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Sports Illustrated (Magazine)

(2015, June 8). Sports Illustrated.

Magazine Description: This magazine is all about sports and profiles different sporting events and athletes. The magazine covers all different types of sports including baseball, basketball, soccer, football, golf, as well as sports like BMX biking. 417 more words

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Abby Wambach: "We need each other"

In light of the Special Olympics World Games taking place this summer in Los Angeles, the Doha GOALS Forum held panels in which sports leaders from across the world discussed the growing sporting world and its influence. 35 more words


Women's World Cup Soccer Champs To Play At Ford Field In September

DETROIT (WWJ) – The 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup champion U.S. Women’s National Team will make a stop in Detroit as part of their victory tour in September. 389 more words


"Women are being short-changed in soccer. We need to step up and work for equal pay." -- The Women's World Cup winning team paid four times less than the men.

Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-NY), an advocate for wage equality, is speaking up for the US. Women’s Soccer Team. Despite their incredible and historic victory, the team will be paid $2 million from FIFA (Fédération Internationale de Football Association), compared to the $8 million that men’s teams receive. 93 more words

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#InspiringWomen: The 2015 U.S. Women's Soccer Team

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Wow. Sunday, July 5th, 2015. It’s a date I will never ever forget. Hope Solo, Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, Carli Lloyd and the U.S. 728 more words

Inspiring Women

Flag, Fans, and Followers

The Confederate flag was taken down from the state house in South Carolina this week.  The US women’s soccer team was the first women’s team of any kind to received a ticker tape parade in New York City.   201 more words

Congratulations to The US Women's Soccer Team for their Incredible World Cup Win

Take a look at this video – not really a surprise these ladies took home the World Cup. Abby Wambach is about to go 4-for-4 on some very small targets.

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