Jorgensen races to her 10th straight ITU World Triathlon win

LONDON (AP) Gwen Jorgensen raced to her 10th straight ITU World Triathlon Series victory Sunday, leading a U.S. sweep for the second time this season.

Gwen Jorgensen, the defending series champion from St. Paul, Minnesota, finished the 750-meter swim, 20-kilometer bike, 5-kilometer run in 55 minutes, 45 seconds.

Jorgensen has won every WTS race she has started since May 2014 and has 13 career victories. She leads the season standings with 4,000 points.

''It still seems weird,'' Jorgensen said about the streak. ''It seems weird when people say that. Really, all I can do is focus on what I can control every race, and I can't control if someone beats me one day. I just try to go out there and execute on the swim, bike, and run.

Katie Zaferes of Hampstead, Maryland, was second in 56:06. She's second in the season standings.

Sarah True of Hanover, New Hampshire, was third in 56:07.

Britain's Alistair Brownlee won the men's race in 50:39.

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