World Triathlon Series 2017: Schedule, BBC coverage times, standings & results
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Stockholm, Sweden - 26-27 August
Jonny Brownlee moved up to seventh in the World Series rankings, just two points ahead of fellow Briton Thomas Bishop, following a fourth-placed finish in Montreal which keeps his outside hopes of an overall medal position alive going into the final two events of the series.
Fellow Brits Adam Bowden and Gordon Benson will also compete in Stockholm.
Jessica Learmonth will hope to improve on her 17th-place finish in Hamburg as she races alongside compatriots Sophie Caldwell, Jodie Stimpson, India Lee and Georgia Taylor-Brown.
Non Stanford, who won the world title in 2013, will miss the event because of her ongoing Achilles injury.
Stockholm is the last event before the Grand Final in Rotterdam from 14-17 September.
Saturday 26 August
Women's elite race
10:50-13:30 - BBC Red Button and online
Men's elite race
13:50-16:15 - BBC Red Button and online
Sunday 27 August
Men's elite race
10:35-13:00 - BBC Red Button (repeat)
13:45-15:30 - BBC Two and online
Monday 28 August
16:00-17:45 - BBC Red Button and online (repeat)
All times are BST. The BBC is not responsible for any changes to start times. Also, coverage on BBC Red Button can be subject to late schedule changes, so details may differ from this page.
|2017 ITU World Triathlon Series - men's standings|
|1. Mario Mola||Spain||3,664|
|2. Javier Gomez Noya||Spain||3,361|
|3. Richard Murray||South Africa||3,197|
|4. Fernando Alarza||Spain||3,172|
|5. Kristian Blummenfelt||Norway||2,860|
|7. Jonny Brownlee||Great Britain||2,006|
|8. Thomas Bishop||Great Britain||2,004|
|2017 ITU World Triathlon Series - women's standings|
|1. Flora Duffy||Bermuda||3,940|
|2. Ashleigh Gentle||Australia||3,286|
|3. Katie Zafares||United States||3,192|
|4. Andrea Hewitt||New Zealand||2,971|
|5. Kirsten Kasper||United States||2,834|
|21. Jessica Learmonth||Great Britain||1,236|
Grand Final, Rotterdam, Netherlands
Times and GB athletes TBC
Highlights: Great Britain finish fourth in mixed relay
Leeds, Great Britain
Gold Coast, Australia
Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Women's report: Stimpson pipped to second in thrilling finish
Men's report: GB's Bishop finishes second to Gomez