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Colombian Women’s Nude Cycling Kit “Unacceptable,” UCI Says

Ma che divisa xe questa ? E un poco de rispetto par le donne no ? @Col_Coldeportes @BiciGoga @colombiacycling pic.twitter.com/MPcXdpLdYN — MorenoBreda (@Morenik_) September 13, 2014 Sept 15 (Reuters) – Flesh-coloured kit that makes a Colombian women’s cycling team look naked below the waist has been described as unacceptable by the sport’s governing body. Photographs […]

2014 Continental Cup: Hassan wins Women’s 1500m

Sifan Hassan (NED) gets the win for Team Europe at 4:05.99, beating Shannon Rowbury (USA) by 1.22 seconds.

2014 Continental Cup: Birech wins Men’s Steeplechase

In the Men’s 3,000m Steeplechase, Jairus Birech (KEN) gets the win for Team Africa at 8:13.18, while Evan Jager (USA) claims 2nd, .95 seconds behind.

2014 Continental Cup: Coburn wins Women’s Steeplechase

In the Women’s 3,000m Steeplechase, Emma Coburn (USA) gets the win for Team Americas as 9:50.67, as Hiwot Ayalew (ETH) stumbles on the last barrier, by .92 seconds.

2014 Continental Cup: Ndiku wins Men’s 3000m

Caleb Mwangangi Ndiku (KEN) gets the win for Team Africa at 7:552.64, over Hayle Ibrahimov (AZE) for Team Europe and Bernard Lagat (USA) claims 3rd, 1.31 seconds back.

2014 Continental Cup: Amos wins Men’s 800m

Nijel Amos (BOT) gets the win over Mohammed Aman (ETH) by .46 seconds, at 1:44.88. But both score some big points for Team Africa

2014 Continental Cup: Americas wins Women’s 4x400m

Team Americas featuring Christine Day, Francena McCorory, Steph McPherson and Novlene Williams-Mills, gets the win at 3:20.93. Beating Europe by 3.19 seconds, but Team Europe has a stranglehold on the Cup in points.

2014 Continental Cup: Kuchina wins Women’s High Jump

In Women’s High Jump, Maria Kuchina (RUS) gets the win for Team Europe, as the only one to clear 1.99 meters. Chaunte Lowe (USA), finishes a rough season, with a season best as only 1.97 meters in 2nd.

2014 Continental Cup: Africa wins Men’s 4x400m

In the final event of the weekend, Team Africa featuring Tumuti, Makwala, Kombe, and Van Niekerk gets a big win at 3:00.02. In the final tally, Team Europe wins the Cup by 57.5 points over Team Americas for the second straight year.

2014 Continental Cup: Storl wins Men’s Shot Put

David Storl (GER) gets the win for Team Europe, hitting 21.55 meters, taking the early lead away from O’Dayne Richards (JAM) who took 2nd at 21.10m.

2014 Continental Cup: Bondarenko wins Men’s High Jump

Bondan Bondarenko (UKR) was the only one to clear 2.37 meters, winning 8 points for team Europe. Mutaz Barshim (QAT) could only claim 3rd for Team Asia-Pacific.

2014 Continental Cup: Koech wins Men’s 5,000m

Isiah Koech (KEN) gets the first win for Team Africa at 13:26.86. Beating Zane Robertson (NZL), for Team Asia-Pacific, by 2.41 seconds.

2014 Continental Cup: Sum wins Women’s 800m

Eunice Sum (KEN) gets the win for Team Africa at 1:58.21, beating Ajee Wilson (USA), the Americas, by 1.86 seconds.

2014 Continental Cup: McCorory wins Women’s 400m

Francena McCorory (USA) gets the win at 49.94, beating Novlene Williams-Mills (JAM) by .14 seconds. But both are on Team Americas, moving the Americas up to second in the standing.

2014 Continental Cup: Merritt wins Men’s 400m

LaShawn Merritt (USA) gets the win for team Americas at 44.60. Running down Isaac Makwala (BOT) by .24 seconds.

2014 Continental Cup: Campbell-Brown wins Women’s 100m

Veronica Campbell-Brown (JAM) gets the win for team Americas at 11.08, as Michelle-Lee Ahye (TRI), just barely, at 11.25 picks up 2nd for the Americas as well.

2014 Continental Cup: Dibaba wins Women’s 3000m

Genzebe Dibaba (ETH) get the win for team Africa at 8:57.53. Beating Meraf Bahta (SWE) by .95.

2014 Continental Cup: Dasaolu wins Men’s 100m

James Dasaolu (GBR) gets the win, at 10.02, for team Europe, just holding off the charging Michael Rodgers (USA) by .01 seconds.

2014 Continental Cup: Team Americas win Women’s 4x100m

In a team featuring Veronica Campbell-Brown (JAM) and Michelle-Lee Ahya (USA) with Tianna Baroletta (USA) and Samantha Henry-Robinson (JAM), Team Americas gets the win at 42.44, beating Team Europe by .54 seconds.

2014 Continental Cup: Team Americas win Men’s 4x100m

Team Americas featuring Kim Collins (SKN), Michael Rodgers (USA), Nesta Carter (JAM), and Richard Thompson (TRI) get the win at 37.97 seconds, beating the Team Europe by .65 seconds. As the first day ends, Europe leads the Americas by 31.5 points.

2014 Mountain Bike World Championship: Men’s Downhill: Crashes

On the rough and tumble championship course, check out the riders who didn’t fair so well. Luckily everyone was ok.

2014 Mountain Bike World Championship: Men’s Downhill: Bryceland 2nd

After winning the World Cup, Josh Byrceland (GBR) comes in .407 seconds too slow to claim the championship, unfortunately he came down too hard on the last jump and probably broke his ankle to as well

2014 Mountain Bike World Championship: Men’s Downhill: Atherton wins

Gee Atherton (GBR) claims his second championship title (2008, 2014) holding off this years World Cup winner Josh Byrceland (GBR) by .407 seconds.

2014 Mountain Bike World Championship: Men’s Downhill: Mulally 4th

Neko Mulally (USA) broke his chain within seconds of starting his downhill run, but inspite or because of it, he finished just 1.644 seconds off the podium.

2014 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Hafjell-Lillehammer, Norway: Women’s & Men’s Elite DHI

The Hafjell Bike Park is the ultimate mountain biking and trials playground and one of the leading facilties of its kind in Europe. The park offers 14 trails, covering 25 km in total, with a level of difficulty ranging from green to black spread over an elevation of 790 meters. It is one of the most progressive bike parks in Europe and keeps expanding at a high pace to maintain it’s position is one of the top tracks on the continent.

2014 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Hafjell-Lillehammer, Norway: Women’s & Men’s Elite XCO

The Hafjell Bike Park is the ultimate mountain biking and trials playground and one of the leading facilties of its kind in Europe. The park offers 14 trails, covering 25 km in total, with a level of difficulty ranging from green to black spread over an elevation of 790 meters. It is one of the most progressive bike parks in Europe and keeps expanding at a high pace to maintain it’s position is one of the top tracks on the continent.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Eccles wins Women’s Vaulting

On day two of Women’s Vaulting, Joanne Eccles (GBR), riding WH Bentley, posts the highest score at 9.119, winning the Gold.

2014 World Equestrian Games: Ferrari wins Men’s Vaulting

On day two of Men’s Vaulting, Jacques Ferrari (FRA), riding Poivre Vert, posts the highest score at 9.166, winning Gold over his fellow countryman, Nicolas aAndreani (FRA).

Poland’s Wlodarczyk sets women’s hammer world record

(Reuters) – Poland’s European hammer champion Anita Wlodarczyk set a world record of 79.58 metres at the ISTAF meeting in Berlin’s Olympic stadium on Sunday. The London 2012 Olympics silver medallist improved the world record by 16 centimetres from the 79.42 set by Germany’s Betty Heidler in 2011. Heidler finished second on Sunday. “A standing […]

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 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Stare Jablonki: Men’s Gold

New duo Pedro Solberg Salgado and Alvaro Filho (BRA) score gold in one of their first outings, defeating the most improved team of the year Aleksandrs Samoilovs and Janis Smedins (LAT) 15-21, 21-17, 15-12

2014 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Stare Jablonki: Men’s Top Scores

Check out the best scores of the medal matches, featuring some solid blocks and some hard fought rallies, as Brazil took Gold 2-1 and USA took Bronze 2-0.

2014 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Stare Jablonki: Men’s Bronze

Jacob Gibb and Casey Patterson (USA) becomes the fourth different duo from the USA to win medals on the Tour this season, defeating Clemens Doppler and Alexander Horst (AUT) 23-21, 21-18.

2014 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Grand Slam: Stare Jablonki, Poland: Men’s Bronze & Gold

The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour is in Poland this week – on the site of last year’s massive US$1,000,000 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships – for the very popular double-gender US$800,000 FIVB Stare Jablonki Grand Slam, which will take place on the spacious and picturesque grounds of the pristine Hotel Anders.

2014 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Stare Jablonki: Women’s Top Scores

Check out the best scores of the medal matches, with some great rallies, quick shots and nice saves as Larissa Franca and Talita Da Rocha take Gold and Katrin Holtwick and Ilka Semmler (GER) take Bronze.

2014 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Stare Jablonki: Women’s Gold

Larissa Franca and Talita Da Rocha (BRA) defeat Laura Ludwig with new partner Julia Sude (GER) 21-14, 19-21, 16-14. It’s their second straight Gold medal this season.

2014 Beach Volleyball World Tour: Stare Jablonki: Women’s Bronze

Katrin Holtwick and Ilka Semmler (GER) claim Bronze over Taiana Lima and Fernanda Alves (BRA), 21-17, 21-16. It’s their four medal this season and their first Bronze, in a great year for them.

2014 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour Grand Slam: Stare Jablonki, Poland: Women’s Bronze & Gold

The FIVB Beach Volleyball World Tour is in Poland this week – on the site of last year’s massive US$1,000,000 FIVB Beach Volleyball World Championships – for the very popular double-gender US$800,000 FIVB Stare Jablonki Grand Slam, which will take place on the spacious and picturesque grounds of the pristine Hotel Anders.

2014 Youth Olympics: Women’s Gold Shoot Out

In Women’s Basketball Shoot-Out, Lucia Togores Carpintero (ESP) nails a big three pointer to give her the Gold with seven points. Meanwhile Katie Lou Samuelson (USA) took Bronze with a score of 4.

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 Youth Olympics: Women’s Triathlon: Brittany Dutton wins

Women’s Sprint Triathlon, Brittany Dutton (AUS) claims gold by 37 seconds over Stephanie Jenks (USA) who took Silver.

2014 Youth Olympics: Women’s Beach Volleyball: USA vs BRA

In Pool Play Muno and Caputo (USA) come up short against Duda and Patty (BRA), with the final score of 18-21, 11-21

2014 Youth Olympics: Day 1: Women’s USA Rugby

After the first day of Pool Play, Team USA has tied with Spain and lost to Canada, giving them a record of 0-1-1, and a tough road to advance.

2014 Youth Olympics: Day 1: Men’s USA Rugby

In the first day of pool play, Team USA goes 0-2, losing to Kenya and Fiji, their chances of advancing has gotten very slim.

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 Rugby Women’s World Cup: 5th Place Match: NZL vs. USA Top Tries

Watch the top tries from the New Zealond domination against the USA women’s rugby team.

2014 Rugby Women’s World Cup: 5th Place Match: USA vs New Zealand

With a quiet start, New Zealand finds their groove and beats USA 55-5 and finishing the World Cup in 5th place overall.

2014 Rugby Women’s World Cup: 5th Place Match: NZL vs. USA Tackles

Watch the hardest tackles from the USA vs. New Zealand World Cup match from Paris, France.

2014 Rugby Women’s World Cup: 5th Place Match: New Zealand Performs Haka

The New Zealand women’s rugby team perform their Haka for the USA after the national anthems were played.

2014 Rugby Women’s World Cup: Paris: New Zealand Interview

The Team Captain of New Zealand Women’s Rugby, Fiao’o Fa’amausili talks about beating the US and getting 5th in the 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup.

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

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2014 runs from August 1 – 17 in Paris. The pool stages will be played at Marcoussis with Stade Jean Bouin hosting the semi-finals and final. New Zealand are in France to defend their title, which they claimed after a thrilling final against England in 2010.

2014 IRB Women’s Rugby World Cup: Paris, France: USA vs. New Zealand

Women’s Rugby World Cup 2014 runs from August 1 – 17 in Paris. The pool stages will be played at Marcoussis with Stade Jean Bouin hosting the semi-finals and final. New Zealand are in France to defend their title, which they claimed after a thrilling final against England in 2010.

 
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