United States Women's Olympic Soccer Team: Analyzing USA's Group G Chances

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United States Women's Olympic Soccer Team: Analyzing USA's Group G Chances
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Hope Solo, Abby Wambach, Christie Rampone and the rest of the United States Women's National Team are headed to London for more gold, and now we know who stands in their way. 

The USWNT was drawn in Group G against France, Colombia and North Korea. Team USA beat each of these teams in the 2011 World Cup—Colombia and North Korea in the group stages and France in the semifinals. 

Team USA has won gold four of the five times women's soccer has been an Olympic sport, and that other time, in 2000, they got silver. 

Silver won't be good enough in London though, as the girls look to erase the memories from last summer's World Cup final loss to Japan on penalties. 

No one in Group G is just going to roll over for the FIFA No. 1 team in the world, but our girls shouldn't be sweating too much over their Olympic draw.

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