By United States Olympic Committee | April 09, 2019, 11:50 a.m. (ET)

Laura Graves rides at the Gothenburg Horse Show 2019 on April 6, 2019 in Gothenburg, Sweden. 


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Artistic Gymnastics:
Morgan Hurd and Sam Mikulak won the all-around titles at the world cup in Tokyo.

Connor Fields captured a gold medal at the international cup in Brisbane, Australia.

John Shuster and Team USA placed fifth at the world championships in Lethbridge, Alberta.

Kate Courtney won and Erin Huck placed second in cross-country Olympic at the Pan American mountain bike championships in Aguascalientes, Mexico.

The U.S. earned two top-10 finishes in individual events and one top-five finish in synchronized events at the grand prix in Calgary, Alberta.

Laura Graves captured a silver medal in dressage, while the U.S. earned three additional top-10 finishes at the world cup in Gothenburg, Sweden.

Nefeli Papadakis (78 kg.) placed fifth at the grand prix in Antalya, Turkey.

Para Snowboarding:
Led by Noah Elliott's gold-medal performance in LL1 banked slalom, the U.S. earned six medals – one gold, three silvers and two bronzes – at the world cup in Klovsjo, Sweden.

Para Swimming:
Julia Gaffney set a world record in the S7 100-meter backstroke, while her U.S. teammates set six Pan American records and eight American records at the world series in Indianapolis.

Rhythmic Gymnastics:
Evita Griskenas earned four top-10 finishes – including sixth in all-around – at the world cup in Pesaro, Italy.

Rugby Sevens:
The U.S. men's team captured the bronze medal at the Hong Kong Sevens.

Sport Climbing:
Alex Johnson and Kyra Condie placed seventh and eighth at the world cup in Meiringen, Switzerland.

Caroline Marks won the women's event, as the U.S. earned four additional podium finishes at the championship tour in Gold Coast, Australia.

Robby Smith (130 kg.) won a bronze medal at the Kristjan Palusalu Memorial International in Tallinn, Estonia.


Also This Week:

  • Archers Brady Ellison and Casey Kaufhold were among U.S. winners at the Arizona Cup in Phoenix.
  • Five U.S. boxers earned their spots at the Pan American Games at the Pan American Games Qualifier in Managua, Nicaragua, which continues through April 10. 
  • Cross-country skiers Erik Bjornsen and Sadie Bjornsen won the 50-kilometer and 30K respectively at the national championships in Presque Isle, Maine.
  • Fencer Mitchell Saron earned a bronze medal in saber, while U.S. athletes earned three additional top-10 finishes in individual competition and two top-five finishes in team competition at the junior world championships in Torun, Poland, which continue through April 14. 
  • The U.S. women's ice hockey team defeated Switzerland, 8-0, at the women's world championship in Espoo, Finland, which continues through April 14.
  • Snowboarders Tessa Maud and Jason Wolle earned titles in halfpipe at the national championships in Copper Mountain, Colorado.
  • The U.S. women's soccer team defeated Belgium, 6-0, in an international friendly in Los Angeles, and claimed victory against Australia, 5-3, in an international friendly in Commerce City, Colorado.


Team USA Broadcast Schedule:

4/9 6 p.m. Equestrian Rolex Grand Prix NBCSN
4/10 2 p.m. Gymnastics FIG Gymnastics World Cup Olympic Channel
4/10 10 p.m. Track & Field IAAF World Cross-Country Championships Olympic Channel
4/11 6 p.m. Swimming TYR Pro Swim Series Olympic Channel
4/12 1:30 a.m. Swimming TYR Pro Swim Series NBCSN
4/12 6 p.m. Swimming TYR Pro Swim Series Olympic Channel
4/13 1:30 a.m. Swimming TYR Pro Swim Series NBCSN
4/13 6 a.m. Fencing FIE Fencing Grand Prix Olympic Channel
4/14 8:30 a.m. Track & Field 2019 Boston Marathon NBCSN
4/14 1 p.m. Figure Skating ISU World Figure Skating Championships NBC
4/15 9 a.m. Climbing IFSC Sport Climbing World Cup Olympic Channel

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