Riding Palatine, Devon Maitozo helped the United States come in first in the team compulsory competition as vaulting got under way on Wednesday. Maitozo, who also is head coach of the U.S. team, said he saw very few mistakes from his teammates.
Riding Palatine, Devon Maitozo helped the United States come in first in the team compulsory competition as vaulting got under way on Wednesday. Maitozo, who also is head coach of the U.S. team, said he saw very few mistakes from his teammates.
Riding Palatine, Devon Maitozo helped the United States come in first in the team compulsory competition as vaulting got under way on Wednesday. Maitozo, who also is head coach of the U.S. team, said he saw very few mistakes from his teammates.

U.S. leads as vaulting begins

October 07, 2010 12:00 AM

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