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About Brittany Alvarado

Brittany Alvarado is a lifelong sports junkie, who is especially passionate about women's soccer, and traveling the world with a camera in hand to empower athletes; capturing the stories that make them who they are. Originally from New Jersey, she now lives in Orlando where she is the Content Manager for the Orlando City Soccer Club and the Orlando Pride. A graduate of York College in Pennsylvania, Brittany lives to inspire people whether through her lens or as a cancer survivor herself.

VIDEO: From Triathlons to Basketball, Double-Arm Amputee Hector Picard Does it All

February 2, 20160

  By Brittany Alvarado Hector Picard shoots hoops and has done over 120 triathlons including an Ironman. He also happens to be a double-arm amputee. Check out our exclusive with
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A Family’s Passion: SARTONK Crafts Boxing Title Belts

December 30, 20150

By Brittany Alvarado For over 40 years, one family has been crafting the title belts you see boxers proudly hoist into the air after nearly every championship match. Edward Majian,
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Beyond The Net With USWNT and Orlando Pride Goalie Ashlyn Harris

December 22, 20152

By Brittany Alvarado We had the privilege of capturing USWNT and Orlando Pride goalie Ashlyn Harris in her hometown of Satellite Beach, Florida. Harris wanted fans to feel a part
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Through Basketball, Harlem’s EBC Rucker Park Opens Eyes To A Brighter Future

November 4, 20150

By Brittany Alvarado Harlem’s EBC Rucker Park is stuff of legends. Everyone from Kobe to Dr. J to Kareem has played basketball on this historic court. Located off of 155th
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USWNT’s Heather O’Reilly Dishes On Her Recipe For Being a Successful Female Athlete

October 1, 20150

We caught up with USWNT and FC Kansas City star Heather O’Reilly at her old high school in New Jersey to find out what advice she passes on to young
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USWNT Exclusive: The Unbreakable Bond of Morgan Brian and Lauren Holiday

September 9, 20150

By Brittany Alvarado The first day on a new job can be plenty intimidating. It comes with uncertainties, new tasks, and new faces. U.S. Women’s National Team midfielder Morgan Brian
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Exclusive: Shortly After World Cup Win, Meghan Klingenberg Put On Soccer Camp For Young Girls

July 29, 20150

Less than two weeks after the U.S. won the World Cup, we caught up with starting defender Meghan Klingenberg, who took time out of her busy schedule to put on
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Ella Masar of the Houston Dash Speaks on Life, Loss, and Love

July 22, 20150

Ella Masar of the Houston Dash is as transparent as any player in the National Women’s Soccer League. She graciously opened up to us about growing up with a mother
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World Cup 2015 Fan Reaction: Why Watching The U.S. Women’s National Team Is So Inspiring

July 8, 20150

About 25.4 million people watched the USA thump Japan 5-2 in the World Cup final, making it the most-viewed soccer game in U.S. history (men’s or women’s). We caught up
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Powerful Vision: Houston Dash’s Kealia Ohai On Playing Soccer With One Eye

July 1, 20150

We caught up with Houston Dash forward Kealia Ohai to get the scoop on what it’s like to play soccer in the National Women’s Soccer League with one functioning eye.
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VIDEO: Colts’ Andrew Luck, Wayland’s Warriors Team To Make Dent In DIPG

May 12, 20150

We traveled to Indianapolis to capture the great efforts of Wayland’s Warriors and Indianapolis Colts’ QB Andrew Luck as they raised money for DIPG research by hosting a football camp.
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Heart Not Height, Defines USWNT’s Meghan Klingenberg

March 3, 20150

To be doubted is perhaps one of the biggest motivators for any athlete. But, for Meghan Klingenberg, it’s been her fuel since day one. The 5’2″ U.S. Women’s National team and
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Special Olympics Athletes Got Chance At X Games Medals Through Unified Snowboarding

February 13, 20150

The 2015 Winter X Games in Aspen was full of thrilling events. However, perhaps none provided as much joy as the Special Olympics Unified Snowboarding competition. We were on hand
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Going Inside The 2015 NWSL Draft

January 18, 20150

What’s it like to officially turn into a professional athlete? We attended the National Women’s Soccer League draft in Philadelphia on Friday to show you the emotions that ran behind
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U.S. Women’s Soccer Star Ali Krieger, the Warrior

July 30, 20140

U.S. Women’s National Team and Washington Spirit defender Ali Krieger was dubbed a fighter ever since the day she was born. The name she proudly wears on her back translates to
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