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2013 FIVB Volleyball Club World Championships: Men’s Bronze & Gold Finals

Betim, in the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil, hosts eight of the world’s best clubs from October 15 to 20, 2013.

2013 FIVB Volleyball Club World Championships: Men’s Semifinal #1 & 2

Betim, in the state of Minas Gerais in Brazil, hosts eight of the world’s best clubs from October 15 to 20, 2013.

2013 FIVB Volleyball Club World Championships: Women’s Bronze & Gold Finals

International top-swimmers meet up in Moscow to compete for valuable World Cup points and increased prize money. Which athletes can capitalize on their performance to be in top position in the race for the treasured World Cup titles?

2013 FIVB Volleyball Club World Championships: Women’s Semifinal #1 & 2

International top-swimmers meet up in Moscow to compete for valuable World Cup points and increased prize money. Which athletes can capitalize on their performance to be in top position in the race for the treasured World Cup titles?

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Individual Apparatus Final: Day 2

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Individual Apparatus Final: Day 2 (mobile)

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 Equestrian European Championships: William Fox-Pitt 3rd in Eventing

William Fox-Pitt and horse Chili Morning came into the day sitting in 2nd place but after a costly mistake in his final run the pair dropped to 3rd place. Fox-Pitt finished with a score 40.60, just .80 points out of 2nd place.

2013 Equestrian European Championships: Ingrid Klimke 2nd Eventing

After starting the day in 4th, Germany’s Ingrid Klimke and horse FRH Escada JS finished 2nd with a score of 39.40. Klimke also took home a team gold medal in the event as her teammate Michael Jung lead the way with individual gold in the event.

2013 Equestrian European Championships: Michael Jung wins Eventing

Defending champ Michael Jung made history by winning his fourth straight major individual titles. Jung road Halunke FBW and finished with a total score of 32.60, earning himself and his team gold medals.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Individual Apparatus Final: Day 1

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Individual Apparatus Final: Day 1 (mobile)

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Women’s All Around Final + Awards

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Men’s All Around Final + Awards

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach. Team USA brings a competitive squad of Olympians and other accomplished veterans to Belgium including the reigning U.S. all-around women’s and men’s champions Simone Biles of Spring, Texas and Sam Mikulak of Newport Coast, Calif. Also leading the U.S. Women’s Team are 2012 Olympic team gold-medalists McKayla Maroney, Kyla Ross and 2013 all-around bronze-medalist Brenna Dowell.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Women’s All Around Final + Awards (mobile)

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach.

2013 FIG Artisitic Gymnastics World Championships: Men’s All Around Final + Awards (mobile)

The 2013 World Championships is an individual championship, which means there is no team competition and each gymnast will be coached by his or her personal coach.

2013 European Dressage Championships: Team Grand Prix: Great Britain gets 3rd

Charlotte Dujardin and her horse Valegro finished with a score of 85.942, setting a new Grand Prix record for Dressage. GBR finished 3rd with a score of 233.540.

2013 European Dressage Championships: Team Grand Prix: Germany wins

Riding on horse Damon Hill NRW, Helen Langehanenberg lead Germany to victory with a team best score of 84.377. Germany finished with a team total of 234.651 to beat out the 2nd place Netherlands.

2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Men’s Elite Road Race (mobile)

The Championships will consist of 12 events for elite, under-23 and junior cyclists. It will be the 86th Road World Championships, the 13th in Italy and the first time that the event will take place in Tuscany. This event airs Sept 29 @4:00amET. 

2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Men’s Elite Road Race

The Championships will consist of 12 events for elite, under-23 and junior cyclists. It will be the 86th Road World Championships, the 13th in Italy and the first time that the event will take place in Tuscany.

2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Women’s Elite Road Race

The Championships will consist of 12 events for elite, under-23 and junior cyclists. It will be the 86th Road World Championships, the 13th in Italy and the first time that the event will take place in Tuscany.

2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Women’s Elite Road Race (mobile)

The Championships will consist of 12 events for elite, under-23 and junior cyclists. It will be the 86th Road World Championships, the 13th in Italy and the first time that the event will take place in Tuscany. This event airs Sept 28 @8:15amET.

2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Men’s Under 23 Road Race

The Championships will consist of 12 events for elite, under-23 and junior cyclists. It will be the 86th Road World Championships, the 13th in Italy and the first time that the event will take place in Tuscany.

2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Time Trial Men’s Elite

The Championships will consist of 12 events for elite, under-23 and junior cyclists. It will be the 86th Road World Championships, the 13th in Italy and the first time that the event will take place in Tuscany.

2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Time Trial Men’s Elite (mobile)

The Championships will consist of 12 events for elite, under-23 and junior cyclists. It will be the 86th Road World Championships, the 13th in Italy and the first time that the event will take place in Tuscany. This event airs Sept 25 @7:15amET.

2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Time Trial Women’s Elite

The 2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships will consist of 12 events for elite, under-23 and junior cyclists. It will be the 86th Road World Championships, the 13th in Italy and the first time that the event will take place in Tuscany. The different events will take place in Florence, Pistoia, Poggio a Caiano, Carmignano, Lucca, Fiesole and Montecatini Terme.

2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships: Time Trial Women’s Elite (mobile)

The 2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships will consist of 12 events for elite, under-23 and junior cyclists. It will be the 86th Road World Championships, the 13th in Italy and the first time that the event will take place in Tuscany. The different events will take place in Florence, Pistoia, Poggio a Caiano, Carmignano, Lucca, Fiesole and Montecatini Terme. This event airs Sept 23 @9:00amET. 

Universal Sports Previews: UCI Championships: USA Women’s Team

Universal Sports’ Todd Gogulski and USA Cycling’s VP of Athletics, Jim Miller, discuss the USA Women’s team heading to the 2013 UCI Road Cycling Worlds.

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.

Universal Sports Previews: UCI Championships: The Road Course

Universal Sports’ Todd Gogulski and USA Cycling’s VP Athletics, Jim Miller, discuss the challenges of this year’s course.

Universal Sports Previews: UCI Championships: USA Men’s Team

Universal Sports’ Todd Gogulski and USA Cycling’s VP of Athletics, Jim Miller, discuss the USA Men’s team heading to the 2013 UCI Road Cycling Worlds.

2013 UCI Road Cycling World Championships Viewing Schedule

  DATE EVENT VIEWING INFO Sept. 24 UCI Road Cycling World Championships / Women’s Elite Individual Time Trial USN: 9:00amET / Online: 9:00amET Sept. 25 UCI Road Cycling World Championships / Men’s Elite Individual Time Trial USN: 9:00amET / Online: 7:15amET Sept. 27 UCI Road Cycling World Championships / Men Under 23 Road Race 4 USN: […]

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Women’s Downhill: Rachel Atherton interview

Race winner Rachel Atherton (GBR) discusses the strategies that she used to win her 2nd career world title.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Men’s Downhill: Greg Minnaar interview

Race Winner Greg Minnaar (RSA) discusses what it feels like to repeat as world champion in front of your home crowd.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Women’s Down Hill: Charre 6th

Morgane Charre (FRA) look to defend her title today, but couldn’t find the speed that gave her the title last year. Charre finished with a time of 4:43.680, as the win went to Rachel Atherton (GBR).

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Women’s Down Hill: Atherton wins

Rachel Atherton (GBR) finished with a winning time of 4:28.043, beating 2nd place Emmeline Ragot (FRA) by 8 seconds. This is Atherton 2nd world title, as she was the winner of the DH in 2008.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Women’s Down Hill: Ragot 2nd

Emmeline Ragot (FRA) finished with a time of 4:36.67, a time that was only beat by winner Rachel Atherton (GBR). A win today would have given Ragot her 2nd world title in 3 years.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Men’s Down Hill: Minnaar wins

Defending champion Greg Minnaar (RSA) picked up his 3 career world title, finishing with a winning time of 3:58.058. Minnaar celebrated his win on home soil with the fans as they cheered him on while he was hoisted into the air.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Men’s Down Hill: Mulally top American

American Neko Mulally finished in 14th place out of a field of 80 riders. Mulally finished with a time of 4:06.936.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Men’s Down Hill: Hannah 2nd

29 year old Michael Hannah (AUS) was one of the clear favorites to win this race but was beaten by defending champ Greg Minnaar (RSA). Hannah finished with a time of 3:38.454.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Men’s Down Hill: Hill crashes hard

Racing bib number 4, Samuel Hill (AUS) hit the dirt hard just seconds from the finish. Hill was able to get back to his feet but decided not to continue the race.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Men’s Down Hill: Antherton 7th

Gee Antherton (GBR) was the last man on the hill, finishing with a time of 4:02.361. Antherton was the World Champ in 2008 and the 2010 World Cup winner.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Men’s Down Hill: Ropelato crashes

Racing bib number 50, American Mitch Ropelato suffered a bad crash just moments out of the gate. Ropelato was able to recover and finish the race with a time of 4:24.926.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Women’s & Men’s Elite: Downhill

The 2013 UCI MTB World Championships kicks off with the Women’s Cross-Country race from Pietermaritzburg. Tanja Zakelj of Slovenia, the current World Cup leader, will be the favorite to take the title in what is expected to be a contested event.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Men’s Cross Country: Schurter interview

Race winner Nino Schurter talks about the strategy he used today to earn his 3 world title.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Men’s Cross Country: Schurter becomes champ

Nino Schurter destroyed the men’s cross country competition, leading the race from start to finish with a winning time of 1:40:17. Schurter was able to recover from a fall just a few kms from the finish to hold onto the victory.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Women’s Cross Country: Lechner crashes

After racing for 30 minutes out on course, Eva Lechner took a hard fall after flying over her handlebars and into the dirt she was okay after the crash and was able to continue in the race.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Women’s Cross Country: Bresset Interview

Race winner France’s Julie Bresset talks about what it feels like to win back to back world championships and her strategy going into the race.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Women’s Cross Country: Bresset becomes champ

Frenchwoman Julie Bresset defended her world championship title by finishing this year’s cross country race with a winning time of 1:42:54. Bresset beat out 2nd place Maja Wloszczowska by 5 seconds at the finish.

2013 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships: Women’s & Men’s Elite

The 2013 UCI MTB World Championships kicks off with the Women’s Cross-Country race from Pietermaritzburg. Tanja Zakelj of Slovenia, the current World Cup leader, will be the favorite to take the title in what is expected to be a contested event.

2013 IAAF World Championships: Day 9: Evening Session

The 2013 IAAF Track & Field World Championships, which will take place in the Russian capital of Moscow from Aug 10 – 18, is set to be the biggest ever IAAF championship. With a total of 1974 athletes having been entered (1106 men and 868 women), the record of participants is also on course to be broken as the previously most attended championships in terms of athletes was Berlin 2009 with 1895.

2013 IAAF World Championships: Day 9: Evening Session (mobile)

The 2013 IAAF Track & Field World Championships, which will take place in the Russian capital of Moscow from Aug 10 – 18, is set to be the biggest ever IAAF championship. With a total of 1974 athletes having been entered (1106 men and 868 women), the record of participants is also on course to be broken as the previously most attended championships in terms of athletes was Berlin 2009 with 1895. This event airs Aug 18 @2:30pmET.

2013 IAAF World Championships: Day 8: Evening Session (mobile)

The 2013 IAAF Track & Field World Championships, which will take place in the Russian capital of Moscow from Aug 10 – 18, is set to be the biggest ever IAAF championship. With a total of 1974 athletes having been entered (1106 men and 868 women), the record of participants is also on course to be broken as the previously most attended championships in terms of athletes was Berlin 2009 with 1895. This event airs Aug 17 @2:30pmET. 

2013 IAAF World Championships: Day 8: Evening Session

The 2013 IAAF Track & Field World Championships, which will take place in the Russian capital of Moscow from Aug 10 – 18, is set to be the biggest ever IAAF championship. With a total of 1974 athletes having been entered (1106 men and 868 women), the record of participants is also on course to be broken as the previously most attended championships in terms of athletes was Berlin 2009 with 1895.

2013 IAAF World Championships: Day 8: Men’s Marathon (mobile)

The 2013 IAAF Track & Field World Championships, which will take place in the Russian capital of Moscow from Aug 10 – 18, is set to be the biggest ever IAAF championship. With a total of 1974 athletes having been entered (1106 men and 868 women), the record of participants is also on course to be broken as the previously most attended championships in terms of athletes was Berlin 2009 with 1895. This event airs Aug 17 @7:30amET. 

2013 IAAF World Championships: Day 8: Men’s Marathon

The 2013 IAAF Track & Field World Championships, which will take place in the Russian capital of Moscow from Aug 10 – 18, is set to be the biggest ever IAAF championship. With a total of 1974 athletes having been entered (1106 men and 868 women), the record of participants is also on course to be broken as the previously most attended championships in terms of athletes was Berlin 2009 with 1895.

 
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