"You see it and you're like, 'Oh my God, that's a floaty for the pool!'" WNBA star Amanda Zahui B told Insider. "But then it changes your whole life."
"There's always a holdup when you're talking about a woman breaking through in a man's business," Diana Taurasi told Insider. "The NBA is a boys' club."
"When you get to five [Olympic games], the motivation is larger than getting to the Olympics or winning a gold medal," Diana Taurasi told Insider.
"That All-Star team is loaded!" Diana Taurasi told Insider. "Neither team will have any practice, so it's really a crapshoot of who'll win that game."
The gymnastics superstar has been dealing with a lingering ankle injury in recent weeks, she revealed during Episode 5 of "Simone vs Herself."
"I enjoy watching the WNBA," KD told Insider. "I follow all the girls and try to keep up with the box scores and see how they are doing each night."
The two-time WNBA MVP and six-time All-Star joins Kevin Durant, Dirk Nowitzki, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Luka Dončić as an NBA 2K22 cover athlete.
American gold-medal sprinter Allyson Felix left Nike for Athleta in 2019. Two years later, superstar gymnast Simone Biles followed Felix's path.
Simone Biles and Sasha Farber dreamed of collaborating on a floor routine during "Dancing with the Stars." Ahead of the Olympics, it became a reality.
Simone Biles said the powers of gymnastics "devalue skills" to compensate for her dominance during an episode of her docuseries, "Simone vs Herself."
Taylor spoke to Insider about her rise at ESPN, her versatility, and the "tremendous responsibility" she shoulders as "a Black woman in my position."
In addition to her spelling prowess, 14-year-old Zaila Avant-garde is a jaw-dropping mathlete and once starred in a commercial alongside Steph Curry.
The star ski racer - who brought her dog with her to the final Olympic games of her career - knows how great an impact pups can have on mental health.
The Japanese tennis superstar broke her silence after the French Open controversy by opening up about her mental health: "it's O.K. to not be O.K."
Tennis superstar Naomi Osaka hopes "to inspire the girls out there watching right now" to break the molds of "what people think we're supposed to be."
The USWNT visited Omaha Beach, host of D-Day and the Battle of Normandy, with Pete DuPré back in 2019, so many of the players know the veteran well.
Simone Biles slept "all the time" because it was "better than offing myself," she revealed in her "Simone vs Herself" Facebook Watch docuseries.
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