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Maya Moore Named SportsWoman of the Year by Women’s Sports Foundation

Maya Moore Named SportsWoman of the Year by Women’s Sports Foundation

The WSF’s coveted 2017 Sportswoman of the Year award was given two-time Olympic medalist and four-time WNBA champion Maya Moore (Basketball) in the team sports category, and  14-time World Championships gold medalist and 14-time USA Swimming National Champion, Katie Ledecky (Swimming) in the individual sports category.

The award is presented to athletes who have exhibited supreme athletic performance over the past year and distinguished themselves in their sport. Past winners include Abby Wambach (Soccer), Simone Biles (Gymnastics) and Venus and Serena Williams (Tennis).

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