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Long Track Fall World Cup Team Selected at the Pettit National Ice Center

Oct. 27, 2019, 11:53 a.m. (ET)

After the ice settled at the Pettit National Ice Center in Milwaukee, Wisc., at the world cup qualifier, 13 athletes were selected to compete on the U.S. Long Track Fall World Cup Team.

Representing Team USA: Two-time Olympian and Olympic medalist Brittany Bowe (Ocala, Fla.), Olympic medalist Mia Kilburg (Crestview, Fla.), Olympian Erin Jackson (Ocala, Fla.) Kimi Goetz (Flemington, N.J.), Brianna Bocox (Cheyenne, Wyo.), and Paige Schwartzburg (Ocala, Fla.).

For the men, two-time Olympians Joey Mantia (Ocala, Fla.) and Emery Lehman (Oak Park, Ill.), Olympian Kimani Griffin (Winston-Salem, N.C.), Brett Perry (Midland, Mich.), Ethan Cepuran (Glen Ellyn, Ill.), Austin Kleba (Campton Hills, Ill.) and Ian Quinn (St. Louis, Mo.)

Bowe set a new track record as she flew across the finish line, winning the ladies 1000m in 1:13.76. She is the current world champion and world record holder in the 1000m.

“Looking forward to getting out on the circuit and see what new talent is out there and what challenges are going to present themselves. Finishing last year as one of the top is definitely motivating. There will always be people coming for that top spot and I’m excited to defend it.”—Brittany Bowe

The team will stay in Milwaukee to prepare for the first world cup event in Minsk, Belarus, Nov. 15-17.

Additional quotes:

“I was excited to be paired with Brittany. It was my first time being paired with her in the 500m. I’m excited to qualify for an A spot, we only had two A spots, and I’m hoping to hold that spot throughout the season.” – Kimi Goetz

“I’m excited and always honored to be able to represent the USA. This season is definitely a building year for me. Every day and every race is focused on 2022. Of course I’d like to post up fast times but my main goal this season is to get stronger and get the most out of every day as possible.” – Mia Kilburg

“I’m looking forward to seeing how the summer training stacks up against the rest of the world when it actually counts.” – Joey Mantia

“I’m looking forward to testing myself in the Mass Start and 10,000 against the competition. We have a strong team going to world cups and I’m excited to see what we can do.” – Ian Quinn

“I’m really happy with my 5K and I hope to build on it through the world cups and hopefully be able to secure us another 5K spot for next season.” – Ethan Cepuran

“I’m extremely happy about my results and will continue to focus on doing the right things to better my results. My goal this year at world cups is to learn more about skating through observing and to get more spots for the U.S.” – Austin Kleba


Rankings based on number of world cup spots available

Ladies 500m

Brittany Bowe – 37.81

Kimi Goetz – 38.12

Bri Bocox – 38.99

Erin Jackson – 39.06


Men 500m

Brett Perry – 35.76

Austin Kleba – 36.05



Brittany Bowe – 1:13.76 (TR)

Kimi Goetz – 1:15.66

Bri Bocox – 1:16.74


1000m Men

Joey Mantia – 1:09.27

Kimani Griffin – 1:11.02

Austin Kleba – 1:11.18


1500m Ladies

Brittany Bowe – 1:54.53

Kimi Goetz – 1:58.78

Brianna Bocox – 1:58.83


1500m Men

Joey Mantia – 1:45.04

Emery Lehman – 1:46.97



Mia Kilburg – 4:12.57

Paige Schwartzburg – 4:20.56



Ethan Cepuran – 6:33.01


10000 Men

Ian Quinn – 13:41.78


Mass Start

Mia Manganello

Paige Schwartzburg

Ian Quinn

Joey Mantia


For the latest results from the event, click here.