Road to Rio: Tamika Catchings shoots for another gold

07/21/2016

 

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At 37 years old, Tamika Catchings will become the oldest player in Team USA’s Olympic basketball history when she suits up in Rio.

Catchings joined the squad in 2002 and the U.S. is 50-1 in major international competitions since.

In the latest installment of Road to Rio, Catchings talks about the mindset that has allowed the team to have so much success as she looks to capture her fourth gold medal.

(Listen to Road to Rio for 7/21/16)

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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