Road to Rio: Venus and Serena going for another gold in doubles

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The Williams sisters have dominated the women’s tennis tour for more than a decade and they’ve been no slouches on the Olympic stage either.

Venus and Serena have each won Olympic gold in singles – and they’ve won three of the past four gold medals in women’s doubles. They’ll head to Rio seeking a fourth gold together.

In the latest installment of Road to Rio, Serena tells us why they keep coming back.

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


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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