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Jamaica's 'Reggae Girls' Are The Unlikeliest Team Of The Women's World Cup

NPR Saturday, 8 June 2019
The Jamaican women's national soccer team are the first from the Caribbean to ever make it to the Women's World Cup. Grit, luck and a little help from a reggae star helped them get there.
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