Becky Kellar competed at the first four Olympic Winter Games in which women’s ice hockey was included, winning one silver and three gold medals.
Kellar was a member of the Canadian Women’s National Team from 1997 to 2010. During that time, she won four world championship titles in seven appearances, taking silver the other three times.
Getting to know…
Married to Nolan Duke (married on July 1st, 2003) … Has two sons, Owen and Zachary… Daughter of Wayne and Shirley … Has one brother, Nathan … Graduated from Brown University with a degree in Psychology and a Teaching Certificate … Played four years on Brown University’s softball team (2nd base) … Completed an MBA at Wilfrid Laurier University.
|1998 Nagano||Olympic Winter Games||Ice Hockey||Womens||Silver|
|2002 Salt Lake City||Olympic Winter Games||Ice Hockey||Womens||Gold|
|2006 Turin||Olympic Winter Gamesn||Ice Hockey||Womens||Gold|
|2010 Vancouver||Olympic Winter Games||Ice Hockey||Womens||Gold|
Notable International Results
World Championship Results: 2009 (Hameenlinna, FIN): Silver 2008 (Harbin, CHN): Silver 2005 (Linkoping, SWE): Silver 2004 (Halifax, CAN): Gold 2001 (Minneapolis, USA): Gold 2000 (Mississauga, CAN): Gold 1999 (Espoo, FIN): Gold
2009-10: Captured silver at Hockey Canada Cup in Vancouver ... 4 Nations Cup champions in Tikkurila, FIN. 2008-09: Won WC silver. 2007-08: WC silver medallist ... Played with Burlington Barracudas since 2007. 2005-06: Captured Olympic gold, recording one assist. 2004-05: Won WC silver ... Played with Oakville Ice of National Women's Hockey League. 2003-04: Netted WC gold ... Played with Beatrice/Toronto Aeros from 1998 through 2004. 2002-03: Named to WC team, but championship was subsequently cancelled. 2001-02: Captured gold at Olympic Winter Games, recording one assist. 2000-01: WC gold medallist. 1999-00: Won WC gold. 1998-99: Netted WC gold. 1997-98: Won Olympic silver in Nagano, JPN, scoring one goal and assisting on two others. 1996-97: Played with Brown University from 1993-94 to 1996-97 season. 1995-96: Named Most Valuable Player with Brown.