Jump to content

Welcome to Totallympics, the home of Olympic Sports!

Register now to gain access to all of our features. Once registered and logged in, you will be able to create topics, post replies to existing threads, give reputation to other members, get your own private messenger, manage your profile and so much more. This message will be removed once you have signed in.

Login | Create an Account


Sign in to follow this  
wpwells

United States National Thread | Road to Tokyo 2020

Recommended Posts

Rdbc    35
Posted (edited)

:USA  Week in Summer #4 - United States  :USA

April 1st - April 8th 

 

 

Archery

The 2018 Archery World Cup starts next week in Shanghai, but this week we saw some of our top Archers compete at the USAT #1 AAE Arizona Cup 

 

Men's Recurve

In the Qualification Round we saw Brady Ellison top the charts with a score of 670 which is expected as he is the best American Recurve Archer! 2nd in the Qualification Round was Matthew Nofel who got a score of 654. In third was Jack Williams with a score of 651!

The final four archers were Brady Ellison, Matthew Nofel, Adam Heidt, and Jack Williams. Brady Ellison ended up winning 1st place and Matthew Nofel got 2nd, which is great for an 18 year old! Gotta watch out for him. and 3rd place went to Jack Williams. 

5aca86bc5e1f2_ArizonaCup2.thumb.jpg.4ec8ec20c71232456ee7663c8845452d.jpg

 

 

Women's Recurve

The Qualification Round for the Women went as expected Mackenzie Brown got rank 1 with a score of 635, Khatuna Lorig got rank 2nd with a score of 634 and LaNola Pritchard got rank 3rd with a score of 629. 

To the surprise of many the final four archers were Mackenzie Brown, Khatuna Lorig, Casey Kaufhold, and Ana Umer. Mackenzie Brown got 1st, Kahtuna Lorig got 2nd, and 14 year old Casey Kaufhold got 3rd!

2018AZcup-Day2-06301-X3.thumb.jpg.8c652fbb4c7f7bc5371d96cd928692ba.jpg

 

 

 

 

 

 

Badminton

No major Badminton events took place this week

 

 

 

Basketball

 

 

Men's

The 2018-20 Men's National Team Roster was Announced on Friday! 

Harrison Barnes (Dallas Mavericks)

Bradley Beal (Washington Wizards)

Devin Booker (Phoenix Suns)

Jimmy Butler (Minnesota Timberwolves)

Mike Conley Jr. (Memphis Grizzlies)

DeMarcus Cousins (New Orleans Pelicans)

Stephen Curry (Golden State Warriors)

Anthony Davis (New Orleans Pelicans)

DeMar DeRozan (Toronto Raptors)

Andre Drummond (Detroit Pistons)

Kevin Durant (Golden State Warriors)

Paul George (Oklahoma City Thunder)

Eric Gordon (Huston Rockets)

Draymond Green (Golden State Warriors)

Blake Griffin (Detroit Pistons)

James Harden (Houston Rockets)

Tobias Harris (Los Angeles Clippers)

Gordon Hayward (Boston Celtics)

Kyrie Irving (Boston Celtics)

LeBron James (Clevland Cavaliers)

DeAndre Jordan (Los Angeles Clippers)

Kawai Leonard (San Antonio Spurs)

Damian Lillard (Portland Trail Blazers)

Kevin Love (Cleveland Cavaliers)

Kyle Lowry (Toronto Raptors)

CJ McCollum (Portland Trailblazers)

Khris Middleton (Milwaukee Bucks)

Victor Oladipo (Toronto Rapids)

Chris Paul (Houston Rockets)

Isaiah Thomas (Los Angeles Lakers)

Klay Thompson (Golden State Warriors)

Myles Turner (Indiana Packers)

Kemba Walker (Charlotte Hornets)

John Wall (Washington Wizards)

Russel Westbrook (Oklahoma City Thunder) 

The Roster is 35 players, 17 of which are Olympic Gold Medalists and 29 are past members of the USA Men's National Team pool. These 35 players are expected to attend the July 25-27 USA Men's National Team minicamp in Las Vegas. It's expected that the official 12-member 2019 USA World Cup and 2020 U.S. Olympic teams, should the USA qualify compete in China and Tokyo will be compromised of 12 of these 35 players. The next Men's game is on June 28th vs Mexico

5aca8e34b7c9a_HoldingJerseys.jpg.b3db13b1735bd0352491815842f6e767.jpg

 

 

 

Cycling

No top Americans competed/No Major events

 

 

 

 

Canoe

Still figuring all this Canoe stuff out!

 

 

 

Diving

No events this week the 2018 FINA Diving World Series picks back up in 2 weeks!

 

 

 

Field Hockey

The 2018 Women's Field Hockey World Cup takes place in 2 weeks here is their group, the USA Women are currently ranked 7th so if rankings are correct on finishes we will place 2nd in the group stage. 

5aca98440dc3f_GroupStage.png.75b014fec3d6bdce2ca2c193895865ac.png

 

 

 

 

Water Polo

Men's

The 2018 Men's Water Polo World League took place this week and USA went 4-0 in their group beating Japan, New Zealand, China, and Saudi-Arabia! With this great finish we qualify to the Super Final on June 18-23. We also beat the top team from Group A (Australia) and beat them 9-6 to secure 1st place overall in the World League! 

5aca9661da942_GroupFinished.png.12380b5b81497dfb47fedf815b3886ea.png

 

Women's

The 2018 Women's Water Polo World League also took place this week and the Women's team went 1-1 in their group qualifying them for the Quarterfinals. 

5aca97714ad2e_WomensGroup.png.023ee46782422f251663cd9b4c73deb7.png

 

We then saw the Women's dominated the competition and end up winning this stage of the World League, they are now qualified for the Super Final! 

 

5aca97c6b9b1f_WomensBracket.png.71354c71e6891aad1ae24f23ac46af87.png

 

 

 

 

NOTE: Much more indepth this week (I can still add more though) I'm currently on Spring Break this week but I will be in Las Vegas until Thursday. Expect next weeks post to have lots of more information as I will be able to do much more sports! 

 

Edited by Rdbc

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Rdbc    35

:USA  Week in Summer #5 - United States  :USA

April 8th - April 15th 

 

 

Archery

No Archery news this week were just waiting for the 2018 Archery World Cup to start on April 23rd!

 

 

 

 

Badminton

No major Badminton events took place this week

 

 

Baseball

No Baseball news or events this week

 

 

 

Basketball

 

Women's

The USA Women's National Team is set to face China in Exhibition Game on April 26th in Seattle! Prior to the April 26th game the USA team will train on the 24th and 25th in preparation for the 2018 FIBA World Cup which will be in Sept. 22-30 in Spain. Here is the 2018-20 USA Basketball Women's National Team 

5ad3c3fa1e0a6_NationalTeam.png.b90b6b9decd00199e61229496fa44b61.png

 

 

 

 

Cycling

Road - UCI World Tour

 

Men's

Amstel Gold Race

We just had one major finish this race with Lawson Craddock finishing in 9th place earning 100 points moving him to 666th place in the World Ranking and 96th in the UCI World Tour Ranking! 

 

5ad3c70e4a534_LawsonCraddock1.thumb.jpg.4689f953e6763a6a729ba53d18adf8ba.jpg

 

 

Women's

Amstel Gold Race

Alexis Ryan one of our current best Road cycler competed in this event and placed 5th giving her 85 points and moving her up 3 spots to 10th place in the Women's World Tour Rankings, and to 29th place in the World Rankings! Here is an update on where our USA Women stand in the Road World Rankings.

5ad3c824afbba_WorldRankings1.thumb.png.89b62ecb7de9f864dde0ceb59b42c898.png 

 

 

 

 

 

Canoe

No news this week I hate the USA Canoe website so difficult to find information! 

 

 

 

 

Diving

Still waiting for the 3rd stage of the FINA Diving World Series to start back up in Montreal on April 27-29! 

 

 

 

 

 

Field Hockey

Women's

The Women's team completed their final match of their test series against 15 ranked Chile with a 1-1 tie. The Women's team will travel to Tucuman, Argentina from June 10-17 for a five-game test series against the host country as their final preparation before the Women's Hockey World Cup in London in July!

 

Chilie.jpg.7b4cd3bb0f90dbc8758737e965d7904e.jpg

 

 

 

 

Water Polo

No news this week

 

 

 

NOTE: Back from vacation, in the next two weeks there will be much more events I think because of the commonwealth games there was a pause in lots of the events! 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Rdbc    35

:USA  Week in Summer #6 - United States  :USA

April 15th - April 29th

 

 

Archery

2018 Archery World Cup - Stage 1 (Shanghai)

Men's Recurve

Qualification Round

The Qualification Round went great for Brady Ellison placing 3rd behind him was his teammates Jack Williams (54th), Matthew Requa (68th) and Thomas Standwood (87th).

5ae64e9296617_MensRecurveQualification.png.b6f23067994747d170d186684944ed53.png

 

Bracket Round - Matthew Requa

At the top of the Bracket Matthew Requa (68) got placed against Oibek Saidiyev (45) and ended up winning which was a great upset for him! The next round he got placed against Zurab Mestvirishvili (93) and ended up winning that match 6-2! Moving onto the 3rd round Matthew got paired up against Mateusz Ogrodowczyk (61) and upset him in a close match with a final score of 6-5. On the 4th Round Matthew got placed against Taylor Worth (4) and ended up loosing 4-6 overall it was a good finish for Matthew as he was ranked 68 after qualification round.

5ae650377f431_MatthewRequa1.png.ff968c85e0d5222af965b1d5319792d0.png 5ae650407ff41_MatthewRequa2.png.0943414a8bbb588277878703684fd7a6.png

 

Bracket Round - Brady Ellison

Brady Ellison got a first and second round bye as he was ranked 3rd after qualification round. In the 3rd round he faced against Faith Bozlar (78) and won that match 6-2. On the 4th round Brady won against Denis Gankin (19) 6-5 in a very close match. Moving onto the Quarter Finals Brady played against Mauro Nespoli (22) and won again 6-5. In the Semi finals Brady was against Lee Woo Seok (2) and won 6-5! Moving onto the finals Brady Ellison played against Kim Woojin (1) and endded up loosing 6-2 overall it was a very good showing from Brady and he ended up getting the silver medal! 

5ae65180e3217_BradyEllison1.png.a2e32df77a0cc7d4f78e09cf4e9942eb.png5ae6518744829_BradyEllison2.png.a24fc0bae767915f94201676a82b180b.png5ae65193f16cc_BradyEllison3.png.84441749f7cbd01a901c9d0f25658111.png

 

Bracket Round - Jack Williams

Jack started out his bracket stage run going against Yuriy Havelko (59) and won that match. Sadly, Jack lost the 2nd round match against Steve Wijler (11) 5-6.

5ae652434b89a_JackWilliams1.png.d3717ce153df819bdedf83debf80e82b.png

 

Bracket Round - Thomas Stanwood

Thomas lost his first round match up against Kuraya Tomoaki (26) of Japan

5ae65285bf316_ThomasStandwood1.png.63c45eed42b619234d080acc8a8aea5d.png

 

Men's Recurve Team

We ended up with a 8th after the qualification round which let us get a 1st round bye in the bracket stage. After our Bye round we got matched up against Italy (9) beating them 5-4! After that we had the hardest match as we played #1 ranked Korea loosing 0-6

5ae6532e1acb3_RecurveMenTeam.png.92ef51a6bc33ab3a3e8b67df8a1101de.png

Women's Recurve

Qualification Round

We didn't have the best of Qualification Round for the Women but we can only go up from here! Our highest ranked was Khatuna Lorig with 43rd! 

Qualfiication.png.45b155135b65fda97901c94f41a84699.png

 

Bracket Round - Mackenzie Brown

Our currently highest ranked archer Mackenzie Brown had to face Celmence Tellier (64) first round and ended up winning 7-1. In the 2nd round Mackenzie got beat by Kawanaka Kaori 0-6. This was not the best of Mackenzie's performances so hopefully the stage of World Cup she can improve!

5ae65466e9ed5_MackenzieBrown1.png.d6f211eef726e5dd2b271978054f9354.png

 

Bracket Round - Khatuna Lorig

Khatuna Lorig also had an underwhelming performance as she got knocked out 1st round by Luiza Saidiyeva (70) 3-7.

 

5ae654ed1a39e_KhatunaLorig.png.4172e3079cd07794e15ff0d44069f3f4.png

 

Bracket Round - La Nola Shepherd

La Nola also didn't do well as she got beat 1st round by Alexandra Longova (42)

5ae65528dc74a_LaNolaShepherd1.png.3696c56c019241c5bee83a3dc73f3d26.png

 

Bracket Round - Erin Mickelberry

Lastly, Erin Mickelberry got upset by Alicia Marin (50) 1-7!

 

5ae65564eaeec_ErinMickleberry.png.e5fc98a9d63dbf00b3b029dec6fe49cb.png

 

 

Women's Recurve Team

Somehow our Women's Team actually put on a good show so something good came out of them! We got ranked 19th which is not the best but ended up beating Russia and Georgia! 

 

5ae655c3c40b4_WomensTeam.png.a237a27f695d274dccdc19a0ff63e660.png

 

 

Mixed Recurve Team

Our Mixed Recurve Team also performed quite well we ended the qualification round ranked 11th and 1st round beat Thailand (22) 5-4. In the 2nd round we also beat China (6) 6-2! 3rd round we did a great upset against India (3)! Sadly though we lost the Semifinal to Turkey and the bronze medal match against Indonesia! Either way we proved our Mixed Team can compete quite well! 

5ae6565b8de96_Shanghai1.png.7adf55d8face8faf468da80c0003b097.png5ae6567645410_Shanghai2.png.13e2fa54965b744d75c2e251cd01f17b.png

 

 

Badminton

Pan Am Badminton Championship

 

Men's Doubles

Great to see Ryan and Phillip Chew competing again and they did great! They made it to the finals but ended up loosing to team Canada.

1.png.f8a4aa042fe559884a041bebcafac77e.png

 

 

Basketball

 

Women's

The USA Women's National Team beat China 83-46 in a Seattle Exhibition match!

Picture.png.8f831cc20d0eedad435e88928e1d2036.png

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE: Had 5 tests last week so last Sunday I was studying so I didn't have time for this, currently I've got a massive stomach ache so I tried to do this quickly so sorry there are not many sports on here this week but wanted to get this up nontheless to make sure you guys know I didn't quit doing these! See you next Sunday! 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Olympian1010    239

Good Showing from the archers, too bad Ellison couldn’t pull off the win. The Mix Team result is quite good as well.

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Rdbc    35
Posted (edited)

:USA  Week in Summer #7 - United States  :USA

April 29th - May 28th

 

 

Archery

2018 Archery World Cup - Stage 2 (Antalya)

Men's Recurve

Qualification Round

Brady, Jack, and Matthew Requa all improved their qualification scores from Shanghai! This was 19 year old Matthew Nofel first ever Archery World Cup and placing 79th in qualification is great!

Qualification.png.ca72e08c848238b94216b0f4393eb8c5.png

 

Bracket Round - Brady Ellison

Brady Ellison was able to get a first round & second round bye as he ranked 4th after the qualification round. In the third round he was up against Sanzhar Mussayev (29) and ended up loosing 6-5. This was a pretty big upset as Brady should be making it to the semi-finals or finals in the World Cup. 

5b0c69ff6406b_BradyEllison.png.3fd71caa1507b244878e90b4a6c929bc.png

 

Bracket Round - Jack Williams

Jack Williams was up against Polish Archer Slawomir Naploszek (75) and ended up winning that match. Next Jack played against Xu Tianyu (27) and won the second round match up aswell! In the third round Crispin Duenas (6) was up against Jack and ended up beating Jack 7-3. Making it to the 3rd round is an improvement for Jack as he went out of Shanghai in the second round. 

 

5b0c6acc72696_JackWilliams.png.e3bc258e6f10c9c66fbbbb91608293a0.png

 

Bracket Round - Matthew Requa

Matthew started first round against Ben Adriaensen (55) and upset him in the first round. In the second round Matthew was up against Furukawa Takharu (10) from Japan and ended up loosing 3-7. 

 

5b0c6b8b9e663_MatthewRequa.png.4ac1189f510a29ab935c5e81c57142bf.png

 

Bracket Round - Matthew Nofel

Matthew Nofel lost first round against Wei Shaoxuan (34) of China. 

5b0c6befde087_MatthewNofel.png.af107fb6329b05b36af1dc7566946bdc.png

 

Men's Recurve Team

We ended up ranked 8th after the qualification round like in Shanghai, which let us get a 1st round bye in the bracket stage. After our Bye round we got matched up against Chinese Taipei (9) losing to them 6-2. Sadly we exited the tournament in the second round which is worse than Shanghai in which there we made it to the Quarterfinal. 

5b0c6c58164d4_MensTeam.png.ec0e5c2ba4df4179e98e73e1fd58922d.png

 

Women's Recurve

Qualification Round

Both Khatuna Lorig and Mackenzie Brown both had worse qualification scores than Shanghai. We had two new archers Amy Jung and Danielle Park join us in the World Cup!

Qualification.png.9719ccca620b7533f9b65fcc4fc73c73.png

 

Bracket Round - Mackenzie Brown

Mackenzie Brown had a very bad first round getting upset by Olivia Hodgson (80) from New Zealand.

5b0c6d7312790_MackenzieBrown.png.729f71313e36de57067d2dbe1f118afa.png

 

Bracket Round - Khatuna Lorig

Khatuna Lorig again got upset first round by Natalia Lesniak (81) from Poland.

5b0c6dc3a5866_KhatunaLorig.png.4122fb1740bde0982e9d0ff44425b55a.png

 

 

Bracket Round - Danielle Park

Danielle Park sadly didn't bean Alicia Marin (25) from Spain.

5b0c6e0012c01_DaniellePark.png.23265419d686e393888004856d9d4543.png

 

Bracket Round - Amy Jung

Lastly, Amy Jung lost 1-7 to Viktoria Budaeva (28) from Russia.

 

5b0c6e2ea42ba_AmyJung.png.ce980c2f77f3b7b16efcfe8cde9b9720.png

 

 

Women's Recurve Team

After the qualification Round we beat Team Ukraine (17) 5-4, and advanced to the 2nd round where we played Korea (1) and lost to them 0-6. 

 

Team.png.964a6b3b3f7e97812522f02506951462.png

 

 

Mixed Recurve Team

Our Mixed Recurve Team performed worse than we did in Shanghai. After qualification round we ranked 9th (better than Shanghai 11th). First round was against IR Iran (24) and we beat them 5-1. Second round we faced against Germany (8th) and lost 5-3. 

 

Antayla.png.4b6d49691a2c2dcf84f93827e4e61880.png

Archery Overview: Very disappointing results from everyone in Stage 2 of the Archery World Cup. Hopefully we can pull it together for Stage 3! 

 

 

Badminton

Barfoot & Thompson New Zealand Open 2018

 

Women's Singles

Crystal Pan competed in this tournament but sadly lost in the first round. 

1.png.263feef256994a53510b7c92dea259a8.png

 

Some good news came as Beiwen Zhang has qualified in Phase 2 for the TOTAL BWF World Championships for Team USA!

 

Basketball 3x3

 

Women's

1.png.fc9a62987d8cceace205244d1a34ea1a.png

This is the our group for the 2018 FIBA 3x3 World Cup which starts on June 8th! 

 

 

Water Polo

5b0c723d0fbdd_GroupFinished.png.3d4fecd518db6d5d356954ea5d4bcbb1.png

We were able to come up on top of our group which means we are headed to the Super Final which starts mid June!

 

 

NOTE: Sorry I was absent for a whole entire month, I was gone for 2 weekends in Eastern Washington so I had no access to PC while I was there. Only 3 weeks till summer then the posts should be at regular times every Sunday. 

Edited by Rdbc

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Rdbc    35

:USA  Week in Summer #8 - United States  :USA

May 28th - June 3rd

 

 

Archery

No Archery news this week! The 2018 Archery World Cup - Stage 3 (Salt Lake City) starts on June 18th!

These are the world rankings for our top 6 archers!

Brady Ellison - 2nd

Jake Kaminski - 39th

Zach Garret - 55th

Mackenzie Brown - 10th

Khatuna Lorig - 58th

La Nola Shepherd - 147th

 

Badminton

No Badminton competition this week but we are getting ready for the 2018 Yonex US Open which is June 12th - 17th which will feature many American archers! 

 

 

Basketball 

We have a 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualification (Americas) game this month against Mexico on June 28th!

 

 

Cycling

Road - UCI World Tour 

No events took place this week but we have the Criterium du Dauphine on June 3rd - 10th!

 

Mountain Bike - UCI World Cup

No news or events took place this week either but next week is the Val di Sole!

 

 

 

Synchronized Swimming

This week was the 2018 FINA Artistic Swimming World Series - #7 in Surrey BC! 

 

In the Duet Free we placed 8th place which is expected because our duet team is not the strongest!

5b146d82e3ddb_7Duet.png.244fc03f89990734c950e4a0c80bf3ab.png

 

 

 

 

 

NOTE: Pretty quiet week for Team USA! But As the summer comes around more and more sports will be starting their leagues and such! Still trying to update my worksheet for everysport!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Rdbc    35
Posted (edited)

:USA  Week in Summer #9 - United States  :USA

June 3rd - June 24th

 

NOTE: FINALLY in summertime now for this year so I have more time to work on this and my spreadsheet which I'm completely redesigning to make it easier for me to understand. Both Cycling and Badminton are a bit hard because there are so many small competitions and competitors that I'm probably just gonna end up sticking with the best in each category. 

Archery

2018 Archery World Cup - Stage 3 (Salt Lake City)

Men's Recurve

Qualification Round

Qualification.png.706b8b22c2c140903c321d83fd0aa131.png

A pretty amazing qualification round for the USA men, as expected Brady Ellison got into the top 3. Jack Williams had an amazing improvement since Stage 2 (Antalya) where he go ranked 38. Mathew Requa also had a good qualification after ranking 58 in Antalya aswell. 

 

Brady Ellison

5b30090478715_BradyEllison.png.cf3b27b3a8d09419e6a890cb2e13006f.png5b30090b62940_BradyEllison2.png.adcc6aa31a3b7df52ea66844960210dc.png

Brady Ellison got a first and second round bye as he ranked 3rd after qualification. He then was matched against Wei Shaoxuan (35) from China and beat him 6-4. In the 4th round Brady lost to Steve Wijler (19) of the Netherlands. Again Brady has not been able to make it to the finals in a while. 

 

Jack Williams

5b3009beca2e9_JackWilliams.png.d993b99e39da29ac5f27776f2633fccc.png5b3009c666a52_JackWilliams2.png.5e54bf032f32b1ab2015918f6941ee1a.png

After ranking 9th after qualification Jack was able to get a first round bye! In the second round he was matched up against Andres Aguilar (57) and beat him 6-0. Third round Jack faced off against Crispin Duenas (24) and also beat him 6-0. In the fourth round Jack upset Li Jialun (8) from China winning 7-3. In the Quarterfinals Jack lost against Ryan Tyack (16) 1-7. Overall a great result from Jack Williams bumping up his world ranking!

 

Matthew Requa

5b300aa68420e_MatthewRequa.png.8660c72cdbf49ff135f015cf367c0d5d.png5b300ab153e54_MatthewRequa1.png.be19452b092a87ecd4059633879e83e3.png

After a first round bye Matthew beat Lucas Daniel (42) from France 7-3 and moved onto the third round where he beat Rick Van Den Oever (55) 6-0. In the fourth round Matthew lost against Thomas Chirault (7) 3-7.

 

Thomas Stanwood

5b300b2c17357_ThomasStanwood.png.4c3efd177971451ea59e30e739f554e2.png

Thomas got a first round bye but ended up loosing to Jeff Henckels (33) 3-7 in the second round. 

 

 

Women's Recurve

Qualification Round

Qualification.png.b0900a882f8b980923e35430dd2550e9.png

GREAT qualification for the women! All the women seem to be back on form after a bad performance in Antalya. 

Mackenzie Brown

5b300c093fe31_MackenzieBrown.png.137be780d89462be67951d951ede6266.png

Mackenzie Brown got a first round bye and in the second round beat Mariana Avita (28) from Mexico 6-0. Sadly Mackenzie lost 5-6 in the third round against Ana Maria Rendon (21).

 

Khatuna Lorig

5b300c66cd814_KhatunaLorig.png.1aa63c00d7193abd8df66077e1fcd07d.png

Again Khatuna Lorig found it difficult to make it far in the bracket stage after loosing second round to Hayakawa Ren (20) of Japan 4-6.

 

Erin Mickelberry & La Nola Shepherd

5b300cb695f59_ErinandLaNola.png.b63d07dc3d812a61f6c1d67d5eb77129.png

Well would you look at that! Erin and La Nola got placed against eachother in the first round! Erin Mickelberry ended up winning but only to fall to Deepika Kumari (4) of India 2-6.

 

 

Men's Recurve Team

5b300d4220435_MenTeamQualification.png.a3afd532bd606d284e0320d8d6d1c807.png

A 2nd place after qualification for the Men's Recurve Team is pretty great!

 

5b300d75882fa_RecurveTeam.png.f2d73bb33f70c5e384f4dd4d7dae6e45.png

Well the hype didn't last very long... after a first round win against Saudi Arabia (15) 6-2. We fell to Italy (7) 4-5. 

 

 

Women's Recurve Team

5b300dda5af28_TeamQualification.png.30089546718b64ec99d500b7f181fa42.png

A 5th place ranking after qualification is not the worst!

 

5b300e16b8ef5_TeamBracket.png.0c5e1a3341aa2742dd7eee04e011622c.png

We got a nice first round bye and quarter finals ended up beating China (4) 5-3! We moved onto the semi finals and lost to Chinese Taipei (1) 2-6.

Mixed Recurve Team

5b300e8567da4_SaltLakeCity.png.41eb7dc1a96e702d0a3c80b2759de6e1.png

A nice 2nd place after qualification is very good!

 

TBDDDDDDDDDDDDDD

 

Badminton

2018 YONEX US Open

Men's Singles - Q

5b300f6ca3831_HowardShu.png.6e326d6c484f8039ef0d3d7019d81e43.png\

Howard Shu was able to get past the Qualification round by beating 2 opponents!

 

Men's Singles

5b300fa9db0f2_HowardShu1.png.a2cf85277485f4167c965e644e0973d8.png

Sadly he lost to Ygor Coelho from Brazil in the first round.

 

 

Women's Singles

5b30101a98ee2_BeiwienZhong.thumb.png.19110eff7f213c52e49d9643add09892.png

Beiwen Zhang (1) was able to make it all the way to the finals of the tournament but ended up loosing to Ui Xuerui of China in the finals. 

 


Men's Doubles

5b30109baf0e2_MensDoubles.png.d292c9cf7ec334a0506c0b80e3d6a4ea.png

Our best Men's Doubles team of Phillip and Ryan Chew ended up loosing to Vinson and Bo who lost to Marcus and Chris. 

 

 

 

 

Basketball 

Men's

We have a 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualification (Americas) game next week against Mexico on June 28th!

 

 

Basketball 3x3

Women's

2018 FIBA 3x3 World Cup

 

Group Stage

5b301209e0648_GroupStage.png.c99e44ad760201e2f7529ebb4d7c8496.png

We ended up 1st in our group which was a HUGE accomplishment as Russia was expected to be first but we ended up beating them 21-13! 

Knockout Stage

5b3012509db7e_KnockoutStage.png.0d8006bc24b3a92d51208656151d45e7.png

Sadly we ended up going out in the Quarter Finals against Italy (8) loosing a close game 14-17. After not competing last year this was a good result coming back.

 

 

Cycling

Road - UCI World Tour

Tejay Van Garderen - Tour de Suisse | 37th place (10 points), 

 

 

 

TL;DR

Archery:

Men's Singles: All the men did pretty well but Brady still hasn't been able to make it to finals

Women's Singles: Great qualification but still can't find our footing in knockout stage

Men's Team: Got upset second round after amazing qualification

Women's Team: Surprisingly made it to semi finals

Mixed Team: TBD

 

Badminton:

Beiwen Zhang is our only good player

 

Basketball 3x3:

Women's team made it to quarterfinals loosing to Italy

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Qualification.png

Edited by Rdbc
Making something more clear

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Olympian1010    239

Thanks for the update, I’d like to add that our Sport Climbers did very well at the World Cup in Vail. I don’t remember the results off the top of my head, but I believe both a US man and woman got a podium. The US shooters have also had a good World Cup season, with a few wins in shotgun events. The US woman preformed well in the French Open, with both Sloane Stephens and Madison Keys making the quarterfinals. Stephens went on to take 2nd. The US also had a few paddlers reach the semi-finals at this weeks ICF Slalom World Cup 1. The US did not do great at the Pan American Handball Championships. 

  • Like 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
intoronto    407
1 hour ago, Olympian1010 said:

The US did not do great at the Pan American Handball Championships. 

They didn't even qualify :lol:

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Olympian1010    239
1 hour ago, intoronto said:

They didn't even qualify :lol:

It’s hard to do good if you’re not even there :lol:

  • Haha 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Rdbc    35
Posted (edited)

:USA Road to Tokyo 2020 United States :USA

June 28th, 2018  

 

 

 

Basketball (Men) -  2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualification (Americas)

:USA USA 70 - 78 Mexico :MEX

Mexico City (MEX) - Group C

For more information on this game and how it ties to qualification look below. 

 

 

 

How does this help us qualify for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics?

In order to qualify we must be one of the top 2 Americas teams at the 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup

2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup

In order to qualify we must be one of the top 7 teams at 2019 FIBA Basketball World Cup Qualification (Americas)

 

2019 FIBA World Cup Qualification (Americas)

:USA USA 70 - 78 Mexico :MEX

When you end the 1st quarter 10 - 31 you should be pretty worried. Our previous match against Mexico we beat them 91 - 55 so I'm shocked that we lost to them. Mexican player Francisco Cruz had an amazing game scoring 24 points! Meanwhile our best scorer was Marcus Thornton with only 14 points... Sad part is in an interview with our head coach Jeff Van Gundy he said "If we think we can go to Cuba or Mexico and do the same thing, fall behind early and hope for a late rally, we're making a huge mistake" well thats exactly what the team did. Thankfully we were already qualified for the Second Round.

 


Group Results:

5b35b04a9535a_QualifGroup.png.a40f2d50becd83142f394d49243c601a.png

 

Pictures:

Layup.thumb.jpg.9c0db62325a5109464376409790972d4.jpgTeam.jpg.1035072737d03316f54ae48d77ddec6d.jpg

Edited by Rdbc
Spelling

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Olympian1010    239

Good Results for Casey (Eichfield) this weekend in Canoe Slalom. He managed to qualify for the final and finish 7th 2 seconds behind the winner. Great season opener :cheer:

  • Thanks 1

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

Sign in to follow this  

×