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Goal-driven: Inside Kealia Ohai's head


Like most things in life, soccer is in large part about what goes on in the athlete's head. Can she motivate herself? Can she rebound from failure? Can she focus? Houston Dash Captain is blind in one eye, and as a kid, she was small for her age. But even so, her physical gifts showed up early. Around age 3, in her first game, she scored 18 goals. (Houston Chronicle)

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