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Andrew Delong rolls along during the 88th ISDE in Sardinia. PHOTOGRAPHY BY SHAN MOORE

Australia, however, will have a tough time maintaining its current position after losing one of its top riders, Matt Phillips, with a blown motor. The team cannot afford anymore misfortune now that is has no more throw-away scores left and the teams Gleann Kearney has been struggling a bit with his special-test times. So for now, the future is looking bright for the Stars and Stripes. US Trophy riders Taylor Robert and Charlie Mullins both had top-10 finishes today. Robert is also currently fifth overall in the individual results and fourth in class (E2). Mike Brown continues to ride well. He is currently holding down fifth in the competitive E3 division, which is being led by the overall top rider, Antoine Meo of France. France also leads the Junior World division by nearly two minutes over Italy and almost five minutes over Great Britain. Team USA is fourth but over four minutes behind the Brits. Spains Cristobal Guerrero leads the way in the E1 division, while Australias Daniel Milner remains in front of the E2 division. Milner is chasing Meo for overall honors, while Johnny Aubert is currently third, followed by Pela Renet (France) and Taylor Robert. A team from the US is holding second place in the Club division. Team Wellard, made up of motocrosser Ryan Sipes, Jimmy Jarrett and Nick Fahringer, is nearly six minutes back of the leaders but is well clear of the third-place team.

USA Triathlon prepares for return to Milwaukee

USA Triathlon’s Age Group National Championships is returning to Milwaukee in August 2014.

1 they look forward to another event in Milwaukee. aMilwaukee proved to be an excellent host in 2013 and the support from the city, as well as key organizations and individuals, helped make the event memorable for nationas top amateur triathletes,a said Rob Urbach , USA Triathlonas CEO. An Olympic-distance race scheduled for Aug. 9, 2014 consists of a 1,500-meter swim, 40-kilometer bike race and 10-kilometer run. A sprint race on Aug. 10, 2014 is comprised of a 750-meter swim, 20-kilometer bike race and 5-kilometer run. Both races will include the nationas top age-group fields and qualify members for Team USA, a select group of amateur triathletes who will represent the U.S. at the 2015 International Triathlon Union World Championships in Chicago. Athletes who have qualified for Olympic-Distance Nationals between July 10 and Sept. 15 will receive an email during the week of Sept. 30 with registration instructions. Additional qualifying emails will be sent as athletes qualify through Aug. 2, 2014. Athletes who have qualified for the distance nationals can visit usatriathlon.org for qualification information for 2014 Olympic-Distance Nationals. There are no qualifying standards for Sprint Nationals.