Head Coach Karch Kiraly talks about finally getting the big win for the American Women. As the team gets their medals.
Stage winner Tyler Farrar (GARMIN) talks about getting the stage win and General Classification leader Philippe Gilbert (BMC) talks about holding on to the lead for the next two stages.
Coach Ben Ryan and Captain Osea Kolinisau talk about getting the first Cup win of the season.
New Coach Mike Friday, Captain Madison Hughes and new man Perry Baker talk about winning the Bowl and their hopes for the season.
Team Ukraine, Mexico and Canada talk about competiting in Highlight Routine (aka Acrobatic Team) and the World Cup in general.
Talita Antunes (BRA) talks about winning gold for Brazil in the Women’s event; Reinder Nummerdor (NED)talks about winning gold for the Netherlands in the Men’s event.
Dennis Kimetto (KEN) talks about breaking the world record at the Berlin race. Shalane Flanagan (USA) talks about getting 3rd placed in the women’s race, and falling short of beating the American record.
Dylan Van Baarle (GRS), Alex Dowsett (MOV), and Sir Bradley Wiggins (SKY) talk about their performances in the Tour of Britain.
Julien Vermote (OPQ) and Dylan Van Baarle (GRS) talk about their Stage 7 victories in the Tour of Britain.
Matthias Brandle (IAM) and Alex Dowsett (MOV) talk about their Stage 6 victories in the Tour of Britain.
Matthias Brandle (IAM) and Michal Kwiatkowski (OPQ) talk about their Stage 5 victories in the Tour of Britain.
Daryl Impey, Ryan Anderson, and Tom Domulan talk about their performance in the Tour of Alberta.
Marcel Kittel (GIA) and Mark Mcnally (SKT) talk about their victories in the 1st stage of the Tour of Britain.
Manon Carpenter, Rachel Atherton, and Tahnee Seagrave of Great Britain talk about taking 1, 2, and 3, respectively, in the Women’s Elite Cross Country Downhill event.
Leigh Howard (AUS), Matteo Dal-Cin (CAN), and Ryan Anderson (CAN) talk about their current ranks in the Tour of Alberta.
Jonas Ahlstrand (GIANT) talks about executing the stage win and Tom Dumoulin (GIANT) talks about hanging on to the General Classification lead.
Javier Gomez (ESP), Mario Mola (ESP, and Alistair Bornless (GBR) talk about their performance in the triathlon series.
Sylvain Chavanel (FRA) and Andrea Fedi (ITA) talk about get 1st and 2nd place in the Grand Prix, respectively.
Gwen Jorgensen (USA) and Andrea Hewitt (GBR) talk about getting 1st and 2nd at the Edmonton Triathlon, respectively.
John Degenkolb (GIANT) talks about getting his second stage win and the trouble with Nacer Bouhanni (FDJ). And Michael Matthews (ORICA) talks about holding on to the General Classification for one more day as he’ll probably lose it tomorrow.
John Degenkolb (GIANT) talks about getting the stage win and racing in Spain, and Michael Matthews (ORICA) talks about the day and holding on to the General Classification lead.
Jonathan Brownlee (GBR) talks about getting his first win of the season, and his brother Alistair talks about taking second and competing together.
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.
Emmeline Ragot (FRA) and Josh Bryceland (GBR) talk about winning the downhill in Windham, and their hopes to winning the World Cup with just one race left.
Jenny Rissveds (SWE) and Catriel Andres Soto (ARG) talk about getting their Cross-country Eliminator wins and Kathrin Stirnemann (SUI) talks about securing the 2014 Women’s Cross-country Eliminator World Cup.
Cammile Adams, Tom Shields, Missy Franklin, Nathan Adrian, Katie Ledecky and Connor Jaeger talk about winning their events at the Swimming National Championships.
After the first match, USA Team Captain Kate Delay talks about the loss and Ireland Team Captain Fiona Coghlan talks about the win 23-17. Both teams talk about facing favorites New Zealand next.
Katrin Holtwick and Ilka Semmler (GER) talk about win gold, while Kristyna Kolocova and Marketa Slukova (CZE) talk about winning bronze at the FIVB Grand Slam.
Javier Gomez Noya (ESP) and Joao Pereira (POR) talk about getting 1st and 2nd, respectively, in the Men’s Triathlon in Chicago.
Philip Gabathuler and Mirco Gerson (SUI) talk about surviving to claim Bronze and Sean Rosenthal and Phil Dalhausser (USA) talk about getting their first win of the season and picking up the Stavanger Swords.
Gwen Jorgensen (USA) and Helen Jenkins (GBR) talk about getting 1st and 2nd, respectively, in the Triathlon in Chicago.
Domininka Nestarcova and Natalia Dubovcova talk about winning Bronze, Slovakia’s first ever World Tour medal. Next Kerri Walsh and April Ross talk about winning their third Gold this season.
In the Men’s Greco-Roman Wrestling, Spenser Mango and Robby Smith talk about their wins, as they now head to the world Championships in August.
Listen to Missy Franklin, Caitlin Leverenz, and Conor Dwyer talk about winning their races from the last day of the Arena Grand Prix in Santa Clara, CA.
Listen to Elizabeth Beisel (USA) after winning both her races and Missy Franklin (USA) after winning the 200m Freestyle.
South African captain, Handre Pollard, talks about the loss, while English captain Maro Itoje talks about the win and celebrates with his team.
Ed Ruth, Jordan Burroughs, Brent Metclaf and Adeline Gray all talk about their wins and getting ready for the World Championships.
Elliot Holtham (CAN) and Melissa Hauschildt (AUS) talk about their wins.
Alyssa Lampe and Helen Maroulis talks about winning their 2nd and 5th US titles respectively.
Alison Powers of UnitedHealthcare Pro Cycling, recent winner of the USA Cycling Pro Road Race & Time Trial Nationals, sits down with Universal Sports own Todd Gogulski for an in-depth interview.
Katinka Hosszu, Allison Schmitt, Josh Schneider, and Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace talk about their wins during the evening event in Charlotte on May 17, 2014.
Katinka Hosszu (HUN), Conor Dwyer (USA) and Jessica Hardy (USA) talk about their wins.
New Zealand captain DJ Forbes and coach Gordon Tietjens talk about defeating Australia and winnign their 12th World Series. Meanwhile, Australian coach Michael O’Connor talks about the defeat.
New Zealand Captain DJ Forbes and Coach Gordon Tietjens talk about their lop-sided win over Canada in the Cup Final.
Though critics have called him “too tall”, American marathon runner Jason Hartmann finished in 4th place at the 2012 and 2013 Boston Marathon.
Oxford men Karl Hudspith, Malcolm Howard, and Constantine Louloudis talk about their big win, while Luke Juckett and Steve Dudek about their disappointment.
New Zealand Captian DJ Forbes and Coach Gordon Tietjens talk about the teams big Cup win this weekend.
Canadian Skip Rachel Homan talks about the hard loss and Swiss Skip Binia Feltscher talks about the surprise win.
Fiji’s captain Osea Kolinisau and coach Ben Ryan talk about their big win in the Cup Final.
Marcel Hirscher (AUT) talks about winning the Slalom title and the Overall, as fellow countrywoman Anna Fenninger talks about winning the Giant Slalom title and the Overall.
Ted Ligety (USA) talks about this 6th Giant Slalom win in Kranjska Gora, Slovenia.
Some of the top winners of the day, like Katinka Hosszu, David Verraszto, Arianna Vanderpool-Wallace, Bruno Fratus, Chloe Sutton, Micah Lawrence talk about their wins with Rowdy Gaines.
Some of the top winners of the day, like Katinka Hosszu, Yannick Lebherz, Alia Atkinson, and David Verraszto talk about their wins with Rowdy Gaines.
Speedters Carlin Isles and coach Matt Hawkins talks about winning another Shield and Isles future with the team.
Jamie Greubel and brakewoman Lauryn Williams talk about their first World Cup win and Steven Holcomb takes about taking 2nd in the Four-Man Race.
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