USA claims sixth gold medal by routing Spain, 101-72

The USA breezed to their sixth straight gold medal today with a win over Spain, 101-72.

They are unmatchable on the court, and at these Games.

Sacrifices made the journey special for this team.

Sue Bird, Tamika Catchings and Diana Taurasi savor their fourth gold medals.

They have added to their legacy as America’s most dominant team.

Are they the greatest U.S. women’s team of all time? One columnistthinks so.

USA’s dominance will only continue.

Six facts for six gold medals.

Elena Delle Donne on her first Olympic gold: “Somebody pinch me.”

Photos.

Also:

Serbia beat France, 70-63, to take the bronze medal.

USA, gold

Spain, silver

Serbia, bronze

Not quite what was expected, was it?

1996 team:

Q&A with Nikki McCray

Q&A with Tara VanDerveer

Other Olympics news:

Australia is looking to future and new opportunities ahead of their next tournament.

The United States of women rules the world – and is making steady progress at home.

WNBA player news:

Candace Parker: ALL DAY.

What Sparks guard Alana Beard did on her summer vacation.

Liberty center Tina Charles’ drive is matched only by her charitable spirit.

Former WNBA player news:

Q&A with Teresa Weatherspoon.

College coach news:

Tennessee coach Holly Warlick is positive amidst a difficult year.

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