Team USA recently competeted at the IUKL World Championships in South Korea and had a lot of great success! We are proud to sponsor Team USA and be a part of the worldwide growing sport of Kettlebell Sport. Team USA is represented by a lot of great athletes and people and is put together by The American Kettlebell Alliance. Each year members of Team USA are determined at the USA National Championships. Below is a recap of some of the athletes and their success! You can contact the American Kettlebell Alliance or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on how to become involved in Team USA Kettlebell Lifting.
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Team USA Results from IUKL World Championship 2017 at Seoul, South Korea
Veterans Rank 2nd and Adults Rank 8th in the World Overall Team USA Wins 26 Medals
Team USA Veterans took one of the top places (2nd place) at the International Union of Kettlebell Lifters (IUKL) World Kettlebell Championships 2017 held November 15-18 at Olympic Park in Seoul Korea. Overall, Team USA members, Lynn Bonnemere, Laura Brown, Camargo, Jennifer Casey, Irvin Charleston, Dana Curcio, Sarah Fornero, Kimberly Fox, Tim Fullmer, Vyacheslav Gurevich, William Hass, Barbara Hutchinson, Andrey Kleyner, Marlena Klimkiewicz, Nick Kotwica, Svitlana Krechyk, Richard Morton, Valerie Pawlowski, Douglas Seamans, Mike Sherman, David Steele, Jon Vitolo, Dale Wall, Jamie Wolcott, Joann Worden, Tina Yerkes, placed 8th of the 33 countries competing.
Along with the “classic” competition lifts, this year’s World Competition also featured the “trial” woman’s two arm long cycle. Countries represented in the Women’s Two-Arm Long Cycle competition were from Canada, England, Finland, Ireland, Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, and USA. Our own Kimberly Fox won first place lifting two 24kg’s with 64 reps and Sarah Fornero took 3rd doing 89 reps lifting 16’s. Overall There were 453 competitors from around the world registered for the event that was held in the historic handball arena.
Read the breakdown of medalists below and more information below!