Playing in Wembley Stadium in front of 83-some-thousand fans to win a gold medal was unreal. I think, male or female, that was a record number.
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Nothing in life is worthwhile unless it's kind of hard to get there.
Work hard at everything you do. Never give up. Never quit. Many people have talents but without the hard work you won't get anywhere.
Every time I step in between those lines, I'm in the zone. If you get between me and the ball, you might get smashed a couple times. Things happen, plays happen.
I'm a competitor. No matter what I'm doing, whether I'm golfing, whether I'm playing indoor soccer with my fiancé - he's not going to get by me. I'm going to try to do whatever I can to win.
I'm honest. If people aren't putting in the effort, I will definitely let them know because I think that that can only help them.
I think that I'm just on such a mission with my career that you don't really get to stop and think about your jersey number too often.
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