The 1999 U.S. women's national team: Instant icons, lasting legends

Mia Hamm: "What I think is unique is that we had certain standards that were unwavering. You had to be tough. You had to be fit. You had to be committed to working hard. But we celebrated everyone being who they were. And you didn't have to fit in a certain mold as a player as long as you bought into our core principles as a team." (

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