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PODCAST: Rubiales won't resign, the WTA's likely Saudi partnership, U.S. Open preview, and track & field worlds recap
This podcast truly has it all.
In this week's episode of the Power Plays Podcast, Jessie Berggren joins Lindsay Gibbs to review this week's women's sports news (0:21), and to go over a detailed list of all the latest horrible madness in the case of Luis Rubiales, the president of the Spanish football federation who kissed Spanish player Jenni Hermoso on the lips during the World Cup trophy presentation. (9:49).
Then, (24:29) Jon Wertheim -- Sports Illustrated executive editor, Tennis Channel analyst, and 60 minutes contributor -- comes on the show to talk about the latest developments in the WTA's likely partnership with Saudi Arabia, and to give a brief preview of the U.S. Open.
Finally (56:16), Katelyn Hutchison, a contributor to CITIUS Mag, tells us about her week in Budapest covering the world track and field championships, and to tell us about the great weeks for Sha'Carri Richardson, Femke Bol, Faith Kipyegon, and more.
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