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On Her Turf

The Olympic team’s matchup with Team WNBA featuring Caitlin Clark and Angel Reese will be one of the toughest games the U.S. squad will potentially play over the month.
The Sun are in second place in the standings at the Olympic break. Coach Stephanie White has said that the team needed to be more consistent on the offensive end and Mabrey will provide that.

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The U.S. women’s sitting volleyball team eyes a sixth consecutive medal and third consecutive gold medal.
At the halfway point, the 15-member panel gives the edge to Caitlin Clark in a 9-5 vote.
The Sparks, one of the WNBA’s original eight teams, have played at the downtown arena since 2001, winning three league championships.
Donna Vekic reached her first Grand Slam semifinal in her 43rd appearance at a major tournament by beating qualifier Lulu Sun.

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Becky Hammon has had to prove she belongs among the best in basketball throughout her career.
A’ja Wilson scored 28 points and became the franchise’s all-time leading scorer Sunday as the Las Vegas Aces beat the Dallas Wings 104-85.
Coco Gauff has never made it past the fourth round at Wimbledon, and she exited at that stage again on Sunday, eliminated by Emma Navarro 6-4, 6-3 in an all-American matchup.
Caitlin Clark posted the first triple-double by a rookie in WNBA history to help rally Indiana to an 83-78 victory over New York on Saturday at Gainbridge Fieldhouse.
The No. 1-ranked Swiatek’s 21-match winning streak ended with a listless performance and a slew of mistakes on Saturday, adding up to a 3-6, 6-1, 6-2 loss to unseeded Yulia Putintseva.
Gauff will play another American next in Emma Navarro, whom she beat in straight sets in Auckland in January.
All five members of the U.S. Olympic women’s gymnastics overcame challenges to make it to Paris.
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Chiaka Ogbogu reflects on the power of representation, her Olympic success, and the impact she hopes to make as a first-generation Nigerian-American.