In the first episode of this year’s Women’s World Cup, we spoke to some of the people who’ve been working with men who have been diagnosed with meningitis.
We’ve been listening to their stories and we’re excited to hear what they have to say about what they’ve experienced, what they’re hoping for, and how they can help.
Here’s a look at what’s happened, how we know it’s happening, and what you can do to help.
The men’s world tournament began on Tuesday, and there are two major groups of players to look forward to playing in the women’s World Championship, with Canada’s Alex Galchenyuk and the United States’ Jessie Fleming being the favorites.
Canada, the US and Germany are also making up a group with the tournament going to an elimination stage.
We spoke to the players who are involved in the men’s game, what their experiences have been like, and whether it will be the same as in women’s games.
The stories are varied, but here’s a quick recap: The men’s World cup is the first tournament of the new cycle and will feature two matches.
Canada has two players with menningitis and one with meniscus.
US captain Jordan Leopold and German teammate Sophie Schmidt both played in the 2014 World Cup.
France and Canada are the only countries without two women’s players, as well as a few players who’ve recently returned from injury.
Fleming and GalchenYuk and Galchanyuk are the stars of the show.
They were both named to the USA’s Olympic squad last summer, and they’re both coming off a great season for them.
But they also have a lot to prove this year.
Yuk had a breakout season with the USWNT last year, scoring eight goals and helping the US reach the quarterfinals of the World Cup and win the gold medal.
The 21-year-old is also one of only two players to play in every match of the tournament.
She has been a consistent performer this year, and she’s earned the confidence of her teammates.
GalchenyUK has been one of the best forwards in the US, leading the team with 24 goals in 2016.
He’s also one the best players in the world, as he led the US in scoring in 2016 with 13 goals.
Galchenya’s ability to get forward, and his knack for getting the ball up the field to his teammates has helped the team to a number of important victories.
Galbraith’s success in women�s basketball is a bit of a mystery.
She’s played in both the NCAA and NCAAA, but she only played for two seasons.
She had a solid season at the University of Connecticut, scoring 20 points in a NCAA Tournament game.
It’s not surprising to see her be the favorite for the tournament title.
In the women�fantasy draft, the USA is the favorite to win the tournament, but the odds of that happening are fairly slim.
The US is currently ranked No. 13, but that’s far from a lock.
The country has only had one World Cup in its history, and it has only won two of the previous three.
But, that doesn’t mean we shouldn’t be excited about this team, and this team is ready for a new challenge.
There are also a number players on the bubble who are also looking forward to making a name for themselves.
The United States has had a good season, winning all of its group games and the tournament in a way that was unprecedented for a team of its size.
But the Americans have to prove they can compete at the highest level.
There is a lot of competition in the tournament this year and it�s going to be a very hard one to win.
We also heard about some other players who may be looking to make an impact this year in the draft, but it’s impossible to tell until we actually see them play in the games.
The most notable of these is the United Kingdom�s Kirsten Dunst, who has been an incredible addition to the US team.
She led the team in goals with 16, was named the tournament�s MVP, and is a lock to be one of two women to make the tournament final.
She could also be the one to lead the USA to a silver medal.
There is also another player who could be a factor in the USA�s tournament success, but we’re not going to know for sure until we see the players play.
We got the full picture of what�s happening with men�s and women�mens soccer when we interviewed some of these players.
Some of the players we interviewed were either unavailable or have not been in contact with the women and men.
We wanted to get that complete picture of the teams, but because of the scheduling issues, we had to take some time off.
We will have the full recap of this tournament next week on RTE. You can