Tuesday, August 31, 2021

Three U.S. Athletes Head to Third Junior Grand Prix Series Event in Slovakia

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (Aug. 31, 2021) - Three U.S. athletes are headed to the third event of the 2021 International Skating Union (ISU) Junior Grand Prix of Figure Skating (JGP) Series this week in Kosice, Slovakia. The competition starts on Thursday, Sept. 2, with the men’s, pairs and women’s short programs. The rhythm dance, men’s free skate and pairs free skate will take place on Friday, Sept. 3. The event will conclude on Saturday, Sept. 4., with the free dance and women’s free skate.


In the women’s competition, both Mia Kalin and Ava Ziegler will be making their JGP debut in Slovakia. Ziegler is the 2021 U.S. junior


The USA Men’s Goalball Team raises their arms together in celebration after a win at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games (photo by Michael A. Clubine/Wheelchair Sports USA)

U.S. to face China in Thursday’s semifinal round in Tokyo


TOKYO, Japan (Aug. 31, 2021) – The USA Men’s Goalball Team advanced to the semifinal round of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games with a thrilling come-from-behind victory against Ukraine in sudden-death overtime Thursday at Makuhari Messe Hall C. First-time Paralympian Calahan Young (Irwin, Pa.) fired the opening shot of the overtime period between two Ukrainian defenders to give the Americans the 5-4 triumph. The U.S. will now face China in Thursday’s semifinal.


“We never stop believing in each other,”

Hollermann and Schneider Shine in Women’s Quarterfinal Win Against Canada (63-48)

The first quarter would be a feeling out process for both teams, in which neither offense was particularly potent. Lindsey Zurbrugg and Natalie Schneider would hit their first 2 field goal attempts each, but it was a low scoring quarter with USA leading (12-10). It would be in the second quarter where USA began to create some separation against the Canadians. They outscored Canada 21-13 in the quarter.

Many people predicted the double big line-up featuring Kathleen ‘Kady’ Dandeneau and Arinn ‘Juice’ Young would create mismatch issues for the USA roster. Since Rio, Canada has consistently found ways to win in important

Morgan Stickney and Mikaela Jenkins Win First Career Gold Medals En Route to Team USA’s Five Medal Night

TOKYO — Team USA tallied five more to the medals table on the seventh night of racing at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. Morgan Stickney (Cary, N.C.) and Mikaela Jenkins (Evansville, Indiana) led the way with their first career Paralympic golds.

Entering the evening with the number one seed in women’s 400-meter freestyle S8 alongside fellow American Jessica Long (Baltimore, Maryland), Stickney trailed the five-time Paralympian through the first 350 meters. Stickney, who was appearing in her first individual Paralympic event final, overtook the lead in the last 50-meters thanks to a 33.79 final split, and touched the wall in 4:42.39. Long’s time of 4:43.41 gave the teammates a 1-2 podium finish and her fifth career Paralympic medal in the event.

Another first-time medal winner was Jenkins in

Clark, Grewe Shine as Team USA Collects Six Medals on Day Five of Track and Field Competition

TOKYO – A new world record and Paralympic gold for Breanna Clark (Los Angeles, California) and a big win in the men’s high jump T63 for Sam Grewe (Middlebury, Indiana) set the tone for a six-medal day for Team USA on the fifth day of track and field at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Clark, the reigning gold medalist in the women’s 400m T20 from Rio, defended her title in a big way, setting a new world record in 55.18. Clark held the previous record as well, set in 2018, at 55.99.

Grewe, meanwhile, had the 2016 Paralympic

Four-time Medalist Roderick Townsend Wins Silver in Long Jump T46/47

Two-time Paralympian Roderick Townsend added a silver medal to his collection after recording a 7.43 mark in the men's long jump T46/47 on Tuesday at the Tokyo Stadium. Cuba’s Robiel Yankiel Sol Cervantes topped the podium with a mark of 7.46. 

Newcomer Dallas Wise almost registered his second medal with a 7.30 jump grabbing the world’s fourth best mark just behind bronze medalist Nikita Kotukov (7.34) from Russia. Wise already won a silver medal in the men's high jump T47 during his Paralympic debut and shared the podium with Townsend, who took the Paralympic gold medal after breaking his own world record with an impressive jump of 2.15 meters. 

Long, Stickney, Torres Light Up the Pool with Medal Winning Performances

Team USA dominated the women's 400m freestyle S8 as Morgan Stickney won gold in a blistering time of 4:42.39 that was only two seconds short of the world record and teammate Jessica Long stayed right in her wake to collect the silver medal at 4:43.41 on Tuesday night. The next closest swimmer was Italy’s Xenia Francesca Palazzo, who captured bronze 14 seconds later (4:56.79). 

Not only is Stickney competing in her first

Jenkins Wins Gold in 100m Fly S10; Coan Captures Silver in 100m Free S6

Team USA wrapped up night seven of Para swimming in Tokyo with its fifth medal of the night with a gold-medal performance from Mikaela Jenkins. The first-time Paralympian won gold in the women's 100m butterfly S10 after clocking in at 1:07.52 on Tuesday night at Tokyo Aquatics Centre. Australia’s Jasmine Greenwood took silver (1:07.89) and Netherlands’ Chantalle Zijderveld rounded out the podium with bronze (1:07.91).

The new Paralympic champion previously

Kym Crosby Wins Bronze in Women's 100m T13

Two-time Paralympian Kym Crosby shot out of the blocks and recorded a 12.08 mark in the women’s 100m T13 to win bronze for Team USA. Crosby finished just shy of second place as Lamiya Valiyeva from Azerbaijan clocked in at 11.99. The 28-year-old repeats as the bronze medalist after taking third in the event at the Rio Games. Crosby returns to the track on Thursday, Sept. 2 to compete in the women's 400 T13.

BREAKING NEWS: Mason and Young Run to Silver and Bronze in Women's 100m T47

Current world record holder Brittni Mason secured the silver medal with a time of 11.97, and teammate Deja Young celebrates bronze with a season-best effort of 12.21 in the women's 100m T47. 


Mason was inches away from claiming the

BREAKING NEWS: Clark Breaks World Record in Women's 400m T20; Grewe Wins Gold in Men's High Jump T63

Breanna Clark lowered her own world record time with a gold-medal performance of 55.18 seconds in the women’s 400m T20. The two-time Paralympian and reigning champion in the 400 defended her title, beating out Ukraine’s Yuliia Shuliar (56.18) in second place. 


Two-time Paralympian Sam Grewe won his first Paralympic gold medal with a 1.88 mark in the men's high jump T63, topping India’s Mariyappan Thangavelu (1.86) and Sharad Kumar (1.83) in second and third. Grewe owns the current world record in the T63 class of 1.90. 

Monday, August 30, 2021

BREAKING NEWS: Keith, Masters, Morelli Podium for Team USA Para-Cycling

Nine-time Paralympic medalist Oksana Masters won her fourth career gold medal after a triumphant finish in the women's H4-5 time trial (45:40.05) on Tuesday morning at the Fuji International Speedway. This victory marks Masters first Paralympic medal in Para-cycling as the five-time Paralympian is also a dual-sport athlete aiming to compete in Nordic skiing at the upcoming Paralympic Winter Games Beijing 2022. 

Shawn Morelli won her second medal of the

USA Men Close Preliminary Round Against Algeria with Convincing Win

With Algeria winless thus far in the competition, this game could have been a tough game for the Americans after playing two other perennial contenders, Great Britain and Australia. The challenge was to stay sharp against the developing Algeria team, in a sense, making this a competition against themselves.

Co-Captain Steve Serio was seemingly focused on

U.S. Reunion with China at Paralympics Not Happy for Team USA

TOKYO (Aug. 30, 2021) – The U.S. Women’s Sitting Team has not played China since 2017. The teams‘ reunion was not a happy one for Team USA.

The U.S. Women fell to China 3-0 (25-17, 25-22,

United States to Send Liu, Zhou to Nebelhorn Trophy

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado (Aug. 30, 2021) - U.S. Figure Skating announced today the athlete selections for 2021 Nebelhorn Trophy, set for September 21-25 in Oberstdorf, Germany. It is the final qualifying competition for the Olympic Winter Games Beijing 2022. Based on the results of the ISU World Figure Skating Championships 2021, the United States earned two Olympic entries in both the women’s and men’s competition with the opportunity to confirm a third entry at Nebelhorn Trophy. Alysa Liu and Vincent Zhou will compete to secure Olympic entries in the women’s and men’s disciplines for Team USA.

Alysa Liu is a two-time U.S. champion and will

Hannah Aspden and Mallory Weggemann Lead Team USA’s Seven Medal Night

TOKYO — Hannah Aspden (Raleigh, N.C.) and Mallory Weggemann (Eagan, Minnesota) led the way with gold medal performances as Team USA grabbed seven spots on the podium on the sixth night of racing at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. It was Team USA’s best performance of the Tokyo Games to date.

Team USA started the night off by capturing two


Quarterfinals begin Tuesday for USA Men’s Goalball


TOKYO, Japan (Aug. 30, 2021) – The USA Women’s Goalball Team is heading into the quarterfinal round of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games on a high note after rallying to defeat defending gold medalist Turkey, 4-3, on Monday to close out pool play with a 3-1 record. The U.S. finishes the preliminary round second in Group D and will face the third-seeded Russian Paralympic Committee from Group C in Wednesday’s quarterfinal beginning at 7:30 p.m. local time (6:30 a.m. EDT).


“We just kept pushing and staying in our

Leanne Smith Wins First Paralympic Medal of Her Career; Colleen Young Earns Silver

First-time Paralympian Leanne Smith made a splash on Monday night by earning her first Paralympic medal. Smith took home a silver medal in the 100m freestyle S3 by clocking a time of 1:37.68. The reigning world champion in the event will swim again in the 50m breaststroke SB3 on Aug. 31. 

Three-time Paralympian Colleen Young also earned a silver and became a two-time Paralympic medalist. Her time of 2:26.80 secured a second-place finish in the 200m individual medley SM13. She’ll race in her final event, the 100m breaststroke SB13, on Sept. 1. 

Trunnell Wins Third Medal in Tokyo

Roxanne Trunnell and Dolton won their second individual gold medal of the Tokyo Games with an 86.927% in the Para-equestrian individual freestyle test grade I, marking a new world record on Monday night at Equestrian Park.

The two-time Paralympian also secured the gold in Grade I individual dressage with 81.464% earlier this week, which marked the first individual dressage gold medal at an Olympic or Paralympic Games for Team USA since Atlanta 1996. The Para-equestrian team also earned the team bronze medal behind a trio of outstanding performances from Trunnell, Rebecca Hart and Kate Shoemaker with a final score of 224.352.

Weggemann, Gaffney, Aspden Swim to Paralympic Podium

Three-time Paralympian Mallory Weggemann set a Paralympic record with a time of 1:21.27 to claim gold in the women's 100m backstroke S7 while teammate Julia Gaffney, the current world record holder (1:19.47), won bronze at 1:22.02 at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre on Monday night. Canada’s Danielle Dorris took silver (1:21.91) and stood in the way of a Team USA sweep as McKenzie Coan placed fourth at 1:23.10. Weggemann and first-time Paralympian Gaffney both collected their second medals of the Tokyo Games with their latest podium finishes.

Two-time Paralympian Hannah Aspden dominated the women's 100m backstroke S9 clocking in at 1:09.22 to win a gold medal with Spain’s Nuria Marques Soto taking silver (1:10.26). The new Paralympic champion previously won two bronze medals at the Rio Games (100m backstroke, 34 pt.; 4x100m medley relay).

Marks Wins Bronze for Second Medal in Tokyo

Four-time Paralympic medalist Elizabeth Marks collected her second medal of the Tokyo Games with a bronze in the women's 50m butterfly S6 (36.83) which displayed an incredibly competitive field of athletes. China’s Yuyan Jiang won gold (34.69) and Ireland’s Nicole Turner recorded silver (36.30).


Army veteran Marks won silver in the 50 freestyle S6 and placed fourth in the 200 individual medley SM6, and will finish out her competition slate with the 100 backstroke S6 on Friday, Sept. 3.

Pagonis Wins Bronze in Women’s 200-meter IM

In her first Paralympic Games, Pagonis won a bronze in the women's 200 individual medley SM11 touching the well at 2:45.61 on Monday night at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre. The 17-year-old collected her second medal of the Tokyo Games after taking gold in the 400m freestyle S11. Pagonis’ finish is even more impressive in comparison to her competitors, as she finished alongside China’s Jia Ma (2:42.14), a new world record, and Liwen Cai (2:42.91).

Pagonis has one more shot to add to her medal count with the 100 freestyle S11 on Friday, Sept. 3.

Hagan Landry Soars to Silver in the Men's Shot Put F41

Hagan Landry broke the Americas record in the men's shot put F41 with a distance of 13.88 and claimed the Paralympic silver medal at the Tokyo Stadium on Monday morning. Making his first Paralympic Games appearance, Landry followed behind the current world record holder Bobirjon Omonov from Uzbekistan (14.06) and out-threw Niko Kappel from Germany (13.30).

Luca Shaw Fastest American at Downhill World Championships

Shaw rode to a Top-10 with Norton also on pace before his crash

VAL DI SOLE - TRENTINO, Italy – It was all about the downhill team today on the last day of the 2021 UCI Mountain Bike World Championships. The rain was on and off all week as the riders tried to dial in their lines in practice. It rained the night before racing making the open track sections slick, with the woods sections still loose and dusty. Trying to adjust their riding for the different track conditions was a challenge, but Team USA found success. Late in the day, the rain came back out just to make things interesting for the Top-30 Elite Men waiting to drop at the top of the mountain. It was not a torrential downpour, but it was enough just to re-wet the track and make it a slicker than what the riders had practiced earlier in the day.

Elite Men Downhill

Luca Shaw (Hendersonville, N.C.; Santa Cruz Syndicate) rode smoothly and consistently,


Paralympic rookie Calahan Young scores 8 goals in 13-5 win


TOKYO, Japan (Aug. 29, 2021) – Two days removed from an 11-1 loss to host nation Japan, the USA Men’s Goalball Team responded with a convincing 13-5 victory over Algeria in preliminary-round play Sunday at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games. The win guarantees a quarterfinal berth for the U.S.


“The Japan game kind of took the air out of our

Jamal Hill’s Bronze Finish marks USA’s Fourth Medal of the Night

First-time Paralympian Jamal Hill earned a spot on the podium with a bronze-medal finish in the men’s 50m freestyle S9. Hill claimed his first Paralympic medal with a time of 25.19 that was just .48 seconds behind the winner, Italy’s Simone Barlaam (24.71), who is the current world record holder in the event. Hill’s bronze gave Team USA its fourth swimming medal on the exciting night at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre. 

Ben Goodrich Wins Silver in Men’s 100kg Division

Ben Goodrich won his first Paralympic medal in judo in a close championship battle where he fell to rival Christopher Skelley of Great Britain in the 100kg B2 division during the Sunday evening session at Nippon Budokan.


Goodrich benefited from a bye in the round of 16

U.S. Wheelchair Rugby Team Takes Silver in Finale Against Great Britain

The U.S. Wheelchair Rugby Team earned a silver medal after a hard-fought final to Great Britain who etched out the team 49-54. A battle of the world’s best, Team USA trailed by just one headed into the fourth quarter but couldn’t close the gap.

This is the American’s second silver in a row at

McFadden and Scaroni take Silver and Bronze in Women’s 800m T54

Six-time Paralympian Tatyana McFadden earned silver (1:43.16) and three-time Paralympian Susannah Scaroni (1:44.43) grabbed bronze in the women's 800m T54. Switzerland’s Manuela Schaer took gold (1:42.81) and broke McFadden’s Paralympic record (1:44.73) that she set at the Rio Games. The dynamic duo shared the podium for a second time in Tokyo after Scaroni took gold and McFadden bronze in the 5000m T54 yesterday.

Roberts, Townsend and Wise Rack up Three More Medals for Team USA

Jaleen Roberts secured her first Paralympic medal after a second-place finish in the women's long jump T37 with a mark of 4.65 in her Paralympic debut. China’s Xiaoyan Wen (5.13) took gold at the Tokyo Stadium. 

Roderick Townsend broke his own world record with an impressive jump of 2.15 meters to claim back-to-back Paralympic championships in the

Paratriathlete Kendall Gretsch Sprints to Historic Paralympic Gold

kendall_gretsch_credit_delly_carr650x358.jpgGretsch also won two gold medals in Nordic skiing at the PyeongChang 2018 Paralympic Winter Games. (Delly Carr/World Triathlon)

Gretsch becomes the third U.S. woman to medal at both the summer and winter Paralympic Games

TOKYO — Making her long-awaited Paralympic triathlon debut, Kendall Gretsch (Downers Grove, Ill.) won the women’s PTWC gold medal in riveting fashion at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 on Sunday morning.

Gretsch was in second for most of the race, but a

Sunday, August 29, 2021

Mckenzie Coan Claims Gold, Julia Gaffney Grabs Bronze in 400m Free S7

Three-time Paralympian Mckenzie Coan took home the gold medal in the women’s 400m freestyle S7 race Sunday night at the Tokyo Aquatics Center. Her time of 5:05.84 earned her another Paralympic gold in the event after previously winning the race at Rio 2016. It is Coan’s fifth medal of her career. 

First-time Paralympian Julia Gaffney earned her first Paralympic medal by capturing the bronze in the 400 freestyle S7. Gaffney’s time of 5:11.89 secured her spot on the podium. 

Evan Austin Wins First Paralympic medal with Bronze Finish in Men’s 400m Free

Three-time Paralympian and fan-favorite Evan Austin collected his first Paralympic medal with a bronze-medal performance in the men's 400m freestyle S7 on Sunday at the Tokyo Aquatics Centre. Austin swam a mark of 4:38.95 to take home the hardware, following a new world record from Israel’s Mark Malyar (4:31.06) and Ukraine’s Andrii Trusov in second (4:35.56).

Austin has already registered a fifth-place finish in the 200m individual medley at the Tokyo Games and will finish out his competition schedule with the men's 50m butterfly S7 on Friday, September 3.

USA Bounced Back with Commanding Victory over Australia

The staple for the men’s USA squad has been fast-paced, intense defense. Using their refined chair skills to control positioning of their opponent, they were able to ensure the taller Australians were shooting the majority of their shots outside of the paint and held them to 30% shooting.

Coach Lykins discussed his squad’s emphasis on defense.

“We have to be good defensively because it

Raymond Martin and Noah Malone Win Silvers on the Track

Nine-time Paralympic medalist Raymond Martin won the silver medal, clocking a time of 3:29.72 for a new American record in the men's 1500m T52 on Sunday night at Tokyo Stadium. Japan’s Tomoki Sato took home gold at 3:29.13, breaking Martin’s previous Paralympic Record that he set during the Rio Games. The six-time Paralympic champion collected his second silver medal of the Tokyo Games.

At age 19, Noah Malone won silver in the men's 100m T12 with a time of 10.66 that was only beat by Norway’s Salum Ageze Kashafali with a new world record of 10.43. Malone is competing in his first Paralympic Games and already broke the American record in the event during prelims (10.55) to advance to the finale

Dressage Team Earns Bronze for First Para-Equestrian Team Medal in History

The Para-equestrian team earned the team bronze medal at Equestrian Park. The trio of Roxanne Trunnell, Rebecca Hart and Kate Shoemaker finished third with a score of 224.352, just behind the Netherlands and Great Britain to earn the first team medal for the U.S. at a Paralympic Games. 

Trunnell and her horse Dolton earned an 80.321 percent, while Hart and El Corona Texel added a 72.206 and Shoemaker and Solitaer 40 earned 71.825 percent for the final team score.

Daniel Romanchuk Wins Gold in 400m T54 for first Paralympic Medal

Paralympic champion Daniel Romanchuk celebrated a gold medal finish after posting a time of 45.72 in the men's 400m T54 at the Tokyo Stadium. The two-time Paralympian fought down to the wire as he crossed the line just one-hundredths of a second ahead of Athiwat Paeng-Nuea from Thailand (45.73).

Romanchuk placed fourth in the men’s 5000m T54 earlier this week and is set to compete in four more events, including the 100, 800, 1500 and marathon to round out his six total races in Tokyo. 

USA Wheelchair Rugby Wins Silver at Tokyo Paralympics

Tokyo - USA Wheelchair Rugby won the silver medal at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo this weekend. After defeating Australia in the semi final game on Saturday the U.S. took on Great Britain in the gold medal game on Sunday. Team USA trailed at halftime by two goals and cut the lead to one goal in the fourth quarter, but crucial turnovers in the final minutes of the game would give Britain the 54-49 win.

The gold medal was the first medal of any kind for Britain in the sport. Jim Roberts led Britain with 24 goals and Josh Wheeler led the U.S. in scoring with 21. Chuck Aoki scored 18.

USA Women Cap Pool Play with Decisive Win Over Algeria

From the onset of the game, Team USA’s offensive sets proved to be effective against Algeria, a team that qualified from the developing African zone. With a 14-0 lead five minutes into the first quarter, Head Coach Trooper Johnson put in his bench to get the young players some meaningful playing time in their first Paralympics.

“We knew we would have opportunities to run

Saturday, August 28, 2021

Team USA Celebrates Silver in Para-Rowing PR3 Mixed Coxed Four

The United States won silver in the Para-rowing PR3 mixed coxed four behind an amazing team effort from Allie Reilly (bow), Danielle Hansen (seat 2), Charley Nordin (seat 3), John Tanguay (stroke) and Karen Petrik (coxswain) that clocked in at 7:20.13 on Sunday at the Sea Forest Waterway. Team USA only trailed Great Britain at 7:09.08 and held an impressive lead over their next closest competitor as France finished third (7:27.04). 

Hansen brings the most experience to the group as a two-time Paralympian who won silver at Rio 2016 in the mixed four while the other four members of the Team USA boat are all making their Paralympic debuts. 

BREAKING NEWS: Paratriathlon’s Gretsch and Norman Collect Gold and Silver for Team USA

Kendall Gretsch pulled off an incredible photo-finish victory clocking in at 1:06:25 while Australian’s Lauren Parker, the reigning world champion, took silver at 1:06:26 in the women’s paratriathlon PTWC2 on Sunday morning at the Odaiba Marine Park. Grace Norman won a silver medal in paratriathlon PTS5 with a time of 1:05:27 to celebrate Team USA’s fifth paratriathlon medal of the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. 

Gretsch jumped out of the water in sixth place

U.S. Sitting Team Comes Together in Win over Rwanda

TOKYO (Aug. 28, 2021) – After three weeks of uncertainty and changes in plans and players, the U.S. Women’s Sitting Team finally hit the court at the 2020 Paralympic Games on Saturday and beat Rwanda 3-0 (25-11, 25-9, 25-11) at the Makuhari Messe event center.


The U.S. Women (1-0) will play China on Monday at 5:30 a.m. ET (6:30 p.m. in Tokyo). The match is scheduled to be live streamed.


The match against Rwanda was the first time the

Sprint Team Closes Out Track Cycling at Tokyo 2020, Road Races Set to Begin August 31

TOKYO - The final day of track cycling featured one race from Team USA at the Izu Velodrome. Two of the three riders on the U.S.’s lone sprint team entered the race as the 2020 world championship bronze medalists in the event.

Joe Berenyi (Aurora, Illinois) and Chris Murphy

Brad Snyder Wins Gold for First U.S. Men's Paratriathlon Medal

brad_snyder_greg_billington_para_gold650x358.jpgSnyder is the first male Paralympic gold medalist in the visually-impaired category, which made its Paralympic debut in Tokyo for the men after the category was only contested for women at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio. (Getty Images)

After earning seven medals in the pool, Snyder made a successful transition to paratriathlon

TOKYO — Competing at his third Paralympic Games, but first in paratriathlon, Brad Snyder (Baltimore, Md.) won the men’s PTVI race Saturday morning at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 with guide Greg Billington (San Francisco, Calif.).

Snyder is the first U.S. man to win a Paralympic

USA Women Fall to China in a Tale of Two Halves

Courtney Ryan paced the United States to a comfortable first half lead against a taller athletic China team. She scored the team’s last eight points of the first quarter and first four points of the second quarter. This scoring combined with strong half-court defense, stifled the Chinese women, holding them to just seven points in the first half (21-7). 

Coach Johnson thought Ryan’s first half was


Amanda Dennis nets both U.S. goals in 3-2 defeat


TOKYO, Japan (Aug. 28, 2021) – The USA Women’s Goalball Team lost its first match of the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games Saturday, dropping a tight, defensive contest to host nation Japan, 3-2, in preliminary-round play at Makuhari Messe Hall C.


After a scoreless opening seven

Allysa Seely, Hailey Danz Repeat As Paralympic Gold and Silver Medalists in Tokyo

2_allysa_seely_hailey_danztokyo650x358.jpgAllysa Seely and Hailey Danz also won gold and silver, respectively, at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. (Joe Kusumoto)

Melissa Stockwell, the 2016 Paralympic bronze medalist, finished fifth

TOKYO — Two-time Paralympians Allysa Seely (Glendale, Ariz.) and Hailey Danz (Colorado Springs, Colo.) earned gold and silver, respectively, in the women’s PTS2 category on Saturday morning in Tokyo to secure the first women’s paratriathlon medals awarded at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Seely and Danz were part of a historic U.S. sweep

Herzog Opens Night Four in the Pool with Paralympic Bronze

Two-time Paralympian Sophia Herzog earned a third-place finish in the 100m breaststroke SB6, touching the wall with a time of 1:36.06 at the Tokyo Aquatics Center Saturday night. Herzog earned a silver medal in the same event at Rio 2016. Great Britain’s Maisie Summers-Newton became the Paralympic champion after setting a Paralympic record in the event with a time of 1:32.34. 

Seidenfeld Sweeps Final Match to Win First Para Table Tennis Gold in 25 Years

Ian Seidenfeld ran the bracket in men’s Para table tennis singles class 6 to win Team USA’s first Paralympic gold in the sport in 25 years. Seidenfeld is following in his father Mitchell’s footsteps who secured Paralympic silver at the Paralympic Games Atlanta 1996, and is the team’s current head coach.

Seidenfeld played a perfect 3-0 sweep against

Jessica Long Wins Gold, Claims 25th Paralympic Medal

Jessica Long, five-time Paralympian and queen of the pool, won her fourth-straight gold in the 200m IM SM8, capturing her 25th Paralympic medal. Her time of 2:41.49 propelled her to a six second victory over the next fastest swimmer. Long’s 25 Paralympic medals put her in elite company with the second most medals in Paralympic history for Team USA and the most decorated athlete currently competing.  

Team USA Advances to Wheelchair Rugby Gold Medal Game set for Aug. 29

Team USA’s wheelchair rugby team edged out Australia, 49-42, in the semifinals on Saturday at the Yoyogi National Stadium to advance to the championship match. The gold medal game is set for Sunday, Aug. 29 at 6 p.m. JST local time. Team USA has graced the podium in every Paralympic Games which the sport was contested and will continue this tradition as they vie for their first Paralympic championship win since Beijing 2008.

Three-time Paralympian Chuck Aoki led with 27

Liza Corso Steals Silver in Women’s 1500m T13

Liza Corso recorded a season-best time of 4:30.67 to claim silver in the women's 1500m T13 on Saturday night at the Tokyo Stadium. Once returning from her Paralympic debut, the 18-year-old will start her first season of Division I college track and field at Lipscomb University this fall.

Ethiopia’s Tigist Gezahagn Menigstu grabbed gold with a 4:23.24 mark that was two seconds off the Paralympic record (4:21.45).

Jessica Long Wins Gold to Capture Her 25th Career Paralympic Games Medal

TOKYO - Jessica Long (Baltimore, Maryland) added to her Paralympic Games accolades by picking up her 14th career gold medal and 25th overall medal with a dominating performance in the women’s 200-meter individual medley SM8 during the fourth night of racing in the Tokyo Aquatic Center.

The five-time Paralympian and most decorated

Scaroni, McFadden take gold, bronze for first U.S. track double podium in Tokyo

TOKYO – Susannah Scaroni (Tekoa, Washington) pulled away from the pack with seven laps to go and found the top of the podium in the women’s 5000-meters T54 final to lead Team USA’s three-medal haul on day two of track and field competition at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020. Scaroni’s training partner and wheelchair racing legend, Tatyana McFadden (Baltimore, Maryland), earned bronze in the race for her 18th Paralympic medal and Team USA’s first double podium in track and field in Tokyo. 

Primarily known as a marathoner, Scaroni said

USA Went Down to the Wire with Rival Great Britain

Fourth quarter heroics by Jake Williams was not enough to bolster the Americans past the defending World Champions, Great Britain. Williams delivered 12 of Team USA’s 19 points in the fourth quarter against the British.

“I tried to stay in the moment and take what the defense gives me. If they leave me open, I’m probably gonna make it,” said Williams.

USA needed Williams’ performance to anchor

USA Wheelchair Rugby Advances to Gold Medal Game in Tokyo

Tokyo - USA Wheelchair Rugby will now play for gold after a sweet 49-42 victory over Australia in the semifinal game at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo. The win was redemption for the U.S. who lost to the Aussies in double-overtime at the 2016 Paralympic Games in Rio. The Americans will face Great Britain in the gold medal game who defeated Japan 55-49 in the other semifinal game.

Chuck Aoki scored 27 points in the game, topping

Friday, August 27, 2021


TOKYO, Japan – The long-awaited Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games finally opened the archery competition today in Yumenoshima Park. The weather was hot and the scores were hotter as 9 Paralympic records fell with archers shooting leagues better than ever before.

USA’s W1 archer Lia Coryell has held out hope

Robert Griswold’s World Record Leads Team USA’s Four-Medal Night

TOKYO — Robert Griswold (Freehold, New Jersey) and Mallory Weggemann (Eagan, Minnesota) lead the way for Team USA’s four medal haul on the third night of racing at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 inside the Tokyo Aquatic Center.

Griswold set the tone for the Americans with

BREAKING NEWS: Three Paratriathlon Medals including Double Gold Kick off Day 3 for Team USA

The dynamic duo of Allysa Seely and Hailey Danz won gold and silver, respectfully, in the women’s paratriathlon PTS2 as the pair repeated their incredible medal performances from the Paralympic Games Rio 2016. Brad Snyder dominated the men’s paratriathlon PTVI1 to become the Paralympic champion and the first-ever men’s triathlon gold medalist in Paralympic and Olympic history. This morning’s first place finish on Saturday at the Odaiba Marine Park becomes Snyder’s eighth Paralympic medal. 

Seely defender her title as the reigning

U.S. Paralympic Triathlon Team Ready to Race at Tokyo 2020 Paralympics

The races on both days will be broadcast live on the Olympic Channel and will also be available via livestream on the NBC Sports App and NBCOlympics.com.

17 athletes will represent Team USA, including Rio 2016 medalists Allysa Seely, Grace Norman, Hailey Danz and Melissa Stockwell.

TOKYO — Triathlon competition is ready to get underway at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, as 17 athletes representing Team USA will compete in seven categories across two days of racing at Odaiba Marine Park. Allysa Seely (Glendale, Ariz.), Grace Norman (Jamestown, Ohio), Hailey Danz (Colorado Springs, Colo.) and Melissa Stockwell (Colorado Springs, Colo.), the U.S. medal winners from the 2016 Rio Paralympic Games, will all race in Tokyo to defend their hardware.

Competition begins on Friday, Aug. 27 at 5:30

Mayhugh Becomes First-time Paralympic Champion in Record Time at Track Stadium

First-time Paralympian Nick Mayhugh impressed in record fashion with a gold medal in the men’s 100m T37 tonight at the Tokyo Stadium speeding to a time of 10.95. Mayhugh set a world record and Paralympic record en route to the first Paralympic medal of his career.

The now-Paralympic champion broke his previous world record that he set this morning during the preliminary heats (10.97).


U.S. men fall to host Japan


TOKYO, Japan (Aug. 27, 2021) – The USA Women’s Goalball improved to 2-0 at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games with a convincing 10-0 victory over Egypt on Friday at Makuhari Messe Hall C. The American squad built a 9-0 halftime lead before scoring the clincher three minutes into the second half to end the contest on the 10-goal gap.


Amanda Dennis (Peachtree City, Ga.) led the

Track and Field Veterans Martin and Gillette Secure Silver Medals

Raymond Martin took home a Paralympic silver in the men's 400m T51 and current world record holder Lex Gillette added an astonishing fifth silver medal to his collection in men's long jump T11 on Friday night at the Tokyo Stadium. 

Martin posted a season-best time of 55.59, that

Weggemann and Lettenberger Bring 1-2 Punch in Women’s 200m IM SM7

Three-time Paralympian Mallory Weggemann picked up her first medal of the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 after winning gold in the women's 200m individual medley SM7.

Weggemann’s swim set a Paralympic record in

Roxanne Trunnell Secures the Grade I Individual Para Dressage Gold Medal

Roxanne Trunnell and Dolton secure the gold medal in Grade I individual dressage with 81.464%, marking the first individual dressage gold medal at an Olympic or Paralympic Games for Team USA since Atlanta 1996.

The two-time Paralympian claims her first medal at the Games after placing 10th at Rio 2016.

Griswold and Long Add to Team USA’s Swimming Medal Count

Two-time Paralympian Robert Griswold won Team USA’s third gold medal and clocked a world record with a time of 1:02.55 in the men’s 100m backstroke S8. Griswold first experienced the glory of standing on the Paralympic podium

Serio, Team USA Co-Captain, Set the Tone in Comfortable Win over Iran

Serio came out with a look of determination to start the game, and clearly wanted to ensure he had a direct impact offensively.


“Everyone knows we had a tough game against Germany yesterday, so I just wanted to come out assertive and give my teammates a little more confidence,” said Serio.


He sure did as he approached a triple double (12

USA Wheelchair Rugby Advances to Semi Finals Undefeated

Tokyo - The United States finished out pool play today at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 undefeated after their win over Great Britain, 50-48. Top scorers for the U.S. were Chuck Aoki (Minneapolis, MN) with 20 and Josh Wheeler (Tucson, AZ)  with 14 .

Taking the first try of the game, Great Britain

Thursday, August 26, 2021

Hollermann and Balanced Scoring Fuel Lopsided Victory for USA Women

In a bounce back game against Spain, seven women contributed to the scoring for the Americans, and it was Rose Hollermann who stuffed the stat sheet with 20 points, 11 rebounds and 8 assists. From the outset of the game, Hollermann appeared to be intent on asserting her will on the opposition. She started the game in a double big set on the right wing with Natalie Schneider, and when the Spanish defenders opted not to jump her, she wasted no time to go into her shooting motion and delivered the ball perfectly through the net. She followed up with the exact same set on the next play and, when the defenders jumped, she made the next read in the progression delivering a timely pass to Schneider for the layup.

With the exception of a brief 30 second window

Pagonis and Pergolini Pick Up a Pair of Gold Medals and World Records for Team USA

TOKYO — In their first Paralympic debut, Anastasia Pagonis (Long Island, New York) and Gia Pergolini (Atlanta, Georgia) collected Team USA’s first gold medals from inside the Tokyo Aquatic Center with a pair of world record performances on the second day of competition at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Pagonis, who set a Paralympic record earlier in

USA Wheelchair Rugby Defeats Canada in Game 2 in Tokyo

Tokyo, Japan - In its second match of the Paralympic Games in Tokyo the USA Wheelchair Rugby team found itself trailing Canada in the first half. Both teams strangely started the game in dark jerseys, Canada in black and USA in blue. In the second half the USA came out of the locker room in white jerseys. You might say the color change sparked the team because the U.S. turned things around in the final two quarters. They took advantage of some Canada turnovers and made some incredible passes and catches to defeat Canada 58-54. The win improved their record to 2-0. Team USA will take on Great Britain on Thursday night (U.S. Time) hoping to remain undefeated in pool play.

Paralympic Rowing Gets Underway Friday Morning in Tokyo

Paralympic Rowing Gets Underway
Friday Morning in Tokyo

All four U.S. crews will take to the water on Friday morning starting at 9:30 a.m. local time (8:30 p.m. ET on Thursday) as racing at the Sea Forest Waterway gets underway at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.
The U.S. will have crews competing in each boat

World Record Holder Gia Pergolini Wins Gold in 100m Back

17-year-old Gia Pergolini made a splash in her Paralympic debut, breaking the world record – twice – in the women’s 100m backstroke S13 on the second day of the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.


Pergolini opened the competition with a world

Anastasia Pagonis Breaks World Record to Win Team USA’s First Gold in Tokyo

 In world record fashion, Anastasia Pagonis broke her own world record en route to becoming Team USA’s first Paralympic champion after a first-place finish in the women’s 400m freestyle S11 on Thursday at the Tokyo Aquatics Center.

Pagonis first broke the world record during the U.S. Team Trials in Minneapolis, Minn. on June 17, 2021, with a time of 4:56.16 and shattered her own record with a 4:54.49 mark while making her Paralympic debut. 

Visit the 2020 U.S. Olympic Team microsite for athlete rosters, biographies and delegations facts, and follow @TeamUSA and @USOPC_News on Twitter for updates throughout the Games.


Opening match of Tokyo 2020 tournament goes to U.S., 8-6


TOKYO, Japan (Aug. 26, 2021) – The USA Men’s Goalball Team served notice they are a force to be reckoned with in the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games goalball competition as they opened with an 8-6 victory over defending world champion Brazil on Thursday at Makuhari Messe Hall C. The win came a day after Brazil defeated defending Paralympic champion Lithuania, 11-2.


The game also marked the Paralympic Games

USA Men fend off an aggressive German squad in their opening game

Out of necessity, the first game was a feeling out process to say the least. Neither team shot well from the field, with the Americans registering a scant 33% field goal percentage in the first quarter. It would be the defensive speed and switching of the team that allowed them to remain close in throughout the first half.  That defensive intensity led to a similarly low shooting percentage for Germany with the exception of the 3-ball. Tommy Böhme (long time teammate of Michael Paye at RSV Lahn-Dill in Wetzlar, Germany) contributed to a 56% 3-point performance in the half.

USA Head Coach, Ron Lykins, made various line-

Wednesday, August 25, 2021


Rematch of Rio 2016 bronze medal game once again goes in U.S. favor


TOKYO, Japan (Aug. 25, 2021) – Picking right up where they left off five years ago, the USA Women’s Goalball Team opened the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games with a 6-4 victory over Brazil. The game was a rematch of the bronze-medal contest at the Rio 2016 Paralympics, where the American squad also prevailed, 3-2.


Five of the six members of the U.S. team in Tokyo

Elizabeth Marks Tallies Team USA’S First Medal in the Pool on Opening Night in Tokyo

Elizabeth Marks Tallies Team USA’S First Medal in the Pool on Opening Night in Tokyo

TOKYO — Three-time Paralympian Elizabeth Marks (Colorado Springs, Colorado) dashed to a silver medal in the women’s 50-meter freestyle S6 final after touching the wall in 33.15 on day one of the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020.

Marks, who won a gold medal in the 100-meter backstroke and a

Millage, Flood to Join U.S. Paralympic Sitting Team in Tokyo

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Aug. 25, 2021) – Two players and a member of team support will join the U.S. Women’s Sitting Volleyball Team at the Paralympic Games in Tokyo this week.


Alternates Nichole Millage and Annie Flood

USA Wheelchair Rugby Wins First Match in Tokyo

The USA Wheelchair Rugby team topped New Zealand 63-35 in their first match of the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.

The Americans entered the game with three of their top four scorers from 2016 —Aoki, Josh Wheeler and Kory Puderbaugh — but it was Joe Delagrave, making his first Paralympic team since London, who scored the first try in Tokyo. 

The second try was scored by Aoki and by the

Three-time Paralympic Medalist Marks claims silver in the pool on day one

Two-time Paralympian Elizabeth Marks took home the silver medal in the women's 50m freestyle S6 with a time of 33.15 on Wednesday evening at the Tokyo Aquatics Center.

Marks broke the Paralympic record during

USA Women test The Netherlands in their Paralympic opener

Team USA faced off against the reigning World Champions and came out shooting the ball at a torrid rate, led by Lindsey Zurbrugg. Zurbrugg is one of nine first time Paralympians on the USA roster, but she came out with the confidence of a veteran. She notched 18 points in the first half of the opener and did it from a variety of locations on the court. The US led at the half, 34-38.

When asked how she approached her first


Farmers® expands its commitment to help grow diversity in the game of golf through new relationship with the BCGCA focused on supporting and developing college and amateur athletes


WOODLAND HILLS, Calif., August 25, 2021 – Farmers Insurance® and the Black College Golf Coaches Association (BCGCA) today announced Farmers® as the presenting sponsor of four BCGCA events occurring in 2021-2022, the latest in a series of actions Farmers has taken to help support and grow diversity in professional golf. The Black College Golf Coaches Association’s mission is to enhance and preserve Black college golf programs by fostering the development of coaches and players.


Farmers® is the first sponsor that the BCGCA has

Tuesday, August 24, 2021

U-22 USMNT Top Trinidad & Tobago in JPAC Pool Play

SANTIAGO, Chile – In their second pool game of the 2021 Junior Pan American Championship, taking place at the Prince of Wales Country Club in Santiago, Chile, the U.S. U-22 Men’s National Team topped Trinidad and Tobago in a high pressure match. Tied heading into the final quarter, USA found the game winner with five minutes to go to secure the 3-2 win.


"Trinidad gave us a good game," said Pat Harris,

Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020: Boat-by-Boat Preview

Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020: Boat-by-Boat Preview

Rowing events at the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020 get underway on Friday at the Sea Forest Waterway in Tokyo, Japan.

The U.S. will have crews competing in all four boat classes including the PR1 men's single sculls, PR1 women's single sculls, PR2 mixed double sculls and PR3 mixed four with coxswain. In 2016, the Americans won silver in the PR3 mixed four.
Heats will be held on Friday, August 27, with

USA Volleyball Adds Salt Lake City to Girls Qualifier Roster

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Aug. 23, 2021) – There’s a new girls qualifier in town with a Western attitude.

The Salt Lake City Showdown Girls Junior

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Monday, August 23, 2021

U-22 USMNT Defeated in Tight Match Against Argentina in JPAC Opener

SANTIAGO, Chile – At the Prince of Wales Country Club in Santiago, Chile, the U.S. U-22 Men’s National Team fell in a hard-fought, tight loss to Argentina in their 2021 Junior Pan American Championship opener. Unable to capitalize on multiple scoring chances, Los Leones made the most of their opportunities winning 2-0.


"I think we had a good start," said Pat Harris, U-

U-22 USWNT Finish Top of JPAC Pool with High Scoring Win Over Trinidad & Tobago

SANTIAGO, Chile – In their second pool game of the 2021 Junior Pan American Championship, taking place at the Prince of Wales Country Club in Santiago, Chile, the U.S. U-22 Women’s National Team used a strong scoring performance to beat Trinidad and Tobago. Six different athletes contributed to the 15-0 score, powered by five from Charlotte De Vries (Malvern, Pa.), to secure the top finish in Pool B.


"I am really proud of the team for achieving

Chuck Aoki and Melissa Stockwell selected as U.S. Flag Bearers for Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020

TOKYO – Wheelchair rugby player Chuck Aoki, a two-time Paralympic medalist, and paratriathlete Melissa Stockwell, Paralympic bronze medalist, were selected as Team USA’s flag bearers for the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympic Games Tokyo 2020, the United States Olympic & Paralympic Committee announced today. The Opening Ceremony will be held Tuesday, August 24 at Tokyo Stadium.

Aoki and Stockwell were chosen by a vote of

U.S. Men Beat Guatemala; Will Play for 5th at NORCECA

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (Aug. 22, 2021) – The U.S. Men’s National Team will play for fifth place at the NORCECA Continental Championship after beating Guatemala on Sunday in a classification match, 3-1 (23-25, 25-22, 25-19, 33-31).


The young U.S. team (3-2) of mostly college

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Sunday, August 22, 2021


SANTIAGO, Chile – To open their 2021 Junior Pan American Championship campaign, the U.S. U-22 Women’s National Team took on the host nation at the Prince of Wales Country Club in Santiago, Chile. USA used a fast start in the first and second quarters to defeat Chile, 2-1, in their first pool play game.


“Winning the first game of a big tournament

RCN Worldwide Media: Olympic Champion Kristian Blummenfelt surges into ...

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RCN Worldwide Media: Samsung Paralympic Vloggers to bring unique athlet...

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RCN Worldwide Media: Csongor Lehmann finds his perfect timing to win U2...

RCN Worldwide Media: Csongor Lehmann finds his perfect timing to win U2...:   A finely timed effort from  Csongor Lehmann  saw the Hungarian go one better than his 2019 silver to win the U23 World title at the World ...

Friday, August 20, 2021

RCN Worldwide Media: Tokyo 2020 Paralympics set to break all broadcast ...

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Hulu Original Documentary HOMEROOM // Soundtrack & Music Video Release






Album is accompanied by a new music video for the original song 

“LOOK AT US” by Goapele featuring Rexx Life Raj, available now.

“This unique soundtrack reflects the story of the film “Homeroom”

WATER POLO: USA Men's Junior World Championship Roster Announced

Irvine, CA - August 19 - The USA Men's Junior National Team roster has been announced for the upcoming FINA Men's Junior World Championship (U20) starting later this month in Prague, Czech Republic. Head Coach Jack Kocur will lead 13 of the top up and coming collegiate athletes from around the country into action starting on August 28. Team USA was drawn into

Disney Branded Television Developing Original Movie ‘From the Desk of Zoe Washington,’ Based on the Critically Acclaimed Book

Kerry Washington, Pilar Savone, and Effie Brown to Produce


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Disney Branded Television is developing the original movie “From the Desk of Zoe Washington,” based on the critically acclaimed book from debut author Janae Marks. Multiple award-winning actress Kerry Washington (ABC’s “Scandal”) and Academy

Disney Branded Television Announces All-New Kids Programming Content for Fall and Winter 2021 at the Television Critics Association Summer Press Tour

From Disney Branded Television August 18th:


Disney Channel Original Movies
'Under Wraps,' FRIDAY, OCT. 1
'Christmas Again,' FRIDAY, DEC. 3

Disney Channel Animated Series
'The Ghost and Molly McGee,' FRIDAY, OCT. 1

Disney Junior Holiday Movies
'Mickey's Tale of Two Witches,' THURSDAY, OCT. 7
'Mickey and Minnie Wish Upon a Christmas,' THURSDAY, DEC. 2


Disney Branded Television*

Today, Disney Branded Television unveiled its fall and winter premiere dates for new original movies and series on Disney Channel and Disney Junior.

Halloween and Christmas will come early this

Thursday, August 19, 2021

RCN America - Kentucky: United Customers Can Now Access 3,000 COVID Testin...

RCN America - Kentucky: United Customers Can Now Access 3,000 COVID Testin...: Airline's digital channels now offer customers easy access to more than 3,000 testing locations via Accenture and CLX Health's Trust...

RCN Worldwide Media: Blocked Airline Funds Could Slow Recovery

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RCN Worldwide Media: Shortlists for men’s and women’s Coach of the Year...

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RCN America - NY: GMA Digital Exclusive: Mindy Kaling talks body con...

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U.S. Men Get Past Guatemala at NORCECA Championship

The U.S. Men’s National Team competing at the NORCECA Continental Championship got past Guatemala, 3-2 (24-26, 25-23, 23-25, 25-20, 15-10) on Wednesday in Durango, Mexico.


The U.S. Men (1-0) will continue pool play on

RCN America - DC: New Innovations Bolster American Workforce and Adv...

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Wednesday, August 18, 2021

RCN Worldwide Media: The 2021 U23 World crowns are up for grab in Edmonton

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Produced by Plimsoll Productions, National Geographic Teams Up Again with Climber Alex Honnold, subject of Oscar® Winner “Free Solo,” for Adrenaline-Fueled Climbing Quest – Scaling the Impossible Walls and Most Dangerous and Remote Peaks of Greenland – All in the Name of Science


BURBANK, Calif. (Aug. 18, 2021) -- Today, Disney+ announced the greenlight of the three-part original docu-series from National Geographic, “On the Edge with Alex Honnold.” Produced by Plimsoll Productions, “On the Edge with Alex Honnold” sees Honnold embark on a lifelong dream - an epic climbing quest across the remotest and toughest walls and peaks of Greenland, a country on the frontline of the climate crisis.


Honnold, subject of white-knuckled Oscar®-