Road to Rio: U.S. women go for back-to-back water polo golds


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It’s amazing the difference four years can make. After a heartbreaking loss in the gold medal game in Beijing, the U.S. women’s water polo team captured gold in London in 2012.

In the latest installment of Road to Rio, team captain Maggie Steffens talks about what inspired her to become an Olympic champion – and the journey to try to do it again in Brazil.

(Listen to Road to Rio for 7/18/16)


Westwood One’s daily coverage of the Rio Olympics begins on August 5th with around-the-clock coverage of the XXXI Olympiad, including live play-by-play of men’s and women’s basketball, men’s and women’s soccer, men’s golf and much more.


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