Commonwealth medallist Jonny Brownlee sealed the stage win in the Super League Triathlon series finale in Singapore.
Brownlee followed up his victory in Saturday’s eliminator race with a second place finish in yesterday’s enduro race to top the standings in Singapore as France’s Vincent Luis lifted
"I knew Vincent would be hard to beat and he deserves to be champion," Brownlee told BBC Sport.
"He came into this race with fit legs. I made a couple of mistakes but I am pleased. I was the fittest but maybe not the most clinical.
"I've learned a lot about racing in the heat which will help me mentally, especially in the build-up to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics."
Great Britain win hockey shootout
Great Britain’s women got off the mark in the FIH Pro League after a dramatic shootout win versus China.
Goals from Lizzie Neal and Giselle Ansley set-up a 2-2 draw and GB’s first league point before Anna Toman stepped up to score the decisive shootout penalty and earn an additional bonus point on her 50th international appearance.
After losses to New Zealand and Australia, the result means GB pick up their first points of the new campaign to move them off the foot of the table.
Double World Cup bronze for Cunningham
Gymnast Dom Cunningham secured two bronze medals in consecutive days at the Gymnastics World Cup in Melbourne.
Cunningham picked up his first bronze medal of the weekend in the floor event with a score of 14.500, as just 0.100 points separated the top four.
Then in the vault final, Cunningham doubled up his success as he scored 14.749 to take home his second bronze medal.
"It was my first competition of the year and it was a big one. I came out for floor and vault and the pressure was immense, but I knew what I had to do,” Cunningham told British Gymnastics.
"I qualified for two out of two finals, then I was part of one of the toughest finals I’ve ever been in. The scores were insane, but this is what sport is so I went for it and came out with 3rd place on floor and vault.”