SEOUL, South Korea (AP) - South Korea has withdrawn from the bidding to host the 2023 Women's World Cup. The Korea Football Association made the announcement hours before Friday's deadline for candidates to submit completed bid books to soccer's governing body, FIFA. The KFA said it initially pushed to jointlyThe Washington Times
World Cup winner Carli Lloyd said on Tuesday she had been practising for a hoped-for future in the NFL and was not fazed about the idea of playing alongside the men.U.S.
The Ottawa native earned an individual victory in the 1,500 metres and a group win alongside Isabelle Weidemann and Valerie Maltais in the team pursuit.Global News
Christian Pulisic was named men's Player of the Year by the U.S. soccer federation on Thursday, with the 21-year-old becoming the youngest ever to claim the award twice.U.S.
The Seahawks ended the season on a 22-game winning streak to claim the program’s first national titleThe Palm Beach Post
With the richest prize in women's golf history riding on the outcome, Sei Young Kim delivered the ultimate money putt. Even if she didn't even know the score. Kim was tied for the lead going to the final hole Sunday at the CME Group Tour Championship in Naples, Fla. The nerves were obvious as she missed each of four straight putts from 12 feet or closer. Moments later, the 26-year-old South Korean took her place in LPGA Tour history. Kim made the putt of her life, a 25-footer for birdie...SFGate
There was camaraderie, career advice, and a collective commitment to fix a broken world at the 2019 Most Powerful Women Next Gen Summit.Fortune