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Latest On Women in Sports

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.
Katie Ledecky and Kate Douglass are the leading U.S. female swimmers so far in 2024.
Ariarne Titmus swam the second-fastest 400m freestyle in history at the Australia Olympic Trials.

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Linnea Strom posted a brilliant 60 early in the day and it held for her first LPGA win.
At the New York City Grand Prix, Sydney McLaughlin-Levrone won the 400m, an event she does not plan to race at Olympic Trials.
The native of England held off challenges by Louis Foster and Jacob Abel for her first career victory in the series.
This is the second time the Grant has won the Volvo Car Scandinavian Mixed.
Coco Gauff and Katerina Siniakova won the French Open in their first tournament together.
The school and Jones announced the decision Friday, saying Jones would remain on scholarship and work toward her degree at Iowa.
Iga Swiatek beat Jasmine Paolini to win a third consecutive French Open.
Bruna Alexandre, a Paralympic table tennis medalist from Brazil, made the Olympic team for Paris.
Sun, Aces hold steady at the top, but Sky’s the limit for Angel Reese and Chicago.
Iga Swiatek plays Jasmine Paolini in the French Open women’s singles final, live on NBC Sports and Peacock.