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Long Track Fall World Cup Team

Nov. 08, 2021, 2 a.m. (ET)

During the weekend of October 21-24, U.S. athletes competed for spots on the 2021 Long Track World Cup Team that will head to four different countries across the world to compete in the four Olympic Qualification events where Olympic quota spots will be earned for the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. The first World Cup will be held in Tomaszow, Poland on November 12-14, followed by World Cup #2 in Stavanger, Norway on November 19-21. The team will then head back home for World Cup #3 which will take place at the Utah Olympic Oval in Salt Lake City, UT on December 3-5. The last World Cup stop will be held from December 10-12 in Calgary, Canada. 

A total of 20 athletes were selected to be a part of the World Cup circuit:

Women:
Brianna Bocox (WC 1-4)
Brittany Bowe (WC 1-4)
Kimi Goetz (WC 1-4)
Erin Jackson (WC 1-4)
Jamie Jurak (WC 2 & 3)
Maria Lamb (WC 2)
Mia Manganello-Kilburg (WC 1-4)
Sarah Warren (WC 1-4)
Dessie Weigel (WC 1, 3 & 4)
 
Men:
Ethan Cepuran (WC 1-4)
Casey Dawson (WC 1-4)
Kimani Griffin (WC 3)
Austin Kleba (WC 1-3)
Emery Lehman (WC 1-4)
Joey Mantia (WC 1-4)
Conor McDermott-Mostowy (WC 1-4)
Cooper McLeod (WC 1-4)
Ian Quinn (WC 1, 3 & 4)
Zach Stoppelmoor (WC 3)
Jordan Stolz (WC 3 & 4)
 
Good luck to all the athletes as they represent Team USA!
 
Click here to get a recap from the Long Track World Cup Team Qualifier!

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