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Casey Sablowski

Casey Sablowski

Hockey Schedule & Results

(Local) / 10:00 AM 15 Aug (Rio)
Women's Quarterfinal

4 (Won)

2 (Lost)

New Zealand

Australia


Casey Sablowski


(Local) / 07:30 PM 13 Aug (Rio)
Women's Pool B

2 (Won)

0 (Lost)

Australia

Japan


Casey Sablowski


(Local) / 06:00 PM 11 Aug (Rio)
Women's Pool B

1 (Won)

0 (Lost)

Australia

Argentina


Casey Sablowski


(Local) / 11:00 AM 10 Aug (Rio)
Women's Pool B

1 (Lost)

6 (Won)

India

Australia


Casey Sablowski


(Local) / 10:00 AM 8 Aug (Rio)
Women's Pool B

1 (Lost)

2 (Won)

Australia

United States of America


Casey Sablowski


(Local) / 08:30 PM 6 Aug (Rio)
Women's Pool B

2 (Won)

1 (Lost)

Great Britain

Australia


Casey Sablowski


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Athlete Biography

At just 19 years-old, Casey Sablowski (nee Eastham) was the youngest Hockeyroo competing at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games that finished fifth. The following year she was crowned the International Hockey Federation World Young Player of the Year.

In 2009 and 2010 she was named in the World Hockey Team. In 2012 she competed in her second Olympic Games in London, finishing fifth again. She will contend her third games in Rio as the second most capped player after duel Olympian and captain Madonna Blyth

Born in Shellharbour, Sablowski began playing hockey at the age of five. In 2007 the talented midfielder won a silver medal at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival. She is a duel Commonwealth Games gold medalist, taking out the title in penalty shootouts in both Delhi and Glasgow.

She married her partner Scott in Bali in 2014 before signing a hockey contract with Dutch club Pinoke. In 2015, Sablowski divided her time between Australia and Amsterdam while she participated in the Hoofdklasse league.

Her cousin, Australian 1500m record holder Ryan Gregson joined Sablowski at the 2012 London Games, the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and has qualified for the Rio Games.

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Olympic Information

  • 2012 London - 5th (Hockey) 2008 Beijing - 5th (Hockey)

Recent Performances

  • 2nd - 2016 International Hockey Tournament (Darwin, Australia)
  • 4th – 2016 Champions Trophy (London, England)
  • 3rd – 2015 World League Semi-Final (Antwerp, Belgium)
  • 1st – 2014 Commonwealth Games (Glasgow, Scotland)

Career Highlights

  • Winning two gold medals at consecutive commonwealth games tournaments through penalty shoot outs (Delhi 2010 & Glasgow 2014).
  • Competing in my first Olympic Games tournament in Beijing 2008 aged 19.
  • Being named Junior World Player of the year in 2009 and also being named in the world team in 2009 & 2010.

Education

  • Primary
    Albion Park Primary School (NSW, Australia)
  • Secondary
    Albion Park High School (NSW, Australia)
  • Tertiary
    Bachelor of Primary Education, Murdoch University WA (2009-current)

Training

  • Coach
    Adam Commens (2011-current)
  • Club
    Albion Park, South Coast NSW, Australia & Westside Wolves, Perth WA, Australia
  • Institute/Academy
    NSWIS AIS
  • Primary Training Base
    Perth, Australia
  • Secondary Training Base
    Sydney, Australia

Q&A

Superstition/s
I always put my left shin pad on before my right.
Favourite food
Pizza
Favourite holiday destination
Croatia
Favourite music
All kinds
Dream car
Audi
Personal Motto
It's not whether you get knocked down, It's whether you get back up that counts.
Star Sign
Pisces
I would spend my last $10 on
Give it to a person in need
If I could try another Olympic sport it would be
Triathlon
Most Inspiring Olympic Performance?
2004 Olympics in Athens Mens Hockey Gold medal match
First Olympic Memory?
Watching the Hockey at the Sydney Olympics with my dad
Most Influential person in your career/life
my mum
Why this sport?
whole family played