Sheryl Swoopes

Former basketball player Sheryl Swoopes is a six-time WNBA All-Star, four-time WNBA Champion, three-time WNBA MVP, and three-time WNBA Defensive Player of the Year. She's also won three Olympic gold medals, and is the only female athlete to have her own signature shoe line, the Nike Air Swoopes. She is currently developing a basketball program to help young girls improve their skills and take their game to the next level.

It’s hard to believe we have come to the end of the 2012 London Summer Olympic Games. We were treated to everything from world records being broken to Usain Bolt proving...

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I am officially calling day 13 of the Olympics, “Women’s Day.” How exciting was yesterday? Even if you have not been following the Games or don’t really like sports, you have to...

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Another amazing day of sports at the 2012 London Olympic Games. With so many great things happening, it’s hard to decide which event was most exciting today. I do however, think that...

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I have never been a huge soccer fan, for the simple fact that I never really took the time to actually sit down and watch a match. It just seemed like the game was so long. After...

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The first week of the Olympics was filled with excitement! From swimming to tennis to track and field, we were definitely entertained, amazed, and even in awe of watching the world's...

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How many of us could deal with the pressures of the world watching and critiquing your every move?  Even adults have a hard time dealing with those pressures at times. Imagine being a...

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Is there anything not to love about the Olympics? This week's been a great week for Team USA. With...

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What a day for 17-year-old gold medalist Missy Franklin. Congratulations! Could she become the Olympics’ new all-American sweetheart?

Just who is Missy Franklin?...

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Another great day of competition in the books. Even though the U.S. is a few gold medals behind China, the two countries are tied overall for number of medals won.  With so many events...

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