|Women's Field Hockey|
|1988 Seoul||Team Competition|
|1994 Dublin||Team Competition|
|1990 Sydney||Team Competition|
|1991 Berlin||Team Competition|
|1993 Amstelveen||Team Competition|
|1989 Frankfurt||Team Competition|
Sally Carbon (born 14 April 1967, in Perth, Western Australia) represented Australia from 1987 until 1994 in field hockey. She was a striker, midfielder and half back. Carbon was super fast and set up many goals for Australia during her 125-game career. She was a ballet dancer, swimmer and runner in her youth.
Carbon has two areas of studies, in physical education and also in strategic marketing. Sally has written for newspapers, is a radio host and has been a high level Communications and Marketing Manager. She consults in strategic marketing and has also published four children books: I want to be an Olympian, I want to be a Footballer,I want to be a Cricketer and I want to be an Olympian II. She is part of team that has produced an AFL anthology called Best on Ground. Sally is an Australian Sports Commissioner and a director of other companies, has an Australian Institute of Company Directors qualification and been awarded an Order of Australia (OAM) for Services to Sport.
- Gold 1988 Seoul Olympics
- 5th 1992 Barcelona Olympics
- Silver 1990 Sydney World Cup
- Gold 1994 Dublin World Cup
Junior WA Track Athletics team 125 Internationals for Australia in Hockey