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Quest for Gold -- Maya Moore



  1. Jerry Hughes1:41
  2. women's basketball0:46
  3. UConn1:21
  4. Missouri0:14
  5. Chad1:36
  6. gold medal0:51
  7. national champion1:20
  8. basketball hoop0:05
Mon, 16 Jul 2012|

NCAA and WNBA champion Maya Moore hopes to lead the women's basketball team to their fourth straight gold medal in the 2012 Olympics.


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Mya Moore was just three years old when her mother mounted a basketball hoop on the back door of their apartment. Since then more has won championships at every level from high school to college to the pros. Now the Missouri native is more ready to show off her skills. On the global stage in London. Well and they want to take with me. Tennis Cameron. -- Live video. Can't personally Saturday capturing the US women's basketball team has captured four straight gold medals and are looking for more. Having gold medal and. -- would be so fun I think it's it's a new experience another stage another level or another opportunity to win and Stewart as well he's creating an amazing memories. It's going to be the hardest thing thank as far as the amount of talent and the level of challenge. Because everyone. We'll states that are the best of the best in the country so. It's no easy task. A two time national champion UConn and the first overall pick in the morning eleven WNBA draft understands nothing will be handed the team USA. On the world stage we're supposed to me. This is just another level about. Chad you planning and preparation. That's the fun just insurance and Jerry Hughes how those days it works out workouts in preparation and studying film and competing in -- and hopefully we'll give you that podium -- -- --

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