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It’s no exaggeration to say that representing your country and participating in the Olympics is a dream come true for most athletes. There are now 25 basketball players competing for 12 spots on the US Olympic Women’s Basketball Team. Fifteen of the 25 recently participated in. . . Read More
From the draw in Zaragoza for the FIBA U17 Women’s World Championship, to the 2016 EuroCup Women Final and EuroLeague Women Final Four in Istanbul, a blockbuster week lies in store on European soil this week. Fortunate to be at the heart of it, I will be attending the latter two events in person an. . . Read More
The Tall Ferns women's basketball team have confirmed their schedule for a final shot at qualifying for the 2016 Rio Olympic Games and will leave no stone unturned in an intensive five-week campaign to prepare for FIBA Qualifier in France in mid-June. Head Coach Kennedy Kereama has announced the 23. . . Read More
On the eve of Lauren Jackson's retirement announcement the Australian Opals gathered at Canberra's Australian Institute of Sport to celebrate her career. They watched a short video of her career highlights, but eight minutes of footage will never do it justice. Opals coach Brendan Joyce knows you . . . Read More
Australian Opals young gun Stephanie Talbot has admitted the appointment of Paul Goriss as coach has improved the Canberra Capitals' chances of re-signing her for the next WNBL season. The 21-year-old is currently focussed on trying to make the Rio Olympic Games squad but already boasts a strong r. . . Read More
Australian basketball champion Lauren Jackson has retired from the sport, ruling herself out of a bid to make it to the Rio Olympic Games and calling time on a glittering career that saw her win almost every prize around the world. Jackson said she feels "real empty" when she made the announcement . . . Read More
Retired Australian basketball star Lauren Jackson says female basketball players are caught in an unfortunate cycle, making gender inequality in the sport a tough nut to crack. Even in the United States, Jackson told 7.30 the difference in terms of salaries is "unbelievable" and the issue, even for. . . Read More
Australia's greatest female basketballer, Lauren Jackson, has announced her immediate retirement from international competition, ending an illustrious career that saw her lead the Opals to four Olympic medals and star for Seattle Storm in the WNBA. Jackson had been hoping to play at. . . Read More



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