Wednesday, October 10

Table Tennis (1 bronze)
Kanak Jha 
won a tightly-contested bronze-medal match in men’s singles to come home with a medal. Jha defeated Yun-ju Lin of Chinese Taipei 4-3 to become a Youth Olympic Games medalist. In the morning’s semifinal, Jha fell to Chuqin Wang of China, 4-0 (11-7, 11-7, 11-5, 11-4).

Fencing (1 bronze)*
Five athletes from Team USA (Robert Vidovszky, Kenji Bravo, May TieuIsaac Herbst, Emily Vermeule) competed on Team Americas 1, which won the bronze medal in the mixed continental team event. Team Americas 1 won with a six-point margin (30-24) over Europe 3.    

Gymnastics (1 bronze)*
Brandon Briones took part in the mixed-country team of Team Oksana Chusovitna, earning bronze in the multidiscipline team event. He also finished sixth in men’s horizontal bar qualification with a score of 13.00. Elizabeth Kapitonova scored 13.150 in clubs 14.100 in ribbon to finish 11th in the individual all-around qualification and will not advance to the final. 

Badminton    
Jennie Gai fell to Yue Yann Jaslyn Hooi of Singapore in the women’s singles quarterfinal with games of 21-16 and 21-18.  
 
Golf    
On the second round of individual stroke play, Akshay Bhatia shot one under par, 69, to tie for third. Lucy Li shot par at 70 and sits in a three-way tie for second.

Rowing
Max Heid concluded his Youth Olympic Games with a second-place finish in the men’s single sculls final E.
 
Sailing
Cameron Maramenides recorded two top-10 finishes in men’s kiteboarding IKA Twin Tip. He started the day with a win and then also picked up a seventh-place finish. Dominique Stater recorded two ninth-place finishes and an 11th-place finish in the women’s windsurfer Techno 293+ competition. Nico Martin and Anaclare Sole notched four eighth-place finishes in the mixed two-person multihull Nacra 15. Manuel Nores finished 14th, 18th and 20th in his races in the men's windsurfer Techno 293+ event.

Swimming     
Rhyan White won her heat and the semifinal in the women’s 50-meter backstroke. She advances to compete in Thursday’s final. Jake Johnson, Ethan Dang and Kaitlynn Sims and the men’s 4x100 IM relay competed in the morning’s heats but did not advance.

 

*indicates a mixed-country event.