Canadians Kyle Jones and Lauren Campbell win ITU World Cup Event in Edmonton, Canada.
It is the first time the country has taken both golds at an event since 2001.
Canadians dominated the podiums in both the men's and the women's events at the ITU World Cup in Edmonton, Canada.
In the women's competition, Flora Duffy of Bermuda was first out of the pool and on her bike.
She finished just ahead in the cycling race to start the final run in the lead.
But then Canadians Lauren Campbell and Sarah-Anne Brault took over at the front.
Campbell eventually crossing the line first, ahead of Brault and Duffy to take gold.
After 10 years as a triathlete, it was her first career World Cup title.
In the men's race, Canada's Andrew McCartney set the early pace, emerging first from the water.
In the cycling, Great Britain's Tim Don was first to finish.
But the final run was to prove decisive.
Canada's Kyle Jones overtaking him.
And he would stay out in front until the end.
Jones, who will represent his country in London for the Olympic Games, winning gold for Canada.
He finished ahead of Alexander Hinton, also of Canada, and the USA's Jarrod Shoemaker.
Don pushed back into fourth.
In a race that doubled as the Canadian Championships, both Campbell and Jones were crowned national champions as well.
It's the first time two Canadians have won both titles at a ITU World Cup event since 2001.
Wins for Kyle Jones and Lauren Campbell at Triathlon WC eventWednesday, July 11 2012