September 6 articles
China gets a quick lay-up off the jump ball to take a 2-0 lead. Jon Mowl answers with a three and Anton Jackson adds a put-back lay-in.
Cyclist number 43 stood atop the podium and raised his arms in triumph. Paul Wood was golden once more.
The first international match for most U.S. water polo players ended with a 26-6 setback to Italy in the Hsinchu County Swimming Plaza on Sunday afternoon.
The U.S. Men's Soccer Team players, as they stepped on the field with a glint of gold in their eyes and the sun on their faces, looked like a different team during their Sunday afternoon game against Japan.
Moments before the U.S. Women's Volleyball Team made its debut at the 2009 Taipei Deaflympics, rookie Paige Johnson had a wardrobe malfunction: a missing shoe.
Although evenly matched with nine players per team, the Chinese Taipei and U.S. Women's basketball teams presented a striking difference from the start of their game Sunday at Taipei Gymnasium in Taipei, Taiwan.
It was a hot day at Pacific Green Bay on Sunday, and it wasn't just because of the sun. The U.S. Men's and Women's Beach Volleyball teams played heated matches that didn't allow fans to relax much.
Cyclist Paul Wood has received the United States' first medal of the 2009 Taipei Deaflympics. Wood received his gold medal in the 1,000 meter sprint. He has regained the mantle as the best sprinter in the world, a position he has held numerous times in the past.
The Opening Ceremony of the 2009 Taipei Deaflympics began with a bang and ended with a bang, with nary a whimper in between.
The Opening Ceremony of the 2009 Taipei Deaflympics lacked just one thing: empty seats.