Kaleo Kanahele celebrates at the Parapan American Games Lima 2019 on Aug. 29, 2019 in Lima, Peru.
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Beiwen Zhang won bronze at the Hong Kong Open.
The pair of Taylor Crabb and Jake Gibb took first at the world tour stop in Chetumal, Mexico.
Kaitlin Campbell, Adrienne Sternlicht and Andrew Ramsay finished first and Team USA had 22 additional top-10 finishes at the jumping world cup in Las Vegas, while Lauren Hough finished seventh at the jumping world cup in Stuttgart, Germany.
Mariah Bell clinched third at the grand prix in Moscow.
Leilani Akiyama (-57 kg.) captured bronze at the African Open in Senegal, Dakar.
Led by tournament MVP and best setter Kaleo Kanahele Maclay, the U.S. women’s sitting volleyball team clinched gold at the World ParaVolley Super 6 in Tokyo.
The U.S. men swept the top five park positions as Team USA earned three additional top-five finishes at the Oi STU Open in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Brittany Bowe took home the gold medal in the 1,000-meter and bronze in the 1,500 and placed sixth in the 500 at the world cup season opener in Minsk, Belarus.
Para Track & Field:
Highlighted by Josh Cinnamo’s world record performance in men’s shot put F46, Team USA brought home 34 medals – 12 golds, 10 silvers and 12 bronzes – from the world championships in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Darr Smith claimed first and Marc Dubrick took 10th at the American Cup in Formosa, Argentina.
Highlighted by Jacarra Winchester (55 kg.), Tamyra Mensah-Stock (68 kg.), and Adeline Gray’s (76 kg.) gold-medal performances, the U.S. women’s freestyle team took silver at the world cup in Narita, Japan.
Also This Week:
- The U.S. women’s basketball team went undefeated in group play at the Americas Pre-Olympic Qualifying Tournament in Bahia Blanca, Argentina, which continues Feb. 6-9.
- With a 4-1 victory over Canada, the U.S. men’s national soccer team moved onto the semifinals at the CONCACAF Nations League in Orlando, Florida.
- The U.S. men’s sabre fencing team finished ninth at the world cup in Cairo.
- USA Baseball earned fourth at the Premier12 in Tokyo.
- Kelly Kulick grabbed second at the opening block of six games at the bowling world cup in Palembang, Indonesia which continues through Nov. 24.
Team USA Broadcast Schedule:
|11/19||6 p.m.||Speedskating||ISU Speedskating World Cup||Olympic Channel|
|11/19||8 p.m.||Figure Skating||ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating||Olympic Channel|
|11/20||11 a.m.||Figure Skating||ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating||Olympic Channel|
|11/20||5 p.m.||Speedskating||ISU Speedskating World Cup||Olympic Channel|
|11/21||11 a.m.||Speedskating||ISU Speedskating World Cup||Olympic Channel|
|11/21||4 p.m.||Cycling||UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup||Olympic Channel|
|11/21||8 p.m.||Figure Skating||ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating||Olympic Channel|
|11/22||11 a.m.||Speedskating||ISU Speedskating World Cuup||Olympic Channel|
|11/22||4 p.m.||Cycling||UCI Cyclo-Cross World Cup||Olympic Channel|
|11/23||8:30 a.m.||Alpine Skiing||FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup||Olympic Channel|
|10:30 p.m.||Speedskating||ISU Speedskating World Cup||Olympic Channel|
|11/24||7 a.m.||Alpine Skiing||FIS Alpine Skiing World Cup||NBC|
|4 p.m.||Figure Skating||ISU Grand Prix of Figure Skating||NBCSN|
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