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World University Games Opening Ceremony

World University Games Opening Ceremony
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The USA Women's World University Games team is in South Korea for the 2015 World University Games, and they enjoyed the Opening Ceremony on Friday.

World University Games Opening Ceremony

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(L-R): Brionna Jones, Aerial Powers, USA assistant coach Tanya Warren, Chanise Jenkins and Courtney Williams strike a pose prior to the Opening Ceremony.

World University Games Opening Ceremony

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Katie Hempen (left) and Brionna Jones share a laugh while waiting to line up for the Opening Ceremony.

World University Games Opening Ceremony

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Tennessee's Mercedes Russell awaits the start of Opening Ceremony.

World University Games Opening Ceremony

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The USA begins play at the World University Games on July 5 against Italy -- with the time difference, fans can watch this game live on ESPNU on July 4 at 9 p.m. ET.

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Stanford's Erica McCall chats with a member of the USA delegation.

World University Games Opening Ceremony

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Selfies were popular with the athletes from all countries at Opening Ceremony.

World University Games Opening Ceremony

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Stanford's Erica McCall poses with a couple World University Games athletes prior to the Opening Ceremony.

World University Games Opening Ceremony

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Athletes from all countries mixed and mingled prior to the start of the Opening Ceremony.

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One of the 2015 World University Games mascots adorns the side of the stadium.

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Arizona State's Katie Hempen cheers during the Opening Ceremony.

World University Games Opening Ceremony

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Tennessee's Diamond DeShields and Oregon State's Sydney Wiese strike their goofiest pose.

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South Florida's Courtney Williams and Michigan State's Aerial Powers pose for a shot prior to entering the stadium.

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A member of the USA delegation photo bombs USA and Northwestern head coach Joe McKeown and South Florida's Courtney Williams.

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Gwuangju, South Korea is the proud host of the 2015 World University Games.

World University Games Opening Ceremony

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Tennessee's Diamond DeShields stops for a pic as the team enters the stadium.

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Michigan State's Aerial Powers documents the festivities.

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Light Up Tomorrow is the slogan of the 2015 World University Games.

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The flame is lit. Let the games begin! The USA begins play at the World University Games on July 5 against Italy -- with the time difference, fans can watch this game live on ESPNU on July 4 at 9 p.m. ET.

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