E:60 preview: Ibtihaj Muhammad breaking ground with USA Fencing

At the summer games in Rio, 30-year-old Ibtihaj Muhammad will be the first American to compete in a hijab, the traditional headscarf worn by some Muslim women as a symbol of modesty. In her E:60 debut, Abby Wambach reports on this groundbreaking athlete.

Team USA begins the quest for a gold medal

Take an all-access look at the U.S. Olympic women's soccer team, which gathered in Los Angeles over the weekend to practice. The women's team is pursuing a sixth consecutive gold medal.

Foudy: Pugh plays like veteran at 18

ESPN FC's Julie Foudy hails 18-year-old Mallory Pugh's impact for the U.S., but stresses the importance of the team's veterans.

Press gets behind the defense to put USA up 4-0

Off a turnover in the Costa Rican end, the ball gets to Christen Press behind the defense and she finds the net to increase the USA lead to 4-0.

Carli Lloyd's header makes it 3-0 USA

Carli Lloyd shows no rust in coming back from injury with a beautiful header that finds the net just before halftime to put USA up 3-0.

Lloyd: We're all about breaking records

Carli Lloyd tells SportsCenter's Neil Everett the U.S. are ready to win Olympic gold after winning last year's World Cup.

Four different scorers lead USA over Costa Rica

The United States put a balanced attack on display in a dominant win over Costa Rica in their final Olympic tune-up.

Mallory Pugh goes near-post to put USA up 2-0

Mallory Pugh races down the left side and rips a shot that beats the Costa Rican goalie to the near-post that doubles USA's lead at 2-0.

Dunn stays red-hot, puts USA up 1-0

Meghan Klingenberg gets acres of space on the left side that allows her to slide in the cross to Crystal Dunn who makes it two straight games with a goal to put USA up 1-0 over Costa Rica.

Foudy Does It: Water polo

Julie Foudy of espnW has some fun with the United States Olympic women's water polo team.