Croatia will return to Budapest, the city where they won the men's world water polo title last July, as they seek another major crown at the International Swimming Federation (FINA) Men's World League Super Final that starts in the Hungarian capital tomorrow.
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Britain’s Olympic bronze medallist Vicky Holland won the women's race at the World Triathlon Series leg in Leeds before countryman Jonny Brownlee pulled out of the men's race won by South Africa’s Richard Murray in 1 hour 45min 35sec.
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