Lakey Peterson reacting after her final wave at the 2019 Freshwater Pro on Sept. 21, 2019 in Lemoore, California.
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Keyshawn Davis claimed silver in lightweight at the world championships in Yekaterinburg, Russia.
The duo Ashley Cain-Gribble and Timothy Leduc finished first in pairs and duo Madison Chock and Evan Bates finished first in ice dance, and Team USA had an additional 10 top-10 finishes at the international classic in Salt Lake City.
Nefeli Papadakis placed fifth in women’s -78 kg. and L.A. Smith III finished seventh in men’s -100 kg. at the grand prix in Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
Laura Zeng took fifth in ribbon and 10th all-around, and Evita Griskenas finished eighth all-around at the world championships in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Chloe Dygert took first in women's individual time trial, and two Team USA athletes finished top-10 at the world championships in Yorkshire, Great Britain.
Nyjah Huston finished first at the street world championships to highlight four top-10 finishes for the U.S. in São Paulo.
Vincent Hancock and Austen Smith took first in men's and women's skeet, respectively, at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Kerrville, Texas.
Lakey Peterson placed first, while Carissa Moore, Caroline Marks and Griffin Colapinto each placed third to highlight 11 top-10 finishes for U.S. athletes at the Freshwater Pro championship tour in Lemoore, California.
Kevin McDowell finished fourth at the world cup in Weihai, China.
Kate Nye and Mattie Rogers made history by becoming the first U.S. women's weightlifters to go 1-2 at the world championships. Team USA together had 13 top-10 finishes.
Ellen Geddes took ninth in individual epee and 10th in foil at the world championships in Cheongju, South Korea.
Five Team USA athletes won gold at the world championships in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan.
Also This Week:
- The U.S. women’s basketball team beat Paraguay 110-31 in the first game of group play at the AmeriCup in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Group play continues until Sept. 26.
- U.S. Women’s National Volleyball Team continues round-robin play with a record of 7-1-0 at the world cup in Japan, ending on Sept. 29.
- Junior cycling athlete Quinn Simmons earned fourth and two junior female athletes had top-10 finishes, Ian Garrison finished second in men U23 and one additional top-10 finish at the road world championships in Yorkshire, Great Britain, which continues until Sept. 29.
Team USA Broadcast Schedule:
UCI Road Cycling World Championships
|9/25||8:30 a.m.||Rugby||Rugby World Cup - USA vs. England||NBCSN|
|9/25||8 a.m.||Cycling||UCI Road Cycling World Championships||Olympic Channel|
|9/25||2 p.m.||Skateboarding||Super Crown World Championship||NBCSN|
|9/25||12 p.m.||Gymnastics||FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships||Olympic Channel|
|9/25||11:30 a.m.||Rugby||Rugby World Cup - USA vs. England||NBCSN|
|9/26||7 a.m.||Cycling||UCI Road Cycling World Championships||Olympic Channel|
|9/26||11:30 a.m.||Track and Field||IAAF World Championships||NBCSN|
|9/26||12 p.m.||Gymnastics||FIG Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships||Olympic Channel|
|9/27||6 a.m.||Cycling||UCI Road Cycling World Championships||Olympic Channel|
|10:30 p.m.||Track and Field||IAAF World Championships||NBCSN|
|9/28||2:30 p.m.||Track and Field||IAAF World Championships||NBC|
|12 a.m.||Cycling||UCI Road Cycling World Championships||NBCSN|
|9/29||12 p.m.||Track and Field||IAAF World Championships||NBC|
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