Since she scored a hat trick in the Women's World Cup final at the Women's World Cup last year, life has been a whirlwind for Carli Lloyd.

There was a victory tour with the U.S. national team. Then she was named FIFA Women's World Player of the Year. 

Now she'd rehabbing a minor knee injury before she heads off to Brazil for this summer's Olympic Games. 

After that, she's set to marry her long-time boyfriend. 

If she wasn't busy enough, she has one m ore accomplishment on the horizon: Her book: "When Nobody Was Watching" comes out Sept. 28. It chronicles how her mentor and coach, James Galanis, encouraged her when she wanted to quit the game.  


Training when no one is watching. Open touches, no bounce. #bluebarn #roadtorio

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