Canadian women’s basketball team takes game to another level

Canadian women’s basketball team takes game to another level

By Doug Smith Toronto Star September 3, 2018 Miranda Ayim, two-time Olympian and a mainstay on the national basketball teamfor almost a decade, is quick to point out the all-around change the program has undergone in recent years. Much has been made about backcourt speed and athleticism, both offensively and defensively among the guards, until...

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EuroCup Preview

EuroCup Preview

Game 1 of EuroCup tips off next week as Basket Landes takes on Hungarian side Cegled at home in Group G action. The game is at 8pm local time, 2pm east coast time on Wednesday, October 11.  You can follow live stats here. FIBA posted the following preview: Which players will make the difference in EuroCup Women Group G? Miranda Ayim (Basket...

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Londoner Ayim winds down from AmeriCup win

Londoner Ayim winds down from AmeriCup win

By Morris Dalla Costa London Free Press August 18, 2017 Miranda Ayim is a tremendous basketball player. She’s become a leader with the women’s national team and although only 29, she is now the veteran presence, a player that younger players will look up to. You won’t hear that from her though. The Londoner, a Saunders secondary school graduate,...

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Ayim stepping up for Canadian women’s national basketball team

Ayim stepping up for Canadian women’s national basketball team

By Jason Hills Edmonton Sun/Journal July 27, 2017 For nearly a decade, Miranda Ayim has been an integral part of Canada’s senior women’s national basketball program, but the nine-year veteran may be stepping into one of her most important roles yet. With the national team retirements of Lizanne Murphy, Tamara Tatham and Shona Thorburn this...

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Londoner Miranda Ayim takes Rio disappointment in stride

Londoner Miranda Ayim takes Rio disappointment in stride

By Morris Dalla Costa The London Free Press August 23, 2016 In an athletic cornucopia as full and varied as an Olympic Games very little is guaranteed. When the competition is the best in the world, expectations sometimes are left unfulfilled. But understanding that doesn’t make the end result any easier to take. Londoner Miranda Ayim, a member...

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Chatham Connection In Olympic Basketball

Chatham Connection In Olympic Basketball

By Jake Kislinsky August 10, 2016 Blackburn News Canada’s Women’s National Basketball Team have a piece of Chatham-Kent with them as they move through the Rio Olympics. Ahead of the Rio 2016 competition, young members of Chatham’s MC Hoops Camp sent a care package composed of letters and pictures to the team. Manager Linda Corrente says, not only...

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Olympian Overview: Miranda Ayim

Olympian Overview: Miranda Ayim

Source: Canada Basketball, August 5, 2016 On Team Canada, Miranda Ayim is her own demographic. Of the 12 athletes who comprise the Canadian women's Olympic basketball team, seven are under age 25, four are in their 30s. And then there is Miranda, who celebrated her 28th birthday in May. "I'm kind of in the middle by myself," says the...

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I'm a 2x Olympian passionate about turning our flaws and failures into powerful opportunities for growth.

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