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Hope Solo Suspended from Women’s National Team

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Mike Siegel/Associated Press   A lot of stress fell off Hope Solo’s shoulders after the domestic violence charges against her, filed by her half-sister, were dropped and she was free to re-join the US Women’s National Soccer Team. The US Women’s National Soccer Team, however, was not ready to welcome her back. She was suspended 30 days by More...

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By Stephen Ur On Tuesday, January 20th, 2015
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Lindsey Vonn Makes Women’s History

(AFP Photo/Alberto Pizzoli)   A critical knee that kept her out of the Sochi Winter Olympics last year had people doubt that Lindsey Vonn would ever compete in a winter sport again. She came back from that More...

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By Stephen Ur On Sunday, January 18th, 2015
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Hope Solo Free to Go(alie)

Mike Siegel/Associated Press   Hope Solo had two charges of fourth-degree domestic violence hanging above her head ever since she was first charged in June 2014, after being accused of abusing her half-sister, More...

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By Daniel Steele On Monday, January 12th, 2015
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Jurgen Klinsmann Calls in 28 for First Training Camp of 2015

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports   US Men’s National team head coach Jurgen Klinsmann has called a squad of 28 players to Carson, California for the inaugural training camp of 2015. The camp, which runs from More...

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By Daniel Steele On Monday, January 5th, 2015
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Five Most Memorable Moments of 2014: US Men’s National Team

With 2014 in the books, its time to recap what may have been the most tumultuous, exciting, and memorable year in US Soccer history. We saw heroes rise, heroes fall, new stars emerge, and were delighted by a myriad More...

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By Tony Griffo On Monday, December 29th, 2014
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Halverson and Larkin help Lead Team USA over Germany

Team USA won their second straight game in the 2015 World Junior Championships as they defeat Germany 6-0. New York Ranger prospect Brandon Halverson stopped all 14 shots from the German team and posted a much deserved More...

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By Tony Griffo On Saturday, December 27th, 2014
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Team USA Defeats Finland in a SO at the 2015 World Junior Championships

Team USA open the World Junior Championships with an exciting Shootout victory over Finland 2-1 at the Bell Centre in Montreal. The scoring all took place in the first period and the game could not be settles in More...

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By J.A. Michelle On Sunday, November 2nd, 2014
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Kelsey DiClaudio showing the world that ‘Girls Can’

Who’s that girl? Do you think she signifies someone who will accomplish her dreams to get an Olympic medal someday?  Do you happen to know her name? ‘I got this’ Have you met Kelsey DiClaudio? More...

Kelsey DiClaudio, on the 'Red Carpet' at the Annual Salute to Women in Sports on Wednesday October 15, 204, Cipriani Wall Street, New York City 
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By J.A. Michelle On Wednesday, October 29th, 2014
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What makes Kelsey DiClaudio ‘Gorgeous and Grateful’

This afternoon I will be interviewing a young lady I met a few weeks ago while I was covering a Red Carpet event for Double G Sports.  Her name is Kelsey DiClaudio.  You can learn more about Kelsey by following More...

Laila Ali, Undefeated world champion boxer with 24-0 record and 21 knockouts, 2012 Female Athlete of the Year, current WSF Athlete Advisory Panel member, WSF Past President and current WSF Board of Trustees member - photo taken by Michelle Sportsx October 15, 2014 Red Carpet Annual Salute to Women in Sports Cirpirani Wall Street, NYC
By J.A. Michelle On Sunday, October 26th, 2014
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Special tribute to Women in Sports: Gorgeous and Grateful

The Annual Salute to Women in Sports, which I covered for Double G Sports, allowed me to watch so many of today’s amazing female athletes be honored for their contribution to their sport, as well as their More...