Jonty Clarke

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Jonty Clarke
Medal record
Men’s Field Hockey
Competitor for  England
European Championship
Bronze 2011 Gladbach Team

Jonathan ("Jonty") Clarke (born 28 January 1981 in Rochford, Essex) is an English field hockey player who plays as a forward.

Competing for England and Great Britain at numerous tournaments, he represented Great Britain in Field hockey at the 2008 Summer Olympics.

Clarke was brought up in the town of Southend and was educated at Southend High School for Boys and was a prominent hockey player there. Many have followed in Jonty's footsteps and become great players, many representing Essex.[citation needed] SHSB said that they believed Jonty is the second pupil to ever represent Team GB at the Olympics after Mark Foster.

After his performance at the 2008 Olympics, Jonty Clarke became the first accountant to win the Echo's Southend Sports Personality of the Year. He attributed his success partly to his employer BDO, for which he works for on a part-time basis.

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