The U.S. women's soccer team is marching hard toward the Summer Olympics, with gold medals in London the only thing that will erase the bitter defeat from last summer's World Cup Final.
The team locked up a 2-1 win against Canada on Saturday in the final tune-up before the Summer Games, and Hope Solo — the hero for U.S. women's soccer throughout the incredible Cup run — was at the center of the action again.
While Amy Rodriguez provided the go-ahead goal and Megan Rapinoe was the playmaker from midfield all day, it was Solo's daring save that kept the victory alive. The United States is now unbeaten in its last 26 games against its northern neighbors.
Check out Solo's great save below, and see how ready you think the team is to take gold in the next couple of months.