Alistair Brownlee criticises Javier Gomez over trip

Britain's Alistair Brownlee says it was "bad form" for rival Javier Gomez to cut across his path and cause him to trip in the World Series race that the Yorkshireman went on to win.

The 2012 Olympic champion says you have to "race within the boundaries of being safe", but does not think it was in "bad faith".

Returning from injury, Brownlee describes himself as "not that fit" and says he "probably wouldn't have won" if brother Jonny had raced.