Who is the Canadian women’s soccer captain?

What does Christine Sinclair do for a living?

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Christine Margaret Sinclair, is a Canadian professional soccer player who plays as a forward and captains both the Portland Thorns FC in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) and the Canadian national team.

Is Christine Sinclair going to retire?

Christine Sinclair will continue playing for Canada after first women’s Olympic soccer gold. … Canada’s 38-year-old captain and her teammates downed Sweden in an engrossing final that ended with an edge-of-your-seat penalty shootout Friday to win gold at the Tokyo Games.

How old is Alex Morgan?

The 32-year-old Morgan scored one goal in the Americans’ six games, and also converted a critical penalty kick in the shootout victory over The Netherlands in the quarterfinals. But her playing time was limited throughout the tournament.

How tall is Christine St Clair?

Christine Sinclair

Personal information
Full name Christine Margaret Sinclair
Date of birth June 12, 1983
Place of birth Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Height 175 cm (5 ft 9 in)

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Where is Christine Sinclair from?

That means its captain, longtime Portlander Christine Sinclair, who attended the University of Portland and has captained the Thorns since the team launched in 2013, finally has the Olympic hardware to match her well-established status as the world’s best.

How old is Christen Press?

National Women’s Soccer League Official Site | NWSL.

How old is Steph Labbe?

Stephanie Lynn Marie Labbé (born October 10, 1986) is a Canadian soccer player who plays as a goalkeeper for Division 1 Feminine club PSG and internationally for the Canada women’s national soccer team.