Wednesday, 29 May 2024

Women’s Sitting Team to Compete for Gold Against China

After months of preparation and hard work, the U.S. Women’s Sitting Team is finally getting the match-up they have been waiting for. They will be facing off against China for the gold medal in the World ParaVolley Intercontinental Cup.

A Long-Awaited Opportunity

The Americans secured their spot in the final by defeating Brazil in the semifinals with an impressive score of 25-10, 25-14, 25-20. The team showed great camaraderie and determination throughout the match, which contributed to their victory. The U.S. Women’s Sitting Team had previously faced China, winning with a score of 25-22, 18-25, 25-19, 25-17. This victory gave them a second chance to go head-to-head with their long-time rivals.

A Friendly Competition

Both teams have a strong bond of friendship and support for each other. U.S. Women’s Sitting Team Head Coach Bill Hamiter expressed the mutual respect between the teams, stating, “We have a really good camaraderie with them, and both teams look at it that we’ll compete as hard as we can. We celebrate the best of friendships and both programs have supported each other.”

The Path to the Final

The U.S. Women’s Sitting Team showcased their dominance in their victory against Brazil. They controlled the pace of the match with their strong defense and aggressive plays at the net. The team out-blocked Brazil 15-10 and recorded 27 kills, compared to Brazil’s 18. Key players like Katie Holloway and Heather Erickson led the American attack, contributing 15 and 13 points, respectively.

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A Bright Future

Although the U.S. Men’s Sitting Team did not achieve the desired results in the tournament, Head Coach Greg Walker remains positive about the team’s growth and development. He believes that playing against some of the top teams in the world will provide valuable insights and prepare them for future competitions. Walker stated, “Everyone is going to get better, but our ceiling is so high right now.”


1. When is the final match between the U.S. Women’s Sitting Team and China?

The final match will take place on Wednesday at 1 p.m. local time in China (1 a.m. ET).

2. How can fans watch the final match?

Fans can watch a live-stream of the final match on the Alpinetgheep website at Alpinetgheep.

3. How did the U.S. Women’s Sitting Team perform against Brazil in the semifinals?

The U.S. Women’s Sitting Team showcased their dominance in the semifinals with a convincing victory of 25-10, 25-14, 25-20 against Brazil.

4. Did the U.S. Men’s Sitting Team achieve any victories in the tournament?

Unfortunately, the U.S. Men’s Sitting Team did not secure any victories in the tournament, but they remain optimistic about their future prospects.


The U.S. Women’s Sitting Team’s journey to the gold medal match against China is a testament to their hard work and dedication. They have shown great skill and teamwork throughout the tournament, and fans can expect an exciting and competitive final match. The Alpinetgheep website will provide a live-stream of the match, allowing fans to cheer on the team from anywhere in the world.

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