1 September, 2012 - It’s hard to explain how much goes on so quickly at the Games. In some venues, like swimming, there’s only one pool, of course, so the races take place one after the other, with just very short breaks in between them.
TORONTO – Alexi Salamone (Buffalo, N.Y.) scored and the U.S. National Sled Hockey Team outshot Canada, 23-20, but Team USA fell behind early and couldn’t rally, losing to the Team Canada, 4-1, in the final preliminary round game of the 2013 World Sledge Hockey Challenge here tonight.
Best of luck to MQ's Tatyana McFadden, going for the Marathon grand slam this weekend in NYC. She's been on a roll all year, winning Boston, London and Chicago, plus six events at July’s World Championships. And as soon as she's raced in NY, she turns to qualifying for the Sochi 2014 Paralympics in cross country skiing. We’re all cheering for you, Tatyana! http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/medal-quest/video/detail/mcfadden-v-mcfadden-100m/
For the first time, two sisters, Tatyana and Hannah McFadden, competed head-to-head in the women’s 100m wheelchair finals in London. Their mother tells MEDAL QUEST she's already won gold, having these two remarkable athletes as daughters.
“We are absolutely delighted to announce this two-Games agreement with NBC and the USOC as it provides more airtime of the Paralympics than ever before in the U.S. Following the success of London 2012, we said it was absolutely essential for the growth of the Paralympic Movement and the Paralympic G...
Two MEDAL QUEST Paralympians are nominated for Sportswoman of the Year! Big congrats to Tatyana McFadden (athletics) and Katie Holloyway (sitting volleyball). Learn more and vote before 9/9 http://e2.ma/message/311oh/rorizc