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Hayley Wickenheiser

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Keren Amegnigan

on 5 December 2013

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Hayley Wickenheiser

Basic Info:
Full Name: Hayley Marie Wickenheiser Gender: Female
Height: 5’10”
Born: August 12th, 1978 in Shaunavon, Sasakchewan Canada
Sport: Ice Hockey

As an Olympian, Hayley earned a silver medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics and three Olympic gold medals in 2002, 2006 and most recently at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.

Hayley’s passion for hockey is matched only by her drive to give back to her community, country, and sport. Hayley focuses her time and efforts on providing resources to young people and women in sport and the environment. Hayley uses her profile to fundraise for organizations making strong moves and statements that are similar to her beliefs. Some of the organizations that she actively supports include:
- Kids Sport
- Right to Play
- Plan: Because I am a Girl
- Clean air champions
- Spread the Net
- Wickenheiser International Women’s Hockey Festival
- Classroom Champions
University Of Calgary
Hayley started out her career playing on male teams until the age of 13. It all started at age 15 in Shaunavon, Saskatchewan when Hayley was chosen for the Canadian Women’s National Team. She has since led the squad to six gold and one silver medal at the Women’s World Hockey Championships. These were one of the many awards and medals she has acquired over the years of her career.
"To be Olympic champions for the second time in a row is great. It's definitely harder to defend gold than to win it.”

- Hayley Wickenheiser
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