By United States Olympic Committee | May 09, 2017, 12:24 p.m. (ET)
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The duos of Phil Dalhausser and Nick Lucena, and Emily Day and Brittany Hochevar won AVP Open titles in Huntington Beach, California.
Highlighted by a gold medal from Virginia Fuchs (51 kg.), three Americans medaled at the Feliks Stamm Tournament in Warsaw, Poland.
Connor Fields claimed bronze at the UCI BMX Supercross World Cup in Papendal, Netherlands.
Ryan Hawkins and Jordan Windle (men’s 10-meter synchro) finished second at the FINA Grand Prix in San Juan, Puerto Rico.
The U.S. show jumping team won the silver medal at the FEI Nations Cup CSIO4* in Xalapa, Mexico.
Three individuals placed among the top 10, while the U.S. men’s foil team earned bronze at the FIE World Cup in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
Courtney Hurley finished eighth in epee at the FIE World Cup in Rio de Janeiro.
U.S. athletes won 12 gold medals, including a world record in the men’s compound open team event, at the Copa Juan Enrique Barrios world ranking event in Barceloneta, Puerto Rico.
McKenna Dahl (mixed 10-meter air rifle) finished fourth and Marco De La Rosa (men’s 10-meter air pistol) finished sixth at the World Shooting Para Sport Grand Prix in Szczecin, Poland.
John Graves finished eighth in men’s single sculls at World Cup 1 in Belgrade, Serbia.
Chase Kalisz, Katie Ledecky and Simone Manuel secured multiple victories to highlight the Arena Pro Swim Series in Atlanta.
Track and Field:
Michelle Carter (shot put), Kendra Harrison (100-meter hurdles) and Christian Taylor (triple jump) claimed victories at the IAAF Diamond League event in Doha, Qatar.
The U.S. women’s team claimed silver at the FINA Intercontinental Tournament in Davis, California.
The U.S. women’s team and quad team claimed bronze at the World Team Cup in Alghero, Sardinia.
Eight Americans finished first at the Pan American Championships in Salvador Da Bahia, Brazil.
Also This Week:
Johnny Gaudreau’s two goals propelled the U.S. Men’s National Ice Hockey Team to a 4-3 win over Sweden to improve Team USA’s record to 2-1 at the IIHF Men’s World Championship in Cologne, Germany, which continues through May 21…In tennis, 14 American athletes advanced to the round of 32 at the Madrid Open, which continues through May 14…Connor Gioffreda broke two American records and a world record at the Para Swimming Open in Cincinnati.
Team USA Broadcast Schedule:
|5/10||10 a.m.||Ice Hockey||IIHF Men’s World Hockey Championships (USA vs. Italy)||NBCSN|
|5/10||10 p.m.||Rugby||Varsity Cup Rugby Episode 1||Universal HD|
|5/12||8 a.m.||Weightlifting||2017 USA Weightlifting National Championships||TeamUSA.org|
|5/12||6 p.m.||Cycling||UCI Mountain Bike World Cup||Universal HD|
|5/13||7 a.m.||Track and Field||IAAF Diamond League Shanghai||Universal HD|
|5/13||8 a.m.||Weightlifting||2017 USA Weightlifting National Championships||TeamUSA.org|
|5/13||9:30 a.m.||Cycling||UCI Mountain Bike World Cup||Universal HD|
|5/13||12 p.m.||Golf||2017 Players Championship||NBC|
|5/13||6 p.m.||Beach Volleyball||USA Volleyball Collegiate Beach Championships||NBCSN|
|5/13||7:30 p.m.||Track and Field||IAAF Diamond League Shanghai||NBCSN|
|5/13||10:30 p.m.||Ice Hockey||IIHF Men’s World Hockey Championship (USA vs. Latvia)||NBCSN|
|5/14||8:30 a.m.||Weightlifting||2017 USA Weightlifting National Championships||TeamUSA.org|
|5/14||12 p.m.||Golf||2017 Players Championship||NBC|
|5/14||3:30 p.m.||Cycling||Amgen Tour of California, Stage 1||NBCSN|
|5/15||12 a.m.||Ice Hockey||IIHF Men’s World Hockey Championship (USA vs. Slovakia)||NBCSN|
|5/15||2 a.m.||Cycling||Amgen Tour of California, Stage 1||NBCSN|
|5/15||12 p.m.||Rugby||Rugby Sevens World Series Paris||NBCSN|
|5/15||5:30 p.m.||Cycling||Amgen Tour of California, Stage 2||NBCSN|
|5/15||8 p.m.||Triathlon||ITU World Triathlon Yokohama||Universal HD|