Olympic Memories: Women’s Hockey

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Olympic Memories: Women's Hockey




Marie-Philip Poulin


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Marie-Philip Poulin


In the final in Sochi, after a clear round, the Canadians are two goals behind their American rivals at the end of the third period.

Their fate seems sealed. But Canada has not said its last word. In a turnaround as spectacular as it is improbable, Marie-Philip Poulin leads the way to help her team win a fourth Olympic title in a row.

Relive this great moment of emotion in the history of Canadian sport.

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Serena Williams has dominated the tennis world for almost two decades, winning 23 major titles and four gold medals at the Olympics. She started playing tennis at age 5 on the public courts in Compton, Calif., Alongside her sister Venus, who also became one of the best tennis players in the world. She won her most recent major title, the Australian Open in 2017, while she was pregnant. Now, at the age of 38, she ranks ninth on the world charts. Young star Coco Gauff is one of the many players who say that Serena is an inspiration.

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