Walk of Recognition


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Angie Lambert OAM

Angie Lambert (nee Skirving) followed her good friends onto the world stage and also played her first international as a 17 year old. Angie, a gifted athlete with an even bigger heart quickly rose to become one of the greatest Hockeyroo defenders of all time. An Olympic Gold Medalist at just 19 years of age, Angie went on to become a 229 game veteran with 49 goals for her country.

Known for her tackling, courage and specialist drag flicking, Ange developed into a world-regarded player when she was named FIH International Young Player of the Year in 2001. Angie’s ability to always put her team first was highlighted in her inclusion as a member of the Hockeyroo’s leadership group.

Some of Angie’s major achievements include:

  • 2000 Sydney Olympic Games Gold Medalist
  • 2004 Athens Olympic Games
  • 2008 Beijing Olympic Games
  • 2002 Commonwealth Games Bronze Medalist
  • 2006 Commonwealth Games Gold Medalist
  • 2002 World Cup
  • 2006 World Cup Silver Medalist

Seven Champion Trophies winning gold, silver and bronze medals.