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Women’s World Cup: Crystal Dunn turned adversity into success for U.S.


Crystal Dunn watched the last Women’s World Cup on television. Sometimes through tears. The last player cut from the U.S. team, she was crushed not to be in Canada. But from the depths of that disappointment, Dunn has emerged with renewed commitment, a new position and a husband, not necessarily in order. “I don’t regret anything,” Dunn said. (Los Angeles Times)

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