By United States Olympic Commitee | Sept. 11, 2018, 9 a.m. (ET)

Kate Courtney rides at the UCI Mountain Bike World Cup on Aug. 26, 2018 in Le Bresse, France.

 

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Archery:
Brady Ellison captured third in the men’s recurve as the men’s team finished second and the women’s team fifth at the World Archery Field Championships in Cortina d'Ampezzo, Italy.

Cycling:
Kate Courtney captured the elite cross-country gold medal at the UCI Mountain Bike World Championships in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.

Handball:
The U.S. men’s and women’s national handball teams clinched a pair of wins over Canada in the second leg of the Pan American Games Qualifier in Montreal, and ensured berths for both teams at the 2019 Pan American Games.

Snowboarding: 
Chris Corning took the gold medal and Kyle Mack took fourth in the first men’s big air world cup of the season in Cardrona, New Zealand.

Swimming:
The U.S. garnered eight medals – two golds, five silvers and one bronze – and one more top-10 finish at the world cup in Kazan, Russia.

Surfing:
Carissa Moore, Lakey Peterson and Caroline Marks captured first, third and fourth while Kelly Slater finished third on the men’s side at the Surf Ranch Pro in Lemoore, California.

Tennis:
Mike Bryan and Jack Sock won the men’s doubles, CoCo Vandeweghe and Bethanie Mattek-Sands won the women’s and mixed doubles with their international partners, and Serena Williams finished second at the US Open in Flushing, New York.

Trampoline Gymnastics:
The U.S. won a total of six medals – two golds, three silvers and one bronze – at the Pan American Championships in Lima, Peru.

Water Polo:
The U.S. women’s water polo team defended its FINA World Cup title with an 8-5 victory over host Russia in the final in Surgut, Russia.

Wrestling:
Team USA brought home eight medals – one gold, one silver and six bronzes – and 15 additional top-10 finishes from the Poland Open in Warsaw.

 

Also This Week:
Michael McPhail earned the first U.S. quota in shooting for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 with a bronze medal in men’s 50-meter three-position rifle, bringing Team USA’s medal count to nine, in Changwon, South Korea, at the ISSF World Championship, which continues through Sept. 15...The U.S. women’s basketball team bested Japan, 102-87, in Washington, D.C., and defeated Canada, 74-68, in Bridgeport, Connecticut.

 

Team USA Broadcast Schedule:

DATE TIME (ET)  SPORT EVENT PLATFORM
9/11 10 p.m. Equestrian FEI World Equestrian Games NBCSN
9/12 10 p.m. Equestrian FEI World Equestrian Games NBCSN
9/13 8 a.m. Weightlifting American Open Series 3 USAWeightlifting.org
9/13 11 p.m. Equestrian FEI World Equestrian Games NBCSN
9/14 12 a.m. Rowing World Rowing Championships NBCSN
9/14 1 a.m. Cycling Vuelta a España NBCSN
9/14 8 a.m. Weightlifting American Open Series 3 USAWeightlifting.org
9/15

1:30 a.m.

Equestrian FEI World Equestrian Games NBCSN
9/15 3 a.m. Cycling Vuelta a España NBCSN
9/15 8 a.m. Weightlifting American Open Series 3 USAWeightlifting.org
9/16 12:30 a.m. Rowing World Rowing Championships NBCSN
9/16 1:30 a.m Cycling Vuelta a España NBCSN
9/16 8 a.m. Weightlifting American Open Series 3 USAWeightlifting.org
9/16 2:30 p.m. Golf The Evian Championship NBC
9/16 4 p.m. Equestrian FEI World Equestrian Games NBC
9/17 11 p.m. Volleyball AVP Hawaii Invitational NBCSN

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