Participants

Australia

Hockey

Bib Name Birth Date
1 29 Jul 1994
3 16 Jan 1993
4 02 Jan 1990
7 18 Aug 1987
11 27 Feb 1992
13 29 Apr 1988
14 19 Apr 1995
15 24 Sep 1997
16 27 Aug 1993
18 26 Oct 1992
19 04 May 1993
21 28 Sep 1996
22 17 Oct 1997
25 14 May 1992
26 28 Jul 1992
27 02 Jul 1986
30 28 Apr 1997
32 04 Feb 1995

Team Officials

Function Name
Head Coach
Assistant Coach
David STANIFORTH

Events and Medals

Event Rank Medal
HOC Women 2 Silver

Australia - Schedule


Schedule
Time Event Status
Thu, 5 Apr 16:30
Women Pool B
Australia
1
Canada
0
Finished
Sat, 7 Apr 21:30
Women Pool B
Australia
5
Ghana
0
Finished
Mon, 9 Apr 21:30
Women Pool B
Australia
0
New Zealand
0
Finished
Tue, 10 Apr 21:30
Women Pool B
Australia
2
Scotland
0
Finished
Thu, 12 Apr 21:15
Women Semifinal
Australia
1
India
0
Finished
Sat, 14 Apr 12:45
Gold Medal Event Women Gold Medal
New Zealand
4
Australia
1
Finished

Biographical Information


Highlights
Commonwealth Games
YearLocationRank
2014 Glasgow, SCO 1
2010 Delhi, IND 1
2006 Melbourne, AUS 1
2002 Manchester, ENG 3
1998 Kuala Lumpur, MAS 1

Olympic Games
YearLocationRank
2016 Rio de Janeiro, BRA 6
2012 London, GBR 5
2008 Beijing, CHN 5
2004 Athens, GRE 5
2000 Sydney, AUS 1
1996 Atlanta, USA 1
1992 Barcelona, ESP 5
1988 Seoul, KOR 1
1984 Los Angeles, USA 4

Champions Trophy
YearLocationRank
2016 London, GBR 4
2014 Mendoza, ARG 2
2011 Amstelveen, NED 6
2009 Sydney, AUS 2
2008 Monchengladbach, GER 5
2007 Quilmes, ARG 4
2006 Amstelveen, NED 5
2005 Canberra, AUS 2
2004 Rosario, ARG 4
2003 Sydney, AUS 1
2002 Macau 4
2001 Amstelveen, NED 3
2000 Amstelveen, NED 3
1999 Brisbane, AUS 1
1997 Berlin, GER 1
1995 Mar del Plata, ARG 1
1993 Amstelveen, NED 1
1991 Berlin, GER 1
1989 Frankfurt, FRG 2
1987 Amstelveen, NED 2

Nickname: Hockeyroos
Additional information

TOP SEEDS
The Australian women's hockey team have been almost completely dominant at Commonwealth Games. They've taken gold four times (Kuala Lumpur 1998, Melbourne 2006, New Delhi 2010 and Glasgow 2014), with two thrilling penalty stroke finals in 2010 (vs New Zealand) and 2014 (vs England). The one time they failed to take gold, they lost to host nation England, 2-1 in the semifinal. They eventually finished third, thanks to a 4-3 victory win over NZ. (bbc.co.uk)   


OLYMPIC INCONSISTENCY
While Australia are often ranked number one in the world, they have failed to medal at the last four Olympic Games. However, they did win gold at Seoul 1988, Atlanta 1996 and Sydney 2000. (Olympic News Service, 2016)


WORLD CUP
Placed first in two Hockey World Cups (Dublin 1994 and Utrecht 1998), second three times (1990, 2006, 2014) and third in 1983. (Olympic News Service, 2016)


MOST CAPPED
Madonna BLYTH is the most capped player of all time, with 342 international appearances. (hockey.org.au, 2017)


World Ranking: 5 (Correct at December 2017)



Legend

Gold: Gold
Silver: Silver
Bronze: Bronze
Gold Medal Event: Gold Medal Event
Bronze Medal Event: Bronze Medal Event

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