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Can The U.S. Women's Team Win Its Sixth World Title?
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Now that Simone Biles is back and better than ever, the U.S. women’s team can likely be on cruise control. The women’s team final is tomorrow, October 30, and the squad of Biles, Morgan Hurd, Riley McCusker, Grace McCallum and Kara Eaker will attempt to win its sixth world title.

Their first was on home soil, at the 2003 World Championships in Anaheim. The team’s second was the 2007 Worlds in Stuttgart.

The next three were consecutive: 2011 (Tokyo), 2014 (Nanning) and 2015 (Glasgow).

The other teams in the women’s Team Final: Russia (paired with the U.S. on vault); China and Canada (uneven bars); Brazil and Japan (balance beam); and France and Germany (floor exercise).

In you’re a betting person, put your money on the Americans.

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