Tag: U.S.

Loss to Brazil illustrates U.S.’s need to be more courageous, more inventive

U.S. midfielder Wil Trapp managed to distill down to one word what was lacking from the Americans’ performance in a 2-0 defeat to Brazil: courage. What that particular term means is often in the eye of the beholder, but Trapp was more than willing to break the word down into

U.S. players finding Australia’s W-League a valuable stop

Any number of motivational memes and messages tell you that there are no shortcuts to success. They nevertheless rarely specify anything about the 15-hour flights. Before she became a fixture in the back line for the United States women’s national team in recent months, a presumptive starter in next summer’s

Despite draw, Lindsey Horan and U.S. women hit high notes against Australia

For anyone without a rooting interest in one of the participants, there is only one takeaway from Sunday’s 1-1 draw between the United States and Australia. If this was a preview of a World Cup meeting to come, perhaps even a final in Lyon, then let’s fast- forward 11 months

Stryker’s Blood Flow Diverting Stent for Large and Giant Brain Aneurysms Approved in U.S.

Stryker won FDA pre-market approval for its Surpass Streamline Flow Diverter, a device indicated for treatment of large and even giant unruptured intracranial aneurysms. This is only the second flow diverting stent to be approved in the U.S., the first being from Medtronic. “Surpass Streamline is the first flow diverter indicated for large

Juan Carlos Osorio has to choose: Mexico, U.S. or Europe?

The debate has already begun in Mexico over whether Juan Carlos Osorio should continue as Mexico manager after the team fell out of the tournament at the round of 16 stage for the seventh consecutive time. The victory against Germany in El Tri‘s first group game was rightly heralded as Mexico’s best win ever at

China is languishing in bear market territory amid ‘worrisome’ trade news

Mainland China markets are languishing in bear market territory as investor concerns over an ongoing trade dispute between Washington and Beijing and a slowing economy weigh on sentiment. The benchmark Shanghai composite closed officially in bear market — referring to a decline of at least 20 percent from recent highs