Commentary: Jim Gray on women dominating in London

08/10/2012

LONDON – In case you were wondering, that sound you’re hearing is women shattering the glass ceiling – and world record after world record – at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

From the American gymnasts winning gold to a first-ever water polo triumph, women are getting it done in the British capital.

In his nightly commentary, Westwood One’s Jim Gray talks about the overwhelming amount of girl power that’s been on display at these Olympics.

(Listen to Jim Gray’s Olympic commentary for 8/10/12)

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