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U.S. win sets ratings record for WWC quarterfinal

The Americans' 2-1 victory over France set a record for the most-watched Women's World Cup quarterfinal match on U.S. English-language television.

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Fox drew 6.12 million viewers for Friday's match, and peaked at 8.24 million. The game was the most-watched English-language soccer telecast in the country since last year's men's World Cup final.

In addition, the match averaged 211,000 viewers online,...

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France's Women's World Cup run again ends in heartbreak

PARIS -- For a long time, they stayed on the pitch. They looked lost. Incredulous. The World Cup is over for the French players. And they can hardly believe it.

Around them, the Parc des Princes was emptying. Tears wouldn't stop dripping down Marion Torrent's cheeks. She was one of the first back in the dressing room and sat alongside her Montpellier teammate and best friend Sakina Karchaoui, who was crying as well despite not playing a single minute Friday night as France lost to the United States...

Why USWNT-France quarterfinal match really did feel like 'final before the final'

PARIS -- This city comes alive at night. Its pulse quickens as the museums empty out and the restaurants fill, the people crowding into bistros in the Latin Quarter or the Marais or up on the hill near Sacre Coeur. As evening falls, the 7th Arrondissement becomes the center as the Eiffel Tower begins to glow. It sparkles on the hour and -- on most nights -- shows the city's heartbeat.

Friday was different. On this evening, the light, the energy, the blood came from the southwestern part of...

Rapinoe double puts U.S. in World Cup semifinal

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The United States women are on to the semifinals of the World Cup after Megan Rapinoe scored twice in a 2-1 quarterfinal win over France in Paris on Friday night.

Jill Ellis, who picked up her 100th win as U.S. manager, started Sam Mewis ahead of Lindsey Horan, with Alex Morgan, Rapinoe and Tobin Heath up top, and Mewis, Rose Lavelle and Julie Ertz in the midfield.

Rapinoe got the U.S. off to a perfect start inside of five minutes with a free kick from the left edge of the penalty area that beat...

Megan Rapinoe scores twice to lead USWNT past France

PARIS -- Megan Rapinoe played a memorable role when a World Cup quarterfinal launched a new golden era for the United States women's national team eight years ago, serving up the pinpoint pass that Abby Wambach headed home in extra time against Brazil.

On Friday night, even as darkness finally fell over a boisterous Parc des Princes in another quarterfinal for the ages, Rapinoe made sure the sun hasn't set on that era quite yet.

Scoring two goals for the second consecutive game, the first player...