U.S. Womens' National Team World Cup Victory Parade In NYC (Part 2)The U.S. Womens' National Team celebrated their World Cup victory down New York City's Canyon of Heroes on July 10, 2019.
U.S. Womens' National Team World Cup Victory Parade In NYC (Part 1)The U.S. Womens' National Team celebrated their World Cup victory down New York City's Canyon of Heroes on July 10, 2019.
USWNT World Cup Win: It Takes A TeamRutgers University's assistant women's soccer coach Trish DiPaolo, who played with O'Hara and Tobin Heath, chats with CBSN New York's Alex Denis.
NYC Celebrates USWNTJessica Moore reports from City Hall where the U.S. Women's National Team will be given the keys to the city.
Rutgers Coach Reflects On USWNT's World Cup WinRutgers University's assistant women's soccer coach Trish DiPaolo, who played with O'Hara and Tobin Heath, chats with CBSN New York's Alex Denis.
What Makes Kelley O'Hara So GoodRutgers University's assistant women's soccer coach Trish DiPaolo, who played with O'Hara and Tobin Heath, chats with CBSN New York's Alex Denis.
USWNT World Cup Parade Approaches City HallJessica Moore reports from City Hall where the U.S. Women's National Team will be given the keys to the city.
USWNT Parade Rolls Through Canyon Of HeroesJenna DeAngelis hears from USWNT fans as they celebrate their World Cup win with a ticker tape parade up the Canyon of Heroes.
Female Athletes, Fans Inspired By USWNTJenna DeAngelis hears from female athletes and fans who share why they're so inspired by the U.S. Women's National Team.
USWNT Parade: Fans Stunned By StarsAlice Gainer hears from USWNT fans left stunned by the stars along the Canyon of Heroes.
Rockville Centre Fans Root For Crystal DunnUSWNT fans hailed from Long Island to cheer on Rockville Centre's own Crystal Dunn.
How Far U.S. Soccer Has ComeRutgers University's assistant women's soccer coach Trish DiPaolo, who played with Kelley O'Hara and Tobin Heath, chats with CBSN New York's Alex Denis about how far the U.S. Women's National Team has come.
8-Year-Old Fan Excited For USWNT ParadeCBS2's Cindy Hsu hears from one young fan who can't contain her excitement for the USWNT World Cup parade.
USWNT Parade: Young Fans Inspired By StarsCindy Hsu hears from USWNT fans along the parade route near Zuccotti Park.
USWNT Fans Line Canyon Of HeroesAlice Gainer hears from USWNT fans near the start of the parade route at Battery Park.
USWNT Parade: What Goes Into World Cup WinRutgers University's assistant women's soccer coach Trish DiPaolo, who played with Kelley O'Hara and Tobin Heath, chats with CBSN New York's Alex Denis about the hard work that went into the U.S. Women's national team win.
Saluting The Champions With Canyon Of Heroes ParadeThousands of people are expected to salute the World Cup-champion U.S. Women’s soccer team today with a parade up the Canyon of Heroes. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis hears from some fans.
Fans Excited For USWNT'S World Cup ParadeThousands of people are expected to salute the World Cup-champion U.S. Women’s soccer team today with a parade up the Canyon of Heroes. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis hears from some fans.
USWNT World Cup Parade: New York Readies To Celebrate U.S. Womens’ National TeamThe party continues for the women's World Cup champs in New York make the rounds as they gear up for Wednesday’s ticker tape parade. CBS2's Alice Gainer reports.
NYC Readies For World Cup Women's National Team Saluting The Champions ParadeCBSN New York's Alex Denis is joined by Jessica Lappin, president of the Alliance for Downtown New York, as the city gets ready for a "ticker-tape" parade down the Canyon of Heroes to celebrate the soccer champions of the World Cup U.S. Women's National Team.
Fans Pack World Cup Watch Parties In NYCRabid American soccer fans packed a viewing party in Dumbo section of Brooklyn on Sunday to watch the USA win its fourth World Cup title. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports
U.S. Women Win Cup No. 4The United States Women's National Soccer team earned its record fourth World Cup championship with a 2-0 win over The Netherlands on Sunday in France. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports
Big Names Coming To Brooklyn NetsThe NBA's hottest free agents - Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving - are coming to New York, but they won’t be playing at the Garden. CBSN New York's Jenna DeAngelis reports.
Nets Cash In Huge On First Day Of Free AgencyThe Nets stole the spotlight from the Knicks on the first day of NBA free agency, luring superstars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving to Brooklyn. CBS2's Steve Overmyer reports

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