Tom Green (born 6 February 1974 in Durban, South Africa) is a field hockey defence or midfield player from Canada,who started playing field hockey at the age of eight. The resident of Vancouver, British Columbia earned his first cap in and against India (1-1).
Green studied at the University of British Columbia and Queen's and became an emergency physician.
Rob ("Shorty") Short is a Canadian field hockey player.
Ranjeev Deol is a Canadian field hockey player, who plays for West Coast Kings HC.
Ronnie Singh Jagday is an international Canadian field hockey player, who played his first international match for the Canadian Men's National team in 1998, in Barcelona against Spain. He was a member of Canada's gold-medal winning Pan American Games team in 1999 and went on to represent Canada in the Summer Olympics in 2000.
Bindi Singh Kullar is a Canadian field hockey player, who played his first international senior tournament for the Men's National Team in 1996. His father, Pritpal Singh Kullar who hailed from Sansarpur village in Punjab, was also a field hockey player and went on to represent Canada in 1978.
Michael Mahood is a retired field hockey goalkeeper from Canada, who earned his first international senior cap for the Men's National Team in 1995 against India in Italy. He went on to appear in 196 international matches including two Olympic Games and the 1998 World Cup in Utrecht, Holland. In 1999 he was named to the World XI as part of the FIH 75th Anniversary celebrations in Alexandria, Egypt.
Paul Wettlaufer is a field hockey player from Canada.
Sean Campbell is a field hockey player from Canada, who earned his first international cap at the 1999 Sultan Azlan Shah Tournament in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
David Yule is a former field hockey midfielder from Canada.
Rick "Rico" Roberts is a former field hockey defender from Canada.
Hari Kant is a former field hockey goalkeeper from Canada. The resident of Toronto, Ontario earned his first international cap for the Men's National Team in 1989 against Australia in Sydney.
Andrew Griffiths is a former field hockey forward from Canada. He is currently the head coach of the Old Dominion Monarchs field hockey team.
Alan Brahmst is a former international and Olympic field hockey player from Canada.
Christopher Gifford is a former field hockey striker from Canada, who currently is working in management for a neutraceutical company. Married in August 1998 to his wife Sandra, he now has three children, Carson, Vanessa and Myles.
Gregg Clark is a field hockey player from South Africa, who was a member of the national squad that finished tenth at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. He was also present at the Atlanta Games in 1996. The midfielder played for Durban, and a provincial team called KwaZulu Natal Raiders. He is also the most capped South African national hockey player with 250 caps and 42 goals.
Lisa Faust is a former field hockey player from Canada, who earned a total number of 118 international caps for the Canadian Women's National Team during her career. On national level the midfielder played for Vancouver Hawks.
Aoibhinn Grimes is a former field hockey forward from Canada, who earned a total number of hundred international caps for the Canadian Women's National Team during her career. On national level she played for University of Victoria Vikes. Grimes earned a degree in kinesiology from the University of Victoria.
Karen MacNeill is a former field hockey striker from Canada, who earned a total number of 105 international caps for the Canadian Women's National Team during her career. She won a bronze medal, at the 1999 Pan American Games.
Selvaraj Thirumal Valavan is a former field hockey midfielder from India, who made his international debut for the Men's National Team in February 1997 against Poland. Valavan represented his native country at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, where India finished in seventh place. He comes from a hockey family and is the nephew of Former International M.P.Murugesh. His father Selvaraj played for State Bank of India and brother Thirugnam currently plays for Madras Port Trust. Selvaraj Thirumala Valavan currently plays for Indian Bank Team, Tamil Nadu in the position of Centre-Half. For his outstanding contribution to the field of Hockey, he was conferred the award Tamil Nadu Chief Minister's Sports Award in the year of 1999–2000. In the national level he has played the tournaments National Championship respectively in December 2000 held at Jammu, March 1999 held at Hyderabad where the team finished at the 2nd position, May 1997 held at Bangalore and finished at 2nd position. He also participated in the year December 2002 – Hyderabad, June 1997 – Bangalore. Selvaraj Thirumala Valavan also took part at the Muruguppa Gold Cup in the year July 1998 – Chennai.
Jenny Johnson is a former field hockey midfielder from Canada. She earned a total number of 85 international caps for the Canadian Women's National Team during her career. In 1997 Johnson was named in the British Columbia Sport Hall of Fame as the Female High School Athlete of the Year.
Laurelee Kopeck is a former field hockey defender from Canada, who earned a total number of 163 international caps for the Canadian National Team during her career. Nicknamed "Jumbo", she graduated from the University of Victoria (sociology/psychology) in 1996. Kopeck also played club hockey in Hamburg, Germany.