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Recap: Life after London 2012: A chat with members of the Canadian women's Olympic soccer team

Canada's women's soccer team poses for a team photo after being presented with their bronze medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in Coventry, England, Thursday August 9/2012.

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They won a bronze medal that ended up shining like gold. The Canadian women's Olympic soccer team captivated the country at the London Olympics with an epic semi-final performance against the U.S. and a dramatic win over France in the bronze medal match. What are they up to now?

Globe Sports reporter Jeff Blair caught up with Candace Chapman, Emily Zurrer and Melanie Booth to talk about a memorable experience in London and the team's plans as Canada prepares for the role of host team at the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.

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