Britain's Brownlee keeps Madrid triathlon in family

Britain's Jonathan Brownlee won his second straight world series triathlon Sunday to keep the Madrid title in the family.

Brownlee, the winner in San Diego two weeks ago, made his break at the start of the run and won by 38 seconds. Alexander Bryukhankov was second, followed by countrymen Dmitry Polyanskiy and Ivan Vasiliev.

Brownlee's older brother, Alistair, won in Madrid in 2009, 2010 and 2011.

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