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Abby Wambach Has a VERY Strong Message For the ‘Idiots’ Who Stole Her Car (VIDEO)

Soccer star Abby Wambach was, understandably, pretty upset when she learned her car had been stolen, taken for a joy ride, then returned covered in racist messaging. She doesn’t seem like the type of person you want to mess with, and she drove that point home when she shared an Instagram post alerting her Florida […]

Abby Wambach: 'Idiots' stole car, vandalized it with hate speech

4 days agoNews : NY Daily News

The U.S. Women's National Team hero called out the crooks, and gave them an option: turn yourselves in, or go to jail.

Abby Wambach: 'Idiots' Stole My Car, Wrote Hate Speech

Soccer legend Abby Wambach says she's the victim of a hate crime -- claiming some "idiots" stole her car for a joy ride... and then returned it with hate speech scribbled all over the inside.  "They stole valuables including a purse and…

How A Broken Heart Helped Abby Wambach Find Her Passion

Hannah Jones, Nike’s chief sustainability officer, and Abby Wambach, a two-time Olympic gold-medal soccer player, explain how individuals and businesses can change the world. As the chief sustainability officer at Nike, Hannah Jones is rethinking how the athletic brand produces its products. Show More Summary

Watch Live: Soccer Star Abby Wambach And Hannah Jones Of Nike On Challenging The Status Quo

This sessions starts today at 10:30am eastern. Soccer star and activist Abby Wambach joins Nike’s chief sustainability officer and VP of The Innovation Accelerator to talk about challenging the status quo. This conversation takes places...Show More Summary

Abby Wambach aims to further ‘evolve the game’

4 months agoNews : NY Daily News

Abby Wambach hopes to help U.S. women's soccer continue to grow.

El Salvador soccer players have a biting problem

Soccer players often toe the line on fouling opponents to get the upper hand in a given moment, but usually that means holding someone back or grabbing their jersey, not biting them. SEE ALSO: Abby Wambach reaches out to girl banned from soccer tourney because she looked 'like a boy' During a Gold Cup quarterfinals match between the U.S. Show More Summary

Caitlyn Jenner at the ESPYS: The night the right wing turned on ESPN

5 months agoSports : Awful Announcing

Two years ago this week, Caitlyn Jenner strode to the ESPYS stage in Downtown Los Angeles in an elegant white dress, embraced presenter Abby Wambach and tearfully accepted the Arthur Ashe Courage Award. “All across this country right...Show More Summary

How the Indigo Girls and LGBT-Affirming Christians Helped Me Heal from Religious Rejection

Y ou might have heard the news recently that American soccer stud, er, star Abby Wambach married Glennon Doyle, “Christian mommy blogger.” I’m guessing most readers are more familiar with Abby’s achievements, so if you found yourself...Show More Summary

A sober, newly-married Abby Wambach has found peace in her post-soccer life

The former U.S. soccer star has turned her life around since admitting she abused pills and alcohol

Happily Abby after: Wambach finds sober life, wedded bliss

On solid turf again, soccer star Abby Wambach is sober, thriving and marveling at how far she's come        

Soccer stars back up girl barred from tournament after officials say she's a boy

Soccer legends Mia Hamm and Abby Wambach are coming to the defense of a Nebraska girl who was kicked out of a tournament over the weekend after officials suspected she was a boy.

Soccer Stars Abby Wambach & Mia Hamm Have Powerful Messages For Little Girl Disqualified For Looking 'Like A Boy'

Mili Hernandez may not have gotten to play in her tournament's finals — but getting a shoutout from two soccer legends is a nice consolation prize! In case you missed this insane story of discrimination, the Nebraska 8-year-old's entire team was disqualified from the finals of the girls soccer tournament because organizers couldn't be convinced Hernandez [...]

Soccer Stars Rally Around Girl, 8, Booted From Tourney

Some of the biggest names in US soccer are rallying around a little girl who was disqualified from her local soccer club's tournament this weekend. Abby Wambach and Mia Hamm have both publicly supported 8-year-old Mili Hernandez after her story went viral, the AP reports. Hernandez plays for the Azzuri-Cachorros...

US women football stars back disqualified girl

Abby Wambach defends a young player banned from a tournament after complaints she looks like a boy.

'Mommy Blogger' Glennon Doyle Melton Weds Abby Wambach -- See the Pics!

Post by Jacqueline Burt Cote. These days, we can all use as many reminders as we can get that love does indeed win -- and this story is just that. Former soccer player Abby Wambach and New York Times bestselling author/"Christian mommy...Show More Summary

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