On Monday, the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team announced that it had named D.J. Campbell of Rockville, Md., as the “Dog Coat Womens Champion.”
The honor comes after Campbell won the inaugural D.R. Campbell Dog Coat Championship, a tournament in which female players competed against male competitors.
Campbell has already garnered some of the most recognizable honors of the sport.
She was named the 2016 U.K. Women of the Year and the 2017 U.N. Women Player of the Tournament.
But Campbell also has her fair share of detractors, with the D.O.A. accusing her of perpetuating a “toxic” stereotype of women’s soccer.
Campbell also faced criticism from some of her peers for playing a “white dog coat” in the past.
“I don’t think it’s fair for D.
A to be given this award, and I think it reflects a toxic view of women in soccer,” Campbell said during the 2017 Women’s World Cup.
“In a sport where there are so many other women competing, it’s really important that we see diversity in our sport, but also be able to have our own voices heard.”
The D.M. Campbell Women’s Team also recently announced it would open its first D.W. Campbell Sports Bar & Grill on Saturday.
D.E. Campbell, the D-O.S.’s new owner, said the DRC will also feature a dog collar section, similar to the ones used in other D.L.C.-sponsored events.
“We’re also launching the Dora, a dog coat with a collar on it, and it will be available at the DMR,” D. Campbell said in a statement.
“Dora is an easy, chic, and modern dog coat that fits the DMO brand and is perfect for every day wear.
Dora will be the first dog collar dog in the world.”
The inaugural Dora won the DMC Award for Outstanding Dog Coat, awarded annually by the International Dog Coat Association.
The DMC is a prestigious international award for dog breeds that are recognized for their unique characteristics, such as temperament and agility.
The 2016 award was presented by American sports-car manufacturer Fuzzy, which has a partnership with D.D. Campbell.
“If it weren’t for my own efforts and dedication to the sport of soccer, I probably wouldn’t have the chance to be a professional soccer player,” Campbell told The Washington Post.
N Campbell is something that really changed my life and my career and I can’t wait to show people how I came to be the person that I am.”