Sunday, February 14, 2016

Video: Carli Lloyd prepares for the Women's World Cup

There was a nice piece in the Inquirer yesterday about Delran, N.J., native Carli Lloyd's preparation for the Women's World Cup this summer. Staff photographer Tom Gralish shot a video interview with Lloyd as well, and I figured I would share that here on the blog.

Video: Carli Lloyd prepares for the Women's World Cup

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Carli Lloyd prepares for Women's World Cup Video: Carli Lloyd prepares for Women's World Cup

There was a nice piece in the Inquirer yesterday about Delran, N.J., native Carli Lloyd's preparation for the Women's World Cup this summer. Staff photographer Tom Gralish shot a video interview with Lloyd as well, and I figured I would share that here on the blog.

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