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Steph Curry, Megan Rapinoe join WNBA stars in powerful message supporting Brittney Griner

Steph Curry and Megan Rapinoe join WNBA stars Nneka Ogwumike and Skylar Diggins-Smith in calling for continued efforts to bring home Brittney Griner. The entire sports world tuned in for a night of the biggest names in the game at the 2022 ESPYS. And with that searing spotlight fixed on athletic icons, several took the stage to bring attention to the plight of Brittney Griner.
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Megan Rapinoe Posts Tongue-out Selfie During the ESPYS

Women’s soccer star Megan Rapinoe didn’t shy away from the cameras or the big stage during ESPN‘s ESPYs this year. Rapinoe’s biggest moment during this year’s award show came when she showed support for WNBA star Brittney Griner, who is currently detained in Russia. She took two minutes to talk about Griner’s detainment, calling her a “political prisoner.”
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Megan Rapinoe Says Goodbye to Her Iconic Pink Hair

Megan Rapinoe is entering her blond era. At last night's ESPY Awards, the soccer player and activist traded her signature pink hair for an ashy blond hue. Although we've seen Rapinoe in various shades of pink before, including a bright magenta shade from celebrity hairstylist Riawna Capri, it's been a while since she's opted for a more natural-looking shade. But then again, Rapinoe isn't afraid of change. In fact, in desperate times, she even let her partner, Sue Bird, cut her hair at home with materials she bought at CVS.
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Megan Rapinoe smiles at fiancée Sue Bird as she takes photos of her at the Presidential Medal of Freedom ceremony

Megan Rapinoe seemingly noticed her fiancée, Sue Bird, taking photos of her in the crowd and quickly smiled for the camera, while attending the President Medal of Freedom ceremony on Thursday.The 37-year-old soccer player and 16 others received the nation’s highest civilian honour, with the award being presented to them by President Joe Biden.During the White House ceremony, the 41-year-old basketball player sat in the audience to support her partner’s achievement. As documented in a video of the event, shared via Twitter, Bird could be seen sitting in her row and holding up her phone.Although she continued to hold...
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