Conditions were wet, slippy and cold for the WTS final in Rotterdam, the first time the Dutch city had featured on the WTS calendar.
Still obviously off-form and far from feeling his best, a struggling Brownlee couldn’t maintain the pace and the fight for the podium became a battle between Louis and Blummenfelt for first and second, and Mola and Gomez for third and fourth. Luis would prove the stronger and took to the front with a hundred yards to go, while Mola out sprinted fellow teammate Gomez to take the podium’s final spot, and the world title. He becomes the second man after Gomez to win back-to-back titles.
No better time to get his first win of the season, @vincentluistri IS BACK! #RotterdamGF Champion! pic.twitter.com/nk1ZU1Sfu3
— TriathlonLIVE (@triathlonlive) September 16, 2017
Brownlee finished in fifth place and took sixth place in the series, while a 10th place finish for Tom Bishop saw him finish the series in 7th place.
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