Marta journeyed by bus for three days and moved to Rio de Janeiro at the age of 14 to pursue her love of soccer. Fast forward, sixteen years later, with three Olympic appearances and two silver medals under her belt for Brazil. Next summer she is returning to Rio to lead the Brazil National Team in pursuit of history and Olympic Gold at home. It is the first Olympics ever to be held in South America. Brazil is a country that really does not care about women’s soccer. Yet because it is reeling under the worst economic recession in decades, the Brazil women’s team has a chance to galvanize a nation of 200 million that needs every bit of good news that it can get.