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'Literally pancaked': 1 dead in collapse at Miami-area condo building; Boy pulled from rubble alive
06/24/2021 7:23am

The building has literally pancaked, Surfsides mayor said. He said he doesnt believe rescue teams will find more survivors.

Anonymous customer leaves New Hampshire restaurant a $16K tip
06/24/2021 6:53am

BIG TIP: A customer who ordered a couple of chili dogs, fried pickle chips and drinks at a New Hampshire restaurant left a $16,000 tip, saying the staff works hard.

Strawberry supermoon doughnut only available today at Krispy Kreme
06/24/2021 6:24am

Krispy Kreme is celebrating the last supermoon of the year with a special sweet treat.

What should I know about the COVID delta variant?
06/24/2021 5:10am

Experts say the delta variant spreads more easily because of mutations that make it better at latching onto cells in our bodies.

New videos show Jan. 6 US Capitol riot from officers' point of view
06/24/2021 5:00am

Capitol Riots: The Justice Department released never-before-seen clips of police body-camera and surveillance footage showing rioters harassing and attacking police on January 6.


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Padres Beat Dodgers 5-3 For 1st Sweep of L.A. in San Diego Since 2010
06/24/2021 6:16am

The last time the San Diego Padres swept the Los Angeles Dodgers at Petco Park, in September 2010, right-hander Joe Musgrove was just starting his senior year at Grossmont High in suburban El Cajon.When the Padres got their most recent sweep of LA, at Dodger Stadium in April 2013, Musgrove was still three years away from making his big league debut.So yeah, its a big deal for the hometown kid to be part of a series that had Petco Park rocking for three straight nights.I feel like the rivalry is at its best that its ever been, Musgrove said after the Padres hit three solo home runs off reigning NL Cy Young Award winner Trevor Bauer and beat the Dodgers 5-3 Wednesday night for their first three-game sweep of the NL West rivals in eight seasons.Its a pretty level playing field between the two teams and I feel like were starting to show them that youre not going to walk all over us this year and that were going to fight, weve got the pieces to do it, and now its about going out and doing it, said Musgrove, who got a no-decision after pitching six strong innings. It feels good to be part of that.The game ended in front of a sellout crowd of 43,961 when pinch-hitter Albert Pujols lined out to third baseman Manny Machado, who finished off a tremendous series defensively by doubling Will Smith off second. That earned Mark Melancon his major league-leading 23rd save.San Diego is 7-3 this season against the Dodgers, including winning four straight, and has won two of the three series against the eight-time defending division champions. The Dodgers swept the Padres in the NL Division Series in October en route to winning the World Series.San Diego has won seven straight games overall, including a four-game sweep of the Cincinnati Reds, after losing 13 of their previous 17.Weve got areas to improve at and we are going to be a better team as the season gets going and down the stretch, manager Jayce Tingler said. I dont want to put a ceiling or a cap on what were capable of because this is the most talented group Ive been around. I do believe our best ball is still ahead of us, thats for sure.Trent Grisham drew a go-ahead, bases-loaded walk in the eighth.With the score tied at 3, Jake Cronenworth, who homered in the first, started the winning rally with a leadoff double off Blake Treinen 1-3 that went off the glove of leaping right fielder Matt Beaty. Machado, who also homered in the first, singled. Victor Gonzalez came on and allowed Eric Hosmers sacrifice bunt. Wil Myers was intentionally walked to load the bases before Gonzalez walked Grisham to bring in Cronenworth. Victor Caratini added a sacrifice fly.Cronenworth and Machado connected back-to-back with two outs in the first against Bauer, who won the 2020 NL Cy Young Award while with Cincinnati. Caratini gave the Padres a 3-2 lead with a leadoff homer in the seventh.The Dodgers tied it in the eighth when Max Muncy doubled and scored on Justin Turners opposite-field single to right.Bauer allowed thee runs and five hits in six-plus innings, struck out 10 and walked four.After allowing the consecutive homers in the first, Bauer settled down and retired nine of the next 10 batters before getting into and out of a jam in the fourth. After Bauer struck out Machado and Eric Hosmer, he walked Myers and allowed a ground-rule double to Grisham. Caratini was intentionally walked to get to Musgrove, who struck out looking.Musgrove retired nine of the first 10 Dodgers before Los Angeles broke through in the fourth. Muncy hit a leadoff double, Cody Bellinger activated earlier in the day walked with one out and Smith hit an RBI single. First baseman Hosmer went for a reverse double play on Beatys grounder and forced Smith at second but shortstop Fernando Tatis Jr.s return throw skipped past Musgrove for an error and Bellinger scored.Musgrove, who threw the Padres first no-hitter on April 9, allowed two runs, one earned, and two hits in six innings. He struck out five and walked two.Im a Padre fan. I grew up in San Diego, so Ive been living this for a long time and Ive been watching these series go down and its kind of the dream that you get to participate in an action-packed series like this, Musgrove said.Tim Hill 4-3 got the win.Manny Machado 13 of the San Diego Padres celebrates hitting a home run during the game between the Los Angeles Dodgers and the San Diego Padres at Petco Park on Wednesday, June 23, 2021 in San Diego, California. Photo by Daniel Shirey/MLB Photos via Getty ImagesCOMPLIMENTING MACHADOMachado homered twice this series and played stellar defense. In the eighth, while playing in right field in a shift, he dived and fell a few feet short of catching Muncys double.Thats a bad man. Just an absolute bad man, Tingler said. Manny was unbelievable this series.TRAINERS ROOMDodgers: Activated Bellinger from the 10-day injured list after he missed seven games with tightness in his left hamstring. To make room, INF Andy Burns was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City.UP NEXTDodgers: RHP Walker Buehler 7-0, 2.48 ERA is scheduled to start Thursday night in the opener of a home four-game series against the Chicago Cubs, who will counter with RHP Zach Davies 4-4, 4.66.Padres: RHP Chris Paddack 4-5, 4.10 is scheduled to start Friday night in the opener of a three-game home series against the last-place Arizona Diamondbacks, who will counter with RHP Corbin Martin 0-2, 8.62.

Transgender Hurdler Ruled Ineligible for US Olympic Trials
06/24/2021 5:36am

Transgender runner CeCe Telfer will not be allowed to compete in the womens 400-meter hurdles at U.S. Olympic trials because Telfer has not met the conditions World Athletics established in its eligibility regulations for certain womens events.Telfer competed for the mens team at Franklin Pierce University a Division II school in Rindge, New Hampshire but took time off, then came back to compete for the womens team. In 2019, Telfer won the NCAA title.Telfer was entered in this weeks trials, but World Athletics put out new guidelines in 2019 that closed off international womens events of between 400 meters and a mile to athletes whose testosterone levels were at 5 nonomoles per liter nmol/L or more.Telfer had been on the list of qualified athletes for Fridays opening heats. A start list was published Wednesday evening that was missing Telfers name. USA Track and Field released a short statement that said athletes must meet the World Athletic requirements to be eligible for trials. USATF said it had been notified last week that Telfer had not met the conditions and the federation passed along that information to the runner. On Wednesday, Telfers manager, David McFarland, told The Associated Press in a statement that Telfer would respect the decision. More Tokyo Olympics CoverageTokyo Olympics10 hours agoWeather, Women&039s 400 Hurdles Set to Sizzle in Track Trials&039 Final Weekendallyson felix18 hours agoTokyo Olympics: Meet the Moms Who Have Qualified for the U.S. TeamCeCe has turned her focus towards the future and is continuing to train. She will compete on the national and world stage again soon, McFarland said. To be eligible for an event, an athlete has to stay below the 5 nmol/L threshold for 12 months. In its guidelines, World Athletics says athletes can lower their testosterone level using an oral contraceptive pill, a monthly injection of a hormone therapy drug or by surgery to remove their testicles. It is their choice whether or not to have any treatment, and if so which treatment to have, World Athletics said in a Q&A discussing its policy. In a blog last week in Womens Health, Telfer said: I love what Im doing and Im getting to live my truth and live my authentic life. I believe that this is my way of being the change that I want to see in the world. And I live by that every single day.In its statement, USATF said it strongly supports inclusivity and providing a clear path to participation in the sport for all, while also maintaining competitive fairness. If CeCe meets the conditions for transgender athlete participation in the future, we wholeheartedly back her participation in international events as a member of Team USATF, the statement said.

Weather, Women's 400 Hurdles Set to Sizzle in Track Trials' Final Weekend
06/24/2021 2:34am

Dalilah Muhammad has all the prestigious credentials: Reigning world champion. Defending Olympic gold medalist. World record holder.Despite that, she doesnt always grab top billing in one of the most competitive races in track and field the womens 400-meter hurdles.The reason Sydney McLaughlin, the 21-year-old phenom who has been on Muhammads heels for most of the past few seasons and even deserves some of the credit for pushing the champion toward her world-record times. Act One of their 2021 drama is expected to take place at the U.S. Olympic track and field trials Sunday. The encore could happen in Tokyo at the Olympics. We definitely push each other to be at our best, Muhammad said. Thats a lot of pressure, but it also makes us so much better.Action resumes Thursday at the trials. There are still many spots up for grabs to Tokyo over the final four days, the last two of which are expected to reach 100 degrees 37.8 Celsius, with a potentially record-setting heatwave descending on the Pacific Northwest. To beat the heat, USA Track and Field moved the start times for Saturdays 20-kilometer racewalks to 7 a.m. two hours earlier than originally scheduled.With McLaughlin pushing her to the finish, Muhammad ran the 400 hurdles in 52.16 seconds at the 2019 world championships in Doha. She broke her own world record from two months previous. McLaughlins second-place time of 52.23 in Doha stands as the third-best time ever.McLaughlin burst onto the national scene by earning a spot for the 2016 Olympics at age 16. Much was made of her multiple talents including the ability to juggle while riding a unicycle.Muhammad, meanwhile, has largely stayed under the radar. She does not consider this a rivalry, per se.Its actually unfortunate that its looked up that way, the 31-year-old Muhammad said. In reality, I definitely wish nothing but the best for Sydney. I love to see where the event can go.Despite finishing second in the last major race, McLaughlin might be considered a slight favorite at the trials. Her best time this season 52.83 is nearly 2 seconds better than Muhammads 54.50. Muhammad is still rounding into form after suffering a hamstring injury earlier this season. Im lucky enough to have a lot of muscle memory in the event, Muhammad said. So it doesnt take a lot at this point of my career to figure out the speed and the pattern of the 400 hurdles.Noahs ArcWorld champion sprinter Noah Lyles had visions of a 100-200 sprint double. But it didnt work out in the 100, where he finished seventh. He promised no such letdown in his signature event, the 200, with the first round Friday and the final Sunday in the final event of the trials.I plan to go into the 200 and dominate, Lyles said. Point blank.Its a loaded field that also includes Terrance Laird, the LSU standout who just announced he was turning pro. Laird recently won the 100 meters at the NCAA championships and finished second in the 200. Long Jump ShowdownA pair of 30-something Olympic champions will headline the womens long jump. Tianna Bartoletta, 35, is the reigning Olympic long jump champion, with Brittney Reese, 34, taking second in Rio. Reese won the event at the 2012 London Games. The up-and-comer is NCAA winner Tara Davis from the University of Texas. Front & CentroMatthew Centrowitz will be a crowd favorite he was recently inducted into the University of Oregon athletics hall of fame when he begins his first step toward defending his Olympic title in the 1,500 meters. In Rio, Centrowitz became the first American to win Olympic gold in the mens 1,500 since 1908. Dont overlook Hobbs Kessler, the 18-year-old from Michigan who broke Jim Ryuns American under-20 record with a timeof 3:34.36 at the Portland Track Festival. Ryuns mark had been on the books since 1966.More Tokyo Olympics Coverageallyson felix18 hours agoTokyo Olympics: Meet the Moms Who Have Qualified for the U.S. TeamTokyo Olympics22 hours agoHere Are the 18 US Olympic Women&039s Soccer Team Players Headed to TokyoHurdlesGrant Holloway 110-meter hurdles and Rai Benjamin 400 hurdles are both at the head of the class in their events. Holloway won the 110 hurdles at the world championships, while Benjamin took silver in the 400 hurdles. Benjamins in hot pursuit of the record for the event, which is 46.78 and set by Kevin Young in 1992. He along with Karsten Warholm of Norway and Qatars Abderrahman Samba have all dipped below the 47-second mark.Its the level of competition that Karsten, Samba and myself have brought the 400 hurdles to running 47s is not going to be enough, Benjamin said. Im ready. Im prepared.Price & BerryDeAnna Price, the American record holder, and Gwen Berry have raised the profile of the American hammer throw. Price is the defending world champion and Berry is not far behind.Berry, a Black athlete, also is drawing awareness in her fight for racial justice. Berry was reprimanded soon after raising her fist on the medals stand at the Pan-Am Games in 2019 it rekindled a contentious debate about Rule 50. In December, she won a humanitarian award for her work raising social justice issues in the United States.

Tokyo Olympics: Meet the Moms Who Have Qualified for the U.S. Team
06/23/2021 6:11pm

One of the most iconic moments at U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials came during the celebration following the womens 400m final. After qualifying for her fifth Olympic team and first as a mom second-place finisher Allyson Felix introduced her two-year-old daughter Cammy to another toddler: Demetrius, son of first-place finisher Quanera Hayes.Can you say were going to Tokyo Felix asked, right after Demetrius leaned in to give Cammy a hug.During the impromptu playdate, Hayes made a point of thanking Felix.I just told her that I was grateful for all that shes done for mothers, and her paving the way for me as an athlete with all that shes done for the sport, Hayes said.Felix spoke on TODAY Wednesday about sharing that special moment with Cammy after shequalified for her fifth Olympicsand first since she became a mom in 2018.She doesnt understand everything, but I wanted her to be proud of me, and Ill explain all of this later to her, Felix said. But just so much has gone into this moment. Theres been so much struggle, so much to overcome, and so to share that moment with her, its pretty indescribable.Felix has returned to being a world-class competitor after facing a life-threatening condition during Cammys birth. She underwent an emergency C-section at 32 weeks after being diagnosed with a severe case ofpreeclampsia.Cammy weighed 3 pounds, 7 ounces at birth and spent her first few weeks in the neonatal intensive care unit. The ordeal also left Felix questioning if she could regain her form as one of the best track athletes in the world.I thought about that the night before I raced, of all of the hardship, she said. Being in the NICU, gradually trying to get back and the doubts of, was I ever going to be able to get to a point where I could run again, let alone on a world stage. So now thats a dream come true.At the Tokyo Olympics, Felix and Hayes will be joined on the U.S. Olympic roster by at least nine other moms. The current count 11 is likely to increase as Olympic qualification continues.One particularly notable stat: For four U.S. athletes Allyson Felix, Diana Taurasi, Serena Williams, and Mariel Zagunis Tokyo will mark their fifth Olympics, but first as moms.Moms who have qualified for Team USA for the Tokyo OlympicsAlex Morgan SoccerWhile Alex Morgan never ruled out playing the Tokyo Olympics before the postponement, she was certainly aided by the one year delay. Morgan,who will be makingher third Olympic appearance this summer, gave birth to daughter Charlie in May 2020. In Tokyo, Morganwill become the fifthUSWNT player to make an Olympic roster after giving birth.Skylar Diggins-Smith BasketballAfter playing the 2018 season while pregnant, four-time WNBA all-star Skylar Diggins-Smith gave birth to her sonRowan Seven Smithin April 2019. The Tokyo Gameswill markDiggins-Smiths Olympic debut.Diana Taurasi BasketballSince winning her fourth Olympic gold medal in Rio, Diana Taurasi has become a mom. Taurasis wifePenny Taylor, a two-time Olympic silver medalist for Australia, gave birth to the couples sonLeoin 2018.In Tokyo, Taurasi and teammateSue Birdcould become the first basketball players to win five Olympic gold medals. The U.S. team willbe aimingto win a seventh straight gold medal.Mariel Zagunis FencingThe Tokyo Games will mark the fifth Olympic appearance for Mariel Zagunis and her first as a mom. Zagunis, a four-time Olympic medalist and the most decorated U.S. fencer in history, gave birth to her daughterSunday Noellein October 2017.Serena Williams TennisSerena Williams last won a Grand Slam title at the 2017 Australian Open, where she was eight weeks pregnant with daughterOlympia.Olympia has yet to see her mother add to her 23 career Grand Slam singles titles an Open Era record. Serena has gone 0-4 in Grand Slam finals since making her return to competition in 2018.In Tokyo, her fifth Olympics, Williams could break her tie with sisterVenusfor most Olympic gold medals in tennis history. They own four each, including three doubles titles they won together.Williams mathematically clinched a spot in Tokyo earlier this year, but she has not committed to competing at the Olympics. In May, shevoiced concernsabout whether Olympia would be able to travel to Japan with her.Allyson Felix Track & Field, 400mAt the 2016 Rio Olympics,Allyson Felixbecame the most decorated American woman in Olympic track & field history nine medals, including six gold. Two years later, she became a mother. Asevere caseof preeclampsia resulted in an emergency c-section and Felixs daughterCammyspent her first month in the NICU.Felix has sinceraised awarenessabout racial disparities in maternal mortality, testifying in Congress about her own experience.At the Tokyo Games, Felixs fifth Olympic appearance, she could tie or break the record for most medals won by an American track & field athlete. The current record is held byCarl Lewis10.Quanera Hayes Track & Field, 400mQuanera Hayes qualified for her first Olympic team by winning the womens 400m at U.S. Olympic Track & Field Trials and celebrated on the track with her son Demetrius.Hayes gave birth to Demetrius in October 2018 and said returning to the track was a challenge. Coming back, it was tough. It was like I had to learn how to run all over again. I couldnt come out of the blocks, my stride was different.Still, her hardest experience as a mom came last year. Quaneras husband,Demetrius Sr.,is from the Bahamas and baby Demetrius was visiting his grandparents when the island shut down to the Covid-19 pandemic.He was stuck in the Bahamas for four months, she said. I couldnt get to him, they couldnt get to me It was the worst experience of my life. He was growing up and he was learning new stuff without me.The emotional reunion between Hayes and her son was captured inthis video.Sally Kipyego Track & Field, MarathonSally Kipyego finished third at U.S. Olympic Marathon Trials in February 2020 to qualify for her second Olympic team. At the 2012 London Olympics, Kipyego won silver in 10,000 while representing Kenya. She became an American citizen in 2017, the same year she gave birth to her daughterEmma.A lot of women have children, and they come back and somehow they run and theyre fantastic, she said after making the U.S. Olympic team. That was not my story. My body fell apart. I got sick all the time. I couldnt even put together a month of training without getting fatigued.Aliphine Tuliamuk Track & Field, MarathonWhen Aliphine Tuliamuk won the womens marathon at U.S. Olympic Trials in February 2020, she had it all planned out: she was going to race at the Olympics in July and then she wanted to have a baby.But when the Covid-19 pandemic postponed the Games, Tuliamuk and her partnerTim Gannonreassassed their family planning timeline. Tuliamukannouncedher pregnancy in December 2020 and gave birth to daughterZoein January after 50 hours in labor.In the future, my daughter will be able to look back and say, My mom was able to run a marathon at the Olympics six-and-a-half months after having me, TuliamuktoldOn Her Turfin April. And I hope that inspires her and other little girls and boys, too.Cat Osterman SoftballBothCat Ostermanand the sport of softballwill returnto the Olympics this summer. Osterman, 38, was a member of the U.S. team at the last two Olympics where softball was contested, winning gold in 2004 and silver in 2008. Osterman retired from the sport 2015. The following year, she married her husbandJoey Ashleyand became stepmom to daughterBracken.In 2018, Osterman came out of retirement withthe goalof winning gold in Tokyo.Foluke Gunderson ne Akinradewo VolleyballThe Tokyo Olympics will mark Foluke Gundersons third Olympics, but first as a mom. After winning silver in 2012 and bronze in 2016, Gunderson gave birth to sonOlukayode Ayodelein late 2019.Gunderson isone of fourreturning Olympians on the U.S. womens volleyball roster. In Tokyo, the U.S. will aim to win its first ever gold medal in womens volleyball. In 11 appearances, the U.S. has finished on the podium five times three silver medals, two bronze.The NBC Olympics research team contributed to this report.This story first appeared onTODAY.com. More from TODAY:Most premature baby ever celebrates first birthdayHoda Kotb recalls emotional moment her brother told her their dad diedUS womens Olympic basketball team roster revealed exclusively on TODAY

Here Are the 18 US Olympic Women's Soccer Team Players Headed to Tokyo
06/23/2021 2:45pm

Carli Lloyd, Julie Ertz named to 2020 U.S. Olympic soccer team originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia TODAY, THE U.S. WOMENu2019S TODAY, THE U.S. WOMENu2019S SOCCER TEAM ANNOUNCED THE FINAL ROSTER. THE PRIDE OF NEW JERSEY IS HEADED BACK TO THE GAMES FOR A RECORD FOURTH TIME. RECORD FOURTH TIME. THATu2019S RIGHT. CARLY LOUD WILL BE 39 YEARS OLD WHEN SHE TAKES THE FIELD FOR TEAM USA. TEAM USA. ONLY NBC 10 WAS WITH HER HOURS AFTER THE NEWS BECAME OFFICIAL. HOW DID ONE OF THE MOST ACCOMPLISHED ATHLETES CELEBRATE REACHING AN HISTORIC FOURTH OLYMPICS BY DOING WHAT ELSE TRAINING. ITu2019S JUST REALLY EXCITING. ITu2019S JUST REALLY EXCITING. ITu2019S STILL AN HONOR TO GET THE CALL AND CAN NEVER TAKE AWAY THE CALL AND CAN NEVER TAKE AWAY THE FACT THAT Iu2019M A FOURTIME OLYMPIAN AND JUST WANT TO DO EVERYTHING POSSIBLE TO HELP THE TEAM WIN GOLD. THATu2019S OUR MAIN MISSION. FLOYD STEPS UP. CARLI HAS LED TEAM USA TO VICTORY TWICE. WITH TODAYu2019S ANNOUNCEMENT SHE WITH TODAYu2019S ANNOUNCEMENT SHE BECOMES THE OLDEST EVER OLYMPIAN. SHEu2019S ONE OF THREE WOMEN TO PLAY IN FOUR OLYMPICS FOR U.S. IN FOUR OLYMPICS FOR U.S. SOCCER. THAT EXPERIENCE BRINGS PERSPECTIVE. Iu2019M JUST GOING TO SAVOR IT MORE. Iu2019M GOING TO TAKE IT IN MORE. Iu2019M MORE EXPERIENCED. I KNOW WHAT I NEED TO DO. ANY ROLE, STARTING, COMING OFF THE BENCH, WEu2019RE GOING TO NEED ALL 18 PLAYERS, AND I JUST WANT ALL 18 PLAYERS, AND I JUST WANT TO GIVE IT EVERYTHING Iu2019VE GOT. Reporter: IN FEBRUARY, TOM BRADY WON HIS SEVENTH SUPER BOWL AT THE AGE OF 43. AT THE AGE OF 43. HEu2019S GOT IT EARLIER THIS MONTH CARLI BECAME THE FIRST TO SCORE A GOLD. DRAWING COMPARISONS TO BRADY. SHEu2019S LIKE TOM BRADY. YOU DO NOT BET AGAINST HER. CARLI IS FLATTERED. I LOOK UP TO TOM BRADY. I LOOK UP TO TOM BRADY. HEu2019S SOMEBODY WHO HASNu2019T HAD IT EASY, DIDNu2019T GO HIGH IN THE EASY, DIDNu2019T GO HIGH IN THE DRAFT AND HEu2019S JUST PROVED EVERYBODY WRONG AND HEu2019S DEFIED THE AGE STIGMA AND WHEN YOU DO ALL THE RIGHT THINGS ON ANDOFF,videoid:1912880195541591,videolength:129497.00000000001,videoprovider:mpx,alleypackscheduleunpublish:,feedremoteid:mpx1912880195541,feedthumbnailurl: data-livestreamfalse data-titleCarli Lloyd Makes Record Tying 4th USWNT Olympic Roster data-vidcid1:12:2857870 data-vidurlhttps://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/sports/tokyo-summer-olympics/carli-lloyd-makes-record-tying-4th-uswnt-olympic-roster/2857870/ data-isleadfalse data-catnames383:Sports,282048:News,383116:Tokyo Olympics data-tagnames3459:Carli Lloyd,107:New Jersey,8974:Olympics,8:Rosemary Connors data-customdataContentPartner:None,Source:WEBFM,SyndicationAllowed:true,mSNVideoCategories:MSN Video v4 Connector-most watched news,mSNVideoContentSupplierID:NBCLocal,mSNVideoCountry:us,subtitle:nosubtitle,uploadedByTeam:1,youtubeChannel:None data-autoplayfalse data-cplaytrueWhen the United States womens national soccer squad plays at the postponed 2020 Tokyo Olympics, the team will include a familiar set of names.The 18-player roster was announced on Wednesday, and includes 17 athletes who were part of the 2019 squad that won the FIFA Womens World Cup. When Team USA competes in Tokyo, they will hope to become the first team in history to earn an Olympic gold medal right after winning the World Cup.Carli Lloyd and Tobin Heath will make their fourth appearance at the Olympics, tying Christie Pearce Rampone for the most in USWNT history. Lloyd, set to turn 39 years old right before the Tokyo Games, will also make history as the United States oldest womens soccer Olympian ever.Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe, Becky Sauerbrunn and Kelley OHara are headed to their third Olympics, while Crystal Dunn, Lindsey Horan, Julie Ertz, Christen Press and Alyssa Naeher will become two-time Olympians.First-time Olympians will include Abby Dahlkemper, Tierna Davidson, Emily Sonnett, Samantha Mewis, Kristie Mewis, Rose Lavelle and Adrianna Franch.Its been a long process to get to this point, longer than anyone thought it would be, but we collected a lot of information on the players over the past year and half in trainings, in their club matches and in international games and were confident that weve selected the team with the best chance for success in Japan,head coach Vlatko Andonovski said. 6:14 RIGHT NOW. through June 30th. Join today. 6:14 RIGHT NOW. TIME FOR OUR DRIVE FOR GOLD. NO ATHLETE EPITOMIZES THE DRIVE FOR GOLD THAN CARLI LLOYD. FOR GOLD THAN CARLI LLOYD. WHAT IS IT THAT DRIVES HER AMY GIVES US AN INSIDE LOOK. AMY GIVES US AN INSIDE LOOK. DRIVE FOR GOLD, NEXT STOP TOKYO, SPONSORED BY YOUR TOKYO, SPONSORED BY YOUR TRI-STATE TOYOTA DEALERS. Reporter: CARLI LLOYD HAS HAD ALL THE HONORS. ALL THE HONORS. SHEu2019S CREATED ALL THE THRILLS. SHEu2019S CREATED ALL THE THRILLS. LLOYD, STEPS UP Reporter: SHEu2019S DELIVERED ON THE BIGGEST STAGES. ALL WHILE BEING THE ULTIMATE AMBASSADOR FOR PHILLY ORTS. AMBASSADOR FOR PHILLY ORTS. FLY, EAGLES, FLY. Reporter: BUT EVEN NOW IN THE TWILIGHT OF HER CAREER, THE WORK CONTINUES. THEREu2019S THE HUNGER AND THE THEREu2019S THE HUNGER AND THE ADDICTION TO WANT TO BE BETTER EVERY SINGLE DAY. I WANT TO JUST DO EVERYTHING I CAN TO PURSUE GREATNESS. TO PURSUE PERFECTION. TO PURSUE PERFECTION. Reporter: CARLI SHARED THAT GOAL WITH THE NEXT GENERATION. THERE YOU GO. NEVER SAY YOU CANu2019T. NEVER SAY YOU CANu2019T. Reporter: THIS PAST MARCH, CAR CARLI LLOYD HELD HER ANNUAL SOCCER CAMP FOR YOUNG GIRLS. HER MESSAGE FOR THE FUTURE GENERATION IS ONE SHE LIVES HERSELF. NOTHING WILL BE HANDED TO YOU. WEu2019RE LIVING IN A GENERATION AND A WORLD RIGHT NOW WHERE PEOPLE JUST WANT HANDOUTS. THEY WANT SOMEONE TO GIVE THEM A TICKET TO THE TOP. THAT DOESNu2019T HAPPEN. THAT DOESNu2019T HAPPEN. Reporter: DESPITE THE FAME, THE SUCCESS, THE GLORY, CARLI REMAINS THE SAME GIRL WHO GREW UP PLAYING IN DELRAN, NEW JERSEY. Iu2019M NOT HERE BECAUSE I LOOK A Iu2019M NOT HERE BECAUSE I LOOK A CERTAIN WAY OR I ACT A CERTAIN WAY. Iu2019M 38 YEARS OLD. YOU KNOW, IF I WAS TOO OLD AND IF I WASNu2019T GOOD ENOUGH, I WOULDNu2019T BE HERE. BUT Iu2019M HERE BECAUSE I CONTINUE TO WORK HARD. TO WORK HARD. I CONTINUE TO FINDAYS TO GET BETTER. AND I CONTINUE TO OUTWORK EVERY SINGLE OTHER PERSON. Reporter: THAT APPROACH MADE HER ONE OF AMERICAu2019S BEST SOCCER PLAYERS EVER. BUT WILL SHE MAKE TEAM USA THIS TIME AROUND OLYMPIC ROSTERS ARE SMALLER, MEANING HER SPOT IS FAR FROM CERTAIN. ITu2019S INCREDIBL DIFFICULT. ITu2019S VERY HARD FOR A COACH. WE GO FROM 23TOR FOR A WORLD CUP ROSTER DOWN TO 16, DOWN TO 18. ITu2019S HARD. ITu2019S HARD. I DONu2019T KNOW I WOULD WANT TO BE OUR COACH. ITu2019S BEEN AN UNBELIEVABLE JOURNEY THUS FAR. GOT A LITTLE BIT LEFT TO GO. Iu2019M HOPEFUL TO COMPETE AND MAKE THE OLYMPIC TEAM. THE OLYMPIC TEAM. WILL DO EVERYTHING IN MY POWER TO BE THE BEST I POSSIBLY CAN BE TO BE THE BEST I POSSIBLY CAN BE AND BE THE BEST FOR THE TEAM AS WELL. TEAM USA IS PLAYING THREE TUNE-UP MATCHES BEFORE THE GAMES THIS MONTH. BY THE END OF THIS MONTH BY THE END OF THIS MONTH THEYu2019LL ANNOUNCE WHETHER CARLI WILL BE ON THE TEAM FOR ONE MORE GO AT THE GOLD. WE WISH HER ALL THE BEST. SHEu2019S A HOMETOWN GIRL. ARE YOU KIDDING ME ARE YOU KIDDING ME ITu2019S CRAZY THIS PICK THE TEAM SO LATE.,videoid:1904989251949596,videolength:206140,videoprovider:mpx,alleypackscheduleunpublish:,feedremoteid:mpx1904989251949,feedthumbnailurl: data-livestreamfalse data-titleSoccer Star Carli Lloyd Hopeful in Her Drive for Another Olympic Gold data-vidcid1:12:2837096 data-vidurlhttps://www.nbcphiladelphia.com/news/sports/tokyo-summer-olympics/soccer-star-carli-lloyd-hopeful-in-her-drive-for-another-olympic-gold/2837096/ data-isleadfalse data-catnames282048:News,383:Sports,383116:Tokyo Olympics data-tagnames21134:Amy Fadool,3459:Carli Lloyd,372216:drive for gold,5278:soccer,313981:Tokyo Olympics,320721:USWNT data-customdataContentPartner:None,Source:WEBFM,SyndicationAllowed:true,mSNVideoCategories:MSN Video v4 Connector-most watched news,mSNVideoContentSupplierID:NBCLocal,mSNVideoCountry:us,subtitle:nosubtitle,uploadedByTeam:1,youtubeChannel:None data-autoplayfalse data-cplaytrueThough Ertz and Heath are dealing with injuries, the pair should be ready for action at the Olympics. However, if the team needs to make any roster changes because of injuries, four players forward Lynn Williams, midfielder Catarina Macario, defender Casey Krueger and goalkeeper Jane Campbell will join the squad in Tokyo as alternates.Here is a look at Team USA, broken down by position:Goalkeepers 2: Adrianna Franch Portland Thorns FC, Alyssa Naeher Chicago Red StarsDefenders 6: Abby Dahlkemper Manchester City/ENG, Tierna Davidson Chicago Red Stars, Crystal Dunn Portland Thorns FC, Kelley OHara Washington Spirit, Becky Sauerbrunn Portland Thorns FC, Emily Sonnett Washington SpiritMidfielders 5: Julie Ertz Chicago Red Stars, Lindsey Horan Portland Thorns FC, Rose Lavelle OL Reign, Kristie Mewis Houston Dash, Samantha Mewis North Carolina CourageForwards 5: Tobin Heath Unattached, Carli Lloyd NJ/NY Gotham FC, Alex Morgan Orlando Pride, Christen Press Unattached, Megan Rapinoe OL ReignThe United States womens national soccer team will play two matches against Mexico on July 1 and 5 in East Hartford, Conn. before heading to Japan.

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