|Olympic medal record|
|Born||February 15, 1879
Montreal, Quebec, Canada
|Died||July 20, 1921|
|Children||Henry Donnelly Hoobin (son)|
|Relatives||Kevin Richard Hoobin (grandson)
Matthew Hoobin (great-grandson)
Henry's father, John Hoobin, was a member of the Shamrocks Lacrosse Club. In the late 1890s, having been taught to play the sport by his father, Henry joined his father's lacrosse team. In 1907, Henry retired from the sport due to an injured knee, but returned to the game when he selected to represent Canada in lacrosse at the 1908 Summer Olympics.
1908 Summer Olympics
Henry won a gold medal against Great Britain at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London, as a member of the Canadian lacrosse team. At the time he was signed for the Montreal Shamrocks in the attack wing position.
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