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The U.S. Is Crushing SheBelieves Cup + Athletes Love International Women's Day = 12 Things We Learned

By Kara Tanner | March 09, 2020, 1:06 p.m. (ET)

Megan Rapinoe dives for the ball at the SheBelieves Cup on March 8, 2020 in Harrison, N.J.


March is a big month for Team USA, and last week was no exception. Ice hockey gold medalist Meghan Duggan announced the birth of her first son, Team USA athletes celebrated International Women's Day, more athletes qualified for Tokyo 2020 and the U.S. women’s soccer team did what it does best: win. Wait, did you miss anything? That’s what we’re here for.

See You In Tokyo!

Saber fencers Mariel Zagunis and Eli Dershwitz are headed to another Olympic Games. 



Led by veteran Vincent Hancock, skeet shooters Phillip Jungman, Amber English and Austen Smith all punched their tickets to Tokyo this past weekend at U.S. Olympic Team Trials. 



USWNT Keeps On Rollin’

This team is a force to be reckoned with! The USWNT continues to dominate with wins over England and Spain in the 5th Annual SheBelieves Cup.



No new news here. Julie Ertz is a legend. 



Also, name a cuter couple than Julie and Zach Ertz. We’ll wait. 


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She got a thing for 86 🤪

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New Member Of Team USA 


Ice hockey gold medalist Meghan Duggan gave birth to son George Robert Apps-Duggan on Leap Day! Welcome to the world, George! 




Celebrating Women’s History Month

A true GOAT. We will never pass up an opportunity to celebrate Allyson Felix. 



Talk about a dynamic duo. We all need a friendship like Simone Manuel and Allison Schmitt. 



Maggie Steffens is an inspiration today and every day. 



Even wheelchair rugby player Chuck Aoki took to social media to share his admiration and love for the women in his life!



In Other News…

LeBron James and his family win the week with this incredible video of them dancing. Family goals, are we right?



This video of Morgan Hurd is too good. She doesn’t mess around when it comes to getting the perfect picture.