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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.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Tinsley wins Diamond League

In the Men’s 400m hurdles, Cornel Fredericks (RSA) surprises the field with a win, holding off Michael Tinsley (USA) who managed enough points to win the Diamond over two-time winner Javier Culson (PUR) by four points.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Merritt wins Diamond League

Lashawn Merritt (USA) wins his second straight Diamond League title in the Men’s 400m, and although he didn’t need too, he won the final as well in 43.36 seconds. Gil Roberts (USA) was 2nd.

2014 Diamond League Final: Zurich: Simpson wins Diamond League

Americans Jenny Simpson and Shannon Rowbury crash together at the line in the Women’s 1500m and Simpson gets the win by .01 at 3:59.92. With the win Simpson claims enough points to become the 2014 Diamond League winner as well.

2014 Youth Olympics: Men’s Basketball Gold Final

In Men’s 3-on-3 Basketball Final, in a great overtime finish, Lithuania defeats France for Gold 18-16 with a game ending two-pointer (as first two points in overtime wins).

2014 Youth Olympics: Women’s Basketball Gold Final

In Women’s 3-on-3 Basketball Final, After a slow start, Team USA eventually buries the Netherlands 19-10 for the Gold. It was the first of their 13 games that didn’t end with them scoring 21 points (which would end a game early).

2014 Youth Olympics: USA vs Canada Quarter-Final

The McNamara sister defeat Zana Muno and Scarlet Caputo (USA) in Women’s Beach Volleyball Quarter-Finals, 2-1.

2014 Youth Olympics: Rugby Finals

In Women’s Australia takes Gold, Canada Silver, China Bronze, USA 4th. In Men’s France takes Gold, beating the undefeated Argentinians who settle for Silver. And Fiji shutout Kenya for Bronze.

2014 FIVB Volleyball Grand Prix: Finals: Brazil vs Turkey

On the first day of finals, top seed and defending champs Brazil loses it’s first match of the season to 11th seed Turkey 25-18, 25-23, 21-25, 19-25, 15-12. Four games remain.

2014 FIVB Volleyball Grand Prix: Finals: Brazil vs Turkey: Top Scores

Check out the best scores of the match including some great rallies, big blocks and a foot save as Turkey upsets Brazil 3-2.

2014 Youth Olympics: Women’s Rugby Semi-Finals

In the Women’s Rugby Sevens, Team USA suffered defeat at the hands of Australia, and China’s winning streak can to an end in a rematch with Canada. Australia and Canada will now play for the Gold.

2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup: FINAL: Interviews

English Captain Katey Mclean talks about winning the World Cup and Canadian Captain Kelly Russell talks about the loss and playing in the World Cup.

2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup: FINAL: Winning Tries

As Canada matched England Penalty kick for Penalty Kick, it was England’s two tries, by Danielle Waterman and Emily Scarratt, that won the game and the Cup.

2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup: FINAL: England vs Canada

In their fourth straight final, England finally gets the win and the World Cup, their second Cup title (1994). Keeping Canada try-less, 21-9. It was 13-13 when they met in pool play.

2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup: Semi-Final: FRA vs CAN Scores

It was a tale of four tries in the end, as Canada took advantage of breaks in French defense and France’s maul overpowered the Canadians. The major difference though was the two point conversion kicks, Canada got one and France missed both.

2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup: Semi-Final: France vs Canada

France allowed no tries in pool play, but Canada hit them twice and then the French kicker, just couldn’t convert as Canada heads to the Final, against England, winning 18-16.

2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup: Finals PREVIEW

Bill Seward and Brian Hightower look ahead to the 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup final matchup between Canada and England.

2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup: Semi Finals: England vs. Ireland Injuries

Two injuries occur form each team within seconds of each other in the Semi Final match in France.

2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup: Semi Finals: England Interview

England’s Captain, Katy McLean talks about winning the Semi Finals match against Ireland and heading to the Finals.

2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup: Semi Finals: England vs. Ireland

England destroys Ireland with 7 tries, and proceeding to the finals. They have not won the World Cup title in 20 years and hope to bring it back Home with them; 40-7.

2014 IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup: Paris, France: Semifinals: Canada vs. France

Of the four semi-finalists only England know what it is like to win a semi-final – having lost the last three World Cup title deciders to New Zealand – while their opponents Ireland are in unchartered territory. France and Canada have both been here before, but never victorious.

2014 IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup: Paris, France: Semifinals: England vs. Ireland

Of the four semi-finalists only England know what it is like to win a semi-final – having lost the last three World Cup title deciders to New Zealand – while their opponents Ireland are in unchartered territory. France and Canada have both been here before, but never victorious.

USA Rugby Misses Out on Semifinals at Women’s Rugby World Cup

Click here for the schedule of IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup matches on Universal Sports. PARIS, France – Two tries by the Women’s Eagles may have been the difference in Saturday’s match at IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup 2014 that saw New Zealand win, 34-3. Two tries were taken away from the Eagles – tries […]

2014 BMX World Championships: Women’s Final: Mariana Pajon Wins

Olympic Gold Medalist, Mariana Pajon (COL), takes gold in the Women’s BMX event. She’s received 6 gold medals in World Championship events since 2008.

2014 BMX World Championships: Women’s Final: Pajon Interview

Mariana Pajon (COL) talks about winning Gold in the Women’s Final of the BMX World Championships in Rotterdam.

2014 BMX World Championships: Men’s Final: Sam Willoughby Wins

Sam Willoughbby was able to take 1st place in Rotterdam for Austrailia. Something that hasn’t been done for exactly 10 years.

2014 BMX World Championships: Men’s Final: Willoughby Interview

Sam Willoughby (AUS) talks about winning Gold in the Men’s Final of the BMX World Championships in Rotterdam.

2014 World Fencing Championships: Kazan, Russia: Male And Female Epee: Semifinals & Finals

One of the major sporting events of the year 2014 – World Fencing Championships – will be hosted in Kazan on July 15th through 23rd. Over 800 fencers from 100 countries and 170 teams are expected to come to the capital of Tatarstan.

2014 World Fencing Championships: Kazan, Russia: Male And Female Foil: Semifinals & Finals

One of the major sporting events of the year 2014 – World Fencing Championships – will be hosted in Kazan on July 15th through 23rd. Over 800 fencers from 100 countries and 170 teams are expected to come to the capital of Tatarstan.

2014 UCI BMX World Championships: Rotterdam, Netherlands: Elite Finals

The world’s top names in BMX will compete for the coveted rainbow jersey at the Ahoy Arena in Rotterdam.

2014 World Fencing Championships: Kazan, Russia: Male And Female Sabre: Semifinals & Finals

One of the major sporting events of the year 2014 – World Fencing Championships – will be hosted in Kazan on July 15th through 23rd. Over 800 fencers from 100 countries and 170 teams are expected to come to the capital of Tatarstan.

2014 World Fencing Championships: Kazan, Russia: Male And Female Epee: Semifinals & Finals

One of the major sporting events of the year 2014 – World Fencing Championships – will be hosted in Kazan on July 15th through 23rd. Over 800 fencers from 100 countries and 170 teams are expected to come to the capital of Tatarstan.

 
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