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LONDON -- When the clock finally ran out on the U.S. soccer team's gold medal win over Japan on Thursday, a group of players ran from the sideline to goalkeeper Hope Solo while another dashed toward the other end of the field to dog-pile atop Carli Lloyd....
Los Angeles TimesOn a rollicking night when England's sporting cathedral swelled with their relentlessness, the USA women's soccer team didn't simply gain revenge. They clutched it. They wore it. They owned it. One goal bounced from Carli Lloyd's head as she flew, and...
Tags: Amy LePeilbet, Bruce Springsteen, Soccer, England, Tobin Heath
email@example.comShame on NBC-TV. Sure, it was great to see David Rudisha set a world record in the 800-meter run and run around stadium in London with a Kenyan flag draped around him. It was touching to see his story and struggle to get to this point. It was fun to see...
Tags: Usain Bolt, Awards and Prizes, Polo, Soccer, FIFA World Cup
DALLAS – On their recent trip to Japan, the U.S. women’s soccer team got striking views of two things that left a lasting impression. One was the lingering devastation from the earthquake and tsunami that hit the northeast coast of Japan&...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness SportsThe United States Women's national team lost the Women's World Cup 2-2 (3-1) on penalty kicks to Japan. It is Japan's first World Cup victory. USA scored first thanks to Alex Morgan before Japan tied it in the second half, pushing it to extra time....
Tags: Athletes, Christie Rampone, Hope Solo, Soccer, Abby Wambach
FRANKFURT, Germany - The Americans stood on the field, watching in stunned silence. This, they were certain, was their World Cup to win. Through every comeback, to every last second, they never doubted that, somehow, they would emerge as champions....
Tags: Athletes, Ali Krieger, Pia Sundhage, Soccer, Shannon Boxx
The Other Football - Orlando SentinelGrahame L. Jones. Los Angeles Times Staff Writer The United States swept into the final of the sixth Women's World Cup with a convincing 3-1 victory over France in the semifinal on Wednesday in Moenchengladbach, Germany. The Americans will play either...
Business & Pleasure of Sports | Sun Sentinel blogsHope Solo, goalkeeper of the U.S. World Cup team, will be the first women???s soccer player on the cover of Sports Illustrated in eight years when this week???s edition hits the newsstands Wednesday. It is a bittersweet distinction as......
Tags: Athletes, Sports Illustrated, Hope Solo, Abby Wambach, Soccer
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