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Megan Rapinoe

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Soccer midfielder who have joined the U.S. women’s team in 2006. She helped lead the group to gold on the 2012 Olympics and helped Abby Wambach’s historical equalizer goal on the 2011 FIFA Women’s Globe Glass. She also helped the U.S. women’s group win gold on the 2015 Globe Cup. She didn’t play senior high school soccer, choosing to try out for an area club group rather. She was involved with what became probably the most costly trade in WPS background, once the Philadelphia Self-reliance sent her towards the magicJack in 2011, with $100,000 in money considerations likely to Philadelphia. She arrived as gay in Out Mag, and was once within a romantic relationship . She and goalkeeper Wish Single became teammates in the U.S. women’s team in 2006.

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Full Name Megan Rapinoe
Date Of Birth July 5, 1985
Place Of Birth Redding, CA
Height 1.68 m
Weight 60 kg
Profession Soccer Player
Education University of Portland
Nationality American
Parents Denise Rapinoe, Jim Rapinoe
Siblings Rachael Rapinoe, Brian Rapinoe
Star Sign Cancer

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Self

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
Sports Humanitarian Awards2015TV MovieHerself - presenter
Mike & Mike2015TV SeriesHerself - U.S. Women's National Soccer Team
2015 FIFA Women's World Cup2015TV SeriesHerself - United States
London 2012 Olympics2012TV Mini-SeriesHerself - USA
The Daily Show2011TV SeriesHerself
2011 FIFA Women's World Cup2011TV SeriesHerself

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TitleYearStatusCharacter
2015 FIFA Women's World Cup2015TV SeriesHerself - United States

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