Sunday Sept. 3, 2006 World Championships Mantia Robbed in Anyang Colombians used roller derby-like tactics to prevent USA's Joey Mantia from winning the gold in today's 1000 meters in Anyang. • Go to Planet story.
Monday Sept. 4, 2006 World Championships U.S. Women Strike Gold Victory in the 3000-meter relay ends dry spell for U.S. women, but frustration follows USA's Joey Mantia for another day. •Go to Planet story.
Skate Bytes Colombians Win U.S. 10K The classic race in Atlanta got back on track this year with a strong field of 114 racers and deep prize money. Julian Rivera won the men's race. Eddy Matzger was second, a tenth of a second back. Diana Molina Solis won the women's race. • Go to official results (pdf). • Go to more racing news.
Video: Waterpark Invasion It's thrills and spills as a group of street skaters invades an Atlanta waterpark closed for the season. • Go to video.
Thursday Sept. 7, 2006 World Championships Mantia Topples 500m, 20K Records USA's Joey Mantia set world records today in the 500 meters and 20K, but failed to medal in the 500m final. Jessica Smith fell hard but won bronze in the 20K. • Go to Planet story.
Skate Bytes Never Too Late With help from instructors Bernie Scoville and Phil Lenihan, the Trilogy retirement village in Rio Vista, Calif., got rolling this summer. Their first day on skates is recounted in this animated slide show. • Go to PhotoShow gallery.
Skate Tip of the Week: Skate Bag Stuffers Rain and road vibration can play havoc with your skates. But a couple simple tricks can keep you rolling — as World Team Coach Linda Wood explains in this week's skate tip. • Go to Skate Tip.
Saturday Sept. 9, 2006 World Championships Mantia Wins Marathon! The World Championships end with Joey Mantia winning the marathon and questions emerging about the future of the U.S. World Team. • Go to Planet story.
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