It was a heartbreaking moment for Canada, losing 4-3 to the U.S. in extra time, missing a chance to play in the Olympic gold-medal game. But there is no question it was one of the greatest Canadian Olympic performances ever, by three-goal Christine Sinclair.
Meet the Canadian squad playing at the 2015 Women’s World Cup
From Crofton, British Columbia to Coaticook, Quebec and nearly everywhere in between: get to know the 23 players suiting up for Canada this summer.
Canadian women's soccer team members Desiree Scott, Christine Sinclair, Sophie Schmidt and Melissa Tancredi wave after being presented with their Bronze medals at the Olympic Games in London on Aug. 9.
Canada 23-women Roster named for 2015 FIFA Women's world cup
Canada has declared 23-women squad for FIFA women's world cup 2015 beginning from 6 June. Christine Sinclair to lead Canadian women's at soccer world cup.
Canada score last-gasp penalty to win first game at women's World Cup
An injury time goal by Christine Sinclair from the penalty spot lifted Canada to nail-biting 1-0 win over China on Saturday to get the Women's World Cup off to an electrifying start.
Canada at the Olympics: Day 2
Canada's Christine Sinclair (R) celebrates with her team mate Jonelle Filigno after scoring a goal against South Africa during their women's Group F football match at the London 2012 Olympic Games in the City of Coventry Stadium July 28, 2012
PHOTOS: How Olympians Celebrated Victories
Iconic Alabama football coach Bear Bryant was lauded for exhorting player to "act like they've been there before" when reaching the endzone. While this c...
Christine Sinclair will carry Canadian flag in London Games closing ceremony
Aug 12, 2012 - The Burnaby native scored six goals, including a hat trick against the Americans, while leading the women's soccer squad to the first Canadian Olympic medal in a team sport since 1936.