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2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final: Netherlands wins

Riding Vdl Bubalu during the 2014 FEI Nations Cup, Jur Vrieling claimed team Netherlands’ third consecutive clear, paving the way for Netherlands to win the 2014 Nations Cup, and besting Canada by one fall.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final: Canada 2nd

Eric Lamaze riding Zigali P S, gives Team Canada a clear in run and helps them secure their Silver Medal, to end the season. Just four points behind the winners the Netherlands.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Final: Team USA 9th

Team USA, one of the favorites, failed to make the final rounds, and had to battle Team Australia for the 9th place Challenge Cup in a jump off. There Anchor woman Elizabeth Madden riding Cortes C jumped clear to win.

2014 FEI Nations Cup Jumping Final: Sweden 3rd

Henrik Von Eckermann, riding Cantinero, Sweden’s final rider pulls off a clear round and Team Sweden grabs the Bronze medal for the season over Belgium by just one time penalty point.

2014 Squash US Open: Men’s Final Interview

Mohamed Elshorbagy (EGY) talks about getting the win and becoming the top ranked male player.

2014 Squash US Open: Women’s Final Interview

Champ Nicol David (MAS) talks about winning her 3rd US Open.

2014 Squash US Open: Finals Top Scores

Check out the best scores of the finals as Mohamed Elshorbagy (EGY) and Nicol David (MAS) get the wins.

2014 Squash US Open: Women’s Final: Daivd vs Sharbini

7 time world champ Nicol David (MAS) wins her third straight US Open, beating 18 year old Junior champ, Nour El Sherbini (EGY) 11-5, 12-10, 12-10.

2014 Squash US Open: Men’s Final: Shabana vs Elshorbagy

3rd seed Mohamed Elshorbagy (EGY) gets win over 4th seed Amr Shabana (EGY), who just impolded. Elshorbagy is now first ranked in the world.

2014 US Open Squash Championships: Philadelphia, PA: PSA & WSA Finals

The U.S. Open (squash) is the most prestigious squash tournament in the United States, and one of the most significant in the world. It is a major international display of supreme talent in the sport, and showcases the top players from around the world.

Justin Gatlin Not a Finalist for World Athlete of the Year

Justin Gatlin (REUTERS/Eric Vidal) LONDON, Oct 17 (Reuters) – Controversial United States sprinter Justin Gatlin is out of contention to win the IAAF’s athlete of the year award after failing to make the final three-man shortlist, the sport’s governing body announced on Friday. As widely expected, double-doper Gatlin was among those cut from the final […]

2014 Women’s Volleyball World Champs: Final: Interviews

Head Coach Karch Kiraly talks about finally getting the big win for the American Women. As the team gets their medals.

2014 Women’s Volleyball World Champs: Final: USA wins Gold

Slugging it out with China in the 4th set, Team USA wins their first major title 27-25, 25-20, 16-25, 26-24. After two Bronzes, two Silvers and 4th last year, finally Gold.

2014 FIVB Women’s Indoor World Championships: Milan, Italy: Final: USA vs. China

There were 127 teams that played in the Women’s World Championship qualification process for the 2014 edition. The world’s best 24 teams will compete in the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship Italy 2014, which will take place from September 23 to October 12.

2014 Rugby Sevens World Series: Australia: Cup Final

Fiji crushed England to advance to the Cup Final, then survived a second half blitz by Samoa to win the first Cup of the new season, 31-24.

2014 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championship: Nanning, China: Individual Apparatus Finals Day 2 & Awards

The coverage of the 45th FIG World Gynmastics Championships in Nanning, China, will start on Tuesday, 7 October and conclude on Sunday, 12 October. The competition is the fourth time a World Artistic Gymnastics Championships has been held in Asia.

2014 Women’s Volleyball World Champs: Semi-Final: USA vs Brazil

Team USA stuns last years Silver medalist Brazil 3-0 to advance to the Gold medal game. Brazil, meanwhile heads to the Bronze Medal game.

2014 FIVB Women’s Indoor World Championships: Milan, Italy: Semifinal #2 Italy vs. China

There were 127 teams that played in the Women’s World Championship qualification process for the 2014 edition. The world’s best 24 teams will compete in the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship Italy 2014, which will take place from September 23 to October 12.

2014 FIVB Women’s Indoor World Championships: Milan, Italy: Semifinal #1 Brazil vs. USA

There were 127 teams that played in the Women’s World Championship qualification process for the 2014 edition. The world’s best 24 teams will compete in the FIVB Volleyball Women’s World Championship Italy 2014, which will take place from September 23 to October 12.

2014 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championship: Nanning, China: Individual Apparatus Finals Day 1 & Awards

The coverage of the 45th FIG World Gynmastics Championships in Nanning, China, will start on Tuesday, 7 October and conclude on Sunday, 12 October. The competition is the fourth time a World Artistic Gymnastics Championships has been held in Asia.

2014 Gymnastics World Championship: Mustafina 4th in All-Around

2010 Champ and the current European Champ Aliya Mustafina (RUS) just misses the podium by 0.317 points, taking 4th with 57.915 points.

2014 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championship: Nanning, China: Women’s All Around Final & Awards

The coverage of the 45th FIG World Gynmastics Championships in Nanning, China, will start on Tuesday, 7 October and conclude on Sunday, 12 October. The competition is the fourth time a World Artistic Gymnastics Championships has been held in Asia.

2014 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championship: Nanning, China: Men’s Around Final & Awards

The coverage of the 45th FIG World Gynmastics Championships in Nanning, China, will start on Tuesday, 7 October and conclude on Sunday, 12 October. The competition is the fourth time a World Artistic Gymnastics Championships has been held in Asia.

2014 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championship: Nanning, China: Women’s Team Final & Awards

The coverage of the 45th FIG World Gynmastics Championships in Nanning, China, will start on Tuesday, 7 October and conclude on Sunday, 12 October. The competition is the fourth time a World Artistic Gymnastics Championships has been held in Asia.

2014 FIG Artistic Gymnastics World Championship: Nanning, China: Men’s Team Final & Awards

The coverage of the 45th FIG World Gynmastics Championships in Nanning, China, will start on Tuesday, 7 October and conclude on Sunday, 12 October. The competition is the fourth time a World Artistic Gymnastics Championships has been held in Asia.

2014 FINA Synchro Swimming World Cup: Quebec, Canada: Free Combination, Team Highlight Finals, Award Ceremony & Gala of Champions

The World Cup is a four-day elite-level synchronized swimming competition held every four years with Solo, Duet, Team (divided into Technical and Free Routines) and Free Combination on the program. Each Member Federation may enter no more than one swimmer or team per event, with a maximum of 12 athletes. The Federation with the highest sum of all final results from the various events is the World Cup winner.

2014 FINA Synchro Swimming World Cup: Quebec, Canada: Duet Free & Team Free Finals

The World Cup is a four-day elite-level synchronized swimming competition held every four years with Solo, Duet, Team (divided into Technical and Free Routines) and Free Combination on the program. Each Member Federation may enter no more than one swimmer or team per event, with a maximum of 12 athletes. The Federation with the highest sum of all final results from the various events is the World Cup winner.

2014 FINA Synchro Swimming World Cup: Team Technical Finals: Quebec, Canada

The World Cup is a four-day elite-level synchronized swimming competition held every four years with Solo, Duet, Team (divided into Technical and Free Routines) and Free Combination on the program.

USA Roster for 2014 FINA Short Course World Championships

Ryan Lochte (AP Photo/Daniel Ochoa De Olza) Watch the 2014 FINA Swimming World Championships (25m) on Universal Sports December 3-7 at 8 PM ET. COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – Eighteen Olympians, including individual gold medalists Tyler Clary (Riverside, Calif.), Natalie Coughlin (Vallejo, Calif.), Matt Grevers (Lake Forest, Ill.) and Ryan Lochte (Daytona Beach, Fla.), will lead […]

2014 FINA Synchro Swimming World Cup: Quebec, Canada: Team Technical Finals

The World Cup is a four-day elite-level synchronized swimming competition held every four years with Solo, Duet, Team (divided into Technical and Free Routines) and Free Combination on the program. Each Member Federation may enter no more than one swimmer or team per event, with a maximum of 12 athletes. The Federation with the highest sum of all final results from the various events is the World Cup winner.

FINA Synchronized Swimming World Cup

Click here for a synchronized swimming photo gallery.  A new page of history will be written this week as Université Laval’s PEPS aquatic center hosts the 13th FINA Synchronized Swimming World Cup for the first time on Canadian soil. Of the 250 national team members present, 107 athletes will be in action over four days of competition […]

U.S. Ease Past Lithuania into Basketball World Cup Final

Kenneth Faried (7) of the U.S. dunks over Jonas Valanciunas of Lithuania (REUTERS/Gustau Nacarino) By Tim Hanlon BARCELONA, Sept 11 (Reuters) – The United States breezed into the basketball World Cup final after a commanding performance to defeat Lithuania 96-68 in a one-sided contest on Thursday. The Americans, who took a second-string team to the tournament […]

2014 World Equestrian Games: Madden 3rd in Jumping Final

On the final day of Jumping, riding her competitor’s horses in the Final Four, Beezie Madden (USA) suffered a four point fault on each one. But thanks to a clear run on Cortes C, the only horse to get four clears, she won the Bronze.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Dubbeldam wins Jumping Final

On the final day of Jumping, Jeroen Dubbeldam (NED) is the only rider to score four clears on all four horse, and secure the Gold Medal by one point.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Delaveau 2nd in Jumping Final

On the final day of Jumping, despite clears on the other three horses, Patrice Delaveau (FRA), in the Final Four, suffered a one point time point deduction on Casall Ask, and had to settle for Silver in the end.

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Cherono wins Diamond League

In the Women’s 3000m, Mercy Cherono (KEN) wins the final by .43 seconds, at 8:28.95, and claims the Diamond in the 5000/3000m. Jennifer Simpson (USA) was 4th.

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Barshim wins Diamond League

In Men’s High Jump, with the second tallest jump in history, at 2.43m, Mutaz Essa Barshim (QAT) takes the Diamond away from Bohdan Bondarenko (UKR). Barshim just barely missed clearing the world Record as well.

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Birech wins Diamond League

In the men’s 3000 Steeplechase, Jairus Kipchoge Birech (KEN), who secured the Diamond earlier this season, becomes the 11th man in history to run under eights minutes at 7:58.41. Meanwhile Evan Jager (USA) in 3rd sets a new American record at 8:04.71

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Makhloufi final, Kiplagat Diamond

In the Men’s 1500m, Taoufik Makhloufi (ALG) gets the win at 3:31.78, beating Silas Kiplagat (KEN) by .02 seconds. But Kiplagat scored enough points to wins his second Diamond League (2012, 2014).

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Martinot-Lagarde wins Diamond League

In the Men’s 110m hurdles, Pascal Martinot-Lagarde (FRA) secured the Diamond earlier this season, wins the final as well at 13.08 seconds. His only blemish this season is failing to win the European Championship.

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Richard-Ross final, Williams-Mills Diamond

In the Women’s 400m, Novlene Williams-Mills (JAM) secured the Diamond earlier this season and in the final she took 3rd, .44 seconds behind Sanya Richard-Ross (USA) who won at 49.98.

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Spencer wins Diamond League

In the Women’s 400m hurdles, Kaliese Spencer (JAM) secured the Diamond earlier this season and just proves her dominates winning final as well at 54.12 seconds, by .42. Spencer has now won four of the Five Diamond Leagues.

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Gatlin wins 200m

In the non-Diamond League event, with only an hour between races, Justin Gatlin (USA) wins the 100m and then the 200m at 19.71 seconds. Beating this year’s Diamond League winner Alonso Edwards (PAN) who took 3rd.

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Allyson Felix wins Diamond League

In the Women’s 200m, Allyson Felix (USA) posts the new world leading time at 22.02 seconds, winning the final and claiming her second 200m Diamond League (2010, 2014).

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Martinez final, Sum Diamond

In the Women’s 800m, Eunice Jepkoech Sum (KEN) secured the Diamond earlier this season, and in the final she takes 3rd. As Brenda Martinez (USA) wins her first career Diamond League race at 1:58.84.

2014 Diamond League Final: Brussels: Justin Gatlin Wins 100m

In the final Diamond League race of 2014,  Justin Gatlin (USA) gets the Men’s 100m win by .16 seconds over Michael Rodgers (USA), claiming the Diamond League title for the second year in a row. Only one hour after his 100m victory, Gatlin went on to claim the Men’s 200m win.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Kuchina wins Diamond League

Just when it looked like it was all over for Mariya Kuchina (RUS) in Women’s High Jump, Ana Simic (CRO) fails to clear 2.00 meters, and Kuchina gets the win and the points to become the Diamond League winner.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Harper-Nelson wins Diamond League

Queen Harrison (USA), the Diamond League leader in the Women’s 100m hurdles, tumbles in the final race of the season, and Dawn Harper-Nelson (USA) cruises to victory, scoring enough points to win her third straight Diamond.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Ndiku wins Diamond League

In the Men’s 5000m, Caleb Mwangangi Ndiku (KEN) wins the final by .31 seconds and with the double points claim the Diamond League title by just one point over Yenew Alamirew (ETH) who finished 12th today.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Amos wins Diamond League

In the Men’s 800m, Nijel Amos (BOT) wins the final and scores enough points to win the Diamond League over David Rudisha (KEN) by four points, who finished 3rd today.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Taylor wins Diamond League

In the Men’s Triple Jump, Christian Taylor (USA) turned it on when he needed it, winning last week in Birmingham, and today in the Final at 17.51 meters to scores enough points over the leader Will Claye (USA) to win his third straight Diamond League

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Campbell-Brown wins Diamond League

In the Women’s 100m, Veronica Campbell-Brown (JAM) gets the win, just edging Murielle Ahoure (CIV) at the line. With the Double points she takes the Diamond League title away from Kerron Stewart (JAM) by 3 points who was 5th today.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Edward wins Diamond League

In the Men’s 200m, Alonso Edward (PAN) gets the win at 19.95, .06 seconds over Nickel Ashmeade (JAM) and with that win takes the Diamond from Ashmeade as well by just one point.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Bartoletta wins Diamond League

In Women’s long jump, although Ivana Spanovic (SRB) won the final event and tied Tianna Bartoletta (USA) in points, Bartoletta won more events during the season and is awarded the diamond.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Reese Hoffa wins Diamond League

In Men’s Shot Put, with the third biggest throw of the year Reese Hoffa nails 21.88 to get the win on the day and on the season by ten points over David Storl. Reese also won in 2012.

 
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