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The USMNT will get $2.5 million for finishing in fourth place in the Copa America tournament.

The USWNT got $2 million for winning the World Cup

Meet Your USA Soccer Olympians

Hope Solo: ripped her whole arm open and learned to embrace her scar

Mallory Pugh: gave herself an atomic wedgie and broke her wrist trying to fly with a bike pulley system

Allie Long: the little white girl schooling boys

Becky Sauerbrunn: thought she was going to die courtesy of her scary tour guide who ended up just really loving bananas

Kelley O'Hara: almost got herself, Tobin, Alyssa, Kling, and Casey killed by bulls and had to climb around in a dangerous jungle until it was safe

Whitney Engen: got hit in the face with a softball but scored a badass grand slam

Meghan Klingenberg: is a lowkey criminal

Julie Johnston: blinded herself and went for glory only to be way off target

Lindsey Horan: made a great first impression in France by ruining her shoes and tripping French people and making them fall to ground

Carli Lloyd: big badass Jersey girl afraid of cockroaches

Ali Krieger: hoarded rocks in her jacket pockets and had a collection

Christen Press: soccer player? Nah. Flower picker and sideline performer? Hell yeah!

Alex Morgan: had a safe and slow scooter but wanted to go fast and dangerous and got herself and Servando shit whipped to the ground

Morgan Brian: afraid of lizards and still uses the same retainer a lizard was kept in and then later escaped from

Megan Rapinoe: boss ass bitch with her sister on the playground

Crystal Dunn: learned that short people can boss at soccer

Tobin Heath: mowed lawns and named tractor equipment and had a favorite tractor named Frank that she talked passionately about

Alyssa Naeher: claims becoming an aunt and a world cup champion on the same say is the best day ever and everything about her short story was so pure

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NIKE SOCCER: “90’ will never be the same without you.”

The USWNT say goodbye to Abby. EXCUSE ME WHILE I CRY.

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Today marks a year since these 23 women brought home the trophy and ended the drought.