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Vintage Jackson bows out as Australia take basketball Women's World Cup bronze

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Australia beat Canada 95-65 to win the women's basketball World Cup bronze medal. Lauren Jackson produced a vintage performance to go out on a high, 25 years after making her debut. The four-time Olympic medallist, seven-time WNBA all-star and a key member of the 2006 winning team became the face of the tournament.
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Canada falls to Australia in women's basketball World Cup bronze medal match

Canada's women's basketball team's hopes of claiming its first World Cup medal since 1986 fell short on Saturday, after a 95-65 loss to hosts Australia in the bronze medal match.

2 months ago·Canada
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Canada falls to Australia in bronze-medal game at FIBA Women's World Cup - Sportsnet.ca

SYDNEY (AP) — Lauren Jackson admitted she couldn’t have imagined a better ending to her Hall of Fame career. Jackson willed Australia to a win in the bronze medal game at basketball’s World Cup, scoring 30 points to lead the Opals to a 95-65 win over Canada on Saturday. .acf-block-preview .instagram-twitter-container { width: 340px; margin: 0 auto; } “I could have never dreamed of this,” Jackson said. “I can’t imagine it. I can’t actually articu…

2 months ago·Canada
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Australia defeats Canada for bronze at World Cup basketball

Lauren Jackson admitted she couldn't have imagined a better ending to her Hall of Fame career.

2 months ago·Toronto, Canada
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Vintage Jackson bows out as Australia take basketball Women's World Cup bronze

The 2006 champions, who narrowly lost to China in the semi-finals, took a 51-43 lead into half-time on the back 11 points from Steph Talbot in Sydney.

2 months ago·Manila, Philippines
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