Jamie Dwyer

Jamie Dwyer

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Date of Birth March 12, 1979

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Hockey Champions Trophy 2018: Know Your Team - Australia Hockey Champions Trophy 2018: Know Your Team - Australia
Hockey Champions Trophy 2018:  Know Your Team - Australia
Video: The best of Jamie Dwyer Video: The best of Jamie Dwyer
Video: The best of Jamie Dwyer
India look to fine-tune ahead of Rio at Hockey Champions Trophy (Preview) India look to fine-tune ahead of Rio at Hockey Champions Trophy (Preview)
India look to fine-tune ahead of Rio at Hockey Champions Trophy (Preview)
Video: Wonder goal by Jamie Dwyer Video: Wonder goal by Jamie Dwyer
Video: Wonder goal by Jamie Dwyer
Aim is to stay mentally and physically fit till Men’s World Cup, says Sardar Singh Aim is to stay mentally and physically fit till Men’s World Cup, says Sardar Singh
Aim is to stay mentally and physically fit till Men’s World Cup, says Sardar Singh

Jamie Dwyer: A Brief Biography

Jamie \'Foetus\' Dwyer is an Australian field hockey player has been named the world’s best hockey player five times, first in 2004 and again in 2007, 2009, 2010 and 2011. Inspired by his brothers, Jamie kick-started his career by joining the Queensland Blades team when he was all of 17, and from there was selected into the Hockey AIS (Australian Institute of Sports) in Perth in 1999. It wasn’t until after the Sydney Olympics that Jamie was selected in the Australian men’s hockey team. In 1995, Dwyer made his junior national team debut in the U18 and U21 sides. In 2001, he earned a silver medal in the Champions Trophy competition and another silver the following year at the World Cup. The same year he also won a gold medal at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Pursuing his Olympic dream, Jamie competed in the Athens Olympics and went on to become famous for scoring an extra time goal in the final, which resulted in Australia winning the gold medal and him being adjudged the best player in the world. In 2005, he earned a gold medal at the Champions Trophy competition and topped it with a silver in the World Cup. He also won a gold medal at the 2006 Commonwealth Games. He won a bronze medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics and in 2009 he won a gold medal at the Men\'s Hockey Champions Trophy competition.

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