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#163 - Liz Cambage Direct From Quarantine

October 8, 2020
In this episode we are joined by Durham’s longest serving athlete; dual Olympian and WNBA superstar Liz Cambage. Liz takes us through her amazing journey from being a young 6"5 girl with knees so bad she could hardly walk up a flight of stairs to being the first woman to dunk at the Olympics and now the most dominant female basketball player in the world. We talk about how she rediscovered her love of basketball with the Deakin Melbourne Boomers, how she got in the zone to set the all time WNBA single game scoring record and what it was like to work on her game with her hero and mentor Kobe Bryant. In addition we dive into the mental health benefits of great training, how she is keeping fit in hotel quarantine and her passionate activism for race and gender equality. This chance to get to know the real Liz is not to be missed!

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