Kevin Fixler
    Sport Matters

24 October 2014

Can this 16-year-old help U.S. Soccer to new heights?

For once, the Americans might beat the Brits at their own sport. And it’s because a young English boy is hopping across the pond to play the beautiful game, soccer (we say with emphasis), internationally.

Coach of Team USA Jürgen Klinsmann must be counting his lucky stars at the coup. A British-born 16-year-old named Cameron Carter-Vickers is rapidly rising through the ranks of the American youth system and just became one of the youngest players ever selected for the U.S.’s under-23 team: He’s four years younger than most of his teammates. And now, Carter-Vickers is a prime candidate for the 2016 Olympic Games, where the U.S. will hope to field a team of up-and-comers.


30 June 2014

The One That Got Away?

COMMERCE CITY, Colo. — It’s been quite a trip for Steven Beitashour, and more than just the lengthy one he took that included a couple international layovers before finding his way to the northern Denver suburb this past Saturday.

“I’m like, ‘What time zone are we in right now?’ I’m all over the place,” said the 27-year-old, conceding some jet lag after a MLS match between his Vancouver Whitecaps and Western Conference foe the Colorado Rapids. “It was a long flight.”


29 June 2011

The High Five

Agent Zero takes on a new mission, but is the U.S. women’s World Cup soccer team? It’s your High Five!


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