Newcastle world champion paratriathlete Lauren Parker has continued her winning run towards next year's Tokyo Paralympics with victory in Spain on Sunday.
The 30-year-old triumphed at the ITU Paratriathlon World Cup event in Banyoles having crossed the line clear of her nearest rivals in one hour, 44 minutes and 11 seconds.
This result will count towards Parker's ITU Paralympic qualification ranking points.
Parker has 1424.07 points overall, but picked up 700 for her maiden world title in Lusanne to all-but assure a Games debut in 2020.
She also earned 435.3 points from finishing fourth at the World Paratriathlon Series race in Montreal in June and 288.77 points from a third at the ITU Paratriathlon World Cup event in Tokyo on August 17.
Next up Parker is preparing to contest her first half-ironman distance as a paratriathlete at the Middle East 70.3 Championships in Bahrain in December.