,” said Duffy after her victory. “Taylor (Knibb) is riding super strong at the moment, I have been in a breakaway with her before, in Montreal last year, We worked together really well, but she was so strong I thought she might be running really strong too, so I attacked her on the last hill to get a little buffer.”
Read the complete recap at Triathlon.org and watch a video recap below.