U.S. Women's Soccer Rebounds From Initial Loss at Olympics
The U.S. women's national soccer team continued to fight on and off the pitch this week. Two days after the reigning World Cup champions suffered a deflating 3-0 loss to Sweden, the players filed an appeal Friday to overturn a 2020 decision against their equal pay lawsuit. On Saturday, the team rebounded with a 6-1 victory over New Zealand, breathing new life into the Americans' Olympic gold medal pursuit in Tokyo.
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