Four members of the WNBA champion Minnesota Lynx are among the 21 finalists being considered for Team USA at the Olympic Games in London. The 12-player roster will be chosen sometime this spring.
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Augustus, Whalen and Moore named to 2012 U.S. Women's Olympic team
Three members of the Minnesota Lynx will play for the U.S. Women's Olympic team this summer in London. Forward Maya Moore and guards Lindsay Whalen and Siemone Augustus were all chosen to be part of the 12 player team. Augustus was part of the 2008 team that won the gold medal in Beijing.
Team USA looks a lot like Lynx
The Minnesota Lynx are sending more than their fair share to the London Olympics as part of the Team USA basketball squad -- Maya Moore, Seimone Augustus and Lindsay Whalen. The Associated Press writes in a profile of the three players that the Lynx have taken over the WNBA. Now they're looking to conquer the world.
Twin Cities native named to the U.S. women's Olympic fencing team
21-year-old Susie Scanlan and her coach will travel to London this summer for the 2012 Olympic games. The Star Tribune reports the St. Paul Central grad had a breakthrough performance in February to boost her point standings.
Countdown to London: Maya Moore talks Olympic gold
WNBA Rookie of the Year Maya Moore of the Lynx takes a look ahead to the Olympics in London and her expectations for bring back some USA gold.
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