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Women's World Cup

Very exciting to watch the US women secure the World Cup championship yesterday.

A few notes:

1) here’s video of the first four goals. Goal number four, the midfield shot by Carli Lloyd, was an extraordinary testament to athletic awareness and split-second decision-making. 645 more words

Carli Lloyd signs most lucrative women's soccer endorsement deal of all time

Canada – Following the U.S. Women’s victory at the 2015 FIFA World Cup, star forward and South Jersey native Carli Lloyd signed a 3 year, $15,000 endorsement deal with Empire Today, the national carpet and hardwood flooring company, making her the richest female soccer player of all time. 183 more words

BREAKING NEWS

WWC Watch Party with Mia Hamm

Blue Cross & Blue Shield of NC hosted a Women’s World Cup Watch Party Monday night in Chapel Hill, NC featuring Women’s Soccer legends Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly, and Tisha Venturing Hoch. 105 more words

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I have 0 interest in Woman's Soccer. 0. Am I on an Island here?

Real talk for a second-

I’m an admittedly massive sports fan. I’d also consider myself to be one hell of an American, but I just can’t get into this Women’s US soccer team for the life of me. 393 more words

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The USA women's soccer team never lacks for punch with incorrigible Hope Solo in goal

The United States women’s soccer team is back on the pitch Monday night and is hoping it will have enough punch to defeat Colombia and move one step closer to reaching the World Cup final on July 5. 683 more words

Women's Sports

Confessions of a Women's Soccer Fan: Four Years Ago I Wasn’t Crazy About Abby Wambach

Even as I sat on the edge of my chair, screaming as she nailed an insane, bullet-like header into the back of the net to tie the game up in the quarter finals against Brazil in 2011, even as I jumped up to cheer when she did it… 717 more words

Edmonton (Canada) & the Women's World Cup

Edmonton & the Women’s World Cup

Before there was a city, First Nations people, as they are called in Canada, came seasonally to this area along the banks of the North Saskatchewan River, following their hunting routes. 1,004 more words

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