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It's safe to say that soccer player Julie Johnston is having an amazing year. After triumphing against Japan in the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup with the women's national soccer team, the 24-year-old star defender is looking to win her first gold medal (and get Team USA their fifth) at the upcoming summer Olympics Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. 1. Her Soccer Obsession Began at Age 4 Johnston admits her original motivation behind wanting to play soccer was to follow in the cleat-trodden footsteps of her sister, and she fell in love with the sport at the young age of 4.