Q&A With Mia Hamm: Current State Of Women’s Soccer, USWNT Mount Rushmore, Partnership With GoGo squeeZ

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By Chris Rosvoglou Mia Hamm might never say it, but it’s hard to find a player who has had a greater impact on women’s soccer than herself. Hamm first made history in 1987. At 15 years old, she was the youngest player to ever suit up for the United States women’s national team. In 276 appearances, she had 158 international goals. Over the course of Hamm’s run with the USWNT, she was a two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist. Even though Hamm’s playing days are over, she continues to make an impact. Not only is she a co-owner of LAFC and Angel City, she is do…

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