Following an 8th place finish at the 2012 Olympic Games, the U.S. men will face stiff competition from Russia, China and the host team, Spain. The team has a new coach & will feature young rising stars led by established veterans Azevedo & Moses.
Following an 8th place finish at the 2012 Olympic Games, the U.S. men will face stiff competition from Russia, China and the host team, Spain. The team has a new coach & will feature young rising stars led by established veterans Azevedo & Moses. This event airs July 22 @4:50amET.
The U.S. women are the favorites and looking for an unprecedented fourth world championship in ten years. The 2012 Olympic gold medalists have eight players from the London squad including center Kami Craig.
The U.S. women are the favorites and looking for an unprecedented fourth world championship in ten years. The 2012 Olympic gold medalists have eight players from the London squad including center Kami Craig. This event airs July 21 @7:30amET.
Jacob Gibb and Casey Patterson (USA) beat Alexander Brouwer and Robert Meeuwsen (NED) in two close sets with scores of (18-21, 18-21). Gibb and Patternson missed out on their medals last week at Worlds but made up for it here with bronze.
In the men’s Freestyle 94kg, it was JD Bergman that got the win and earned a spot to his 2nd World Championships after defeating Chris Pendleton. Bergman won the first set 9-2, then got a quick pin in the 2nd round in just 19 seconds.
After a hard fought battle against Kyle Dake, Jordan Burroughs walked away with his 56th consecutive win. With the match all even at the end of regulation, Burroughs was able to score 3 points for the victory.
In their second Pool Play matc,h Poland again gets the win, 25-23, 17-25, 25-21, 25-23. Both the USA and Poland are 4-4, but Team USA now needs two wins again top ranked Brazil to advance to the finals.
Although he failed at his World Record attempt at 2.46 meters, Bohdan Bondarenko (UKR) gets the win, beating the Americans Erik Kynard and Dusty Jonas by clearing 2.41 meters. American World Champ Jesse Williams is still out with injury.
Usain Bolt (JAM) has yet to win a 100m this season, but he scores his second 200m win at 19.73, winning by .19 seconds over Warren Weir (JAM), as home town favorite Christopher Lemaitre (FRA) fought for 3rd.
After winning the 100m and 200m in the USA Championships, Tyson Gay (USA) claimed his second Diamond League win of the 2013 season with a time of 9.79 seconds in the 100, beating Asafa Powell (JAM) by .11 seconds.
(Reuters) – Olympic champion Usain Bolt believes he is getting back to his best after the Jamaican trials gave him a confidence-boost in the build-up to next month’s world championships in Moscow. The world record holder won the 100 metres at last month’s trials to secure his place at the worlds, having been given a […]
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.
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