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What's next for the U.S. women's team after its World Cup win?

LYON, France – The games are over and the celebration has just begun for the newly crowned Women's World Cup champions. And while the hard work remains of consolidating what the U.S. won on its unbeaten run through the deepest field ever assembled for a women's soccer tournament, the players appear content to let that wait.

For now.

"This is really fun, where we're just partying and celebrating all of the last three years and everything that we put into this moment," defender Becky Sauerbrunn said. "This is when we kind of get to decompress a little bit and just enjoy

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