President Obama welcomed his final sports team to the White House on Monday as the Cubs' celebrated their first World Series championship in 108 years.
The U.S. women's national team has been honored with a rally in Los Angeles and a parade in New York. Now the World Cup-winning champions have been welcomed into the White House by President Barack Obama. The USWNT was recognized at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue on Tuesday morning, getting the champions' right of passage in the East Room.
Nine months after clinching the World Series title, the Royals are heading to the White House to celebrate the victory along with President Barack Obama, and to pay a surprise visit to a big fan in the administration.