The USA lost to New Zealand with a final score of 26-19. USA put on a dominating performance in the 1st half of the game, but a costly interception that lead to a New Zealand score in the 2nd half changed the momentum of the game.
Playing in Pool D, The USA lost to CAN by just 1 point, with a final score of 14-15. The USA played from behind throughout the entire game and looked to score the winning try with just 3 minutes left, until a costly error turned the ball over to CAN.
19 year old Kevin Cordes was on a world record setting pace as went into the final turn of the 200m, but began to lose precious seconds. Although Cordes didn’t break a world record, he finished with the world’s fastest time this year, 2:08.34
Missy Franklin has been a winning machine at this years nationals, picking up wins in the 100m freestyle, 200m freestyle, and now the 200m backstroke. Franklin’s 200m backstroke time of 2:05.68 is the fastest time ever recorded in US waters.
After winning the 100m freestyle yesterday, Missy Franklin dominated the field in the 200m Freestyle finishing with a time of 1:55.56. Franklin, who just graduate high school, is headed to her second World Championships.
Olympian Cammile Adams finished with a winning time of 2:08.10, the 7th fastest time in the world this year. An emotional Maya Dirado took second in the event and will be joining Adams at the World Championships.
Missy Franklin set a new championship record finishing with a winning time of 53.43. Franklin was behind at the 50m mark but was able to pull away in the last 10 meters. Missy Franklin will be joined by the second place finisher Shannon Vreeland at World Championships this summer.
Nathan Adrian came into this race as the clear favorite to win, finishing with a time of 48.10. Adrian and second place swimmer Jimmy Feigen will go on to represent the USA at Worlds. Ryan Lochte would finish with a time of 48.58.
As with previous years, the tournament will be round-robin where each team plays all of the other teams once. There are four points for a win, two for a draw and none for a defeat. This event airs June 23 @ 1:00amET / June 22 @ 10:00pmPT.
As with previous years, the tournament will be round-robin where each team plays all of the other teams once. There are four points for a win, two for a draw and none for a defeat. There were also bonus points offered with one bonus point for scoring four or more tries in a match and one bonus point for losing by 7 points or less.
As with previous years, the tournament will be round-robin where each team plays all of the other teams once. There are four points for a win, two for a draw and none for a defeat. There were also bonus points offered with one bonus point for scoring four or more tries in a match and one bonus point for losing by 7 points or less. This event airs 6/19 @ 4:00amET.
The former 2009 champs, Montenegro, defeated the USA with a final score of 13-11. USA and Montenegro were tied at the end of regulation after a late score from the USA, but Montenegro would go on to get the win after the penalty shootout.
Hungary will advance to the Super-final gold game after defeating the USA 6-8. USA was down throughout the entire game until rallying back in the 3rd quarter, but lost momentum going into the 4th qaurter.
(Reuters) – Olympic champion Usain Bolt responded to last week’s surprise sprint defeat in Rome by storming to a world-leading time of 19.79 seconds over 200 meters at the Bislett Diamond League meeting on Thursday. The Jamaican world record holder, surprisingly beaten over 100 meters by American Justin Gatlin in Italy, streaked away from the […]
After his upset during last week’s Diamond League in Rome, and with no serious challengers during this week’s Diamond League in Oslo, Usain Bolt (JAM) managed to pull off a meet record in the 200m at 19.79 seconds. So far, all four Men’s 200m races have been won by Jamaican team members.
England humiliated the USA with a final score of 109-0, the biggest margin of victory in the history of the tournament. The USA looked to rallied back after a 97-0 lose to south Africa last week but fell far too short. The USA record stands at 0-3.
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