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Pictures of Natasha Kai and Team USA During Day 4 of the Olympics

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Click on any of the photos to see the full gallery of pics from Day 4: Alexandra Riley of New Zealand and Lori Chalupny of the USA compete for the ball during Women's Group G match between USA and New Zealand on Day 4. (Photo by Koji Watanabe/Getty Images AsiaPac) Angela Hucles of the USA is challenged by Katie Hoyle (L) and Alexandra Riley of New Zealand.. (Photo by Koji Watanabe/Getty Images AsiaPac) Goalkeeper Jenny Bindon of New Zealand tries to...Read Full Story

Natasha Kai #6 Takes Torero Stadium By Storm

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Natasha Kai #6 of the United States is congratulated by teammate Carli Lloyd #11 after Kai's goal in the final minutes against Brazil during the International Friendly Match between Brazil and the United States at the Torero Stadium July 16, 2008 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Donald Miralle/Getty Images North America)More pictures from the Brazil match-up can be found hereRead Full Story

Exclusive Natasha Kai Interview

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The Beijing Olympics are just around the corner and all eyes are on the US Women’s National Soccer Team. We had the chance to catch up with U.S. starting forward Natasha Kai of Hawai'i. Here's what she had to say: Zimbio: Everyone always asks you about your tattoos. What would you rather people ask you about? Natasha: It’d be cool if people asked me what I like to do in my free time! You get a lot of it on the U.S. National Team. Zimbio: Tell me about training for the US National Team. What’s...Read Full Story

Natasha Kai in the Queen Peace Cup finals

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Click on the picture to see a full gallery of pictures from the finals match up.Natasha Kai of USA and Randee Hermus of Canada vie for the ball during the 2008 Queen Peace Cup final match between the United States of America and Canada at the Suwon World Cup Stadium on June 21, 2008 in Suwon, South Korea. USA won 1:0. (Photo by Chung Sung-Jun/Getty Images AsiaPac)Read Full Story

US Olympic Soccer Team Chosen

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The Beijing summer Olympics are only a few months away, and the women's U.S. soccer team has just solidified its roster. 18 players have been chosen to represent the U.S. on the soccer field, some of the choices may surprise you.Goalkeeper Hope Solo, who was kicked off the team nine months ago at the World Cup, will compete for America, which leaves Briana Scurry out of luck. Scurry took over for Solo after the World Cup semifinal loss to Brazil, but coach Pia Sundhage felt Solo was the more...Read Full Story