Maddie Hinch Biography
Great Britain Hockey player Maddie Hinch whose real name is Madeleine Clare Hinch and she plays as a goalkeeper for Tilburg HC and England.
Who Is Maddie Hinch Partner Or Boyfriend?
Professional Field Hockey player Maddie does not have a partner or boyfriend until now.
She has not revealed any information about her love life or relationship status on the internet or even with the media.
However, Maddie has shared a photo with a person and it seems that she is very close to him, however, she has not revealed the name of that person on her Instagram post.
We can meet Maddie on Instagram under the username @maddiehinch, where she has shared more than nine hundred posts and has gained a total of 52.2 thousand followers.
Maddie Hinch Age: Her Height Revealed
Maddie Hinch’s age is currently 32 years old.
The English field hockey player October 8, 1988, in England, but jer actual hometown has not been disclosed anywhere on the internet yet.
She has also not revealed anything about her early life and childhood but it is known that Maddie has a degree in Sport and Exercise Science from Loughborough University.
However, it is known that Maddie began playing hockey after a schoolteacher spotted her catching and diving talents in a game of rounders.
Talking about Hinch’s height, she stands 5 feet 6 inches tall but she has not disclosed her weight yet.
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Meet Maddie Hinch Parents
No information about Maddie Hinch’s parents has been disclosed anywhere on the internet until now.
However, it is known that her parents were British and they have always supported her in sports but Maddie was not very keen on playing in goal and suffered a number of rejections as a youngster.
Maddie had also won a Youth Olympic Games medal, and she made her full international debut in 2008, but narrowly missed out on a place in the Great Britain squad for the 2012 Summer Olympics.
She played in her first Olympic Games, surpassing 100 international appearances during the Rio 2016 Olympics, where she won an Olympic gold medal.
However, in 2018 she decided to step aside from the national team but on May 16, 2019, Hinch re-joined the England and Great Britain Central Programme.
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