Duffy storms to victory in Czech Republic
Flora Duffy continued her impressive return to action with victory at the 2020 Karlovy Vary ITU Triathlon World Cup event in the Czech Republic today.
Building on the momentum of a silver medal at the Hamburg Wasser World Triathlon last week, after ten months out because of Covid-19, Duffy stormed to victory, fishing more than a minute of nearest rival Georgia Taylor-Brown, of Britain, in a reversal of the top two last time out.
The two-times world champion, led from start to finish over the challenging course including the Bohemia regionís cobbled hills, to cross the line in a time of 2hr 5min 17 sec, with Taylor-Brown finishing in 2:06.54, narrowly ahead of Hollandís Maya Kingma in third in 2:07.07 to complete the podium.
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