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The Week In Team USA Results: Sept. 24 - Sept. 30

By United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee | Oct. 01, 2019, 2:40 p.m. (ET)

(L-R) Justin Gatlin, Christian Coleman and Andre De Grasse of Canada pose during the medal ceremony for the Men's 100-meter at the 17th IAAF World Athletics Championships Doha 2019 on Sept, 29, 2019 in Doha, Qatar. 

 

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BMX:
Felicia Stancil finished third in both world cup races in Santiago del Estero, Argentina, to finish second in the final series rankings.

Basketball:
Tina Charles and Sylvia Fowles led Team USA to the FIBA AmeriCup championship with a victory over Canada in San Juan, Puerto Rico.

Canoe/Kayak:
Evy Leibfarth finished fourth in canoe slalom at the slalom world championships in La Seu d'Urgell, Spain, to earn the U.S. a quota spot for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Goalball:
The U.S. women won the Japan Para Goalball Championship in Tokoyo, which served as a Paralympic GamesTest Event.

Judo:
John Jayne (-90 kg.) placed third at the European Open in Luxembourg.

Para Track and Field:
Daniel Romanchuk won the overall series title – the first American man to do so - and Tatyana McFadden finished the season in second in the series standings, while Amanda McGrory earned a silver medal in the marathon race in Berlin.

Road Cycling:
Chloé Dygert Owen raced to a fourth-place finish in the elite women’s race at the UCI Road World Championships in Yorkshire, England.

Track and Field:
Allyson Felix won her 12th world championship gold medal, helping Team USA win the mixed 4x400-meter and surpassing Jamaica's Usain Bolt for the most world titles all-time.

Volleyball:
The U.S. women finished second at the world cup in Osaka, Japan, making it the team’s fifth world cup podium finish in a row.

Weightlifting:
Jenny Arthur earned the bronze medal in the 81 kg. class and the silver medal in clean and jerk at the world championships in Pattaya, Thailand.

 

Also This Week:

  • Highlighted by Christian Coleman's gold in the men's 100-meter and Deanna Price's gold in the women's hammer throw, the U.S. claimed four golds at the World Athletics Championships, which continues through Oct. 6 in Doha, Qatar.
  • Casey Kaufhold and Brady Ellison sit in first place for the women’s and men’s divisions as USA Archery narrowed the field to 16 at the U.S. Olympic Team Trials in College Station, Texas.
  • Windsurfers Pedro Pascual and Farrah Hall secured  the U.S. quota spots for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020 after top finishes at the world championships in Torbole, Italy.
  • Climbers Kyra Condie and Sean Bailey each finished 14th in the lead category in Kranj, Slovenia. 

 

Team USA Broadcast Schedule:

DATE TIME (ET)  SPORT EVENT PLATFORM
10/1 9:15 a.m. Track and Field

IAAF World Championships

NBCSN
10/1 5 p.m. Gymnastics FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships Olympic Channel
10/1 9 p.m. Track and Field IAAF World Championships Olympic Channel
10/1 11:30 p.m. Beach Volleyball FIVB Beach Volleyball Olympic Qualification Tournament  Olympic Channel
10/2 3 p.m. Beach Volleyball FIVB Beach Volleyball Olympic Qualification Tournament Olympic Channel
10/2 5 p.m. Gymnastics FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships Olympic Channel
10/2 9 p.m. Track and Field IAAF World Championships Olympic Channel
10/3 3 p.m. Beach Volleyball FIVB Beach Volleyball Olympic Qualification Tournament Olympic Channel
10/3 5 p.m. Gymnastics FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships Olympic Channel
10/3 8 p.m. Track and Field IAAF World Championships NBCSN

10/4

5 p.m. Gymnastics FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships Olympic Channel
10/4 8 p.m. Track and Field IAAF World Championships NBCSN

10/5

12:30 p.m. Track and Field IAAF World Championships NBC
10/6

10 a.m.

Track and Field IAAF World Championships NBC

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