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Hayley Wickenheiser speaks with Journey to Success Radio

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Four-time Olympic medalist, Hayley Wickenheiser is regarded as one of the best female hockey players in the world with an uncompromised determination and dedication to her sport.  It all started at age 15 in Shaunavon, Saskatchewan when Hayley was chosen for the Canadian Women's National Team.  She has since led the squad to six gold and one silver medal at the Women's World Hockey Championships.  As an Olympian, she earned a silver medal at the 1998 Winter Olympics and three Olympic gold metals in 2002, 2006 and most recently at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympics.  Accompanying all that hardware, Hayley was also named the tournaments' most valuable player in the 2002 and 2006 victorious Olympic runs as well as in numerous Esso Women's Hockey Championships.  Hayley Wickenheiser has proven to be an elite athlete time and time again.  Sports Illustrated recently named her number 20 of the Top 25 Toughest Athletes in the World.  She is also a two-time finalist for the Women's Sports Foundation Team Athlete of The Year and recently named, for the second time, among the Globe and Mail's "Power 50" influencers in sport.  Most recently, QMI Agency named Hayley among the top 10 "Greatest Female Athletes in the History of Sports."  In January 2003, Hayley made hockey history when she became the first female hockey player to notch a point in a men's professional game with the Kirkkonummen Salamat of the Finnish second division.  Along with hockey, Wickenheiser has mastered a number of sports.  An elite softball player, she participated in the 2000 Summer Olympics as a member of Team Canada and worked as a Softball Analyst with CBC's coverage of the 2008 Bejing Summer Olympics.  To learn more about Hayley Wickenheiser, please visit her website at:  http://www.hayleywickenheiser.com  

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Womens Hockey
Olympic Champion
Womens World Hockey Champion
Greatest Female Athlete
Best Female Hockey Player
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