Wednesday, July 22

Podium Finishes:

Boxing (1 Bronze)

Francisco Martinez earned bronze in the men’s bantamweight division after falling to Hector Garcia Mora of the Dominican Republic, 3-0, in his semifinal bout.

Cycling – Road (1 Gold)

Kelly Catlin won the time trial gold medal in women’s road cycling with a time 26:25.58, more than 35 seconds ahead of the field. Jasmin Glaesser of Canada earned silver in 27:01.31 and Evelyn Garcia of El Salvador, clocked in at 27:20.24 to take the bronze. In the men’s individual time trial, Eric Marcotte completed the course in 48:07.27 for seventh place. Cycling competition continues Saturday (July 25) with the men’s and women’s road races. MORE

Fencing (2 Golds, 1 Silver, 1 Bronze)

Team USA fencers Alex Massialas and Gerek Meinhardt faced off in the men’s individual foil gold-medal match with Massialas earning a 15-12 victory. Lee Kiefer won the gold medal in the women’s individual foil competition after defeating Colombia’s Saskia Loretta van Erven Garcia, 15-11. Nicole Ross won the bronze medal in women's foil after falling to Kiefer, 15-5, in the semifinal bout. MORE

Taekwondo (1 Gold, 1 Bronze)

Jackie Galloway captured gold in the women’s taekwondo +67-kilogram division with her 1-0 victory over Maria Espinoza of Mexico. On the men’s side, Phillip Yun won bronze in the +80 kg. division, defeating Martin Sio of Argentina, 9-2, in the bronze-medal match.

Track and Field (3 Golds, 3 Silvers, 2 Bronzes)

Jeff Henderson won gold and Marquise Goodwin took silver in the men’s long jump, with leaps of 8.54 and 8.27 meters. Meanwhile, Kibwe Johnson and Conor McCullough earned gold and bronze in the men’s hammer throw, with tosses of 75.46 and 73.74. Shamier Little won gold in the women’s 400-meter hurdles, clocking in at 55.50. Alysia Montano claimed silver in the women’s 800 with a time of 1:59.76, and teammate Phoebe Wright finished in seventh place (2:04.17). Jillian Camarena-Williams earned silver in the women’s shot put with a throw of 18.65, while teammate Jeneva Stevens’ toss of 17.63 was good for sixth place. Barbara Pierre’s run of 11.01 earned her the bronze medal in the women’s 100, while Morolake Akinosun turned in a semifinal run of 11.29, but did not advance to the final. In the men’s 100, Remontay McClain and BeeJay Lee finished fifth (10.15) and sixth (10.17), while in the women’s high jump, Maya Pressley finished fourth with a season-best jump of 1.88 and Elizabeth Patterson tied for 11th (1.80). MORE | MORE

Looking ahead to Thursday's (July 23) competition, Kendall Baisden and Shakima Wimbley advanced to the women's 400 final by winning their semifinal heats with times of 51.81 and 52.28, while Kyle Clemons ran a 45.75 and Marcus Chambers clocked in at 46.91 to advance to the men's final. Additionally, Clayton Murphy (1:48.88) and Ryan Martin (1:48.99) each won their semifinal races in the men’s 800, and in the men’s 400 hurdles, Jeshua Anderson (49.73) and Kerron Clement (50.63) topped their heats to advance. In the men’s decathlon, Austin Bahner currently ranks ninth with 3,073 points and Derek Masterson sits in 11th place with 2,922.

Water Ski/Wakeboard (2 Silvers)

Regina Jaquess won the silver medal in the women’s water ski overall competition with a score of 2670.3, behind Canada’s Whitney McClintock (2796.3). Teammate Erika Lang finished fourth with a score of 2032.4. Meanwhile, Daniel Powers won the silver medal in men’s wakeboard (80.44), behind Canada’s Rusty Malinoski (89.11). MORE

Other Results:

Baseball – Women’s

The U.S. women's team routed Cuba in an 11-0 victory, improving their tournament record to 2-0. The U.S. recorded 14 hits as pitcher Kelsie Whitmore went 5 innings, only allowing 3 hits, 1 walk, and recording 3 strikeouts. 

Basketball – Men’s

The U.S. men’s team defeated Puerto Rico, 102-70, to improve their tournament record to 2-0. Bobby Brown was the team’s leading scorer with 16 points. Play continues tomorrow, July 23, as the U.S. takes on Brazil.


Both the U.S. men’s and women’s doubles teams are in second place following the first six games of bowling competition. The U.S. men’s duo of Devin Bidwell and Tommy Jones sit 63 pins behind Canada’s Francois Lavoie and Dan MacLelland with a 2,649 total, while the women’s team of Liz Johnson and Shannon Pluhowsky tallied 2,381, trailing Colombia’s Rocio Restrepo and Clara Guerrero by 28 pins. Doubles competition concludes Thursday (July 23), with medalists to be determined on total pinfall following all 12 games.

Field Hockey – Women’s

The U.S. women defeated Canada, 3-0, in the tournament semifinals. With the victory and its current FIH world ranking of fifth, the U.S. qualified for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. MORE


Rocky Carson defeated Ramon De Leon of the Dominican Republic, 2-0, in the men’s singles round of 16. Meanwhile, Jake Bredenbeck fell to Canada’s Cody Iwaasa, 2-0. 

Softball - Women's

The U.S. women’s team defeated Cuba, 9-2, on the heels of a six-run second inning. Jessica Moore tossed five scoreless innings and struck out five to pick up her second win of the tournament. From the plate, Raven Chavanne posted three hits and Valerie Arioto knocked in three RIBs in the victory. The U.S. will conclude robin-play against the Dominican Republic Thursday (Jul 23)

Table Tennis

In women’s singles, Lily Zhang, Yue Wu and Jiaqi Zheng recorded two wins a piece in the group stage. Meanwhile, Timothy Wang and Kanak Jha both earned wins in the men’s singles group stage, and Brazil’s Hugo Calderano was awarded a walkover over Jimmy Butler

Volleyball – Indoor 

The U.S. women’s team defeated Cuba, 3-1 (25-18, 25-19, 22-25, 25-18), to advance to the semifinals, where it will vie against the Dominican Republic for a spot in the gold-medal game. Meanwhile, the U.S. men dropped their quarterfinal match to Argentina in three straight sets (25-16, 25-21, 25-15).