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Richard Murray (RSA) put together a remarkable day under tough and chilly conditions to secure his second ever World Triathlon Series win on Sunday in Edmonton.
Driving to become the first athlete to win five World Championships, Javier Gomez Noya (ESP) finished second to retain the top Columbia Threadneedle Rankings spot in the last WTS event ahead of the Grand Final. Compatriot Mario Mola, who sits second in the rankings, took third, which makes him just 225 points behind Gomez just a week ahead of the World Championships.