Sunday, April 14, 2024

From Buckingham to Beeston, teen aims high on Olympic hockey dream at 14

At just 14 years old, Bella Hinde-Smith already has her sights set on the 2028 Olympics. But what initially seems like a youthful wild dream instantly becomes a credible aspiration when you assess what she has already achieved.

From being called-up to England U16s three years early, to training with Premier Division sides, Bella certainly seems to have a bright future ahead.

Starting out at Thame Hockey Club, where her mum coached the juniors, her friends at the time all played hockey, so it seemed natural for Bella to do the same.

Continue reading...

Unlock our ad-free, premium content and get use of our subscriber-only app. Use coupon 3FOR1 to get 3 months for only £1!

Already a subscriber to our website? Login

Total Hockey


Most Popular


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

More from Author

Meet the teenage world stone skimming champion with a budding Scottish hockey career

In 2023, Finn Dower won the World Stone Skimming Championship on...

Meet the top Olympic hockey umpire who also captains Belgium indoors

Laurine Delforge has been selected to umpire at her third Olympics...

Voitto: Meet the hockey brand that cares

VOITTO means victory in Finnish. Dr. Daryl Foy is certainly onto...

- A word from our sponsors -