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Player, Coach and Umpire Profiles

Exclusive to the FIH, we bring you Player and Coach Profiles.

FIH is asking the same 10 questions of the world's high profile players and coaches to gain a small glimpse into their world.

Click on the photo or name below to read more. 

 

Christa Cullen (GBR)

A new player to the international scene and a superstar of the future, Christa Cullen cuts an imposing figure on the field despite her young age. The FIH Web Team caught up with Christa as she played at the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.   Date added: 27 Mar 2004

 

Nuria Camon (ESP)

Nuria is recognised by many as Spain's most dangerous striker and with over 120 international games under her belt, she was nominated for the 2003 FIH Player of the Year.  The FIH Web Team caught up with Nuria as she played at the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.   Date added: 26 Mar 2004

 

Carolina de la Fuente (ARG Umpire)

Carolina is one of hockey's rising stars in umpiring. Just 30 years old, she has a bright future ahead of her. The FIH Web Team caught up with Carolina as she umpired at the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.   Date added: 26 Mar 2004

 

 

Marelize de Klerk (RSA Umpire)

Marelize is one of the world’s premier women’s umpires, having umpired the World Cup Final in 2002.  The FIH Web Team caught up with her as she umpired at the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.  Date added: 25 Mar 2004.

 

 

Sachimi Iwao (JPN)

Sachimi has played over 150 games for Japan, and forms an integral part of their midfield.  The FIH Web Team caught up with Sachimi as she played at the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.   Date added: 25 Mar 2004

 

 

Tetyana Kobzenko (UKR)

Tetyana is recognised by many of the top coaches as one of the world's most skillful female players.  The FIH Web Team caught up with Tetyana as she played at the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.   Date added: 25 Mar 2004

 

Marc Lammers (NED)

Marc Lammers is the coach of the Netherlands women’s team, one of the world’s great forces in hockey.  The FIH Web Team caught up with Marc as he watched the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.   Date added: 25 Mar 2004

 

Peggy Storrar (USA)

Peggy is the cornerstone of the USA defence and widely recognised as one of the world’s best goalkeepers.  A +120 game veteran and USA national player since 1995, the FIH Web Team caught up with Peggy as she played at the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.  Date added: 24 Mar 2004

 

Katharine Maybin (IRL)

Having played over 90 games for Ireland, Katharine is one of their key defenders having played since 21 years old.  The FIH Web Team caught up with Katharine as she played at the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.  Date added: 24 Mar 2004

 

Kim Sang Ryul (KOR)

Korea’s most successful coach, Kim coached the Korean men’s team for 11 years to silver in Sydney 2000 before taking on the women’s team in 2001.  The FIH Web Team caught up with Kim as he coached Korea at the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.  Date added: 23 Mar 2004

 

Seong Eun Kim (KOR)

Seong Eun Kim is one of the world’s dynamic strikers. Captain of the Korean team, she is a handful for every defence she plays. The FIH Web Team caught up with Seong as she played at the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.  Date added: 23 Mar 2004

 

Rachel Walker (GBR)

Rachel Walker is one of Great Britain’s key midfielders, and has already played over 80 internationals at just 24 years of age.  The FIH Web Team caught up with Rachel as she played at the Women’s Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.  Date added: 22 Mar 2004

 

Niniwa Roberts-Lang (NZL)

Niniwa was New Zealand’s highest goalscorer in 2003 and is their main penalty corner striker. The powerful forward has played +60 games for New Zealand. The FIH web team spoke to Niniwa during the Women's Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.  Date Added: 20 Mar 2004


Heike Latzsch (GER)

Heike is a +230 game veteran for Germany and is one of the world's most formidable strikers.  The FIH web team spoke to Heike during the Women's Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.  Date Added: 20 Mar 2004


 

Sergio Vigil (ARG)

Sergio is the coach of the current Women's World Champions, Argentina.  The FIH web team spoke to Sergio whilst he was watching the Women's Olympic Qualifier in Auckland.  Date Added: 20 Mar 2004


 
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