Tough draw for the USWNT?
It looks challenging on paper, but U.S. coach Pia Sundhage isn't worried
When the women's Olympic soccer tournament kicks off in late July, there will be no shortage of familiar opponents for the U.S. women's national team.
The draw for the competition was announced in London on Tuesday, and the U.S. was placed in Group G alongside France, North Korea and Colombia, all of whom were beaten by the Americans at last summer's World Cup. The U.S. will open the tournament on July 25 against France in Glasgow's Hampden Park and then play Colombia three days ...
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