Jamie Dwyer is a retired Australian field hockey legend and five time world hockey player. Jamie has been a Olympic gold medalist and two times World Cup gold medalist.
Three Fun Facts
- Jamie Dwyer first started hockey when he picked up a hockey stick when he was 4.
- Both of his parents played hockey which is where it all started.
- Jamie now designs and manufactures his own brand of hockey sticks and equipment – JDH
- Jamie works in conjunction with Polytan to support hockey athletes around the world.
- Five Years FIH World Hockey Player of the Year
- 2002 World Young Player of the Year
- 2004 Gold Medal at the Athens Olympics
- 2005 Gold Medal at the Champions Trophy in India
- 2008 Gold Medal at the Champions Trophy in Holland
- 2008 Bronze Medal at the Beijing Olympics
- 2009 Australian Player of the Year
- 2009 Gold Medal at the Champions Trophy in Germany
- 2010 Gold Medal at the World Cup in India
- 2011 Gold Medal at the Champions Trophy in Auckland, New Zealand
- 2012 Gold Medal at the Champions Trophy in London
- 2012 Bronze Medal at the London Olympics
- 2014 Gold Medal at the Men’s Hockey World Cup
- 2016 Olympics Quarter Finals
“Polytan get hockey. They understand how athletes and equipment interact with the surface making a whole world of difference to each players performance. Polytan’s advanced technology provides hockey athletes the best possible surface to train and compete on.” Jamie Dwyer.