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WWC: Deja vu for Mia Hamm

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U.S. veterans Abby Wambach, Christie Rampone go out as champions

ESPN FC's Alejandro Moreno recaps the United States' emphatic 5-2 win over Japan in the Women's World Cup final, led by a hat-trick from Carli Lloyd.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Amid the bedlam going on at BC Place, Christie Rampone was the last U.S. player to ascend the podium.

The U.S. women had just routed Japan 5-2 to claim its third Women's World Cup crown. Rampone's position as team captain meant she would be the first to hoist the trophy. As the last remaining link to the United States' Women's World Cup-winning team of 1999, it seemed fitting. Her teammates were even egging her on to be the one.

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Deja vu for Mia Hamm as the United States wins dramatic World Cup title

The ESPN FC crew respond to your tweets in regards to the United States' 5-2 win over Japan in the World Cup final, debate over Abby Wambach versus Mia Hamm and more.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- Mia Hamm drove to BC Place Stadium on Sunday morning and nearly everyone she saw was wearing a USA soccer jersey.

The scene was startlingly similar to the one she remembers from 16 years ago: the red, white and blue dominating the host city on the day of the World Cup final, the cascading patriotism on the streets near the stadium.

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'Big Game' Carli Lloyd delivers Women's World Cup to U.S.

ESPN FC's Kate Markgraf recaps the United States' 5-2 victory over Japan to win the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia -- For almost the entirety of this Women's World Cup, U.S. national team midfielder Carli Lloyd insisted she and her teammates would get better, that they would peak at the right time. Never mind the subpar outings in the group stage, ignore the seemingly defense-first approach. The U.S. would get it done, she insisted.

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