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Universal Sports Reviews: UCI Road Cycling Worlds: Women’s Elite Time Trials

Universal Sports recaps the Women’s Elite Time Trials at the UCI Road Cycling World Championships in Florence, Italy.

Universal Sports Previews: UCI Championships: Time Trials

Universal Sports’ Todd Gogulski and USA Cycling’s VP of Athletics, Jim Miller, discuss what to expect during the Time Trials of the 2013 UCI Road Cycling Worlds.

2013 USA World Team Trials Jesse Thielke interview

Jesse Thielke talks about his hard fought win over Ryan Mango in the Men’s Greco Roman 60km.

2013 USA World Team Trials Thielke defeats Mango in close match

Going into their 3rd match things were all tied up with one win a piece, but it was Jesse Thielke who took the final match over Ryan Mango after scoring a late move that earned him 4 points.

2013 USA World Team Trials Anthony loses to Lampe

After defeating Victoria Anthony in the first match with a score of 10-8, Alyssa Lampe pinned Anthony in the 2nd match to for the victory. A win here earned Lampe a spot at the World championships.

2013 USA World Team Trials Humphrey wins controversial match

After winning the first match 6-3 over Jimmy Kennedy, The two battled int he second match where a controversial call awarded Reece Humphrey 4 points and the win.

2013 USA World Team Trials Jordan Holm defeats Peter Hicks

Jordan Holm beat Peter Hicks with scores of 5-0 and 7-0. Holm earned 3 points in the second round after a huge throw and is and his way to his first World Championships.

2013 USA World Team Trials Gray beats Roberts

Adeline Gray defeated Brittney Roberts with 2 perfect match scores of 9-0 and 8-08. Gray is the reigning world champion.

2013 USA World Team Trials: Bergman beats Pendleton

In the men’s Freestyle 94kg, it was JD Bergman that got the win and earned a spot to his 2nd World Championships after defeating Chris Pendleton. Bergman won the first set 9-2, then got a quick pin in the 2nd round in just 19 seconds.

2013 USA World Team Trials Burroughs gets 56th consecutive win

After a hard fought battle against Kyle Dake, Jordan Burroughs walked away with his 56th consecutive win. With the match all even at the end of regulation, Burroughs was able to score 3 points for the victory.

2013 USA Swimming National Championships: World Trials: Kevin Cordes wins 200m breaststroke

19 year old Kevin Cordes was on a world record setting pace as went into the final turn of the 200m, but began to lose precious seconds. Although Cordes didn’t break a world record, he finished with the world’s fastest time this year, 2:08.34

2013 USA Swimming National Championships: World Trials: Christine Magnuson wins 50m butterfly

Two time Olympic silver medalist, Christine Magnuson, finished with a time of 26.08 over Kendyl Stewart. Magnuson will be making her second World Championship appearance.

2013 USA Swimming National Championships: World Trials: Franklin wins 200m backstroke

Missy Franklin has been a winning machine at this years nationals, picking up wins in the 100m freestyle, 200m freestyle, and now the 200m backstroke. Franklin’s 200m backstroke time of 2:05.68 is the fastest time ever recorded in US waters.

2013 USA Swimming National Championships: World Trials: Eugene Godsoe wins 50m butterfly

Eugene Godsoe won with a winning time of 23.29 over 2nd place Matt Grevers. Godsoe’s time was the 9th fastest time this year, earning him a spot on his first world championship team.

2013 USA Swimming National Championships: World Trials: Franklin wins 200m freestyle

After winning the 100m freestyle yesterday, Missy Franklin dominated the field in the 200m Freestyle finishing with a time of 1:55.56. Franklin, who just graduate high school, is headed to her second World Championships.

2013 USA Swimming National Championships: World Trials: Ryan Lochte wins 200m backstroke

Ryan Lochte did it again, finishing the 200m backstroke with a winning time of 1:55.16 over Tyler Clary. Lochte raced just one hour after winning the 200m freestyle earlier in the day.

2013 USA Swimming National Championships: World Trials: Ryan Lochte wins 200m freestyle

Racing in a field of 6 Olympians, it was Ryan Lochte who walked away with the victory, finishing with a time of 1:45.97.

2013 USA Swimming National Championships: World Trials: Cammile Adams wins 200m Butterfly

Olympian Cammile Adams finished with a winning time of 2:08.10, the 7th fastest time in the world this year. An emotional Maya Dirado took second in the event and will be joining Adams at the World Championships.

2013 USA Swimming National Championships: World Trials: Tom Luchsinger wins 200m Butterfly

Tom Luchsinger finished with a winning time of 1:55.57, knocking a second and a half off of his personal best time. A win here earned Luchsinger his first trip to the World Championships in Barcelona.

2013 USA Swimming National Championships: World Trials: Schmitt gets 2nd in 100m Freestyle

Racing in heat B was 3 time olympic gold medalist Allison Schmitt, who finished with a time of 54.98. Lia Neal would get the win with a time of 54.68.

2013 USA Swimming National Championships: World Trials: Missy Franklin wins 100m Freestyle

Missy Franklin set a new championship record finishing with a winning time of 53.43. Franklin was behind at the 50m mark but was able to pull away in the last 10 meters. Missy Franklin will be joined by the second place finisher Shannon Vreeland at World Championships this summer.

Universal Sports Update: Swim Trials return to Omaha

For the third time the USA Olympic team swimming trials will take place in Omaha, where the team is preparing for the 2016 Games.

2012 Burghley Horse Trials: Cross-Country Crashes

Here are the unfortunate competitors who didn’t quite make it over the barriers in a painful cross country phase; luckily all walked away.

2012 Burghley Horse Trials: Fox-Pitt takes 3rd

Defending champ, William Fox-Pitt (GBR) riding Parklane Hawk holds onto third place, but scores enough points to win the overall classic title by one point.

2012 Burghley Horse Trials: Halpin slips to 2nd

With first place in sight, one final fault drops Sinead Halpin (USA) and Manoir De Carneville to second place by 2.30 points.

2012 Burghley Horse Trials: Nicholson wins

Andrew Nicholoson (NZL) pulls out the win riding Avebury with some clean jumping, winning by 2.30 points.

Tracking The Trials: July 11, 2012

It was a 12-day mini-Olympics, a stretch ending July 1 that delighted us with the overlapping U.S. trials for track and field, swimming and gymnastics. Out of these 12 days of Christmas-in-summer came the rosters for perhaps the three most high-profile sports at the Games. We were served heaping helpings of high-end performance, along with […]

Tracking The Trials: July 11, 2012

It was a 12-day mini-Olympics, a stretch ending July 1 that delighted us with the overlapping U.S. trials for track and field, swimming and gymnastics. Out of these 12 days of Christmas-in-summer came the rosters for perhaps the three most high-profile sports at the Games.

Road To London: Allyson Felix’s Trials & Tribulations

She was the story of the U.S. Track & Field Trials, her Trials being full of debate and dominance. We take a look at Allyson Felix’s Road To London.

FINA Women’s Water Polo: USA beats HUN at Water Polo Olympic Trials

After a tight 1st half, the USA put together an explosive 2nd half to beat Hungary 9-4. The USA has won 4 straight in the past 8 days, during the FINA Women’s Water Polo Olympic Exhibition.

Tracking The Trials: July 6, 2012

One of the most anticipated events leading up to the Olympic Games is the U.S. Team Trials for Swimming. Starting June 25th in Omaha, this final event determined which athletes represent the U.S. in London.

Countdown To London: Back From The U.S. Swimming Trials

Back from the U.S. Swimming Trials in Omaha, and the big star from the women’s swimming team was seventeen-year-old Missy Franklin. She qualified in four individual events, including her signature race, the 200m backstroke.

Road To London: U.S. Swimming Trials

It’s swim fast or go home – because the U.S. Swimming Trials are underway. Over 12,000 people came to the Century Link Center in Omaha, Nebraska to catch a glimpse of the biggest names in swimming history.

2012 USA Olympic Track and Field Trials: Jeneba Tarmoh concedes to Allyson Felix

Lewis Johnson talks to Tarmoh about not participating in a runoff with Allyson Felix for the third spot on the Women’s 100m team.

U.S. Swimming Trials Update

Olympian Michael Phelps has taken himself out of the mix in the 200m Freestyle and Missy Franklin will be participating in seven events in London.

2012 USA Olympic Swimming Trials: Hardy wins and Torres misses

In the women’s 50m Freestyle, after five Olympic appearances, Dara Torres, at age 45, fails to make the team with a time of 24.82 seconds. Headed to London is Jessica Hardy, finishing in 24.50 seconds and Kara Lynn Joyce, .23 seconds behind.

U.S. trials ‘weird’ for retired Johnson

USA Gymnastics Olympian Shawn Johnson (left), USA Gymnastics president Steve Penny (center), and P&G vice president of North American operations & marketing Jodi Allen (right) address the media in a press conference announcement during the 2012 USA Gymnastics Olympic Team Trials at HP Pavilion. (Kyle Terada-US PRESSWIRE) By Mark Lamport-Stokes SAN JOSE, California, July 2 […]

2012 USA Olympic Gymnastics Trials: Nastia Liukin misses selection

The defending all-around champ, Liukin, will not be heading to London. As her scores on Balance Beam and Uneven Bars did not impress the committee.

2012 USA Olympic Gymnastics Trials: Alexandra Raisman heads to London

Raisman finishes 3rd in the trials, posting the highest scores on Beam and Floor, punches her ticket to London.

2012 USA Olympic Gymnastics Trials: Gabrielle Douglas wins Trials

Winning by .100 points over the World and National Champ Jordyn Wieber, Gabrielle leads the American Women to London.

2012 USA Olympic Gymnastics Trials: Kyla Ross heads to London

Along she was alittle off at the Trials, finishing 5th in the All-Around, Ross impressed the committe enough to land one of the five spots on the Team.

2012 USA Olympic Gymnastics Trials: Jordyn Wieber finishes 2nd

The current World and National Champ, Wieber finishes .100 points behind Gabrielle Douglas, as both head to London.

2012 USA Olympic Swimming Trials: Cullen Jones wins 50m Free

In a surpriser finish, the favorite Nathan Adrian finishes off the team in 3rd, as Cullen Jones gets the win at 21.59. Another surprise is that Anthony Ervin, after 12 years, the 2000 Olympic champ, returns to the games.

2012 USA Olympic Swimming Trials: Michael Phelps wins 100m Butterfly

Phelps scores another individual event at 51.14 seconds, as Ryan Lochte comes up short. Lochte finished 3rd, .33 seconds behind Tyler McGill who gets the seconds spot.

2012 USA Olympic Swimming Trials: Kathleen Ledecky win 800m Free

Ledecky heads to her first Olympic games, along with Kate Ziegler, 2.09 seconds behind, who will be heading to her second.

2012 USA Olympic Swimming Trials: Missy Franklin wins 200m Back

Franklin, the American record holder, qualifies for her 4th event, winning by 1.46 seconds over Elizabeth Beisel, who heads for London as well.

2012 USA Olympic Gymnastics Trials: McKayla Maroney makes the Team

Carried by her big vaults, Maroney gets the approval from the committee to join the Team in London. She finished 7th in the All-Around.

2012 USA Olympic Gymnastics Trials: Alicia Sacramone misses selection

With her eyes set on another Olympics, in Vault and Balance Beam, Sacramone fails to wow the committee and has to stay home.

2012 USA Olympic Track and Field Trials: Lashinda Demus wins 400m Hurdles

The current World Champ, Demus heads for the Olympics, posting a time of 53.98 seconds. Georganne Moline and T’Erea Brown will be joing her, as Tiffany Williams fails to get back on the Team, finishing 4th.

2012 USA Olympic Track and Field Trials: Michael Tinsley wins 400m Hurdles

Tinsley gets the surprise win at 48.33 seconds, and heads to London with defending Olympic champ Angelo Taylor, and Kerron Clement. Bershawn Jackson finished off the team in 4th.

2012 USA Olympic Track and Field Trials: Leonel Manzano wins 1500m

Manzano heads to his second Olympics, winning by .09 seconds, over Matthew Centrowitz who, along with Andrew Wheating will be joining him in London.

2012 USA Olympic Track and Field Trials: Brittney Reese wins Long Jump

The two time World Champ Reese is now headed to her first Olympics, jumping 7.15 meters. Joining her will be Chelsea Hayes in 2nd and Janay DeLoach in 3rd.

2012 USA Olympic Track and Field Trials: Wallace Spearmon wins 200m

Spearmon get another shot at the Olympics, after being disqualified winning Bronze in Beijing. Joining him will be Maurice Mitchell and Isiah Young.

2012 USA Olympic Track and Field Trials: Morgan Uceny wins 400m

Uceny heads to her first Olympic games with a 4:04.59 win. Joining her will be the now two time Olympians Shannon Rowbury and the reining World Champ Jenny Simpson.

2012 USA Olympic Track and Field Trials: Aries Merritt wins 110m hurdles

The 60m Indoor Champ gets the win at 12.93 seconds, in 2nd is current world champ Jason Richards, .05 behind. Jeffrey Porter was 3rd and David Oliver in 5th, fails to make the Team.

 
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