Keys to U.S.-Japan Women's World Cup final

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Notebook: Canada's World Cup legacy; Trophy ceremony will send a message

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia - I checked out FIFA's official Women's World Cup closing press conference on Friday evening primarily to see if... Read more

After a rare mistake, Julie Johnston survives and thrives

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Julie Johnston was disconsolate. She had just made her first big mistake of a nearly flawless World Cup, dragging... Read more

Notebook: Woe, Canada - or maybe not

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MONTREAL, Quebec - Canada gave everything it had in Saturday's 2-1 quarterfinal loss to England. But the host nation - and most of the 54,000... Read more

Notebook: Ali Krieger in ESPN the Magazine's Body Issue

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United States right back and Penn State product Ali Krieger is one of the many professional athletes who have posed nude for the seventh annual... Read more

Notebook: Eagles' Zach Ertz traveling to U.S. games

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Eagles tight end Zach Ertz and former 76ers guard Jrue Holiday are in Ottawa for Friday's United States-China quarterfinal showdown, and not... Read more

Notebook: Philadelphia tunes in for U.S.-Colombia

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OTTAWA, Ontario - The United States' 2-0 win over Colombia in the round of 16 was a big hit with Philadephia sports fans. Fox Sports 1's broadcast... Read more

Notebook: Canada can set sights on final

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EDMONTON, Alberta - Canada coach John Herdman has spent much of this World Cup - and indeed much of the time leading up to it - trying to manage... Read more

Notebook: Cameroon's hope, China's ignorance, Australia's history

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Women's soccer is big business in the United States, but it's worth remembering that in many other countries, it's only just getting off the... Read more

Notebook: Alex Morgan fine with Colombia's trash talk

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EDMONTON, Alberta - Alex Morgan doesn't mind one bit that Colombia striker Lady Andrade is talking trash about the United States ahead of Monday's... Read more