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Abby Wambach
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Soccer Player
    (June 2, 1980- )
    Born in Rochester, New York
    Birth name is Mary Abigail Wambach
    Attended the University of Florida
    Forward for the Washington Freedom (2002-2003, 2009- )
    Forward for the U.S. National Team (2003- )
    Olympic Gold Medalist (2004)
    She considered herself a 'goofball.'
    She is one of seven children.
    She and Julie Foudy campaigned to get John Kerry elected into the presidency, but John Kerry lost to George W. Bush in the 2004 Presidential Election.
    Despite being selected into the U.S. Olympic Soccer Team for the 2008 Summer Olympics, she injured her left leg which cost her a chance to play in the Olympics in Beijing, China.
    She played soccer and basketball in high school.
    She is the Florida Gators' all-time leader in scoring.
    She enjoys surfing, listening to music, mountain bike ridding and video games.
    During the U.S. Olympic Team's run for the Gold Medal in the Summer Olympics, she started 5 games and scored 4 goals with an assist (2004).
    She was influenced by Mia Hamm.
    When an international friendly game was hosted in her hometown against Canada, she scored her 100th goal of her career (July 19, 2009).

Credit: Neo NX2004

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