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Sunny Day in Glasgow

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Being from San Diego, Rachel Buehler loves her sunhttp://sitelife.ussoccer.com/ver1.0/Content/images/store/5/2/f5ede61e-0829-4f43-8224-b01f826c71ae.Full.jpg
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The USA's second training in Scotland was conducted under some bright sunshine (well, for part of the training) and the warm weather put folks in a nice mood. Maybe that was part of the reason why the USA had a really high level training, or perhaps the team is just getting sharper as the first game of the Olympics approaches.

Either way, the 4 v. 4 games at the end of practice were physical, fast and the players were on the razor's edge. The USA will train on Friday and Saturday, have Sunday off, and then gear up for the first match with trainings on Monday and Tuesday. It's getting closer, folks.




A deft chip from Carli Lloyd eludes the charging Nicole Barnhart




Pia sets up a drill
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