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A Senior Women's Soccer League

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Boston's Suffolk Downs Holds Its Last Live Horse Races

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U.S. Women Defeat France In Hard-Fought Quarterfinal Victory

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City workers in Toronto removed basketball hoops each evening from some city parks because of noise complaints. After an outcry, the city says the rims will stay up. Hakan Dahlstrom/Flickr hide caption

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World Cup's Video-Assisted Referee System Receives Praise, Criticism

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U.S. Women's World Cup Supporters Become A Sensation Of Their Own In France

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"We weren't surprised that there was resistance to an all-female crew in the race ..." says Tracy Edwards, who assembled the first all-female crew to enter the Whitbread Round the World Race. "But I was shocked at the level of anger there was that we wanted to do this, because why is this making you angry?" Courtesy of Tracy Edwards and Sony Pictures Classics hide caption

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With An All-Female Crew, 'Maiden' Sailed Around The World And Into History

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Keenan Reynolds (center), Baltimore Ravens' sixth round NFL draft pick, carries his diploma during the Naval Academy's graduation in May 2016. Trump's order on Wednesday would allow more military graduates to defer service in order to pursue professional sports careers. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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World Cup: U.S. Beats Spain 2-1 To Face France In Quarterfinals

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