Army Three-Peats in 2022 Armed Forces Women’s Rugby
Army 1st Lt. Madison Hovren of Fort Gordan, Georgia takes off for the score during the 2022 Armed Forces Women's Rugby Championship held in conjunction with the Cape Fear Fugby 7's Tournament in Wilmington, N.C. from 24-26 June.  The best players from the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force (with Space Force players), and Coast Guard compete for gold.  (Photo by Mr. Steven Dinote, Department of Defense Photo - Released)
June 26, 2022 - Army goes undefeated in their third straight Armed Forces Women’s Rugby Championship to capture the 2022 title.

USA Finishes 5th at CISM Sailing Worlds
Brest (FRA) - Review of the troops by Vice-Admiral Jean-Philippe Chaineau, Admiral Commanding the Strategic Oceanic Force (ALFOST) - The city of Brest, located in France, hosted the 53rd World Military Sailing Championship. 31 participants (20 male and 11 female) from 7 participating countries took part in the event.  Pictures: Mr. Dominique Einsweiler
June 21, 2022 - The U.S. Armed Forces Sailing team competed at the 53rd Conseil International du Sport Militaire (CISM) World Military Sailing Championship in Brest France from May 31st – June 4th. For the 3rd time in its history, the French Navy hosted the World Championship with competing delegations Canada, Spain, Denmark, Greece, Poland, France and USA, consisting of over 40 athletes.

Marine Corps LCpl Kerra Wieberg of Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, Calif. collides with Coast Guard Lt. J.G. Sheila Bertrand of Washington, D.C. during the opening match of the 2021 Armed Forces Rugby Championship held in conjunction with the 2021 Cape Fear Rugby Sevens Tournament, held from 24-28 June.  Service members from the Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force (with Space Force personnel) and Coast Guard battle it out for gold.  (Department of Defense Photo, Released)
June 21, 2022 - The annual Armed Forces Women’s Rugby Championship featuring teams from Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force (with Space Force personnel), and Coast Guard, is held in conjunction with the 2022 Cape Fear Rugby Sevens Tournament from 23-27 June.

DAF Gaming delivers Gaming Expo, Esports Championship at FORCECON 2022
The inaugural Armed Forces Championship, hosted by DAF Gaming at the first-ever FORCECON22 event at the new Tech Port Center and Arena in San Antonio, Texas on May 28-29.  (Center) Air Force Gaming team beat the (Left) US Army Esports team for the trophy and went undefeated throughout the tournament.  (Right) Maine Corps Gaming received third place honors.  (Air Force Photo by Armando Perez)
June 1, 2022 - Air Force Services Center and the Department of the Air Force Gaming achieved two major firsts Memorial Day weekend in San Antonio – the first Department of Defense Armed Forces Esports Championship and the inaugural Air Force Gaming Minor League Championships. The gaming league was center stage at the inaugural FORCECON22 event at the new Tech Port Center and Arena in San Antonio May 28-29.


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USA's Coyle takes gold in senior women's triathlon

  • U.S. Armed Forces Sports
  • Oct. 27, 2019 | 1:34

Air Force Reserve Maj. Judith Coyle finished the women's triathlon competition in 2:09:46 at the CISM Military World Games in Wuhan, China, Oct. 27, 2019, to win the gold medal in the women's senior division. It was the only gold of 10 medals brought home by USA athletes from the games. This B-roll shows the medal ceremony.

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