By United States Olympic Committee |
May 15, 2018,
2:20 p.m. (ET)
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John Mayer and Trevor Crabb took the men’s title, and Kelley Larsen and Emily Stockman placed third at the world tour event in Lucerne, Switzerland.
Bree Scarbrough and Aurora Davis captured gold at the world tour stop in Bangkok.
Nick Bruce topped the leaderboard with a 91.60-point run to take gold as seven Americans finished in the top 10 at the freestyle park world cup in Montpellier, France.
Anne Fowler and Carolina Sculti earned the bronze medal in 3-meter synchronized diving at the grand prix in Calgary, Alberta.
Mariel Zagunis claimed bronze in saber as three Americans earned top-10 finishes at the grand prix in Moscow.
Curtis McDowald placed sixth in epee at the world cup in Paris.
Webb Simpson captured the title as six Americans finished in the top 10 at The Players Championship in Ponte Vedra Beach, Florida.
Gia Pergolini set a world record in the S13 200-meter backstroke (2:32.72) and Connor Gioffreda broke the world record in the S6 1,500-meter freestyle (24:29.66) at the Cincinnati Para Swimming Open in Ohio.
Mark Barr and Allysa Seely claimed victories to lead an eight-medal haul for Team USA at the World Paratriathlon Series opener in Yokohama, Japan.
Lili Mizuno placed seventh and Camilla Feeley placed ninth in the all-around competition at the world challenge cup in Portimao, Portugal.
The U.S. women earned the bronze medal at the Canada Sevens tournament in Langford, British Columbia, topping France, 21-5.
The U.S. mixed teams for air pistol and air rifle each finished fourth, and Sarah Beard and Keith Sanderson each placed seventh at the world cup in Fort Benning, Georgia.
Bob and Mike Bryan finished second in doubles and John Isner advanced to the quarterfinals of the Madrid Open.
Track and Field:
Brianna McNeal, Sharika Nelvis and Keni Harrison swept the women’s 100-meter hurdles podium as Team USA picked up six medals at the IAAF Diamond League meet in Shanghai.
Katie Zaferes claimed silver and Summer Cook finished sixth at the world cup in Yokohama, Japan.
Also This Week:
Dylan Larkin was named the U.S. Player of the Game in Team USA’s win over Norway, helping the U.S. men’s ice hockey team improve to a historic 6-0 record at the IIHF World Championship, which continues through May 20 in Herning, Denmark…Team USA crowned 31 judo champions at the senior national championships in Round Rock, Texas.
Team USA Broadcast Schedule:
|5/15||10:30 p.m.||Triathlon||ITU World Triathlon Yokohama (women’s elite)||Olympic Channel|
|5/16||7 p.m.||Track and Field||IAAF Diamond League Shanghai||Olympic Channel|
|5/16||9 p.m.||Beach Volleyball||Bridgestone USA Volleyball Collegiate Beach Championships||Olympic Channel|
|5/18||7 p.m.||Swimming||TYR Pro Swim Series Indianapolis||Olympic Channel|
|5/18||10:30 p.m.||Swimming||TYR Pro Swim Series Indianapolis||Olympic Channel|
|5/19||2 p.m.||Diving||USA Diving Senior National Championships||NBC|
|5/19||4:30 p.m.||Diving||USA Diving Senior National Championships||Olympic Channel|
|5/19||7 p.m.||Swimming||TYR Pro Swim Series Indianapolis||NBCSN|
|5/19||9 p.m.||Diving||USA Diving Senior National Championships||Olympic Channel|
|5/20||1 p.m.||Diving||USA Diving Senior National Championships||NBC|
|5/20||1 p.m.||Track and Field||Boost Street Games||NBCSN|
|5/20||7 p.m.||Swimming||TYR Pro Swim Series Indianapolis||NBCSN|
|5/20||7 p.m.||Track and Field||Boost Street Games||NBCSN|
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