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Sinclair Looks Forward to Leading Canada in 2020 Olympics

Sinclair Looks Forward to Leading Canada in 2020 Olympics

The pain from the disappointment of the World Cup of Canada has been replaced by the charm of Christine Sinclair. She has said that time has healed the pain of the disheartening loss of Canada in the quarter-final of World Cup 1-0 on the 24th of June in Paris. The focus of the veteran team captain is to lead the team into the Tokyo Games of 2020 and to win the 3rd successive Olympic Medal.

Canada had secured the bronze medals in the previous two summer games which took place in London 2012 and Rio 2016. Sinclair has stated that she is going to think about her soccer future after the Tokyo Olympics.

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Canada is to be Led by Sinclair in Her Fifth World Cup

Canada is to be Led by Sinclair in Her Fifth World Cup

Canada’s women’s football team will be led by Christine Sinclair in the fifth women’s World Cup to be held in France. This will also give her the opportunity to claim the all-time scoring record in her career on the sport’s biggest stage. Christine Sinclair only requires four more goals to break the record of retired U.S. forward Abby Wambach.

Christine Sinclair has been a prominent football player of the Canadian women’s football team for over twenty years now. Her expertise in the game has helped the Canadian team win one after the other bronze medals for their spectacular performance in the Olympics held in 2016 and 2012. She was also the reason behind the Canadian team securing fourth place in the World Cup which was held in the year 2003.

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