Gina Kingsbury
  • Born: 11/26/1981
  • Age: 33
  • Height: 170cm
  • Weight: 65kg
  • Birthplace: Uranium City, Saskatchewan

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Olympic champion … Three-time WC champion in six appearances … Member of National team since 2000 season … WWHL champion … Participated in seven 4 Nations Cups … Was Second Team All American.

World Championship (WC) Results

2009 (Hameenlinna, FIN): Silver 2008 (Harbin, CHN): Silver 2007 (Winnipeg/Selkirk, CAN): Gold 2005 (Linkoping, SWE): Silver 2004 (Halifax, CAN): Gold 2001 (Minneapolis, USA): Gold

Career Notes

2009-10: Captured silver at Hockey Canada Cup in Vancouver … 4 Nations Cup champions in Tikkurila, FIN. 2008-09: Won silver at WC … 4 Nations Cup silver medallist in Lake Placid, USA … Reached semifinal of Clarkson Cup with Calgary Oval X-Treme of the Western Women’s Hockey League. 2007-08: Clinched silver at WC … Captured 4 Nations Cup title in Leksand, SWE. 2006-07: Crowned World Champion … 4 Nations Cup gold medallist in Kitchener, Ont. … Won WWHL championship and gold at Nationals in Salmon Arm, B.C. with Calgary Oval X-Treme. 2005-06: Captured gold at Olympic Winter Games, picking up three assists in five games … Won gold at 4 Nations Cup in Hameenlinna/Tamtere, FIN … Was Torino Ice Tournament champion in Turin, ITA. 2004-05: WC silver medallist … Captured gold at 4 Nations Cup in Lake Placid, USA. 2003-04: Won gold at WC … Clinched silver at 4 Nations Cup in Skovde, SWE … Named ECAC First Team All-Star and Second Team All American … Finished 7th in NCAA scoring. 2002-03: Crowned 4 Nations Cup champion in Kitchener, Ont. … Named to 2003 WC roster, but championship was subsequently cancelled. 2001-02: Was part of centralized roster in preparation for Olympic Winter Games. 2000-01: Captured WC gold … Reached NCAA Frozen Four final with St. Lawrence University in freshman year … Named ECAC Rookie of the Week three times.


Daughter of Daniel and Marlise … Has one older brother, Marc … Graduated from St. Lawrence University in 2004 with a degree in Psychology … When not on the ice, she can be found on the local tennis courts or golf courses … Touches a lucky pin before every game … Thinks the most exciting part of hosting the Game in Canada is “the feeling of sharing the Games with our people, friends and family; the Games become a commonality between strangers.”

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