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Live Reporting

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  1. What happened last time?

    Great Britain's Georgia Taylor-Brown finished second in Montreal with compatriot Jessica Learmonth third.

    American Katie Zaferes claimed victory as she finished in a time of 58 minutes 15 seconds and extended her lead at the top of the overall standings.

    Taylor-Brown finished 11 seconds behind the winner with Learmonth 34 seconds behind Zaferes.

    Women's standings in the World Triathlon series 2019

    Belgian Jelle Geens claimed a surprise victory in Montreal as he finished in a time of 53 minutes 49 seconds.

    Three-time champion Mario Mola finished a second behind while current leader Fernando Alarza finished 16 seconds behind in sixth.

    Men's standings in the World Triathlon series 2019
  2. How can I watch the Hamburg leg of the World Triathlon Series 2019?

    Coverage details are subject to change.

    After last weekend's trip to Montreal, the triathletes head to Hamburg for the next round of the World Triathlon series.

    Athletes will compete in the elite women's and men's race on Saturday before taking part in the mixed relay on Sunday.

    Full coverage details:

    Saturday, 6 July

    12:40-14:15 - Elite women's race, Connected TV and online (replayed 22:30-00:05, BBC Red Button)

    15:10-16:45 - Elite men's race, Connected TV and online (replayed 00:05-01:40, BBC Red Button)

    Sunday, 7 July

    05:00-06:35 - Elite women's race (replay), BBC Red Button

    06:35-08:10 - Elite men's race (replay), BBC Red Button

    08:10-10:10 - Mixed relay, BBC Red Button and online

    12:00-13:30 - Highlights, BBC Two (repeated 18:35, 21:25 & 00:20, BBC Red Button)

  3. Get Inspired: How to get into triathlon

    Get Inspired

    #GetInspired

    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.

    Find out more about how to get involved in Triathlon with Get Inspired's handy guide here.

    Video content

    Video caption: Triathlon: Annie Emmerson gives advice on swimming tools