Hope Solo listed on Newsweek’s Women In the World: 125 Women Of Impact 

Hope Solo: Olympic Icon
One of the top goalkeepers in the world, Hope Solo led the U.S. women’s soccer team to gold in the 2012 London Olympics. After a difficult childhood, a strained relationship with her father, and a nearly career-ending injury in 2011, Solo survived—and proves an athlete doesn’t have to be perfect to be inspirational.
the last word, I approve, Newsweek!
Also, I noticed Hope and Danica Patrick are the only two athletes on the list. great job, girls^^

Hope Solo listed on Newsweek’s Women In the World: 125 Women Of Impact 

Hope Solo: Olympic Icon

One of the top goalkeepers in the world, Hope Solo led the U.S. women’s soccer team to gold in the 2012 London Olympics. After a difficult childhood, a strained relationship with her father, and a nearly career-ending injury in 2011, Solo survived—and proves an athlete doesn’t have to be perfect to be inspirational.


the last word, I approve, Newsweek!

Also, I noticed Hope and Danica Patrick are the only two athletes on the list. great job, girls^^

cranscape:

I love this photo. It went along with an article where you find out she was basically exhausted, running on mimosas, and broke some lighting on accident. 

(Source: its-our-religion)

Hope Solo on the cover of NEWSWEEK!

and yes, she’s the rebel, the survivor and the champion. She’s flying Solo. love the description:)