She's been fighting her whole life, so maybe it shouldn't come as a surprise that Hope Solo finds herself in the midst of a second domestic violence incident. The details of her arrest -- and her life, really -- aren't quite that simple, though.
The domestic violence case against U.S. women's soccer goalkeeper Hope Solo has been pushed back from Nov. 17 to January following a motions hearing Tuesday.
If convicted, Hope Solo is probably out as the U.S. goalie. And rightly so. But why are female athletes judged so much more harshly than their male counterparts?
Abby Wambach, Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe, as well as other U.S. women's soccer stars, need to exercise patience and sacrifice to help the new women's professional soccer league succeed.
Hope Solo's first appearance with the U.S. national team since she married Jerramy Stevens a day after his arrest provided plenty of reaction, from fans and the goalkeeper herself.
What is it like for a mere mortal to go through a Body Issue-like shoot? Jim Caple bared all to find out, and it was, well, not always pretty.