Mark Pearn

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Mark Pearn
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Born 21 March 1977

Mark Pearn (born 21 March 1977 in Bristol, England) is a field hockey striker who participated in two Summer Olympics for the United Kingdom: in 2000 and 2004.

Pearn played club hockey for Gloucester City, Reading, and also moved to Spain after the Athens Games to compete for Real Club de Polo in Barcelona, before returning to England as player/coach for East Grinstead.[1] He made his debut for England in 1995 playing the Netherlands, and retired in 2005. He came out of retirement to play in the London Cup in 2011, and retired for the second time in 2013.[2]