It was a victory 16 years in the making. A month ago, it seemed improbable that this U.S. team would lift a World Cup. The last came (...)
VANCOUVER—It’s over and it wasn’t even close. For the first time since 1999, the U.S. doesn’t have to hear about (...)
America celebrates the July 4 th holiday under the threat of homegrown terrorism while global financial markets face a trifecta of threats from Greece, Puerto Rico and China. And those are just the immediate threats - the world still...Show More Summary
Abby Wambach's final World Cup game was always going to be emotional, but a wonderful moment occurred when she took the field as a substitute in the 78th minute. The crowd roared with approval, her teammates clapped and a legend took the field for one last run -- as a leader.
Ladybird books are a firm favourite of mine, since (like many other Brits) I have very fond memories of learning to read with them as a child - not just those bought for me at the time, but also hand-me-downs, which were all the more special. Show More Summary
Connor Baxter Wins Event #1 of World Series TourThe 2015 Stand Up World Series event in Barcelona was a great way to kick off the World Tour. It was super nice to arrive to Barcelona a week and a half early before the event to relax and unpack my suit case, train and get into a routine.The [...]
Imported from Japan, the Hello Kitty brand is one of the most popular around the world - and now its reach will be extending to the big screen. This is because it has been officially announced that a Hello Kitty movie is in development. It...Show More Summary
The 2015 Women’s World Cup Final between the USA and Japan today will mark the final match for Abby Wambach in an American uniform. The 35-year-old forward has been one of the USWNT’s most accomplished players over the past couple of decades, winning the US Soccer Federation’s “U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year” award on six […]
In the first five minutes, Carli Lloyd scored two swift goals. Lauren Holiday brought the score up to 3, and then Lloyd scored from midfield for a hat trick. The team led 4-0 after just 15 minutes.
'Jurassic World' takes the top spot for the fourth weekend in a row with $30.9 million, while 'Inside Out' remains in second with $30.1 million
By Dan Ambrose: WBA World middleweight champion Daniel Jacobs (29-1, 26 KOs) is taking seriously his title defense next month on August 1st against former WBA junior middleweight champion Sergio Mora (28-3-2, [...] More boxing news on BoxingNews24.com
The MLB announced starters for the All-Star game while you were watching the first half of the Women’s World Cup Final. These are the starting lineups as determined by the fan vote: Read more...
For the second consecutive time, Lionel Messi led Argentina to the finals of a competitive international tournament, only to lose the big game. In 2014, it was a 1-0 loss in extra time to Germany at the World Cup. And on Saturday, it was a loss in penalty kicks to Chile for the Copa America […]
THIS BLOG IS DEDICATED TO EXPOSING BIGOTS BY SHOWING THEM THE LARGER WORLD THAT CONFOUND THEIR NARRATIVE Ironically, SBPDL have no clue. That is they "Have No Clue" in the important part that they play in drawing "Colonized Black Americans" away from what they SHOULD BE DOING in the governance of their own communities. Show More Summary
Playing in a big game, United States women's national team star Carli Lloyd was ready for the spotlight yet again. Lloyd got the United States off to a fast start in the Women's World Cup final against Japan, scoring two goals in the first five minutes. Show More Summary
Breaking news from the Women's World Cup: Carli Lloyd is set to become the USA's first female president and replace the face of every man on every denomination of American paper money Not really — but Lloyd did become an instant American...Show More Summary
It took just over fifteen minutes for the U.S. Women's National Team to rack up a 4-0 lead over Japan in the FIFA's Women's World Cup final on Sunday, and three of those came courtesy of Carli Lloyd. While Japan finally answered with a their own goal to bring the score 4-1 in the 27th minute, Lloyd in early and record-time established a fierce U.S. Show More Summary
The United States took a commanding 4-0 lead in the 16th minute of the World Cup final when Carli Lloyd scored an absolute stunner from midfield. The goal came less than 90 seconds after taking a 3-0 lead and it was Lloyd's third goal of the match. Show More Summary
Well, that was pretty fun. The United States had the greatest start to a World Cup final in history on Sunday, scoring four goals in 16 minutes. Three of those goals belonged to star midfielder Carli Lloyd, who capped off the hat trick—the fastest in Women’s World Cup history—with an insane chip from midfield to beat Japan goalkeeper Ayumi Kaihori. Show More Summary