Houstonians Marty Appelbaum, Eric Barvin, Noah Lack and Michael Rubenstein all competed in the Pan Am Maccabi Games earlier this month in Mexico city. Barvin and Rubenstein won gold medals as the U.S. Men’s Over 35 team defeated Brazil in the Gold-Medal game and went 5-0 in the tournament. Lack won a gold medal in Open Men’s Basketball.
Former Simmons University women’s soccer player Tasha Friedman (Phoenix, Ariz.) helped Team USA win the Gold Medal with 1-0 victory over Brazil at the 2019 Pan American Maccabi Games in Mexico City, Mexico.
The USA Maccabi 18 and Under basketball team took the gold medal in last week’s Pan-American Maccabi Games in Mexico City. Team member Harris Gartenhaus is a 2019 graduate of Beth Tfiloh Dahan Community School (BT).
Harrison Pyner, a senior at Orange High School in Pepper Pike, helped the U.S. 18U basketball team earn a gold medal in the 2019 Pan American Maccabi games in Mexico City on July 15.
FRAMINGHAM — Ella Kent, 13 finished second in the all-around competition, second in the floor exercises, and first on balance beam at the Maccabi Games this summer.
As a senior at Ben Franklin High School, Yana Fielkow is preparing for her final high school soccer season while going over options as college soccer programs recruit her.
Rising junior Julieta Eualau competes at Pan Am Maccabi Games.
South Florida Jewish athletes competed for Team USA at the recent 14th Pan American Maccabi Games that took place in Mexico City. Among these athletes included 16-year-old Tatiana Wainer of North Miami Beach, who along with her Team USA teammates won the gold medal in girls juniors volleyball.
Nicole Chezes earned a gold medal with the U.S. open junior soccer team, while her mother, Marlene Bruten coached the U.S. junior, open and masters swim teams, helping them win 55 medals during the Pan Am Maccabi Games in Mexico City in July.
The continental event is held every four years in a cycle two years apart from the international Maccabi Games held in Israel. The Pan American Maccabi brings athletes, coaches and volunteers from North, Central and South America, along with others from Australia, Israel, Great Britain and China.
Denverites win gold at Maccabi Games.
Jessica Eig returned from the 2019 Pan Am Maccabi Games last month with the gold. Five of them precisely. And one silver medal.
New Albany resident Tyler Schlonsky, 18, was a member of the U.S. gold-medal-winning soccer team competing in the 2019 Pan-American Maccabi games in Mexico City from July 5 to July 15.
Four Bergen County athletes have struck gold in Mexico City. As representatives of Team USA, Shmuli Coates, Max Zakheim, Amalya Knapp and Gabe Einhorn each took home championship honors at the Pan American Maccabi Games. The competition is a unique event in the world of Jewish athletics.
Local high school seniors Rachel Dallet and Max Katz were the only Wisconsin athletes chosen to play soccer in the Pan American Maccabi Games in Mexico City in July of 2019.
Having already played in the Maccabi Games at the U.S. level in each of his four years of high school, former SCH student Jordan Lubell will be participating at the international level for the first time this summer. He was named to the U.S. tennis team for the Pan American Maccabi Games in Mexico City in July.
Rising junior Leigh Rosenthal of the St. Olaf College women’s soccer team was part of the gold-medal-winning Team USA Open Women’s Soccer Team at the 14th Pan American Maccabi Games in Mexico City earlier this month. We caught up with Rosenthal after the games to find out more about the Games and her experience in Mexico City.
Lior Levy displays the gold medal he earned for helping the U.S. open men’s basketball team win the title contest at the 14th Pan American Maccabi Games in Mexico City last month. The former Princeton High and Franklin & Marshall standout emerged as a key frontcourt reserve for the squad.
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After a 10-day stint in Mexico City for what they called a “mini Olympics,” Sadie Cohen and Helene Schulwolf are taking this week to get back to reality.