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  1. sports
    Partying With the U.S. Women’s Soccer Team at Its Victory Parade“Years ago, female athletes were mocked. Now look at this.”
  2. 2019 women's world cup
    The U.S. Women’s Team Post–World Cup Celebrations Were So JoyousAshlyn Harris’s Instagram Story, in particular, deserves an Oscar.
  3. 2019 women's world cup
    Sue Bird Wrote the World’s Sweetest Essay to Megan RapinoeBird calls her girlfriend “the world’s biggest most kissable goofball queen.”
  4. 2019 women's world cup
    I’m Prepared to Fight for Megan RapinoeThe star midfielder is the best part of the World Cup.
  5. science of us
    Why Do I Love Soccer Players So Much?Statistically, this amount of hotness doesn’t make sense.
  6. World Cup Champion Hope Solo Is Getting Into TVShe also says she’s “learned a lot of lessons down the road.”
  7. addiction
    Abby Wambach Abused Alcohol and Prescription Drugs for YearsThe soccer star talks about addiction in her new memoir.
  8. swellness
    Soccer Star Carli Lloyd on Ice Baths and PedicuresThe USWNT co-captain trains like a beast.
  9. 2016 olympics
    Soccer Fans Show Hope Solo Exactly How They Feel About Her Zika CommentsShe got booed during the Olympic opener.
  10. Judge Rules That the USWNT Does Not Have the Right to StrikeSo, now what?
  11. The U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team Is Gearing Up for a StrikeA cog in the Road to Rio.
  12. eff you pay me
    Senate Backs World Cup Winners in Pay-Discrimination ComplaintAnother win for the USWNT.
  13. women in sports
    The U.S. Women’s Soccer Team Doesn’t Have Time for This NonsenseThey had to cancel a game thanks to “horrible” field conditions.
  14. goodbye to all that
    Abby Wambach, American Hero, Is RetiringA sad day for American soccer.
  15. women in sports
    Sydney Leroux Believes That We Will Win (Again)The soccer star aims to strike while the iron’s hot.
  16. just girly things
    US Women’s Soccer Win Doesn’t Impress FIFA FlackBecause here, soccer is just “an ethnic sport for girls in schools.”