Tyler Mislawchuk finally won his first career triathlon World Cup race!
Lined up against a stacked field of 67 athletes on one of the most prestigious triathlon races on the World Cup circuit, the determined Canadian exercised his swim, bike and run tactics to perfection, surging to a golden pace of 52:14 in the sprint distance format on one of the toughest courses on the planet.
“It is an absolute dream come true to have won a World Cup race,” said Mislawchuk, whose first career World Cup podium came last year when he won the bronze in Antwerp, Belgium.
“It is the first time a race has played out exactly how I pictured it in my head. I am so happy to have done it today here in Mooloolaba.”