In the kNOW Blog

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my soccer journey

By Ramona Paul

At 7 years old, I took my first steps on what would become a long, sometimes lonely, road. Since then, soccer has taken me everywhere. To England to pursue my history and coaching badges, to the Netherlands to learn from coaching experts...

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I am the girl who never believed in herself. I am the girl who never believed she was enough. I am the girl who constantly questioned her place in this world. I sat, eating my rink fries after my game while he told me that girls hockey wasn't "real" hockey...

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The 2020 Olympics have shown that there is no single way to look as an athlete. What does that mean for the rest of us non-elite athletes?

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