The New Zealand triathletes Andrea Hewitt and Nicky Samuels won silver and bronze in the latest round of the World Triathlon Series in Stockholm, propelling both athletes into the world's top 10.
The race was won by America's Sarah Groff.
It was Hewitt's first World Series podium in three years and Samuels' first ever podium in a World Series event.
Hewitt, from Christchurch, has risen to number five in the world while Wanaka's Samuels is 9th leading into next week's Grand Final in Edmonton.
In the men's race Wanaka's Tony Dodds was a solid 14th behind the winner Jonathan Brownlee of England and his brother Alistair Brownlee.