Meet Cassie Campbell, a Canadian ice hockey player who is also a former model and was the captain of the 2006 Winter Games gold-winning Canadian National Team. See photos, video and a biography of Cassie Campbell here.
The City of Brampton recently celebrated the inauguration of the first community center dedicated to Cassie, a first for any female hockey player.
“Cassie Campbell is proud of her Brampton roots and we are proud to recognize Cassie and her amazing contribution to women’s hockey by naming this centre in her honour.”
As a biography, Cassie Campbell was born on November 22, 1973 in Richmond Hill, Ontario so her age is 34. She started playing the sport from the age of five and attended the University of Guelph, in Guelph. Her measurements are 32-26-34.
Cassie, who is a left-winger, rose to fame as the captain of the gold-winning Canadian team during the 2002 Winter Olympics. She repeated the same feat in the 2006 Olympics too. She won a silver in the 1998 Nagano Games. Her good looks brought her to modeling and then landed her a job as the presenter of the TSN’s hockey broadcasts.
Campbell retired from the sport on August 30, 2006 and then joined Hockey Night in Canada as a reporter. She is also the first one to do a color commentary on the show.
She currently works as a speaker at the ‘Speakers Spotlight‘ and has also written a book, H.E.A.R.T, which got released in October last year.
In her personal life, Cassie is married to Brad Pascall, a Hockey Canada employee.
More photos and a video of Cassie Campbell are below.