The 2019 World Cup circuit makes its familiar pilgrimage to the Hungarian home of multisports, the town of Tiszaujvaros, this weekend for the tenth stop of the year.
The Elite women were able to complete their final ahead of the Menís washout 12 months ago, with Emma Jeffcoat and Ana Godoy Contreras the only two from last yearís top 5 taking to the line this time around. Jeffcoat forms part of a 9-strong Australian contingent that also includes such podium potential as race number one Natalie Van Coevorden and Tamsyn Moana-Veale both of whom feature in semi-final one.
Italyís Ilaria Zane is one of the more experienced athletes on the start line in semi-final two, racing here for the past three years and finishing in the top ten in 2018. Kaidi Kivioja finished 11th here back in 2015 and represents the ASICS World Triathlon team, as does Bermudaís Erica Hawley, both of whom will need to set up their race with exceptional swims if they are to be in contention at the business end of proceedings.