Timko Earns adidas Golden Shoe

Ottawa, Ontario – Canada’s Brittany Timko of Coquitlam, BC has earned the adidas Golden Shoe as top scorer at the 2004 FIFA Women’s Under-19 World Championship in Thailand with seven goals in four games despite Canada’s early departure from the tournament following a 3-1 loss to China in the quarterfinal played on Saturday, November 21. Germany’s Anja Mittag was unable to score in the final in which her team took gold after defeating China 2-0 today in Bangkok, Thailand. Mittag ended the tournament with six goals in six games, one short of Timko. The United States earned bronze today after posting a 3:0 win over Brazil in the earlier match of today’s double header. Christine Sinclair won the Golden Boot award with 10 goals in six games in the inaugural FIFA Women’s Under-19 World Championship hosted by Canada in 2002. Sinclair was also awarded the Tournament MVP in 2002.

Ottawa, Ontario – Canada’s Brittany Timko of Coquitlam, BC has earned the adidas Golden Shoe as top scorer at the 2004 FIFA Women’s Under-19 World Championship in Thailand with seven goals in four games despite Canada’s early departure from the tournament following a 3-1 loss to China in the quarterfinal played on Saturday, November 21.

Germany’s Anja Mittag was unable to score in the final in which her team took gold after defeating China 2-0 today in Bangkok, Thailand. Mittag ended the tournament with six goals in six games, one short of Timko.

The United States earned bronze today after posting a 3:0 win over Brazil in the earlier match of today’s double header.

Christine Sinclair won the Golden Boot award with 10 goals in six games in the inaugural FIFA Women’s Under-19 World Championship hosted by Canada in 2002. Sinclair was also awarded the Tournament MVP in 2002.

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