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Michael Green (field hockey)

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Name  Michael Green

Role  Olympic athlete

Michael Green (born May 5, 1972 in Braunschweig, Lower Saxony) is a former field hockey player from Germany. He began his career at MTV Braunschweig and Braunschweiger THC and later played for Harvestehuder THC in Hamburg. The defender competed at two Summer Olympics. Green is working as a surgeon, and played more than 260 international matches for the German field hockey squad.

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List of Honours

  • 1992 – Best Player at the 1992 Junior European Championship
  • 1996 – Best Player in the German National League
  • 1996 – Sportsman of Hamburg
  • 1999 – Best Player in the German National League
  • 2002 – FIH Player of the Year
  • International Senior Tournaments

  • 1993 – Champions Trophy, Kuala Lumpur (2nd place)
  • 1994 – Champions Trophy, Lahore (2nd place)
  • 1994 – World Cup, Sydney (4th place)
  • 1995 – European Nations Cup, Dublin (1st place)
  • 1995 – Champions Trophy, Berlin (1st place)
  • 1996 – 1996 Summer Olympics, Atlanta (4th place)
  • 1996 – Champions Trophy, Madras (3rd place)
  • 1997 – Champions Trophy, Adelaide (1st place)
  • 1998 – World Cup, Utrecht (3rd place)
  • 1998 – Champions Trophy, Lahore (6th place)
  • 1999 – European Nations Cup, Padova (1st place)
  • 2000 – Champions Trophy, Amstelveen (2nd place)
  • 2000 – 2000 Summer Olympics, Sydney (5th place)
  • 2001 – European Indoor Nations Cup, Luzern (1st place)
  • 2001 – Champions Trophy, Rotterdam (1st place)
  • 2002 – World Cup, Kuala Lumpur (1st place)
  • 2003 – European Nations Cup, Barcelona (1st place)
  • References

    Michael Green (field hockey) Wikipedia


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