Race on over to your TV to catch the Triathlon Tour, W series, and MORE women’s sports this weekend!
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The WNBA season may be on its way to winding down but we still have an action packed weekend ahead of us!
Friday night, there are three games to enjoy starting with the Connecticut Sun vs. the Minnesota Lynx at 8 p.m. ET on League Pass. Also at 8 p.m. ET the Dallas Wings and the Chicago Sky will tip off on CBS Sports.
Finally, catch the FINAL regular season matchup EVER between legends Sue Bird and Diana Taurasi as the Phoenix Mercury and the Seattle Storm play at 10 p.m. ET on League Pass.
Sunday, catch a 3 p.m. ET game between the Dallas Wings and the Indiana Fever, followed by the Seattle Storm playing the Atlanta Dream at 6 p.m. ET on League Pass. The last match of the weekend is at 7 p.m. ET as the Connecticut Sun play the Minnesota Lynx once more on Amazon Prime.
LPGA - The Amundi Evian Championship
The LPGA Tour continues with the Amundi Evian Championship this weekend… and Canadian Brooke Henderson is back!
Last time she played was at the KPMG Women’s PGA Championship, where she tied for 16th. And now she sits tied for 2nd place with America’s Nelly Korda so far in this tournament!
This is a huge leap from 2021, when she finished tied for 25th place in this competition.
Sitting in first place at the moment is Japan’s Ayaka Furue. She is just a 22-year-old LPGA Tour rookie, but is making big waves already.
In her past, Furue has had seven wins on the LPGA Tour! The question is, will she be able to claim another one in her first major championship?
Find out by tuning into the tournament on the Golf Channel and
W Series - Le Castellet
The W series is in France as the best in women’s racing will go head to head at this weekend’s event! With the rise in popularity in racing over the past few years, this is the perfect time to check out the women’s side of the sport.
The action kicks off Friday as the racers will compete in the qualifying rounds starting at 1:25 p.m. ET on TSN.
Make sure to watch the W Series and get caught up on everything women’s racing this summer!
PTO Triathlon Tour Canadian Open
The debut edition of the PTO Canadian Open is taking place in Edmonton! And there is a Women’s Pro race you won’t want to miss.
Even though some of the sport’s top athletes will be missing due to injury or taking a break, there are still big names who will make an appearance like Germany’s Laura Philipp, who is currently ranked third.
Edmonton-born triathlete Paula Findlay will also be competing. She recently won the Canadian Time Trial Championships in her hometown.
The event will comprise of a 2km swim, an 80km bike course, and finishing with a pretty flat and fast 18km run.
To watch the event, swim, bike, and run over to CBC Sports.
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