Fourth World Cup for Docherty

NZ Olympic silver medallist Bevan Docherty has won his fourth International Triathlon Union (ITU) World Cup at Edmonton, Canada. Docherty’s win is the culmination of seven straight top-eight finishes and boosts him to second place on the World Cup rankings halfway through the ITU series. “I don’t have the sort of young drive anymore, the young sort of hunger,” said Docherty, 30, in the Taipei Times. “Now I just sort of race with the brain a bit more and I think I race a lot smarter. And on a day like this, it certainly paid off.” NZ athletes enjoyed great success in the men’s event at Edmonton, with four competitors finishing in the top ten. Kris Gemmel finished fourth while Terrenzo Bozzone and Shane Reed came sixth and ninth respectively.


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Bayern Munich and Nuremberg Share Sarpreet Singh

Bayern Munich and Nuremberg Share Sarpreet Singh

It has been just over a year since Sarpreet Singh, 21, officially joined the Bundesliga giants, Bayern Munich, at number 10. The former Wellington Phoenix player is not only the first…