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  1. Cynthia O'H says

    Thanks for this. My youngest soccer player just climbed up to watch it and loved it too.
    As a teacher, I couldn't help but think about the power an ad like this has on our youth. Many kids who struggle academically stay in school because they can play soccer, basketball, run track – anything physical, depending on the school. They have dreams and follow the standards set by many of the players we saw here. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Kenley says

    You're wrong, that was a whole LOT of running. When I did soccer in highschool, the team ran more than the track and field guys. It's more than running, running with a purpose. Take care.