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07 2011

Sami Jo Small

Olympic Gold-medal Athlete

Seven hours from puck drop, Sami Jo Small, three time Olympian in Women's Hockey, found out she wasn't playing in the final game of the Vancouver Olympics.  Supporting her teammates, she cheered from the sidelines as they won the gold medal.  Sami Jo Small has made a life out of sharing what it means to be a teammate, speaking around the world.  After the Olympics she pursued hockey in a different way; establishing hockey camps and schools for youth ages 7-17, and founding the Canadian Women's Hockey League. She shares how the development of these projects has impacted her life, allows her to give back, and keeps her on the ice. Discussing hockey elitism, the Clarkson Cup, Sledge Hockey and more, Sami Jo Small believes that hockey is fun – for life.

Interview Date: March 2011


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