Lloyd's Goal Is Golden

I started the morning in the pouring rain with the women's beach volleyball gold medal match. The U.S. won quickly, thank goodness. I really didn't care who won as long as it happened fast so we could get out of the downpour. It was truly miserable.

I went back to the office, did expense accounts and burned CDs to clean my computer off. Fun stuff. I ended the night with U.S. women's soccer beating Brazil in overtime. Thank goodness the rain stopped just before the match. Off to yet another bus...



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The U.S women's soccer team erupts following their overtime victory over Brazil. Carli Lloyd (11) hit the game winner during the first overtime.



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American soccer fans cheer their team as they battle Brazil to win gold in overtime.



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U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo makes a big save in heavy traffic against Brazil.

By washingtonpost.com Sports Editor  |  August 21, 2008; 9:07 PM ET
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