The US Women’s Soccer Team Makes History Again

The US Women’s Soccer Team Makes History Again

On Friday| the US women’s soccer team became the first women’s team ever to be honored with a ticker-tape parade in NYC. The women u2014 who clinched the FIFA Women’s World Cup championship by beating Japan on Sunday u2014 floated up Broadway on a storied stretch named “Canyon of Heroes|”” the same route that has honored many famous athletes and others for decades. Relive their best moments with a look at what it was like on the parade route u2014 or as New York Mayor Bill de Blasio renamed it for the occasion| the “”Canyon of Heroines.””

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Before the parade| the women stopped by Good Morning America| where defender Kelley O’Hara snapped this pic.

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Syndey Leroux took a moment before the parade.

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Crowds gathered to see the historic parade in action.

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Mayor Bill de Blasio’s Vine gave us a firsthand account of what it’s like to celebrate with USWNT.

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Carli Llloyd u2014 named the best player of the Women’s World Cup u2013 and Megan Rapinoe celebrated with the mayor.

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Midfielder Heather O’Reilly was pretty happy to be on a float.

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“”Float 4 is where it’s at!!!!”” according to team member Lauren Holiday.

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“”I’m on a float.”” Enough said| Meghan Klingenberg.

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Julie Johnston was all smiles in the front!

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Fans waited for the ceremony at City Hall| where the women will be given the keys to the city.