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USWNT's Rapinoe won't compete in NWSL tournament

Julie Foudy says the NWSL Challenge Cup will have USWNT members, but how many remains uncertain.
Julie Foudy explains why some USWNT players are hesitant to participate in a proposed NWSL summer tournament.
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Megan Rapinoe will not participate in the upcoming NWSL Challenge Cup, according to OL Reign coach Farid Benstiti.

Benstiti told the French publication Le Progres that Rapinoe will not be part of the Reign roster for the tournament.

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Her absence leaves the NWSL without one of its biggest stars as it attempts to become the first team sports league in the United States to resume games.


Lyon ownership group to buy Rapinoe's NWSL team Reign FC for $3.51 million

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Reign FC and Lyon parent company OL Groupe announced Thursday that the two sides have agreed to terms on the purchase of the National Women's Soccer League club.

OL Groupe will pay $3.51 million for the American club's assets, pending approval of the NWSL board of directors. The French company announced its intention to negotiate a deal last month. It becomes the first international majority ownership group in a league that began play in 2013.

In addition to the OL Groupe's 89.5% majority stake,...

U.S. star Megan Rapinoe named Sports Illustrated Sportsperson of the Year

U.S. national team star Megan Rapinoe has been named Sportsperson of the Year by Sports Illustrated.

Rapinoe, FIFA Player of the Year and a two-time World Cup winner, including this year's tournament in France, was selected for dominating "the world's game, on the world's stage, under attack by a world leader."

The magazine says Rapinoe is just the fourth woman in the award's 66-year history to win the honor unaccompanied, calling it "a remarkable athletic achievement and a reflection of entrenched...