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Caitlin Clark's basketball brilliance: The FIBA U19 WWC mixtape

MIES (Switzerland) - Caitlyn Clark has been taking the basketball world by storm.

And she's been doing so for a long time, ever since starring FIBA U19 Women's Basketball World Cups since 2019.
Not convinced? Check out her exclusive FIBA U19WWC mixtape here:

Clark was named TISSOT MVP of the 2021 edition of the competition while going undefeated and winning gold medals in both 2019 and 2021 with USA Basketball. Combine a U16 Women's AmeriCup 2017 title and it was clear early on that Clark has a very bright future ahead of her.

So far, she has followed through on reaching her historic potential.

Earlier last year, she recorded the first-ever 40-point triple-double in NCAA Tournament history.

A few weeks ago on February 15, she scored a career-high and an Iowa Hawkeyes record of 49 points while also breaking Kelsey Plum's record for most career points in women's NCAA history.

Then, on March 3, she broke yet another record - most career points in NCAA Division 1 history for both men and women. The record was previously held by the legendary Pete Maravich who scored 3,667.

It seems all but certain that Clark will be taking on the senior national team level soon. And we'll be looking forward to seeing which new pages in the history books she'll be writing next.

To stay updated on Clark's FIBA career, don't forget to check out and bookmark her FIBA player page.