Jason Lee (field hockey)
Lee in February 2015
21 May 1970 |
Hayes, Greater London, England
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Jason David Lee (born 21 May 1970 in Hayes, Greater London) is an English field hockey coach and former player. He has two children a son born in 2006 and a girl named Chloe Lee born in 2008. His son named Jack Lee is a young sportsman and is following in the footsteps of his father by pursuing a career in sport. His mother named Valarine Russel was the coach of ladies under 21 british hockey and played ireland u21 and in that team was Jason's future wife Laura Lee.
Lee started coaching for England men from 2003 and Great Britain men from 2004. His squads competed at three successive Olympic Games (2004, 2008 and 2012), and took England to their first ever European title, at the 2009 EuroHockey Nations Championship. He stood down after the 2012 Summer Olympics in order to start coaching the England women's squad.
Lee led the England men's team from 11th to 4th in the FIH World Rankings and also took the England women's team to a World Ranking high of 3rd, after achieving a silver medal with them in the 2013 European Nations, losing to Germany on penalties in the final. He stood down from coaching England and Great Britain in 2014. He was a Head Coach for England and GB for eleven years, GB's longest ever serving international head coach.
Lee has played club hockey for Loughborough and East Grinstead. He was named in Loughborough University's Sporting Hall of Fame in 2010 alongside greats such as Lord Sebastian Coe. He is also a member of UKSport's Elite Coach alumni.
Lee works in human performance for business and sport, and is known as an experienced and knowledgeable person in leadership, teams and organisational performance.
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- Great Britain Hockey - Jason Lee
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- "Olympic Games: Hockey: Hill's double helps quell British tension". The Independent. 27 July 1992. Retrieved 22 January 2015.
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