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SOCCER-WORLD/
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April 14, 2014
Former World Cup and Olympic women's soccer player Julie Foudy (L) and former World Cup and Major League...
Washington, UNITED STATES
Former World Cup and Olympic women's soccer player Foudy and former World Cup and Major League Soccer...
Former World Cup and Olympic women's soccer player Julie Foudy (L) and former World Cup and Major League Soccer player Cobi Jones pose with the FIFA World Cup Trophy, at the State Department in Washington, April 14, 2014. The event is the first U.S. stop for the trophy, preceding the World Cup Tournament in Brazil this summer. REUTERS/Mike Theiler (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS SPORT SOCCER WORLD CUP)
LEISURE THE BILLIES
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April 21, 2006
Tennis great Billie Jean King (bottom C) arrives on stage for the inaugural awards show The Billies in...
Beverly Hills, multiple countries
Tennis great Billie Jean King arrives on stage for the inaugural awards show The Billies in Beverly Hills...
Tennis great Billie Jean King (bottom C) arrives on stage for the inaugural awards show The Billies in Beverly Hills, California, April 20, 2006. Behind King are soccer players Julie Foudy (top L) and Shannon Boxx. Named after King, the event recognized members of the media for positive portrayals of women's sports and physical activity. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello
LEISURE THE BILLIES
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April 21, 2006
Soccer players Shannon Boxx (L), Julie Foudy (C) and Brandi Chastain share a laugh on stage at the inaugural...
Beverly Hills, multiple countries
Soccer players Shannon Boxx, Julie Foudy and Brandi Chastain share a laugh on stage in Beverly Hills
Soccer players Shannon Boxx (L), Julie Foudy (C) and Brandi Chastain share a laugh on stage at the inaugural awards show The Billies in Beverly Hills, California, April 20, 2006. Named after tennis great Billie Jean King, the event recognized members of the media for positive portrayals of women's sports and physical activity. REUTERS/Chris Pizzello
SPORT SOCCER
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December 08, 2004
U.S. soccer player Mia Hamm signs autographs after her team beat Mexico 5-0 at the Home Depot Center...
Carson, UNITED STATES
U.S. soccer player Mia Hamm signs autographs in Carson.
U.S. soccer player Mia Hamm signs autographs after her team beat Mexico 5-0 at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California, December 8, 2004. This game was the final appearance with the U.S. team for Hamm, Julie Foudy and Joy Fawcett. REUTERS/Fred Greaves FG/CN
SPORT SOCCER
RTRZVBL
December 08, 2004
U.S. soccer players Julie Foudy (L) and Mia Hamm (R) embrace during a post-game ceremony after they beat...
Carson, UNITED STATES
U.S. soccer players Mia Hamm and Julie Foudy embrace during post-game ceremony in Carson.
U.S. soccer players Julie Foudy (L) and Mia Hamm (R) embrace during a post-game ceremony after they beat Mexico 5-0 at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California, December 8, 2004. Hamm, Foudy and Joy Fawcett, who did not play due to injury, all retired at the end of the game. REUTERS/Fred Greaves FG/CN
SPORT SOCCER
RTRZVAM
December 08, 2004
USA's Joy Fawcett waves to the crowd during a pre-game ceremony before their game against Mexico at Home...
Carson, UNITED STATES
USA's Joy Fawcett waves to the crowd during a pre-game ceremony before their game against Mexico at ......
USA's Joy Fawcett waves to the crowd during a pre-game ceremony before their game against Mexico at Home Depot Center in Carson. USA's Joy Fawcett waves to the crowd during a pre-game ceremony before their game against Mexico at Home Depot Center in Carson, CA December 8, 2004. The ceremony was commemorating her final appearance with the USA team along with her team mates Mia Hamm and Julie Foudy who are also retiring from the game. REUTERS/Fred Greaves
SPORT SOCCER
RTRZVAC
December 08, 2004
U.S. soccer player Shannon Boxx (L) celebrates with team mate Julie Foudy after Boxx scored during the...
Carson, UNITED STATES
U.S. soccer players Shannon Boxx and Julie Foudy celebrate Boxx's goal against Mexico in Carson.
U.S. soccer player Shannon Boxx (L) celebrates with team mate Julie Foudy after Boxx scored during the first-half of their game against Mexico at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California December 8, 2004. This game is the final appearance with the U.S. team for players Foudy, Mia Hamm and Joy Fawcett. REUTERS/Fred Greaves FG/CN
SPORT SOCCER
RTRZVA7
December 08, 2004
Mexico's Evelyn Lopez (L) battles with U.S. soccer player Julie Foudy for control of the ball during...
Carson, UNITED STATES
Mexico's Evelyn Lopez battles with U.S. soccer player Julie Foudy for control of ball in Carson.
Mexico's Evelyn Lopez (L) battles with U.S. soccer player Julie Foudy for control of the ball during their game at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California December 8, 2004. Foudy, along with team mates Mia Hamm and Joy Fawcett, are retiring after this match. REUTERS/Fred Greaves FG/CN/LA
SPORT SOCCER
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December 08, 2004
U.S. soccer player Mia Hamm (R) works her way around Mexico defender Elizabeth Gomez during the first-half...
Carson
U.S. soccer player Mia Hamm works ball around Mexico's Elizabeth Gomez in Carson.
U.S. soccer player Mia Hamm (R) works her way around Mexico defender Elizabeth Gomez during the first-half of their game at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California December 8, 2004. This game is the final appearance with the U.S. team for players Hamm, Julie Foudy and Joy Fawcett. REUTERS/Fred Greaves FG/CN
SPORT SOCCER
RTRZV9W
December 08, 2004
(L-R) U.S. soccer players Mia Hamm, Abby Wambach and Aly Wagner celebrate Wagner's goal during the first-half...
Carson, UNITED STATES
U.S. soccer players Mia Hamm, Abby Wambach and Aly Wagner celebrate Wagner's goal against Mexico in Carson....
(L-R) U.S. soccer players Mia Hamm, Abby Wambach and Aly Wagner celebrate Wagner's goal during the first-half against Mexico at the Home Depot Center in Carson, California December 8, 2004. This game is the final appearance with the U.S. team for players Hamm, Julie Foudy and Joy Fawcett. REUTERS/Fred Greaves FG/CN
SPORTS SOCCER
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December 07, 2004
U.S. Women's Soccer team players Mia Hamm (L), Julie Foudy (C), and Joy Fawcett pose next to their stars...
Carwson, UNITED STATES
U.S. Women's Soccer team players Mia Hamm Julie Foudy and Joy Fawcett pose next to their stars.
U.S. Women's Soccer team players Mia Hamm (L), Julie Foudy (C), and Joy Fawcett pose next to their stars given upon their retirement, during an event at the Home Depot Soccer center in Carson California, December 7, 2004. REUTERS/Gene Blevins GB
SPORTS SOCCER
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December 07, 2004
U.S. Women's Soccer Team player Julie Foudy talks about her retirement after 18 years of playing for...
Carwson, UNITED STATES
U.S. Women's Soccer Team player Julie Foudy.
U.S. Women's Soccer Team player Julie Foudy talks about her retirement after 18 years of playing for the U.S. Women's Soccer team, during a press conference at the Home Depot Soccer center in Carson California, December 7, 2004. REUTERS/Gene Blevins GB
SPORTS SOCCER
RTRZTRR
December 07, 2004
U.S. Women's Olympic Soccer Team players (L-R) Julie Foudy, Joy Fawcett and Mia Hamm hold their Star...
Carwson, UNITED STATES
Olympic Women's Soccer team players retire.
U.S. Women's Olympic Soccer Team players (L-R) Julie Foudy, Joy Fawcett and Mia Hamm hold their Star awards trophies given to them by the Home Depot Soccer Center, in Carson, California December 7, 2004. All three players are retiring after 18 years of playing for the U.S. Women's Soccer team. REUTERS/Gene Blevins GB
CAMPAIGN KERRY
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October 15, 2004
Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry (C) visits a youth soccer clinic run by U.S. women's Olympic...
Brown Deer, UNITED STATES
Democratic presidential nominee Kerry visits soccer clinic in Brown Deer.
Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry (C) visits a youth soccer clinic run by U.S. women's Olympic gold-medal soccer players Julie Foudy (L) and Abby Wombach in Brown Deer, Wisconsin, October 15, 2004, as part of a daylong three-city campaign trip through Wisconsin. REUTERS/Brian Snyder US ELECTION BS
CAMPAIGN KERRY
RTRDI1E
October 15, 2004
Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry (R) is welcomed onstage by U.S. womens Olympic gold medal...
Sheboygan, UNITED STATES
Democratic presidential nominee Kerry is welcomed onstage by soccer players.
Democratic presidential nominee John Kerry (R) is welcomed onstage by U.S. womens Olympic gold medal soccer players Abby Wombach (L) and Julie Foudy at a campaign rally in Sheboygan, Wisconsin October 15, 2004 as part of a campaign trip through Wisconsin. Kerry accused President George W. Bush of being "out of ideas, out of touch and unwilling to change" as he kicked off the closing phase of his White House bid on Friday. REUTERS/Brian Snyder US ELECTION BS
SOCCER
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August 26, 2004
U.S. women's soccer players Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly (L-R) celebrate at the end of the...
Athens, Greece
U.S. women's soccer players Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly (L-R) celebrate at the end of t.....
U.S. women's soccer players Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly (L-R) celebrate at the end of the women's soccer gold medal match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Summer Games August 26, 2004. [The United States defeated Brazil 2-1 in extra time.]
OLYMPICS SOCCER
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August 26, 2004
U.S. women's soccer players Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly (L-R) celebrate at the end of the...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
US womens soccer players celebrate gold medal victory against Brazil in Athens.
U.S. women's soccer players Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm and Kristine Lilly (L-R) celebrate at the end of the women's soccer gold medal match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 26, 2004. The United States defeated Brazil 2-1 in extra time. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci MBR/SV
OLYMPICS SOCCER
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August 26, 2004
Players of the U.S celebrate after winning gold medal match against Brazil in women's soccer competition...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Players of the U.S celebrate after winning gold medal match against Brazil in women's soccer ...
Players of the U.S celebrate after winning gold medal match against Brazil in women's soccer competition at Athens Olympics. Mia Hamm (L), Julie Foudy (2nd L), Abby Wambach (2nd R) and Shannon Boxx of the U.S. celebrate after winning the gold medal match against Brazil in the women's soccer competition at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 26, 2004. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
OLYMPICS SOCCER
RTRWRHE
August 26, 2004
Foudy of the US celebrates after winning the gold medal match against Brazil in the womens soccer competition...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Foudy of the US celebrates after winning the gold medal match against Brazil in the womens soccer ......
Foudy of the US celebrates after winning the gold medal match against Brazil in the womens soccer competition at Athens Olympics. Julie Foudy of the U.S. celebrates after winning the gold medal match against Brazil in the women's soccer competition at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 26, 2004. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
OLYMPICS SOCCER
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August 26, 2004
Abby Wambach of US celebrates with Julie Foudy after scoring against Brazil in their women's soccer final...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Abby Wambach of US celebrates with Julie Foudy after scoring against Brazil in their women's soccer ......
Abby Wambach of US celebrates with Julie Foudy after scoring against Brazil in their women's soccer final in Athens. Abby Wambach (L) of the U.S. celebrates with Julie Foudy after scoring against Brazil during the women's soccer gold medal match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 26. The United states defeated Brazil 2-1. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell
OLYMPICS SOCCER
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August 26, 2004
Abby Wambach of US celebrates with Julie Foudy after scoring against Brazil in their women's soccer final...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Abby Wambach of US celebrates with Julie Foudy after scoring against Brazil in their women's soccer ......
Abby Wambach of US celebrates with Julie Foudy after scoring against Brazil in their women's soccer final in Athens. Abby Wambach (L) of the U.S. celebrates with Julie Foudy after scoring against Brazil during the women's soccer gold medal match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 26. The United states defeated Brazil 2-1. REUTERS/Jeff J Mitchell
OLYMPICS SOCCER
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August 26, 2004
Lindsay Trapley of the U.S. (L) is embraced by Julie Foudy after she scored a goal during the first half...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Trapley of US celebrates with Foudy after scoring in women's Olympic soccer final against Brazil.
Lindsay Trapley of the U.S. (L) is embraced by Julie Foudy after she scored a goal during the first half of their women's soccer final in the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 26, 2004. REUTERS/Marcos Brindicci MBR/CRB
OLYMPICS SOCCER
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August 26, 2004
Tarpley of the U.S celebrates goal with team mate Foudy during gold medal match against Brazil in women's...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Tarpley of the U.S celebrates goal with team mate Foudy during gold medal match against Brazil in ......
Tarpley of the U.S celebrates goal with team mate Foudy during gold medal match against Brazil in women's Olympic soccer competition. Lindsay Tarpley (R) of the U.S. celebrates her goal with team mate Julie Foudy during their gold medal match against Brazil in the women's soccer competition at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 26, 2004. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
OLYMPICS SOCCER
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August 26, 2004
Tarpley of the U.S celebrates goal with team mates during gold medal match against Brazil in women's...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Tarpley of the U.S celebrates goal with team mates during gold medal match against Brazil in women's...
Tarpley of the U.S celebrates goal with team mates during gold medal match against Brazil in women's Olympic soccer competition. Lindsay Tarpley (2nd R) of the U.S celebrates her goal with team mates, Julie Foudy (3rd L), Joy Fawcett (L), Shannon Boxx (2nd L) and Brandi Chastain (R) during their gold medal match against Brazil in the women's soccer competition at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 26, 2004. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
OLYMPICS SOCCER
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August 26, 2004
Tarpley of the U.S celebrates her goal with team mates during their gold medal match against Brazil in...
Athens, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Tarpley of the U.S celebrates her goal with team mates during their gold medal match against Brazil ......
Tarpley of the U.S celebrates her goal with team mates during their gold medal match against Brazil in the womens soccer competition at Athens Olympics. Lindsay Tarpley (2nd R) of the U.S celebrates her goal with team mates Mia Hamm (R), Julie Foudy (3rd L), Joy Fawcett (L), Shannon Box (2nd L) and Brandi Chastain (3rd R) during their gold medal match against Brazil in the women's soccer competition at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games August 26, 2004. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes
OLYMPICS SOCCER
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August 23, 2004
Julie Foudy of the U.S. is challenged by Germany's Renate Lingor during their semifinal soccer match...
Heraklio, Greece - Hellenic Republic
Julie Foudy of the U.S. is challenged by Germany's Renate Lingor during their semifinal soccer match...
Julie Foudy of the U.S. is challenged by Germany's Renate Lingor during their semifinal soccer match at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. Julie Foudy (L) of the U.S. is challenged by Germany's Renate Lingor during their semifinal soccer match at Heraklio's Pankritio Stadium August 23, 2004 at the Athens 2004 Olympic Games. REUTERS/Reinhard Krause
OLYMPICS SOCCER
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August 20, 2004
Julie Foudy (R) of the U.S. fights for the ball against Tomoe Sakai (L) of Japan during their Athens...
Thessaloniki, Greece
Foudy of US fights for the ball against Sakai of Japan during their Olympic match.
Julie Foudy (R) of the U.S. fights for the ball against Tomoe Sakai (L) of Japan during their Athens 2004 Olympic Games women's quarter-final soccer match at the Kaftanzoglio stadium in Thessaloniki, August 20, 2004. REUTERS/Grigoris Siamidis GS/MD
SPORT SOCCER
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March 05, 2004
USA's Julie Foudy celebrates her team's third and deciding goal against Mexico, during the second half...
Heredia, Costa Rica - Republic of
USAS FOUDY CELEBRATES GOAL AGAINST MEXICO.
USA's Julie Foudy celebrates her team's third and deciding goal against Mexico, during the second half of their final match of the Women's Caribbean and North and Central America (CONCACAF) region Olympic qualification tournament, at the Eladio Rosabl Cordero stadium in Heredia, Costa Rica, March 5, 2004. The United States beat Mexico 3-2 to win the tournament. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JCU/HB
SPORT SOCCER
RTRTKTT
February 29, 2004
USA's player Julie Foudy (L) clears the ball under pressure from Mexico's Luz del Rosario Saucedo during...
San Jose, Costa Rica - Republic of
USA PLAYER FOUDY IN ACTION WITH MEXICOS SAUCEDO.
USA's player Julie Foudy (L) clears the ball under pressure from Mexico's Luz del Rosario Saucedo during the second half at National stadium in San Jose, February 29, 2004. The match was a first round match of the tournament to qualify two teams from the Women's Caribbean and North and Central America (CONCACAF) for the 2004 Athens Olympics. The United States defeated Mexico 2-0. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JCU
SPORT SOCCER
RTRTKQI
February 29, 2004
Abby Wambach of the U.S. (R) celebrates with teammate Julie Foudy after scoring a goal against Mexico,...
San Jose, Costa Rica - Republic of
US PLAYERS WAMBACHAN AND FOUDY CELEBRATE A GOAL AGAINST MEXICO DURING OLYMPIC QUALIFIER.
Abby Wambach of the U.S. (R) celebrates with teammate Julie Foudy after scoring a goal against Mexico, during the first half at the National stadium in San Jose, February 29, 2004. Two teams from the Women's Caribbean and North and Central America (CONCACAF) will qualify for the 2004 Olympics in Greece. REUTERS/Juan Carlos Ulate JCU/GN
SPORT SOCCER
RTRPLTF
October 10, 2003
Mia Hamm, of the United States, blows a bubble next to teammate Julie
Foudy during practice in Carson,...
Carson, USA
MIA HAMM BLOWS BUBBLE AT PRACTICE IN CARSON.
Mia Hamm, of the United States, blows a bubble next to teammate Julie
Foudy during practice in Carson, California October 10, 2003. The USA
will play against Canada October 11 for the third place in the Women's
World Cup. Germany will play Sweden in the final October 12.
REUTERS/Mike Blake

MB
SPORT SOCCER
RTRPFIP
October 05, 2003
Julie Foudy (L) and Mia Hamm (R) of USA hug after Germany defeated USA
3-0 in the FIFA Women's World...
Portland, USA
MIA HAMM AND JULIE FOUDY OF USA HUG AFTER LOSS.
Julie Foudy (L) and Mia Hamm (R) of USA hug after Germany defeated USA
3-0 in the FIFA Women's World Cup semi-final game in Portland, Oregon
October 5, 2003. Germany advances to the finals. REUTERS/Andy Clark

GMH/GAC
SPORT SOCCER
RTRPFIJ
October 05, 2003
German goalkeeper Silke Rottenberg (L) makes a save while Julie Foudy
(R) of the USA flies over her...
Portland, USA
GERMAN GOALKEEPER ROTTENBERG MAKES SAVE ON FOUDY OF USA.
German goalkeeper Silke Rottenberg (L) makes a save while Julie Foudy
(R) of the USA flies over her during the FIFA Women's World Cup
semi-final game in Portland, Oregon October 5, 2003. Germany defeated
USA 3-0 and advances to the final. REUTERS/Anthony Bolante

JI/GAC
SPORT SOCCER
RTRPFHU
October 05, 2003
USA team members Shannon Boxx (L) Mia Hamm, Cindy Parlow (in blue) and
Julie Foudy (11) react after...
Portland, USA
USA REACTS AFTER DEFEAT BY GERMANY IN WORLD CUP ACTION.
USA team members Shannon Boxx (L) Mia Hamm, Cindy Parlow (in blue) and
Julie Foudy (11) react after Germany defeated the USA 3-0 in the FIFA
Women's World Cup semi-final game in Portland, Oregon, October 5, 2003.
Germany advances to the final. REUTERS/John Gress

JI/GAC
SPORT SOCCER
RTRP4D2
September 25, 2003
Mia Hamm of the USA (second left) celebrates her team's 5-0 win over
Nigeria during the first round...
Philadelphia, USA
HAMM AND USA PLAYERS CELEBRATE WIN OVER NIGERIA IN WOMENS WORLD CUP
SOCCER.
Mia Hamm of the USA (second left) celebrates her team's 5-0 win over
Nigeria during the first round of the FIFA Women's World Cup soccer
championships in Philadelphia, September 25, 2003. Hamm scored two
goals and made one assist in the win. Pictured with Hamm are Tiffany
Roberts (L), Julie Foudy(C) and Tiffeny Milbrett (R). Nigeria's Bunmi
Kayode walks away far right. REUTERS/Jason Reed

BPS/HB
SPORT SOCCER
RTRP4AB
September 25, 2003
Mia Hamm of the United States (R) celebrates with her teammates
including team captain Julie Foudy (L)...
Philadelphia, USA
HAMM CELEBRATES USA GOAL AGAINST NIGERIA IN WORLD CUP SOCCER.
Mia Hamm of the United States (R) celebrates with her teammates
including team captain Julie Foudy (L) after Hamm scored the first goal
of the game on a penalty kick against Nigeria during the first round of
the FIFA Women's World Cup soccer championships in Philadelphia,
September 25, 2003. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

BPS/GAC
USA SOCCER
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September 22, 2003
USA Womens World Cup players Julie Foudy (L) and Christie Pearce (R)
collect handshakes from a group...
Philadelphia, USA
USA PLAYERS FOUDY AND PEARCE COLLECT HANDSHAKES BEFORE PRACTICE.
USA Womens World Cup players Julie Foudy (L) and Christie Pearce (R)
collect handshakes from a group of students before practice at the
Chestnut Hill Academy in Philadelphia, September 22, 2003.The U.S. team
defeated Sweden in the first round 3-1, and will face Nigeria on
Thursday. REUTERS/Tim Shaffer

TMS
SPORT SOCCER
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September 21, 2003
Julie Foudy (L) of the United States battles for the ball with Sweden's
Malin Andersson during their...
Washington, USA
JULIE FOUDY OF THE USA BATTLES FOR BALL WITH SWEDENS MALIN ANDERSSON.
Julie Foudy (L) of the United States battles for the ball with Sweden's
Malin Andersson during their first round match at the 2003 FIFA Women's
World Cup in Washington, September 21, 2003. The United States defeated
Sweden 3-1. REUTERS/Jason Reed

PJ
SPORT SOCCER
RTRP0HQ
September 21, 2003
Brandi Chastain (L) of the United States talks to team captain Julie
Foudy after their game against...
Washington, USA
INJURED CHASTAIN OF THE USA TALKS TO JULIE FOUDY AFTER WORLD CUP GAME
AGAINST SWEDEN.
Brandi Chastain (L) of the United States talks to team captain Julie
Foudy after their game against Sweden at the 2003 FIFA Women's World
Cup in Washington, September 21, 2003. The United States defeated
Sweden 3-1. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

PJ/HB
SPORT SOCCER
RTRP0DZ
September 21, 2003
Shannon Boxx (7) of the United States celebrates scoring her team's
third goal with teammate Julie Foudy...
Washington, USA
SHANNON BOXX OF THE UNITED STATES CELEBRATES GOAL AGAINST SWEDEN.
Shannon Boxx (7) of the United States celebrates scoring her team's
third goal with teammate Julie Foudy (11) in the second half of their
match against Sweden at the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup in Washington,
September 21, 2003. Sweden's Hanna Ljungberg is at right while Frida
Oestberg is at left. The United States defeated Sweden 3-1.
REUTERS/Kevin Lamarque

PJ/HB
SPORT SOCCER
RTRP0B9
September 21, 2003
Cindy Parlow (L) of the United States celebrates scoring her teams
second goal with teammate Julie Foudy...
Washington, USA
CINDY PARLOW OF THE USA CELEBRATES GOAL AGAINST SWEDEN.
Cindy Parlow (L) of the United States celebrates scoring her teams
second goal with teammate Julie Foudy during their first round match
against Sweden at the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup in Washington,
September 21, 2003. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

PJ
SPORT SOCCER
RTRP0AY
September 21, 2003
Kristine Lilly (C) of the United States celebrates her teams first goal
with teammate Mia Hamm (R) in...
Washington, USA
KRISTINE LILLY OF THE USA CELEBRATES HER GOAL WITH TEAMMATE MIA HAMM.
Kristine Lilly (C) of the United States celebrates her teams first goal
with teammate Mia Hamm (R) in the first half of their first round match
against Sweden at the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup in Washington,
September 21, 2003. Julie Foudy of the United States is at left.
REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

PJ
SPORT SOCCER
RTROX6R
September 18, 2003
Julie Foudy (L), captain of the USA womens World Cup soccer team,
playfully collides with teammate Mia...
Washington, USA
JULIE FOUDY PLAYFULLY COLLIDES WITH MIA HAMM DURING USA SOCCER
PRACTICE.
Julie Foudy (L), captain of the USA womens World Cup soccer team,
playfully collides with teammate Mia Hamm (R) during a morning practice
in Washington, D.C., September 18, 2003. The USA will begin defense of
their Women's World Cup soccer championship when matches begin
September 20. The United States plays its first game September 21
against Sweden in Washington. REUTERS/Gary Hershorn

GMH/GAC
SPORT SOCCER
RTROX6L
September 18, 2003
Julie Foudy, captain of the USA womens World Cup soccer team, takes a
corner kick during a morning practice...
Washington, USA
USA WOMENS WORLD CUP SOCCER CAPTAIN TAKES CORNER KICK DURING PRACTICE.
Julie Foudy, captain of the USA womens World Cup soccer team, takes a
corner kick during a morning practice in Washington, D.C., September
18, 2003. The USA will begin defense of their Women's World Cup
championship when matches begin September 20. The United States plays
its first game September 21 against Sweden in Washington. REUTERS/Gary
Hershorn

GMH
SPORT SOCCER
RTRNSFR
August 21, 2003
Brandi Chastain (L) Julie Foudy (C) and Shannon MacMillan (R) hold each
other as they stretch as the...
Anaheim, USA
US WOMENS WORLD CUP SOCCER TEAM BEGIN TRAINING CAMP.
Brandi Chastain (L) Julie Foudy (C) and Shannon MacMillan (R) hold each
other as they stretch as the United States women's national soccer team
begin their training camp in San Diego, August 21, 2003 in defense of
the 1999 World Cup title. The women's World Cup Soccer will begin in
the United States September 21. REUTERS/Mike Blake

MB/GAC
SPORT FIFA
RTRMH3W
July 17, 2003
US Women's National Soccer team stars (L-R) Joy Fawcett, Mia Hamm and
Julie Foudy listen to the announcement...
Carson, USA
US WOMENS SOCCER STARS LISTEN TO FIFA WOMENS WORLD CUP FINAL DRAW.
US Women's National Soccer team stars (L-R) Joy Fawcett, Mia Hamm and
Julie Foudy listen to the announcement for the draw for the FIFA
Women's World Cup USA 2003 in Carson, California, July 17, 2003.
REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

LN
SPORT FIFA
RTRMH3C
July 17, 2003
Women's National Soccer team players (L-R) Daniella of Brazil, Zhang
Ouying of China and Joy Fawcett,...
Carson, USA
FIFA WOMENS WORLD CUP FINAL DRAW.
Women's National Soccer team players (L-R) Daniella of Brazil, Zhang
Ouying of China and Joy Fawcett, Mia Hamm and Julie Foudy of the U.S.
sit behind bowls containing the plastic balls with the names of the
teams to be drawn for the FIFA Women's World Cup USA 2003, in Carson,
California, July 17, 2003. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

LN/ME
SPORT FIFA
RTRMH2A
July 17, 2003
U.S. Women's National Soccer team players (L-R) Joy Fawcett, Mia Hamm
and Julie Foudy listen to the...
Carson, USA
US NATIONAL TEAM PLAYERS LISTEN TO FIFA WOMENS WORLD CUP FINAL DRAW.
U.S. Women's National Soccer team players (L-R) Joy Fawcett, Mia Hamm
and Julie Foudy listen to the announcement for the draw for the FIFA
Women's World Cup USA 2003, as the World Cup stands on a table in front
of them, in Carson, California, July 17, 2003. REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson

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November 09, 2002
USA's Tiffeny Milbrett (R) and Julie Foudy (11) celebrate after
Milbrett scored in the first half against...
Pasadena, USA
USA CELEBRATES GOAL AGAINST CANADA IN WOMEN'S GOLD CUP SOCCER
CHAMPIONSHIP GAME.
USA's Tiffeny Milbrett (R) and Julie Foudy (11) celebrate after
Milbrett scored in the first half against Canada during the Women's
Gold Cup Soccer championship game November 9, 2002 at the Rose Bowl in
Pasadena, California. REUTERS/Adrees Latif

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November 06, 2002
USA team members Kristine Lilly (13) is congratulated by teammates Mia
Hamm (9) and Julie Foudy (11)...
Seattle, USA
USA WOMENS TEAM CELEBRATE VICTORY OVER COSTA RICA.
USA team members Kristine Lilly (13) is congratulated by teammates Mia
Hamm (9) and Julie Foudy (11) after Lilly scored the seventh goal of
their 7-0 victory against Costa Rica in their Women's Gold Cup
semifinal match at Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington on November 6,
2002. REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante

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November 06, 2002
The USA women's team celebrates after Cindy Parlow (12, top R) scored
on an assist from teammate Julie...
Seattle, USA
USA WOMENS TEAM CELEBRATE GOAL AGAINST COSTA RICA.
The USA women's team celebrates after Cindy Parlow (12, top R) scored
on an assist from teammate Julie Foudy (facing camera) during the first
period of their Women's Gold Cup semifinal match against Costa Rica at
Safeco Field in Seattle, Washington on November 6, 2002.
REUTERS/Anthony P. Bolante

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September 24, 2000
USA's Julie Foudy heads the ball with Brazil's Cidinha on her back during the semifinal of the women's...
Canberra, Australia
USA'S FOUDY HEADS BALL AHEAD OF BRAZILS CIDINHA DURING SEMIFINAL IN CANBERRA.
USA's Julie Foudy heads the ball with Brazil's Cidinha on her back during the semifinal of the women's Sydney 2000 Olympics soccer match against Brazil at Bruce Stadium, Canberra September 24 2000. USA won 1-0.

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September 24, 2000
USA womens team members Julie Foudy, Tiffeny Milbrett (16), Siri Mullinix and Kate Sobrero (L-R) wave...
Canberra, Australia
USA TEAM MEMBERS WAVE TO FANS AFTER WIN AGAINST BRAZIL IN CANBERRA.
USA womens team members Julie Foudy, Tiffeny Milbrett (16), Siri Mullinix and Kate Sobrero (L-R) wave to fans after their win in the semi final of the womens Sydney 2000 Olympics soccer match against Brazil at Bruce Stadium, Canberra September 24 2000. USA won 1-0.

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July 04, 2000
United States womens soccer captain Julie Foudy holds up the Gold Cup Championship trophy after the United...
Foxboro, USA
USA CAPTAIN FOUDY HOLDS UP GOLD CUP TROPHY AFTER WIN.
United States womens soccer captain Julie Foudy holds up the Gold Cup Championship trophy after the United States defeated Brazil 1-0 to win the Womens' Gold Cup 2000 Final in Foxboro, Massachusetts, July 3.

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July 02, 2000
Canada's Clare Rustad (R) battles the United States Julie Foudy (L) for a ball in the air during the...
Louisville, USA
USA JULIE FOUDY BATTLES CANADAS CLARE RUDTAD FOR THE BALL IN THE AIR.
Canada's Clare Rustad (R) battles the United States Julie Foudy (L) for a ball in the air during the second half of play July 1 during the women's semi-finals of the 2000 Gold Cup soccer tournament in Louisville, Kentucky. The United States won 4-1.

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July 02, 2000
Canada's Amy Walsh (R) battles the United States Julie Foudy (L) for the ball during the first half of...
Louisville, USA
USA JULIE FOUDY BATTLES CANADAS AMY WALSH FOR BALL.
Canada's Amy Walsh (R) battles the United States Julie Foudy (L) for the ball during the first half of play July 1 in the womens semi-finals of the 2000 Gold Cup soccer tournament in Louisville, Kentucky.

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February 15, 2000
FILE PHOTO 10JUL99 - Seven months after the United States women's soccer team captured the World Cup...
Pasadena, USA
BRANDI CHASTAIN AND TEAMMATES AFTER USA VICTORY AT WOMENS WORLD CUP FINAL.
FILE PHOTO 10JUL99 - Seven months after the United States women's soccer team captured the World Cup and the hearts of a nation, plans were announced for the launching of the Women's United Soccer Association, a professional league that will begin in the spring of 2001. Brandi Chastain (L), Julie Foudy (C) and Carla Overbeck, shown celebrating their World Cup victory, are among the U.S. national team members who will play in the new league. rc/Photo by Mike Blake REUTERS

United States Women's World Cup team members Brandi Chastain (L) who scored the winning penalty kick, Julie Foudy (C) and Carla Overbeck celebrate the United States victory against China in the World Cup Final July 10 at the Rose Bowl. The United States won the final 5-4 on penalty kicks.
SPORT SOCCER WOMEN
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July 13, 1999
Players Julie Foudy (L) and Brandi Chastain of the United States Women's Soccer Team prepare to toss...
New York, USA
FOUDY AND CHASTAIN AT NEW YORK WORLD CUP CELEBRATION.
Players Julie Foudy (L) and Brandi Chastain of the United States Women's Soccer Team prepare to toss balls to fans during a celebration in New York July 13 marking their recent World Cup victory. The team has been on a media tour in New York following their win over China in the World Cup finals held on July 10.

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July 11, 1999
United States Women's World Cup team members Brandi Chastain (L) who scored the winning penalty kick,...
Pasadena, USA
United States Women's World Cup team members Brandi Chastain (L) who scored the winning penalty kick.....
United States Women's World Cup team members Brandi Chastain (L) who scored the winning penalty kick, Julie Foudy (C) and Carla Overbeck celebrate the United States victory against China in the World Cup Final July 10 at the Rose Bowl. The United States won the final 5-4 on penalty kicks.
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SOCCER
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July 11, 1999
Julie Foudy of the USA (C) holds up the Women's World Cup trophy after the USA beat China in the World...
Pasadena, USA
Julie Foudy of the USA (C) holds up the Women's World Cup trophy after the USA beat China in the Wor.....
Julie Foudy of the USA (C) holds up the Women's World Cup trophy after the USA beat China in the World Cup final on penalty kicks. At left is Mia Hamm (9) and at right is Shannon MacMillan, with flag.
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