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Summary

  1. Defending champion Flora Duffy of Bermuda retains her women's world title
  2. Spain's Mario Mola finishes in third and reclaims the men's world title
  3. Jonny Brownlee ends the series in sixth place overall

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

Elite women's race

Bermuda's Flora Duffy can confirm her dominance

World number one Flora Duffy has won five races already this year and will confirm the title if she finishes in the top seven in Rotterdam.

Britain Jess Learmonth secured her first podium finish of the season with second place in Stockholm last time out and she will hope to end the season strongly. Ashleigh Gentle of Australia appears comfortable in second but Andrea Hewitt of New Zealand's third place will be challenged by America's Katie Zaferes.

Race begins at 14:45 BST.

Flora Duffy and Jess Learmonth
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Jess Learmonth (left) will hope to be close to Flora Duffy once again

Elite men's race

Brownlee heads the British challenge

Britain's Jonathan Brownlee lies in sixth in the World Series ranking going into today's Grand Final in Rotterdam. The two-time Olympic medallist won last time in Stockholm and is still in mathematical contention of finishing on the podium, though it’s unlikely.

Reigning world champion Mario Mola needs to finish fifth or higher to reclaim his title with fellow Spaniard Javier Gomez Noya also looking secure in second place.

The battle for third promises to be tight with South Africa's Richard Murray, Fernando Alarza and Kristian Blummenfelt separated by just 26 points.

Race begins at 12:00 BST.

Jonathan Brownlee
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Can Jonathan Brownlee sign off the season with a race victory?