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Jun 05 2013

Racism in Sports — It’s not just the men

It is no secret that I am a huge fan of the US Women’s National Soccer Team.  This past weekend there was a friendly between the US and Canada and one of the American players was the subject to racial slurs while she was on the field. Sydney Leroux was born in Canada to a …

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Jun 02 2013

Blame Canada! USWNT liveblog

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6:37 And the game is over.  What have we learned in this rematch? Canada are sore losers and USWNT is the best.  BAM. 6:36 Leroux, the Canadian who is now American, scores! USA 3 – CAN 0 6:35 Camada still pushing pretty hard.  I imagine it’d be a major morale boost if they could get …

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Jul 19 2011

TAM Sunday: I give a presentation to a zillion people

I got up early to get ready to see the papers, and to make sure I was there to watch everyone else’s papers because they usually aren’t crowded.  TAMmers leave in droves on Sunday before the event is over and the papers were really poorly advertised this year.  There was no program, there was no …

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Jul 11 2011

Women’s World Cup: Weekend Summary: Insanity

Wow, what an insane weekend. So much overtime, so many surprises. France defeated Australia with no surprises, except that Australia’s defense is even worse than we thought. A lot of people are saying that the Matildas have it in them to be a contender next World Cup, but they’ve got to majorly change their defense …

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