Britain’s Alex Yee executed 2nd in his first World Triathlon Sequence tournament, in the back of world champion Mario Mola.
Yee, 21, earned his first ITU Triathlon World Cup preserve in Cape Town in February, and is the British 10,000m champion.
He and Mola pulled away early on in the 5km hasten in Abu Dhabi, however the 29-twelve months-inclined Spaniard kicked clear with about 600 metres to toddle.
In the ladies americans’s dawdle, Briton Jess Learmonth used to be third, beating American Taylor Knibb in a dawdle cease.
Katie Zaferes claimed her 2nd World Sequence preserve, 26 seconds sooner than fellow American Taylor Spivey.
Britain ended with four opponents in the tip 10, with Non Stanford fifth, world champion Vicky Holland eighth and Georgia Taylor-Brown ninth.
Yee acknowledged: “It used to be wonderful to attain that – these guys are my idols and I gape up to them.
“I’m fully over the moon. It went the manner I would own wanted.”
Yee, who trains with Alistair and Jonny Brownlee in Leeds, represented Britain on the song on the 2018 European Championships in Berlin, finishing 14th.
In his first World Cup triathlon in Cagliari in June 2017, he crashed into a concrete bollard, puncturing a lung and breaking ribs, vertebrae and a shoulder blade – accidents which saved him out for 9 months.
The races in Abu Dhabi consisted of a 750m swim, a 20km cycle and a 5km hasten.