1 they look forward to another event in Milwaukee. aMilwaukee proved to be an excellent host in 2013 and the support from the city, as well as key organizations and individuals, helped make the event memorable for nationas top amateur triathletes,a said Rob Urbach , USA Triathlonas CEO. An Olympic-distance race scheduled for Aug. 9, 2014 consists of a 1,500-meter swim, 40-kilometer bike race and 10-kilometer run. A sprint race on Aug. 10, 2014 is comprised of a 750-meter swim, 20-kilometer bike race and 5-kilometer run. Both races will include the nationas top age-group fields and qualify members for Team USA, a select group of amateur triathletes who will represent the U.S. at the 2015 International Triathlon Union World Championships in Chicago. Athletes who have qualified for Olympic-Distance Nationals between July 10 and Sept. 15 will receive an email during the week of Sept. 30 with registration instructions. Additional qualifying emails will be sent as athletes qualify through Aug. 2, 2014. Athletes who have qualified for the distance nationals can visit usatriathlon.org for qualification information for 2014 Olympic-Distance Nationals. There are no qualifying standards for Sprint Nationals.
Miss USA Erin Brady’s stalker found unfit for trial by court doctors
If prosecutors do not challenge the finding, he will be involuntarily committed to a state psychiatric hospital. By Shayna Jacobs / NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, October 4, 2013, 2:11 AM Miss USA 2013 Erin Brady was allegedly confronted at her Manhattan apartment in August. Related Stories A homeless nut accused of stalking Miss USA 2013 at her swanky Manhattan apartment has been found unfit for trial by court doctors. Lanre Orimabogunje, 28, allegedly accosted stunner Erin Brady on Aug. 5. I’ve been tracking you since you were born … I have GPS. You wear an invisible crown, he allegedly told her before trying to touch her head. RELATED: MISS USAS STALKER ARRESTED AT BROOKLYN HOMELESS SHELTER Orimabogunje was arrested at a Brooklyn shelter after the creepy encounter. Prosecutors asked for an adjournment Thursday to decide whether theyll challenge the fitness finding. If there is no challenge, or if prosecutors bring one and lose, Orimabogunje will be involuntarily committed to a state psychiatric hospital. He was charged with stalking, harassment and trespassing and would face up to a year in jail on the top count.
USA Finishes Second At Sardinia ISDE
Meanwhile, Mike Brown led every lap of the E3 race after ripping off a big holeshot from the outside gate. At the end of the week, France ended up the winners of the World Trophy division, finishing about 13 minutes ahead of Team USA, with Italy coming in third, another 12 minutes back. Antoine Meo was this years overall winner and top performer in the E3 class riding a 300 KTM, however, Australian Daniel Milner gave the Frenchman a run for his money, winning the first two days outright. Top spot in the E2 class went to Milner, while Christobal Guerrero won the E1 division. As far as the Americans are concerned, Taylor Robert was top American, finishing fifth in the E2 class. Charlie Mullins finished the week eighth in the E2 standings after finishing third in the E2 race, with Caselli finishing in ninth in E2. Osborne finished his first Six Days in sixth overall in the E1 division, with DuVall not far behind in eighth. After a slow start, Mike Brown came on strong later in the week, and aided by his moto win, finished third overall in the E3 division. The U.S. Junior Trophy Team finished fourth in the final teams standings, with Kailub Russell the top performer, finishing 13th in the E2 class. Jesse Groemm finished the week in 25th overall, while Grant Baylor finished 35th in the final standings. Andrew DeLong rode the E1 class and finished out the week in 12th overall in the class. The U.S.
“I hit a couple loose iron shots this afternoon, but made a couple good putts and just kind of put the heat on these guys. And 7 under through 11, that’s not bad in alternate-shot. It’s just one of those days where both teams are really playing well, and we still got our work cut out for us (Saturday).” No one on the International side played better than Ernie Els and Brendan de Jonge, who led the PGA Tour in birdies this season. The two made one eagle and six birdies to rout Hunter Mahan and Bill Haas. “This guy, he played beautiful and we both played well today,” said Els, the only player on the International team to taste victory in the series. “He kept it in play for most of the time, and hit a lot of greens and had a lot of looks at birdie. It’s going to be competitive in most matches, so that was nice.” Added de Jonge: “It’s been a ton of fun. Ernie is giving me way too much credit and it’s been a very, very exciting two days for me.” Looks like that will hold true for the next two days. Three, if Mother Nature’s stormy side makes another unwelcome visit. USA 4, INTERNATIONAL 3 Foursomes USA 1, International 1 (4 matches incomplete) Phil Mickelson and Keegan Bradley, United States, def. Jason Day and Graham DeLaet, International, 4 and 3. Ernie Els and Brendon de Jonge, International, def. Bill Haas and Hunter Mahan, United States, 4 and 3. Steve Stricker and Jordan Spieth, USA, 3 up through 14 holes over Branden Grace and Richard Sterne, International.