NEW Zealanders Cameron Brown and Andy Parkin made it a two-man race in the Puma Hong Kong International Triathlon Championships when they swept to an easy one-two finish at Tai Mei Tuk in Tai Po yesterday. The Kiwis showed the way out of the water and were never again challenged, with Brown completing the 1.3-kilometre swim, 36-kilometre bike and eight-kilometre run in one hour, 43 minutes and 42 seconds and Parkin second 2:30 behind. 'I was always cautious about Andy and Julian [Jenkinson] but I was very confident once I took the lead because I felt strong about the bike and run,' said Brown, a 22-year-old from Auckland. Parkin was the first man to finish the swim with Brown hot on his heels. Hong Kong junior Daniel Lee Che-wo and local ace Con O'Kelly clambered out of the water more than two minutes behind the New Zealanders. Brown opened up a handy one-minute lead over Parkin on the bike and Jenkinson had moved into third place when he started the run. Brown broke away to win easily from Parkin and Jenkinson a distant third. Denmark's Susanne Nielsen won in the women's division in 1:57.09.