Career Highlights: Canada's captain and all-time leading scorer with 131 goals in 177 games, Sinclair is one of the most productive players in the world. She's the seven-time reigning Canadian Player of the Year, and was awarded the Bronze Boot as the third-leading scorer at the 2003 World Cup, where Canada finished fourth. Sinclair got Canada back to the Olympics by leading the CONCACAF qualifying tournament with nine goals in five games, including two in a 3-1 win over Mexico in the semifinals that officially booked the team's spot in London. Now, she'll look to show improvement after scoring just twice at the Beijing Games as Canada finished eighth in its Olympic debut. Redemption may also be on Sinclair's mind after struggling at last year's World Cup; she scored Canada's lone goal as it lost all three games to finish last in the tournament. Sinclair is considered one of the most dangerous forwards in the box, and her production will go a long way in any success Canada will experience this summer.