Great Britain Women have named a squad of 23 players ahead of the upcoming World Championship in Dumfries, Scotland.
Today marks the 35th anniversary of arguably the most famous hockey game in history, which became known as the Miracle on Ice.
It was on February 15th 1936 that Great Britain won gold at the Winter Olympics, held in Garmisch-Partenkirchen, Germany. These were the Olympics made famous by American sprinter Jesse Owens in the Summer games.
Dozens of young ice hockey players will take part in qualification events over the coming weeks, for a chance to represent GB
Cheryl Smith and Michelle Smith say they are excited at the prospect of leading the team as this year’s World Championship.
Olympic medallist Eve Muirhead has officially launched the Women’s World Championship being held in Dumfries in March and April this year.
Great Britain Women’s head coach and team manager have both resigned from their respective positions.
Great Britain Women produced a fantastic performance as they beat Netherlands Women 2-1 in Tilburg.
GB Women were beaten 3-1 by the Netherlands in Dondrecht on Saturday evening.
The GBSC Roadshow will be at the Phoenix v Flames game on the 22nd February.