Nikki Hudson

Olympic Gold Medallist (Hockey)

Former Australian Captain and a 16-year veteran of the Australian team, Nikki retired in March 2009 after a glittering career at an international level.

One of the most successful players in the game's history, she captained Australia at the 2008 Beijing Olympic Games, where she became the first person to play 300 games for Australia. In total she played 303 games for her country and scored 99 goals.


She made her debut with the Hockeyroos aged just 17 and has played in three Olympic Games, three Commonwealth Games and three World Cups, collecting four gold medals from the most prestigious events in the game.

Her No.1 career highlight was a gold medal at the 2000 Sydney Olympics, where she was the tournament's leading goal-scorer. She further enhanced her international standing when named captain of the World XI by the International Federation of Hockey in 2006.

She has also earned two gold medals from the highly regarded Champions Trophy, and was rarely part of a team that has finished any international competition lower than third place.

Corporate Speaking

Since her retirement Nikki undertakes Corporate Speaking engagements including attending corporate breakfasts, lunches and dinners, motivational speaking for staff and management, appearances at various Rotary Clubs throughout Queensland, sporting groups Australia-wide and attending school sports awards nights.

Some of Nikki's clients include:

Cancer Council Australia  - host of the annual Breast Cancer

Ladies High Tea at the Marriot on the Gold Coast (past four years)

Australian Olympic Committee

Australian Sports Drug Agency

Bunnings Group Australia

Jobcare Australia

Queensland Cricket


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