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Sha’Carri Richardson is officially on her way to the Olympic in Paris for the first time after winning the women’s 100m at the U.S. Olympic Track & Field Team Trials in 10.71 seconds, a season’s and world’s best in 2024.
A’ja Wilson leads Caitlin Clark by just over a thousand votes in early fan voting for the WNBA All-Star Game, the league announced Friday.

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The No. 2 pick out of Stanford was set to go to Paris to represent Team USA in 3x3 Women’s Basketball.
Korda, a six-time winner this season, has missed her last two cuts on the LPGA.
Three-time Olympians Alev Kelter and Lauren Doyle headline the U.S. Olympic women’s rugby team for Paris.
Australian Open champion Aryna Sabalenka will not play the Paris Olympics to prioritize hard-court tournaments.

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Katie Ledecky qualified for her fourth Olympics by winning the 400m freestyle at the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials.
Liberty peak, Aces tumble and Caitlin Clark is learning how to win in the WNBA.
World champion Mollie O’Callaghan won a stacked 100m freestyle at Australia’s Olympic Trials.
Kristen Faulkner was one of the track cyclists named to the U.S. Olympic team for Paris.
Kaylee McKeown missed her world record by 16 hundredths of a second at Australia’s Olympic Trials.
Korda’s USWO was undone in one hole. But she enters this week’s Meijer LPGA Classic in a positive frame of mind.
Ariarne Titmus and Mollie O’Callaghan both went under the 200m freestyle world record.
Manizha Talash is the lone breaker, and one of two women originally from Afghanistan, on the Refugee Olympic Team.
Diana Taurasi, A’ja Wilson and Brittney Griner headline the U.S. Olympic women’s basketball roster for Paris.
Kaylee McKeown missed her world record by eight hundredths of a second at the Australia Olympic Trials.