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Becky Kellar-Duke

Rebecca "Becky" Kellar is an ice hockey player. She played for Burlington Barracudas in the Canadian Women's Hockey League. Kellar played defensively for the Canadian women's team at the 2006 Olympic Winter Games in Turin. She also competed in the 1998 Olympic Winter Games in Nagano and the 2002 Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. She was named to the Canadian team to attend the 2010 Olympic Winter Games and is one of four Canadian women to compete in the four Olympic tournaments alongside Hayley Wickenheiser, Jennifer Botterill and Jayna Hefford. Kellar was the oldest player in the 2010 gold medal competition. She was the first Canadian national hockey team player to have children.

About Becky Kellar-Duke

Women's ice hockey defender who won three Olympic gold medals with Team Canada. She also played for Burlington in the Canadian Women's Hockey League.

Becky Kellar-Duke before fame

She first played with Team Canada in the 1998 Olympics when the team took home silver.

Achievement of Becky Kellar-Duke

She has been part of 4 IIHF World Women's Championship teams.

Becky Kellar-Duke family life

She has two sons, Owen and Zachary.

Associations of Becky Kellar-Duke

She won her first gold medal at the 2002 Olympics, when skater Sarah Hughes also won her first gold medal.

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Latest information about Becky Kellar-Duke updated on August 01 2021.