Chris Gifford (field hockey)

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Chris Gifford (field hockey)
Personal information
Born March 20, 1966

Christopher "Chris" Gifford (born March 20, 1966 in Vancouver, British Columbia) is a former field hockey striker from Canada, who currently is working as a store manager. Married in August 1998 to Sandra Wightman, he has now has three children, Carson, Vanessa and Myles.

International senior competitions[edit]

  • 1987 - Pan American Games, Indianapolis (1st)
  • 1988 - Olympic Games, Seoul (11th)
  • 1989 - Intercontinental Cup, Madison, USA (2nd)
  • 1990 - World Cup, Lahore (11th)
  • 1991 - Pan American Games, Havana (2nd)
  • 1993 - Intercontinental Cup, Poznan (7th)
  • 1995 - Pan American Games, Mar del Plata (2nd)
  • 1996 - Olympic Qualifier, Barcelona (6th)
  • 1996 - World Cup Preliminary, Sardinia (2nd)
  • 1997 - World Cup Qualifier, Kuala Lumpur (5th)
  • 1998 - World Cup, Utrecht (8th)
  • 1999 - Pan American Games, Winnipeg (1st)
  • 2000 - Sultan Azlan Shah Cup, Kuala Lumpur (7th)
  • 2000 - Americas Cup, Cuba (2nd)
  • 2000 - Olympic Games, Sydney (10th)

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