Tim Howard (hockey) started playing with the Eastern Suburbs Hockey Club in Brisbane and his rise through the national junior ranks began when he captained Australia’s gold medal-winning hockey 5s team at the 2014 Youth Olympics in Nanjing. He made the under-21 side that won bronze at the Sultan of Johor Cup in Malaysia and captained the team again at the 2016 Junior World Cup. He received his Kookaburras call-up at the end of 2017 before being asked to move to Perth to join the national training squad. Howard was part of the World Cup bronze-medal winning team in 2018 and made his Olympic debut in Tokyo where he came away with a silver medal. Tim graduated in business from Griffith University in 2022 and is now doing a Masters’ degree in Applied Finance from the University of Western Australia while also working part-time for the Commonwealth Bank in Perth.
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