- France's Vincent Luis wins men's enduro; GB's Jonny Brownlee second
- Second-place finish sees Brownlee win stage following eliminator win
- Luis takes overall Super League Triathlon victory, Henri Schoeman (SA) second, Brownlee third
- Cassandre Beaugrand (Fra) wins women's enduro after photo finish with Katie Zaferes (USA)
- Enduro victory also sees Beaugrand win the round, Zaferes second and Rachel Klamer (Ned) third
- Zaferes (US) crowned women's champion in overall series, Klamer second, Beaugrand third
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- Copyright: BBC Sport
- Copyright: BBC Sport
Great Britain's Jonny Brownlee wins the men's eliminator race at the Super League triathlon event in Singapore.
The Super League Eliminator features three rounds of swim-bike-run, with 10 racers eliminated in the first round and five more in the second to leave a top 10 racing for the title in a final round.
Jonny Brownlee has made the trip to Singapore as the sole male Great Britain representative. The 28-year-old started the weekend fourth in the overall Super League Triathlon standings and will be hoping for further success in the enduro to complete a successful weekend in Asia and claim an overall podium place.
The top five in the overall male standings are all be competing and will be hoping to end the season on a high before the Elite Series Triathlon starts in March.
Jodie Stimpson - who is currently fifth in the overall standings - is missing this weekend's event. Second and third place Kirsten Kasper and Rachel Klamer are also sitting out.
American Katie Zaferes, who started the weekend with a massive 27-point lead, is expected to tie up the 2018/19 Super League Triathlon crown this weekend - especially after winning yesterday's eliminator.
Lucy Hall is competing as the sole GB athlete.
Temperatures in the mid-thirties are forecasted in Singapore across the weekend and Jonny Brownlee has been doing some warm weather training at home in Leeds in preparation for the conditions.
Brownlee said: "I'm not very good in the heat, as people have seen before.
"At home I've got a conservatory, which I have converted into a heat chamber. I've put a heater in there - I can get it to 30 to 35 degrees. Hopefully by the time I get to Singapore, I'll be ready for the heat."
Relieve the iconic moment when Jonny's brother Alistair helped him over the line in a dramatic end to the Triathlon World Series in Mexico back in 2016.
The enduro is considered the most brutal format of all.
Requiring endurance and tactics, the enduro is a non-stop burst of swim-bike-run-swim-bike-run-swim-bike-run without any break.
The added element of speed is tied into the race demands of the enduro, with the two slowest athletes at the end of each discipline being eliminated immediately.
The winner is the first athlete across the finish line upon completion of the entire race sequence.
300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 1.6KM Run – 300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 1.6KM Run – 300M Swim – 5KM Bike – 1.6KM RunCopyright: Super League Triathlon
Sunday 24 February
06:55-08:40, Women's enduro, BBC Red Button
08:55-10:45, Men's enduro, BBC Red Button
Like running, swimming or cycling? Fancy doing all three, one after the other? If you answered yes to the previous two questions then triathlon is the sport for you!
The Olympic distances are a 1.5km swim, followed by a 40km cycle, rounded off with a 10km run. But don't feel daunted, it really is for everybody, as 63-year-old Grandma Sue Faulkner proved in 2015!
The sport has a range of distances and formats to cut your teeth on, and as long as your daily exercise includes all three disciplines, you can call yourself a triathlete with pride.