U.S. Soccer Heads Into Thin Air

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U.S. Soccer Heads Into Thin Air

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The latest World Cup puzzle for the U.S. men’s soccer team doesn’t involve tactics or its aging core players: The squad must first figure out how to beat Trinidad and Tobago in Denver on Thursday, then three days later endure the even thinner air in Mexico City’s Azteca Stadium, which sits at 7,300 feet above sea level.

Ahead of those crucial World Cup qualifiers, the U.S. team took the risky step of sending the players to train at elevation only 10 days before the first game and 13 days before the matchup against…

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