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New York showers confetti, love on U.S. women's soccer team

11 Jul 2019

NEW YORK Amid confetti and chants of "equal pay," New York honored the U.S. women's soccer team on Wednesday with a ticker-tape parade up the "Canyon of Heroes," celebrating its World Cup triumph and hailing the players' emergence as icons of women's rights. | Video

Trump praises U.S. on World Cup success after row with captain

09 Jul 2019

NEW YORK U.S. President Donald Trump praised the women's national soccer team in the wake of their World Cup triumph on Sunday and said he would look into inviting them to the White House, just days after a spat with the captain. | Video

Trump praises U.S. on World Cup success after row with captain

09 Jul 2019

NEW YORK U.S. President Donald Trump praised the women's national soccer team in the wake of their World Cup triumph on Sunday and said he would look into inviting them to the White House, just days after a spat with the captain. | Video

Americans optimistic about women's sport after World Cup triumph

08 Jul 2019

NEW YORK As the United States women's national team clinched their fourth World Cup title on Sunday, fans across New York City gathered at local watering holes and match parties, striking an optimistic tone about the future of the women's game. | Video

Americans optimistic about women's sport after World Cup triumph

08 Jul 2019

NEW YORK As the United States women's national team clinched their fourth World Cup title on Sunday, fans across New York City gathered at local watering holes and match parties, striking an optimistic tone about the future of the women's game. | Video

Soccer-Trump praises U.S. on World Cup success after row with captain

08 Jul 2019

NEW YORK, July 7 U.S. President Donald Trump joined the chorus of praise for the women's national soccer team in the wake of their World Cup triumph on Sunday just days after a spat with the captain.

Women's World Cup fans party in New York's Times Square as U.S. tops France

30 Jun 2019

A throng of soccer fans, office workers and curious tourists crowded into New York's Times Square on Friday afternoon to watch a giant screen show the United States defeat France in one of the hottest matches in the history of the women's World Cup. | Video

Athletics: New York Marathon expands 'virtual race'

11 Jun 2019

NEW YORK Jogging solo in Florida in near 80 degree Fahrenheit heat, Theresa Winterhalter's New York City Marathon experience last November looked much different to what you would expect from the world's biggest marathon.

Soccer: U.S. players want more investment in women's game

25 May 2019

NEW YORK The 1999 U.S. women's team may defy comparison in the eyes of many soccer fans but, 20 years after their famous World Cup triumph, the challenges they faced are all too familiar with pay and conditions still at the top of the agenda.

Soccer: Holders U.S. shrug off weight of World Cup expectations

25 May 2019

NEW YORK Few of the 24 women's World Cup teams arriving in France for next month's tournament will bear the weight of expectation quite like reigning champions the United States.

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