Caitlin Clark Felt ‘No Disappointment’ in Olympics Team Snub – Hollywood Life


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Caitlin Clark revealed she is “not disappointed” after not making it into the 2024 Paris Olympics USA workforce.​​ “I was a kid who grew up watching the Olympics, so it’ll be fun to watch them. I think it just gives you something to work for. Hopefully in four years, I can be there,” shared the 22-year-old.

“I’m excited for the girls that are on the team…I know it’s the most competitive team in the world and I know it could’ve gone either way,” stated the Indiana Fever participant by way of a put up shared by sports activities reporter Chloe Peterson on X.

The first-round-pick of the 2024 WNBA Draft came upon the information whereas on the workforce bus through which she reached out to her coach, Christie Sides. “The thing she said was, ‘Hey coach, they woke a monster, which I thought was awesome,” admitted the Fever coach.

The USA workforce record is ready to launch to be launched on Tuesday, June 11, though an insider stated the workforce was made up by Kahleah Copper, Alyssa Thomas, Sabrina Ionescu, Kelsey Plum, Jackie Young, Chelsea Gray, A’ja Wilson, Breanna Stewart,  Napheesa Collier, Jewell Loyd, Diana Taurasi, and Brittney Griner.

Caitlin’s want of enjoying for the USA comes amid a tough begin to her rookie 12 months. The athlete has been shoved and pushed down in a number of video games this season. “I grew up playing basketball with the boys. It’s always been physical and feisty and you have to find a way to hold your own,” Caitlin recalled to the press after a recreation in opposition to Chicago Sky. 

Aside from this, she has grow to be the speak of the city. Everyone is speaking about her, together with Pat McAfee who referred to as her a “white bitchh.” The sports activities analyst described her utilizing foul language throughout his ESPN present The Pat McAfee Show, however in his phrases, he made it identified it was utilized in “complimentary fashion-like” approach. He then took it to the present the following day to apologize after seeing his phrases blow up. “I shouldn’t have used ‘white bitch’ as a descriptor of Caitlin Clark. No matter the context.. even if we’re talking about race being a reason for some of the stuff happening.. I have way too much respect for her and women to put that into the universe,” he wrote on X.


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