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Name  Sally Carbon

Role  Olympian
Sally Carbon Olympian Sally Carbon right and University of WestPix

Sally May Carbon OAM (born 14 April 1967, in Perth, Western Australia) represented Australia from 1987 until 1994 in field hockey. She was a striker, midfielder and half back. Carbon was super fast and set up many goals for Australia during her 125-game career. She was a ballet dancer, swimmer and runner in her youth.

Carbon has two areas of studies, in physical education and also in strategic marketing. Sally has written for newspapers, is a radio host and has been a high level Communications and Marketing Manager. She consults in strategic marketing and has also published four children books: I want to be an Olympian, I want to be a Footballer,I want to be a Cricketer and I want to be an Olympian II. She is part of team that has produced an AFL anthology called Best on Ground. Sally is an Australian Sports Commissioner and a director of other companies, has an Australian Institute of Company Directors qualification and been awarded an Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for services to sport.

Sporting Record

  • Gold 1988 Seoul Olympics
  • 5th 1992 Barcelona Olympics
  • Silver 1990 Sydney World Cup
  • Gold 1994 Dublin World Cup
  • Junior WA Track Athletics team 125 Internationals for Australia in Hockey

    References

    Sally Carbon Wikipedia


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