Catchings & Co. help girls in Thailand

Tamika Catchings & Co. are checking in from Thailand, where they are sharing their stories and experiences with young athletes to show that anything is possible, as part of the State Department's Empowering Women and Girls through Sports Initiative.

Check out the latest pictures from their trip this week (the group will also have a video report before heading back to the U.S.):

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Strong Women, Better World! Strong Women, Better World! Tamika Catchings and her team celebrate their hard work and team play during a workout session in Bangkok.

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Practice makes perfect. Tamika Catchings (pictured here), along with Ebony Hoffman and Becky Bonner, lead clinics in Bangkok, where they met with more than 100 young female athletes between the ages of 12-15.

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Young athletes get fired up after their victory in a shootout contest, which was led by the WNBA's Tamika Catchings and Ebony Hoffman.

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Tamika Catchings provides a passing pointer to a young athlete in Bangkok on Tuesday, as part of the State Department's global efforts to empower women and girls through sports.

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Recognizing the importance of inclusiveness in sports and life, Ebony Hoffman, Becky Bonner and Tamika Catchings worked on hoops drills and techniques with players from the Sports Association of the Disabled.

You can click here to learn more about the U.S. Department of State and espnW Global Sports Mentoring Program.