Why Crystal Dunn believes motherhood made her a better athlete

Becoming a mother has brought a new perspective to ’s game. The U.S. Women’s National Team defender is heading to her second World Cup. But since Dunn gave birth to her son last May, she is seeing the game with fresh eyes. “I feel like I’m a better athlete now, being a mom, because I have learned to really appreciate every little moment." (Just Women's Sports)


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Why Crystal Dunn believes motherhood made her a better athlete

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