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Tina Bachmann

Tina Bachmann (born 1 August 1978 in Mülheim, North Rhine-Westphalia) is a retired German field hockey player. She represented Germany in two editions of the Olympic Games (2004 and 2008), and also often played as a midfielder and an experienced central defender. Bachmann was also a member of the Germany women’s national field hockey team who attained great success in the mid and late 2000s, capturing three gold medals at the 2004 Summer Olympics, 2006 Women’s Hockey Champions Trophy, and 2007 Women’s EuroHockey Nations Championship.

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Great BritainDoctorField Hockey

Christine Grant

Dr. Christine Grant, a national pioneer and voice in the fight for gender equity in athletics, passed away Friday, Dec. 31 at the age of 85. Born in Scotland, she had a passion for field hockey, playing and coaching the sport in both her native country and Canada before coming to the University of Iowa to continue her education. Her time at Iowa would have a profound impact on her life and the landscape of women’s sports.

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Manon Rheaume

Manon Rhéaume, born in 1972 in Lac-Beauport, Quebec, was a Canadian former ice hockey goaltender who made a significant impact on the sport. She achieved a number of historic firsts during her career and played a vital role in breaking down gender barriers within the world of professional ice hockey.

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ZimbabweField Hockey

Liz Chase

Elizabeth Muriel Chase, known as Liz Chase, was a renowned Zimbabwean field hockey player who left a lasting impact on the sport. She represented Zimbabwe with pride and distinction, playing a pivotal role in the national team’s success. Chase’s dedication to field hockey extended beyond her playing years, as she became a passionate physical education educator and inspired countless individuals. Her life sadly ended due to cancer, but her legacy continues to inspire future generations of female field hockey players.

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