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U.S. clinches record-extending 11th women's basketball World Cup

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The U.S. beat China 83-61 to win a record-extending 11th Women's World Cup title. Australia's Lauren Jackson brought the curtain down on her glittering career with a bronze medal. A.A. Wilson, who plays for the WNBA's Las Vegas Aces, was named MVP of the tournament.
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US win 11th women's basketball World Cup title

The United States win a record-extending 11th women's basketball World Cup title with an 83-61 victory over China in Sydney.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Dominant USA crush China to win 11th women's basketball World Cup

A'ja Wilson poured in 19 points as the all-conquering United States crushed China 83-61 to win their fourth straight women's basketball World Cup and 11th overall in Sydney on Saturday.Kelsey Plum added 17 points and Jewell Loyd 11 as the Chinese were overpowered by a formidable team that stretched their unbeaten streak in the competition to 30 games.The US went to half-time with a 43-33 lead and there was no stopping them in front of 15,895 fan…

2 months ago·United States
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U.S. clinches record-extending 11th women's basketball World Cup

A'ja Wilson, who plays for the WNBA's Las Vegas Aces, led the U.S. with 19 points and was named MVP of the tournament.

2 months ago·Japan
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USA clinches record-extending 11th Women's World Cup title

A'ja Wilson stars as USA weathers a late surge from China to capture their fourth straight FIBA Women's World Cup title

2 months ago·Philippines
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USA clinches record-extending 11th Fiba Women’s World Cup title

Defending champions USA beat China 83-61 to win a record-extending 11th Women's World Cup title in Sydney on Saturday. A'ja Wilson, who plays for the WNBA's Las Vegas Aces, led

2 months ago·Manila, Philippines
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