Women’s World Football Show, Episode 145 features an exclusive interview with Canadian Women’s National Team and North Carolina Courage Goalkeeper Stephanie Labbé. Plus, Canadian sports journalist and broadcaster Sandra Prusina.
Alberta native Stephanie Labbé was an active kid who played hockey in a boys league and grew up to be a world class goalkeeper with the Canadian Women’s National Team. However, as we know, Steph Labbé is more than that. She is a talented writer, businesswoman, and mental health advocate who has opened the doors of conversation on some of the most important topics facing young people today.
As the newest member of the North Carolina Courage, Steph gives us an inside look at her journey back to the NWSL, what its like to be the ‘new kid on the block’ in North Carolina, Canada’s chances at the 2019 Women’s World Cup, and more. (7:35′)
Follow Steph on Twitter @stephlabbe1
Visit Steph’s website at StephLabbe.com
Check out the Project Athlete website
Project Athlete on: Twitter @gearbyproject & on Instagram @gearbyproject
Read Steph’s article on her time with the Calgary Foothills men’s team in the Players Tribune.
Canadian sports journalist, news anchor and broadcaster Sandra Prusina stops by to share her thoughts on the importance of Stephanie Labbé to women’s soccer and sports in general. Plus, a look at Canada’s journey to the 2019 Women’s World Cup, the incoming youngsters, and the final chapter on the veteran players. And in a special discussion, Sandra explains the recent demise of the Canadian Women’s’ Hockey League. Not soccer, but still very relevant to our lives as fans and supporters of women’s sports.
Follow Sandra on Twitter @sprusina
Keep up with Sandra’s articles at SportsNet.ca
Original Broadcast Date: May 5, 2019
Women’s World Football Show is hosted, written, edited, sound designed & executive produced by Patty La Bella. Additional assistance for this episode by Sandra Prusina and Morgan Brown at NC Courage.
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