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U.S. soccer captain Megan Rapinoe embodies all it is to be American
PARIS, France — Megan Rapinoe represents America. The good, the bad, the strong, the proud, the courageous, and the controversial. The captain of the United States women’s soccer team does not pull punches nor care who is offended ...
DEREK VAN DIEST: French consider themselves underdogs against United States
PARIS, France — Four years after Canada succumbed to the weight of expectation as hosts in the quarterfinal at the Women’s World Cup, France finds itself in a similar situation. Expectations have been high for the hosts of the 2019 ...
WORLD CUP NOTES: Canadian referee Carol Anne Chenard missed in France
PARIS — Canadian Carol Anne Chenard was considered an early candidate to referee the final at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup had she not been forced to miss the tournament after being diagnosed with breast cancer. Italian ...
TAKE 3: Janine Beckie still destined for stardom despite loss at Women's World Cup
PARIS — You could not help but feel bad for Canada’s women’s national soccer team as they filed past the media mix zone at the Parc des Princes on Monday with tears in their eyes following a painful defeat at the 2019 FIFA ...
GALLERY: Canada gutted with loss to Sweden at Women's World Cup
PARIS — They had been together so long and worked so hard, it was tough for Canada to hide the disappointment of being knocked out in the second round of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Canada’s tournament came to an abrupt end, ...
Christine Sinclair offers crucial penalty kick to Janine Beckie at Women's World Cup
PARIS — It brought flashbacks of Wayne Gretzky being left on the bench during the shootout at the 1998 Nagano Olympics. This time it was Canada captain and second-leading scorer of all time Christine Sinclair not stepping up to take a ...
TAKE 3: Canada still in the fight at Women's World Cup
PARIS — Canada is not accustomed to losing, at least not the current make-up of the national women’s soccer team. The 2-1 defeat to Netherlands on Thursday at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup was the first time Canada lost since ...
WORLD CUP NOTES: Canada on the wrong side of video reviews against Netherlands
REIMS — The way things were going, it was inevitable Canada would eventually have a run-in with the Video Assistant Referee at the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup. It took just over a minute for the controversial VAR system, used for ...
ANDREW POTTER: Women's World Cup fiascos show video review has no place in soccer
Before they’d even made it into the Round of 16, video review was wreaking havoc with the Women’s World Cup. It has completely ruined at least two key matches while disrupting many others. The video assistant referee, or VAR, is being ...
VAN DIEST: Canadian defence ready for dangerous Dutch trio
REIMS — Canada is in unchartered territory having qualified for the second round of the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup with a game to spare. On the two occasions Canada advanced past the group stage in previous World Cups, they ...