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She Persisted: Diana Taurasi

by Monica Brown

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"When Diana Taurasi was a girl, professional women's basketball didn't exist in the U.S. Diana knew she was talented, and she worked hard to create opportunities for herself and other female athletes. She won high school and college championships before going pro with the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury and winning five Olympic gold medals, inspiring many girls to follow in her athletic footsteps."--Page [2] of cover.… (more)
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"When Diana Taurasi was a girl, professional women's basketball didn't exist in the U.S. Diana knew she was talented, and she worked hard to create opportunities for herself and other female athletes. She won high school and college championships before going pro with the WNBA's Phoenix Mercury and winning five Olympic gold medals, inspiring many girls to follow in her athletic footsteps."--Page [2] of cover.

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