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Field Hockey Canada
2001 National Championship
WOMEN UNDER-21

CANADA SUMMER GAMES

Day 5 - Friday August 17

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Canada Games - Day 5
QC vs. AB

Canada Games - Day 5
QC vs. AB

Canada Games - Day 5
QC vs. AB

Canada Games - Day 5
QC vs. AB

Canada Games - Day 5
QC vs. AB

Canada Games - Day 5
QC vs. AB


Bronze Medal
Canada Games - Day 5
SK vs MB

Canada Games - Day 5
SK vs MB

Canada Games - Day 5
SK vs MB

Canada Games - Day 5
Coaches

Canada Games - Day 5
SK vs MB

Canada Games - Day 5
SK vs MB

Canada Games - Day 5
SK vs MB

Canada Games - Day 5
SK vs MB

Canada Games - Day 5
Interviews

Canada Games - Day 5
Interviews

Did you know ?

2001 Canada Games Medal 2001 Canada Games Medal The Medals of the Canada Games were designed by Brad Selves, an artist from London, Ontario, who won a design contest over 43 other entries. The front of the medal depicts a tree with 13 maple leaves, symbolizing each of the provinces and territories, and a background that represents the rolling hills of the London region. The reverse side of the medal features the Host Society and Canada Games logos and a background showing the waters of Lake Erie and Lake Huron, which surrounds the host region.

For Saskatchewan, their Bronze Medal was the first ever in field hockey at the Canada Games!

The Athletes' Cafeteria is a busy place! At the end of the Games, it is estimated that 210,000 meals will have been served and the athletes will have consumed 7 tons of pasta, 4 tons of potatoes, 37,800 eggs, 3,000 loaves of bread and 5,600 bananas. Plus 8,400 litres of milk and 20,000 litres of various sport drinks.

As for the bottled water, Montclair, the official supplier has not released the figure but they are delivering by truckloads to the various venues for the athletes, officials and volunteers. During the 70 minutes of a game, each player is drinking an average of 2 litres of water.

2001 Canada Games - Medal Ceremony
More on the Medal Ceremony

Québec Alberta
August 15 - Classification 5-9
0 - 3
(half: 0 - 1)

Umpires: Linda Jones and Keely Dunn

1st Period

30'  0-1  AB, Ashley Reaburn, fg



2nd Period

42'  0-2  AB, Stefanie Demoskoff, fg

69'  0-3  AB, Erica Moore, fg

 

New Brunswick Nova Scotia
August 15 - Classification 5-9
0 - 0
(half: 0 - 0)

Umpires: Julie Prendergast and Audra Zaremba

1st Period

   (no score)



2nd Period

   (no score)

Saskatchewan Manitoba
August 15 - Bronze
1 - 1
Strokes: 5 - 3

(half: 0 - 1 , overtime: 1 - 1)

Umpires: Ann van Dyk and Kim Eagle

1st Period

17'  0-1  MB, Stefanie Sloboda, fg



2nd Period

45'  1-1  SK, Tania Andrews, fg



1st Overtime

   (no score)



2nd Overtime

   (no score)



Penalty Strokes:

Saskatchewan: Niki Baumann, Carrie Jamieson,
     Cristin Tollefson, Tia Thomson, Sara Hearn Manitoba: Kim Kizinkewich, Ewa Borowiec, Belen Martinez

Ontario British Columbia
August 15 - Final
0 - 2
(half: 0 - 2)

Umpires: Mary Cicinelli and Madge Johnson

1st Period

14'  0-1  BC, Stephanie Quinn, fg

33'  0-2  BC, Mo O'Connor, fg



2nd Period

   (no score)



British Columbia Canada Games Champions

Medal Ceremony
Medal Ceremony
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Canada Games - Medal Ceremony
Canada Games - Medal Ceremony
Canada Games - Medal Ceremony
Canada Games - Medal Ceremony
Canada Games - Medal Ceremony
Canada Games - Medal Ceremony
Canada Games - Medal Ceremony
Canada Games - Medal Ceremony

Canada Games - Medal Ceremony
Canada Games - Medal Ceremony

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Final
Canada Games - Day 5
BC vs. ON

Canada Games - Day 5
BC vs. ON

Canada Games - Day 5
BC vs. ON

Canada Games - Day 5
BC vs. ON

Canada Games - Day 5
BC vs. ON

Canada Games - Day 5
BC vs. ON

Canada Games - Day 5
BC vs. ON

Canada Games - Day 5
BC vs. ON

Canada Games - Day 5
BC vs. ON

Canada Games - Day 5
BC vs. ON

BC - 2001 Canada Games Champions
The Champions

Canada Games - Day 5
Interviews


Medal
Ceremony

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