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  1. Christie Pearce (formerly Rampone) is a retired American professional soccer player. A former captain of the United States Women’s National Soccer Team (USWNT), Pearce is a three-time Olympic gold medalist, an Olympic silver medalist, and a two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup champion, in addition to numerous other professional and amateur team ...

  2. Formerly known as Christie Rampone, Christie Pearce was regarded as one of the best defenders in women’s soccer. She has been leading the United States Women’s National Team for almost two decades. Pearce has won three Olympic gold medals and two FIFA Women’s World Cup titles.

  3. Jan 15, 2010 · Christie Pearce Rampone @christierampone 3X Olympic Gold Medalist - 2X World Cup Champion "Be All In" available Aug 18th!! Pre-order Now Contact: Manasquan, NJ Joined January 2010 412 Following 294.1K Followers Tweets & replies Media Christie Pearce Rampone @christierampone · Sep 8, 2021

  4. Aug 17, 2020 · Christie Pearce Rampone, two-time FIFA World Cup champion and three-time Olympic Gold Medalist, teamed up with famed sports neuropsychologist Dr. Kristine Keane to co-author a new book, BE ALL...

  5. Oct 7, 2022 · Racing Louisville FC and its first coach, Christy Holly, were at the center of investigations into abuse across the National Women's Soccer League. Holly is accused of sexually assaulting former...

  6. Aug 24, 2017 · Christie Pearce was not at Yurcak Field on Saturday night, and sources have indicated to The Equalizer that she has distanced herself from the team in the wake of Christy Holly’s resignation last Wednesday. Meanwhile, multiple sources have confirmed that both Holly and Pearce had lost the respect of Sky Blue players and coaches.

  7. Christie Patricia Pearce (formerly Rampone; born June 24, 1975) is an American professional soccer defender. She is the former captain of the United States women's national soccer team. Pearce is a 3-time Olympic gold medalist, and also a 2-time FIFA Women's World Cup champion. 1920

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