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2018 Ballon d'Or Ada Hegerberg talks to Christina Macfarlane about spending lockdown rehabbing her knee, equality for women's football and what anniversary plans she has... [Read More]
2018 Ballon d'Or Ada Hegerberg talks to Christina Macfarlane about spending lockdown rehabbing her knee, equality for women's football and what anniversary plans she has... [Read More]
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Rachael Rapinoe had just ended a same-sex relationship when Megan spilled the beans to their mother. It's all good now, though. [Read More]
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The NWSL will start a 25-game tournament next month in two Utah stadiums with no fans. It's not known if Megan Rapinoe or other top... [Read More]
ESPN has outspoken Trump critic and soccer star Megan Rapinoe, as the host of its 2020 ESPYs award. This, despite the network's recent... [Read More]
The star quarterback will share remote hosting duties with soccer star Megan Rapinoe and WNBA star Sue Bird. [Read More]
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The 2020 ESPN "ESPY Awards" show this summer is bound to be a politically charged event. How can it not be with Megan Rapinoe, Sue... [Read More]
It's a way different kind of year, and so The ESPYs will be, too. For the first time, the show will feature three hosts in... [Read More]
ESPN announces hosts for this year's ESPYS: Sue Bird, Megan Rapinoe and Russell Wilson cnnComments comments... [Read More]
ESPN announced the three hosts for this year's ESPYS. The NFL's Russell Wilson, women's national basketball champion Sue Bird, and women's soccer player Megan Rapinoe.... [Read More]
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, soccer star Megan Rapinoe and WNBA standout Sue Bird will host the 2020 ESPY Awards, the... [Read More]
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, three-time WNBA champion Sue Bird and soccer star Megan Rapinoe will co-host the first remote ESPYS on June 21. [Read More]
Instead of its usual July date during baseball's All-Star break, the show has been rescheduled and re-imagined as a result of the coronavirus pandemic. [Read More]
Russell Wilson, Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird are tackling joint remote hosting duties for the 2020 ESPYS. [Read More]
Russell Wilson, Megan Rapinoe and Sue Bird are tackling joint remote hosting duties for the 2020 ESPYS. [Read More]
ESPN announces hosts for this year's ESPYS: Sue Bird, Megan Rapinoe and Russell Wilson... [Read More]
Sue Bird, a Syosset native, will be among the hosts of this year's ESPYS on ESPN on June 21, joining U.S. National Women's Team soccer... [Read More]
The ESPYS are having three hosts for the first time ever, to go along with their first-ever remote ceremony. [Read More]
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, USWNT/OL Reign star Megan Rapinoe and Storm guard Sue Bird were announced Tuesday as hosts for next month's ESPYs, which are... [Read More]
It will be quite a departure from the red carpet strutting and 5,000 audience members at the show's longtime home in Los Angeles... [Read More]
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