Martyn Grimley

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Martyn Grimley
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Birth name Martyn Andrew Grimley
Born 24/02/1963
Halifax, West Yorkshire, England, UK

Martyn Andrew Grimley (born 24 February 1963) is a former field hockey player.

He won gold with the Great Britain squad at the 1988 Summer Olympics in Seoul. He also has World Cup and Champions Trophy silver medals with the England as well as silver medals with both European Cup silver medals with both indoor and outdoor squads. He has a combined total of 178 international caps for England and Great Britain.[1][2]

Grimley was born in Halifax, England. He taught Physical Education at Banbury School in Oxfordshire for a short time between 1986–87 and then taught Geography, Physical Education and Outdoor Education while at Dulwich College in London. Since returning from the Olympics in 1988 he joined Zurich Financial Services and has since become a company director running a successful financial services business based in Cheshire, 'Warriner & Co Ltd'. He is a life member of Brooklands Manchester University Hockey Club. He has two children, Ryan & Ericka who are both successful graduates. [3]

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