Jimi Lewis

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James "Jimi" Lewis (born 5 July 1974 in Lydney, Gloucestershire) is an English field hockey goalkeeper, who was a member of the Great Britain squad that finished ninth at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.

He was second choice behind Simon Mason. Lewis, also nicknamed "Lewi", played club hockey for Cannock and Havant and is currently with Gross Flottbeker in Germany. He made his international debut in Malaysia in 1994, playing against South Africa.

From 1. of March 2016 onwards, Jimi coaches the German DHB Hockey National Team Goalkeepers.

Jimi often travels to Spain, and coaches hockey for Marshland High School in Norfolk along with another former international, Paul Swinburn.[citation needed]


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  • Hockey: Jimi Lewis geht zum DHB (in German)