Team Canada and Christine Sinclair came into the Women's World Cup with high expectations. Things have not gone as planned.
Team Canada's Christine Sinclair can taste the start of the World Cup ... or is that a cup of Starbucks instead?
Christine Sinclair and Team Canada spend their last days training in Rome. Next stop: Berlin and the Women's World Cup.
It's her final trip across the Atlantic to rejoin Team Canada, which means one thing: the World Cup is drawing very close.
Team Canada's Christine Sinclair demonstrates her superstitious pregame rituals.
Team Canada captain Christine Sinclair understands soccer is a game of minute differences, and she's always looking for a way to work the smallest seams to score.
Team Canada's Christine Sinclair mans the camera as she and her teammates attempt the roads of Rome.
Christine Sinclair has rejoined Team Canada's training camp in Rome and she's thrilled to be with her coaches and teammates again. She shares the fun they're having, on and off the field, in the Eternal City.
Tour the "hotspots" of Montreal with Canadien women's soccer captain Christine Sinclair.
With the World Cup approaching, Canada's team captain aims for the same level of intensity in training and on game day.
It was a special day for Christine Sinclair and her Flash teammates, as the expansion team played its first home game. To cap it off, Sinclair played a big role in the 3-0 win.
The WPS star and Team Canada captain loves talking to her fans, especially kids. In the latest installment of her blog, she discusses their most common questions and her answers.
Canadian captain Christine Sinclair, in the latest edition of her blog, explains why the soccer squad is dramatically improving.
Canadian captain Christine Sinclair is hoping that she can lead the team by example at the World Cup and remain calm in front of 70,000 partisan fans in Germany.
In the latest installment of Christine Sinclair's World Cup blog, she reveals her desire to be in two places as one time. But for now, she's happily in Buffalo.
Canadian women's soccer captain Christine Sinclair gives the public a peek into the home life of professional players.