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2009 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy
The 2009 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy was the 17th edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy for women. It was held between 11 and 19 July 2009 in Sydney, Australia. Argentina won the tournament for the third time after defeating Australia 4–3 in the final on penalty strokes after a 0–0 draw. Despite finishing runner-up, Australia were relegated from next year's tournament instead of the sixth-placed team England, due to England being the host of the 2010 edition. Relegation was decided based on rankings from the 2008 Olympics. Australian coach Frank Murray strongly criticised the rule, calling it "a ridiculous qualification process", upon discovering prior to the final that Australia would have to win the tournament to avoid relegation. He stated that the tournament's lowest-placed team bar the next hosts should instead be relegated, and noted that the rule incentivised Australia to deliberately lose to England, to help England to finish higher than sixth. Teams The In ...
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Sydney
Sydney ( ) is the capital city of the state of New South Wales, and the most populous city in both Australia and Oceania. Located on Australia's east coast, the metropolis surrounds Sydney Harbour and extends about towards the Blue Mountains to the west, Hawkesbury to the north, the Royal National Park to the south and Macarthur to the south-west. Sydney is made up of 658 suburbs, spread across 33 local government areas. Residents of the city are known as "Sydneysiders". The 2021 census recorded the population of Greater Sydney as 5,231,150, meaning the city is home to approximately 66% of the state's population. Estimated resident population, 30 June 2017. Nicknames of the city include the 'Emerald City' and the 'Harbour City'. Aboriginal Australians have inhabited the Greater Sydney region for at least 30,000 years, and Aboriginal engravings and cultural sites are common throughout Greater Sydney. The traditional custodians of the land on which modern Sydney stands ...
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Dutch Women Hockey - Shielding The Ball
Dutch commonly refers to: * Something of, from, or related to the Netherlands * Dutch people () * Dutch language () Dutch may also refer to: Places * Dutch, West Virginia, a community in the United States * Pennsylvania Dutch Country People Ethnic groups * Germanic peoples, the original meaning of the term ''Dutch'' in English ** Pennsylvania Dutch, a group of early Germanic immigrants to Pennsylvania *Dutch people, the Germanic group native to the Netherlands Specific people * Dutch (nickname), a list of people * Johnny Dutch (born 1989), American hurdler * Dutch Schultz (1902–1935), American mobster born Arthur Simon Flegenheimer * Dutch Mantel, ring name of American retired professional wrestler Wayne Maurice Keown (born 1949) * Dutch Savage, ring name of professional wrestler and promoter Frank Stewart (1935–2013) Arts, entertainment, and media Fictional characters * Dutch (''Black Lagoon''), an African-American character from the Japanese manga and anime ''Blac ...
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Janneke Schopman
Johanna ("Janneke") Dorotheo Maria Schopman (born 26 April 1977) is a former Dutch field hockey player who played as a defender for Dutch club HC Den Bosch and the Netherlands national team. She is the head coach of the Indian women's national field hockey team Playing career Schopman started playing hockey at Dutch club Tempo '34 in Rotterdam. She also played for HC Rotterdam, before transferring to HC Den Bosch, where she played until stopping in 2010. While part of the Den Bosch squad, she won 6 national titles. Schopman was first selected for the Dutch national squad in 2001. Schopman was a member of the Dutch squad that won the silver medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, after losing to Germany in the final . She scored one of the penalties in the semi-finals against Argentina in the semi-finals. She was also part of the Dutch squad that became World Champion at the 2006 Women's Hockey World Cup in Madrid and which won the 2007 Champions Trophy. She was part of ...
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Josefina Sruoga
María Josefina Sruoga (born 23 August 1990) is an Argentine field hockey player. At the 2012 Summer Olympics, she competed for the Argentina national team where the team won the silver medal. Josefina also won four Champions Trophies, the bronze medal at the 2014 World Cup The 2014 FIFA World Cup was the 20th FIFA World Cup, the quadrennial world championship for men's national football teams organised by FIFA. It took place in Brazil from 12 June to 13 July 2014, after the country was awarded the hosting righ ... and two silver medals at the Pan American Games. Her sister Dani was also part of the Argentine team that won silver at the 2012 Summer Olympics. References External links * 1990 births Living people Field hockey players from Buenos Aires Argentine female field hockey players Olympic field hockey players of Argentina Field hockey players at the 2012 Summer Olympics Olympic medalists in field hockey Las Leonas players Olympic silver medali ...
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Maike Stöckel
Maike Stöckel (born 6 March 1984, in Bielefeld) is a German field hockey player who competed in the 2008 File:2008 Events Collage.png, From left, clockwise: Lehman Brothers went bankrupt following the Subprime mortgage crisis; Cyclone Nargis killed more than 138,000 in Myanmar; A scene from the opening ceremony of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing; ... and 2012 Summer Olympics. References External links * 1984 births Living people German female field hockey players Olympic field hockey players for Germany Field hockey players at the 2008 Summer Olympics Sportspeople from Bielefeld Field hockey players at the 2012 Summer Olympics 21st-century German women {{Germany-fieldhockey-bio-stub ...
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Fanny Rinne
Fanny Rinne (born 15 April 1980 in Mannheim, Baden-Württemberg) is a field hockey midfielder from Germany. International senior tournaments * 1999 – Champions Trophy, Brisbane (3rd place) * 1999 – European Nations Cup, Cologne (2nd place) * 2000 – Olympic Qualifying Tournament, Milon Keynes (3rd place) * 2000 – Champions Trophy, Amstelveen (2nd place) * 2000 – Summer Olympics, Sydney (7th place) * 2002 – European Indoor Nations Cup, France (1st place) * 2002 – World Cup, Perth (7th place) * 2003 – World Indoor Nations Cup, Leipzig (1st place) * 2003 – Champions Challenge, Catania (1st place) * 2003 – European Nations Cup, Barcelona (3rd place) * 2004 – Olympic Qualifier, Auckland (4th place) * 2004 – Summer Olympics, Athens (1st place) * 2004 – Champions Trophy, Rosario (2nd place) * 2005 – European Championship, Dublin (2nd) * 2006 – World Cup, Madrid (8thplace) * 2007 – Eu ...
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Janine Beermann
Janine Beermann (born 20 November 1983 in Wuppertal) is a German field hockey player who competed in the 2008 Summer Olympics. She studied sports and social sciences at University of Wuppertal and currently works as a teacher at a high school in Velbert Velbert ( Low Rhenish: ''Vèlbed'') is a town in the district of Mettmann, in the German state of North Rhine-Westphalia. The town is renowned worldwide for the production of locks and fittings. Geography Velbert is located on the hills of 'Niede .... References External links * 1983 births Living people German female field hockey players Olympic field hockey players for Germany Field hockey players at the 2008 Summer Olympics Sportspeople from Wuppertal NMHC Nijmegen players {{Germany-fieldhockey-bio-stub ...
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Chloe Rogers
Chloe Naomi Rogers (born 30 March 1985 in Harlow, Essex) is an English field hockey player midfield and forward and London 2012 Olympic bronze medal-winner. She made her senior international debut for the England women's national field hockey team in November 2003 versus Japan at Chelmer Park, Chelmsford, Essex. She holds a World Cup bronze, a Champions Trophy silver and bronze along with two Commonwealth Games bronze medals as well as European Championship bronzes. She is also one of the leading indoor hockey players in the UK. Hockey Chloe Rogers first started playing hockey in 1994 at Dunmow Hockey Club (now known as Phoenix Hockey Club) when the Dunmow Minis were first formed. She went on to play for other clubs in Essex including Dunmow HC, Braintree HC and Bishop's Stortford HC before spending 8 seasons with Chelmsford Hockey Club. She was the England women's team's top goal scorer at the 2006 World Cup in Madrid, Spain, helping the team to finish seventh, and other inter ...
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Ma Yibo
Ma Yibo (; born August 8, 1980, in Dalian, Liaoning) is a Chinese field hockey player who competed at the 2004, 2008 File:2008 Events Collage.png, From left, clockwise: Lehman Brothers went bankrupt following the Subprime mortgage crisis; Cyclone Nargis killed more than 138,000 in Myanmar; A scene from the opening ceremony of the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing; ... and 2012 Summer Olympics. At the 2004 Summer Olympics, she finished fourth with the Chinese team in the women's competition. She played all six matches and scored two goals. She was part of the Chinese team that won silver at the 2008 Beijing Games. External links * Profile at Yahoo! Sports (archive) 1980 births Living people Chinese female field hockey players Asian Games gold medalists for China Asian Games medalists in field hockey Field hockey players at the 2002 Asian Games Field hockey players at the 2004 Summer Olympics Field hockey players at the 2006 Asian Games Field hockey players at ...
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Noel Barrionuevo
María Noel Barrionuevo (born 16 May 1984) is an Argentine field hockey player. She won the bronze medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing and the silver medal at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, and the silver medal at the 2020 Summer Olympics, with the Argentina national field hockey team. Career Noel also won the 2010 World Cup in Rosario, Argentina, six Champions Trophy, the World League 2014–15, the gold medal at the 2007 Pan American Games The 2007 Pan American Games, officially known as the XV Pan American Games, were a major continental multi-sport event that took place in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, from July 13 to 29, 2007. A total of 5,633 athletes from 42 National Olympic C ... and three Pan American Cups. References External links * * 1984 births Living people Argentine female field hockey players Las Leonas players Pan American Games silver medalists for Argentina Olympic field hockey players for Argentina Field hockey players at ...
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Agustina Soledad "Sole" García (born June 12, 1981) is a retired Argentine field hockey player. She won the silver medal with the national field hockey team at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney and the bronze medal at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens and at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. The striker was named ''WorldHockey Women's Young Player of the Year'' by the International Hockey Federation twice (2002 and 2004). Soledad also won the World Cup in 2002 and 2010, three Champions Trophy, two gold medals at the 1999 Pan American Games, 2003 Pan American Games, and two Pan American Cups. Since retiring from playing international hockey, Soledad has started coaching and is the assistant coach of the Canada women's national field hockey team. As assistant coach she has attended a number of events including the 2022 Commonwealth Games The 2022 Commonwealth Games, officially known as the XXII Commonwealth Games and commonly known as Birmingham 2022, was an ...
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Emily Hurtz
Emily Hurtz (born 2 January 1990) is an Australian field hockey Field hockey is a team sport structured in standard hockey format, in which each team plays with ten outfield players and a goalkeeper. Teams must drive a round hockey ball by hitting it with a hockey stick towards the rival team's shooting ... player. References External links * * * 1990 births Living people Australian female field hockey players Commonwealth Games medallists in field hockey Commonwealth Games gold medallists for Australia Female field hockey forwards Field hockey players at the 2010 Commonwealth Games 21st-century Australian women Medallists at the 2010 Commonwealth Games Field hockey people from New South Wales Sportswomen from New South Wales {{Australia-fieldhockey-bio-stub ...
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