241 athletes have played soccer for the USWNT. Joanna Lohman’s new book shares some of their life lessons

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Joanna Lohman and co-author Paul Tukey are using the women and stories from the US Women’s National Team to elevate lessons of grit, authenticity and winning. | Photo by Leslie Plaza Johnson/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

‘Raising Tomorrow’s Champions’ elevates the life lessons from some of history’s greatest soccer players.

Joanna Lohman has been a member of the U.S. Women’s National Team. She’s been a professional soccer player. She’s pushed for equal access to sports and been a source of inspiration herself as an out, very visible gay woman.

Now she’s added “author” to her list of accomplishments with her new book, ‘Raising Tomorrow’s Champions.’ You can order the book here.

She joins the Five Rings To Rule Them All podcast this week to talk about the book and some of the stories in it. Prominently featured are stories and insights from Abby Wambach, Mia Hamm and coach Anson Dorrance.

The book uses the stories and lessons from people in and around the USWNT to give people insights into paths to both inclusion and success.

She also shares how she ended up writing the book with soccer dad and author Paul Tukey, and what she learned from him throughout the process.

You can listen to the conversation with soccer player and author Joanna Lohman on the Five Rings To Rule Them All podcast on Megaphone, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple podcasts and many more platforms. Just search for Outsports wherever you get your podcast.

And be sure to follow Five Rings To Rule Them All on Twitter.

You can follow Joanna on Instagram and on Twitter.

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