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Women make fashion statement
by Paul Kennedy, February 25th, 2009 7AM

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[WPS] Women's Professional Soccer took one more step toward its launch with the unveiling of the Puma uniforms worn by players from the league's seven teams at a high-profile fashion presentation Tuesday in New York.

Two players from each of the league's seven teams graced the runway in their respective home and away uniforms: Amy Rodriguez and Angela Hucles for the Boston Breakers, Carli Lloyd and Nikki Krzysik for the Chicago Red Stars, Leslie Osborne and Christina DiMartino for FC Gold Pride, Marta and Johanna Frisk for the Los Angeles Sol, Hope Solo and Lori Chalupny for the Saint Louis Athletica, Heather O'Reilly and Christie Rampone for the Sky Blue FC and Allie Long and Sarah Huffman for the Washington Freedom.

WPS will hold its inaugural match on March 29 when the Los Angeles Sol hosts the Washington Freedom.

Training camps open Monday.

 



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