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2014 US Wrestling Championship: Women Interviews

Alyssa Lampe and Helen Maroulis talks about winning their 2nd and 5th US titles respectively.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Kennedy wins

In the Men’s 61kg, Jimmy Kennedy gets the better of the Olympic bronze medalist, Coleman Scott to become the National Champion, 7-2.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Perkins wins

In the Men’s 66kg Greco-Roman, half way through the second period RaVayghn Perkins pins Ellis Coleman to win his first National Title.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Lester wins

In Men’s 71kg Greco-Roman, Justin Lester throws his way to victory over Patrick Smith, 12-3.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Dlagnev wins

In the Men’s 125kg, Trevel Dlagnev gets revenge on Dom Bradley, who beat him last year for the title. This year Dlagnev puts Bradley down, 10-0 in 57 seconds for the title.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Maroulis wins

In the Women’s 55kg, Helen Maroulis beats Sarah Hildebrandt 10-0 to win her 5th National Championship.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Lampe wins

In the Women’s 48kg, Alyssa Lampe beats Victoria Anthony 10-0 to win her 2nd National Championship.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Burroughs interview

Jordan Burroughs talks about his close win over David Taylor to win another US Title.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Burroughs wins

In the Men’s 74kg, David Taylor had the lead all match until the final 17 seconds when Jordan Burroughs took the lead and the win 7-6.

2014 Asics Open Wrestling Championships: Las Vegas, NV: Final

USA Wrestling has created a Grand Event in the city that never sleeps.   The 2014 Asics Opens Wrestling Championships has something for everyone. This event is billed as “All Ages, All Styles”. Younger athletes will have a chance to watch their heroes compete in the U.S. Senior Open. The U.S. Senior Open offers athletes who compete in Men’s Freestyle, Women’s Freestyle and Greco-Roman. These are future World and Olympic Team Athletes. 

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Kennedy wins Semi-Final

In the Men’s 61kg, Jimmy Kennedy gets the win in two minutes over Matt McDonough, 10-0.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Pirozhkova wins Semi-Final

In the Women’s 63kg, 2012 World Champ Elena Pirozhkova gets the win in less than three minutes over Shai Mason, 10-0.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Anthony wins Semi-Final

In the Women’s 48kg, 2008 World Champ, Clarissa Chun had a one point lead with just seconds to go, but then Victoria Anthony pulled off the move of the match to win 6-3.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Dlagnev wins Semi-Final

In the Men’s 125kg, Trevel Dlagnev gets the win, dominating Matt Meuleners in both periods to win 10-0.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Varner wins Semi-Final

In the Men’s 97kg, Olympic Champ Jake Varner makes quick work of Deron Winn, winning 11-0 in 128 seconds.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Foster wins Semi-Final

In the Men’s 86kg, Edward Ruth and Clayton Foster take it to the limit with a 12-12 score, but the massive four point throw by Foster in the first round breakes the tie.

2014 US Wrestling Championship: Burroughs wins Semi-Final

In the Men’s 71kg, Quinton Godley tried to make it go the distances, but two time World Champ Jordan Burroughs proved to be too much winning 10-0.

2014 Asics Open Wrestling Championships: Las Vegas, NV: Semifinal

USA Wrestling has created a Grand Event in the city that never sleeps.   The 2014 Asics Opens Wrestling Championships has something for everyone. This event is billed as “All Ages, All Styles”. Younger athletes will have a chance to watch their heroes compete in the U.S. Senior Open. The U.S. Senior Open offers athletes who compete in Men’s Freestyle, Women’s Freestyle and Greco-Roman. These are future World and Olympic Team Athletes.

2014 U.S. Open Wrestling National Championships on Universal Sports

  The semifinals of the Asics U.S. Open Wrestling National Championships will air LIVE on Universal Sports on Friday, April 18 at 10 PM ET, followed by the finals on Saturday, April 19 at 10 PM ET LIVE. Van Stokes will call the action, along with Jake Herbert, Nick Garone and Jason Bryant. Below is […]

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Nergard’s double

Torger Nergard (NOR) had the best throw of the night, hitting a double and helping Norway win the Championship title.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Gold Match

43 year old Thomas Ulsrud finally leads Team Norway to a World Championship win, beating Sweden in 8 ends, 8-3.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Gold interview

Thomas Ulsrud (NOR) talks about winning his first World Champion and possibliy retiring.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Gold Medal

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Bronze throws

Check out the best stone throws of the match, nice doubles and a big triple. As Switzerland beats Canada 7-5.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Bronze Match

After 12 straight champions medal, Canada settles for an off the podium finish as Switzerland gets the win and the Bronze ay 7-5.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Bronze Interview

Skip Peter De Cruz talks about winning Switzerland’s first Curling Medal in ten years.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Bronze Medal

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Semi-Final throws

Check out the best throws from the semi-final match between Sweden and Canada, as Sweden gets the win 10-8.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Semi-Final

In the Semi-Final Sweden, with big scoring ends, gets the win 10-8 and moves on to the Gold Medal Match against Norway, while Canada heads to the Bronze against Switzerland

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Semi-Final interview

Swedish Skip, Oskar Eriksson talks about getting the win and heading to his first senior World Championship Gold Medal Match.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Semi-final

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Canada vs Scotland

Canada wins their final match in Pool play, 7-5 over Scotland. Canada moves onto the finals ranked 2nd and Scotland finishes ranked 9th.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Good throws

As Canada takes on Scotland in Pool Play, Scotland Skip Ewan MacDonald hits a nice double, but then third Pat Simmons (CAN) hits a great triple. Canada would go on to win 7-5.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Scotland vs. Canada

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: USA vs China

In Pool Play, winning 8-4, China increases their chances to get into the play-offs, improving to 5-4. Meanwhile Team USA is all but knocked out with a record of 2-6.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Fenson shot

In Pool Play, with too many misses and losing 8-4 to China, it was overall a pretty bad match for US skip Pete Fenson, but he did manage the best double of the match which set up a stolen point for team USA.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: China vs. USA

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: Polo’s throw

In the Pool Play, Joe Polo had the best throw of the match clearing two stones from a distance. Unfortunately Team USA would go on to lose the match 7-4 to Canada.

2014 WCF World Men’s Curling Championship: USA vs Canada

In the Pool Play, Canada improves to 5-1 (ranked 2nd) and Team USA is now 2-5 (ranked 11th), as Canada gets the win 7-4.

2014 World Men’s Curling Championships: Beijing, China: Canada vs. USA

The 2014 World Men’s Curling Championship will be held from March 29 to April 6 at the Capital Indoor Stadium in Beijing, China.

2014 Half Marathon World Championship: Kamworor wins

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2014 Half Marathon World Championship: Cherono wins

Gladys Cherono leads a Kenyan sweep of the podium, in the Women’s race, winning in 1:07:28.

2014 Figure Skating World Championship: Asada interview

Mao Asada (JPN) talks about winning her third championship title.

2014 Figure Skating World Championship: Asada wins

After another disappointing Olympics, Mao Asada becomes the first Japanese woman to win three World Championship titles, beating Julia Lipnitskaia (RUS) by 9.19 points.

2014 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships: Copenhagen, Denmark

This will be the 20th edition of the championships (including the two editions that were renamed the ‘IAAF World Road Running Championships’) and Denmark is the 16th country to host the World Half Marathon Championships. The event is being held in Scandinavia for just the second time ever, 20 years after Oslo hosted it. It’s also just the second time in the history of the championships that it is being held in spring. Brussels in 2002 was the only other World Half Marathon Championships that was held at this time of year.

2014 Figure Skating World Championship: Cappellini and Lanotte interview

Anna Cappellini and Luca Lanotte (ITA) talk about winning their first World Championship title and skating in Japan.

2014 Figure Skating World Championship: Cappellini and Lanotte win

Current European champs Anna Cappellini and Luca Lanotte (ITA) win their first World Championship title, by just .02 points over Weaver and Poje (CAN). Neither Davis and White (USA) or Virtue and Moir (CAN) competed.

IAAF World Half Marathon Championships

Zersenay Tadese (ERI) will race for an unprecedented sixth individual title at the 2014 IAAF World Half Marathon Championships. Click HERE to watch the race online Saturday, March 29, at 7:30 AM ET LIVE, or tune in to see the race on television on March 29 at 7 PM ET on Universal Sports. In the women’s competition, […]

2014 Figure Skating World Championship: Hanyu wins

After taking 3rd in 2012, newly crowned Olympic Champion, Yuzuru Hanyu (JPN) becomes a World Champ as well, edging out his fellow country man, Tatsuki Machida, by .33 points.

2014 Figure Skating World Championship: Cappellini and Lanotte leads

Current European champs Anna Cappellini and Luca Lanotte (ITA) hope to win their first World Championships, as neither Davis and White (USA) or Virtue and Moir (CAN) are competing.

2014 Figure Skating World Championship: Asada leads

After another disappointing Olympics, Mao Asada hopes to be the first Japanese woman to earn three World Championship titles, currently she leads by 1.42 after the short program.

2014 Figure Skating World Championship: Bad fall

As their Free Skate came to an end, Morgan Cipres accidentally drops his partner Vanessa James (FRA). After the pain, she did manage to laugh about it.

2014 Figure Skating World Championship: Savchenko and Szolkowy win

For the 5th time Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy (GER) become World Champions (2008, 2009, 2011, 2012, 2014). Defending Champs and newly crowned Olympic Champs Volosozhar and Trankov (RUS) did not compete.

2014 Figure Skating World Championship: Savchenko and Szolkowy interview

Five time Pairs Champions Aliona Savchenko and Robin Szolkowy (GER) talk about winning and skating in Japan.

2014 Figure Skating World Championship: Machida leads

Tatsuki Machida (JPN) hopes to win his first World Title, leading by 2.19 points after the short program. Newly crowned Olympic Champ Yuzuru Hanyu (JPN), with a fall holds 3rd.

 
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