Britain’s Alex Yee (22) won the Leeds title on Sunday, ahead of American Morgan Pearson and Belgium’s Martin Van Riel. Leo Berger, the French first, was ranked sixth. In the absence of Vincent Lewis, Careful with muscle painAnd three-time world champion Mario Mola on Sunday opened Leeds’ second WTS team of the season. And at home, as double Olympic champion Alistair Brunoli treaded in the swamp of Olympic coordination at the WTS World Championships, it was his young compatriot Alex Yee (22) who shone. Read also Vincent Lewis in the Olympic orbit The former rider already won (at 1h43’27”), after a very good part on foot (his strength obviously), against former AUC striker Morgan Pearson (at 25 inches) and Belgium’s Marten Van Riel (36”), Training Partners Luis in Girona (Spain). This trio outpaced Spain’s Allarza, New Zealand’s Wild and Norway’s Blumenfelt, winner of the first WTS Championship of the season in Yokohama. On the blue side, Léo Bergère comes right behind him (6th at 1’09), confirming his place as the second blade in Team France. Qualified as a sponsor of the Olympic GamesDorian Konincks, for his part, ranked 13th (at 1’50). In the women’s category, the victory went to Dutchman Maya Kingma (1h54’26’) ahead of the Britons, once again in the ring, Jessica Learmonth (11 inches) and Sophie Caldwell (20 inches), while Cassandra Beaugrand confirmed her good start to the season by entering the top 10 for the time. second in a row (8th at 03’04), just ahead of Australian Beth Potter, The author of the supersonic 5 kilometers in the spring.
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