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Warriors Breaking Records


Brett Campfield of Team Air Force competes in the 400 Meters Visually Impaired track event at the DoD Warrior Games where he broke a Warrior Games record with a final time of 1:28.62, earning a gold medal, in Colorado Springs, Colo. on Saturday, June 2, 2018. (Photo by Courtney Cooper)
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Athletes are continuing to break records six days into the 2018 Warrior Games competition.

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The Department of Defense (DoD) Warrior Games 2018 kicked off on Friday, June 1, in Colorado Springs, Colo. Over 300 ill and injured service members and veterans have gathered at the Air Force Academy to compete in 11 different sports, and they have put on an intense competition. Many Warrior Games records have been broken, and we have gathered all the record breakers, here.

 

Field:

Shot Put – Seated 3.0, Juliana Walker (Air Force), Gold, 5.62m (18'5.25")

Discus Throw – Seated 3.0, Juliana Walker (Air Force), Gold, 15.61m (51'2")

Discus Throw – Seated 5.0, Heather Carter (Air Force), Gold, 14.42m (47'4")

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Shot Put – Standing 5.5 Upper, Jovan Bowser (Army), Gold, 8.75m (28'8.5")

Shot Put – Standing 5.5 Upper, Jaime Garza (Navy), Gold, 13.90m (45'7.25")

Shot Put – Standing 6.0, Lawrence Hufford (Air Force), Gold, 15.78m (51'9.25")

Discus Throw – Standing 5.5 Upper, Jaime Garza (Navy) Gold, 40.96m (134'4")

Discus Throw – Standing, Visually Impaired, Dorian Gardner (Marine Corps), Gold, 40.14m (131'8")

Discus Throw – Standing 4.0, Alex Wilson (Army), Gold, 34.40m (112'10")

 

Track:


Bill Longworth of Team Navy (middle) poses with the other medalists after winning a gold medal and breaking a Warrior Games record for 10m Air Pistol SH1 with a score of 215.2 on Tuesday, June 5, 2018 at the DoD Warrior Games 2018 in Colorado Springs. (Photo by Courtney Cooper)

100 Meters 5.5 Upper – Anna Kerry (Navy), Gold, 16.34 sec

100 Meters 5.5 Upper – Darren Hardy (United Kingdom), Gold, 11.73 sec

200 Meters 3.0 – Jonathan Weasner (Army), Gold, 32.89 sec
200 Meters 4.5 – Lauren Montoya (SOCOM), Gold, 39.81 sec

200 Meters 5.5 Lower – Kenneth Guinn (Air Force), Gold, 26.25 sec

200 Meters 5.5 Upper – Anna Kerry (Navy), Gold, 34.34 sec

200 Meters 5.5 Upper – Darren Hardy (United Kingdom) Gold, 24.97 sec

400 Meters Visually Impaired – Brett Campfield (Air Force), Gold, 1:28.62

400 Meters 5.5 Lower – Kenneth Guinn (Air Force), Gold, 1:00.59

400 Meters 5.5 Upper – Anna Kerry (Navy), Gold, 1:26.27

400 Meters 5.5 Upper – Eric Lintelmann (Army), Gold, 1:10.72

800 Meters 3.0 – Jonathan Weasner (Army), Gold, 2:16.05

800 Meters 5.5 Upper – Anna Kerry (Navy), Gold, 3:28.24

1500 Meters 4.0 – Robert Jones (Marine Corps), Gold, 5:34.29

1500 Meters 5.5 – Anna Kerry (Navy), Gold, 7:35.42

 

Shooting:

10m Air Rifle Prone Open – Michael Barefoot (Marine Corps), Gold, 249.0

10m Air Pistol SH1 – Bill Longworth (Navy), Gold, 215.2

 

As day six of the nine-day competition starts, Team Air Force currently holds the highest medal count with 25 gold, 26 silver and 15 bronze, with a total of 66 medals overall. Team Army has the second highest medal count with 17 gold, nine silver and 15 bronze, with a total of 39 medals. Here is a list for the rest of the medal count:

 

Team Navy – 15 gold, 15 silver and six bronze with a total of 39 medals

SOCOM – 10 gold, 10 silver and five bronze with a total of 25 medals

Marine Corps – 13 gold, four silver and three bronze with a total of 20 medals.

Australia – Eight gold, zero silver and two bronze with a total of 10 medals.

United Kingdom – Four gold, two silver and two bronze with a total of eight medals.

Canada – Four gold, zero silver and two bronze with a total of six medals.

The Warrior Games end on Saturday, June 9. To keep up with the medal count throughout the competition, visit www.dodwarriorgames.com.


 

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