Category Archives: Olympics / Team USA

USWNT Cruises Past New Zealand, 4-1; Sky Blue FC’s Christie Rampone Plays

The first of two matches between the United States women’s national team and New Zealand went down in the books on Sunday afternoon, Oct. 27, giving the victory to the U.S., 4-1,

Hernandez and Agrapides Among New Jersey Hopefuls at Gymnastics Nationals

Hartford, Conn. - Midway through Wednesday morning, Lauren Hernandez took the floor at the 2013 P&G US Gymnastics Championships in Hartford, Conn. and demonstrated why she is one of the most talked

160 & COUNTING: ABBY WAMBACH BREAKS MIA HAMM’S RECORD

HARRISON, NJ – History was made tonight.  This, of course, is an obvious statement, and yet the most necessary and the most powerful.  It doesn’t matter how it happened or even where

Women’s History Month: Jill Loyden, Jersey Girl Finally Comes Home

Everyday this month, Double G Sports will be featuring interviews from prominent women in the sports industry as our way of celebrating Women’s History Month. This project is in its 2nd year. 

Women’s History Month: 10 Questions with Kristi Yamaguchi, Olympic & World Figure Skating Champion

Everyday this month, Double G Sports will be featuring interviews from prominent women in the sports industry as our way of celebrating Women’s History Month. This project is in its 2nd year. 

Abby Wambach Named FIFA Women’s Player of the Year; Pia Sundhage Named Coach of the Year For Women’s Soccer

CHICAGO (Jan. 7, 2013) – Abby Wambach, the co-captain of the U.S. Women’s National Team, has been named the 2012 FIFA Women’s World Player of the Year, and Pia Sundhage, who led

Devils 1st rd pick, Stefan Matteau, says it’s “Team First” at the World Juniors

While the NHL & NHLPA are still throwing hissy fits instead of working together to figure out the next CBA agreement, hockey fans all over the world have turned their attention elsewhere.

Fierce Five Make Kellogg’s Tour Stops in Philly and Newark This Weekend

  This weekend, the states of Pennsylvania and New Jersey will be graced with the presence of the most captivating group of young athletes from the London Games: the Fierce Five.  Gold

USA Women’s Soccer Usher in New Era With New Coach

Twitter has its benefits.  It keeps us in the know.  It keeps us connected.  Everything from deep dark thoughts to quick sarcastic banter is shared.  Following US Soccer’s recent announcement of US

Olympic Athlete’s Land “Glamour” Magazine’s Women of the Year Honors

This month’s issue of Glamour magazine bestowed the honor of “Women of the Year” to fifteen well-deserving women, across varying professions and industries. Olympic athletes rightfully occupy five of those seats. Two

Tim Morehouse to Speak with Young Athletes at New York City’s Vanderbilt YMCA

2008 Olympic silver medalist, Tim Morehouse, will visit the Vanderbilt YMCA in New York City on Tuesday, October 16. Morehouse will be appearing as an Athlete Ambassador for the United States Olympic

Lolo Jones Sparks Twitter Outrage With Tweet to Eric LeGrand

There are certain athletes that tend to be scrutinized more than others, especially in the social media world we live in today. US Track & Field athlete Lolo Jones is one of