Who is Erin Ambrose, Olympic Athlete – Career Achievements, Age, Net worth: There are several people in the world who do charity for their nation and needy people too. Some people believe to donate money, while some people donate their body parts as well. Likewise, Erin Ambrose, a Canadian women’s national ice hockey player announced in December 2020 that her brain will be donated to science for concussion research after her death. Erin is a 27 years old ice hockey player who has gained huge fame and popularity in his career field. She has gained a huge fan following on social media platforms. In this article, we are going to give you all the details about Erin Ambrose. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Who is Erin Ambrose?
Erin Ambrose is a Canadian women’s ice hockey player who was born on 30 April 1994 in Keswick, Ontario, Canada. He is playing with the PWHPA and the Canadian national team. She made her debut with the Canada women’s national ice hockey team at the 2014 4 Nations Cup. His height is 5 feet 5 inches tall and weighs 132lb. She is playing as a Defence with his team. At the age of 11, she shifted from AA to AAA boys hockey. In the second season, she became the captain of the team. In 2008, when she was 14 years old, she started to play women’s ice hockey.
Erin Ambrose: Age, Net worth
She participated in the 2008 National Women’s Under-19 Championship for Ontario Blue. She participated in all five seasons. She was invited to Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 team in the year 2009. She was one of the seven defenders who were named to the final roster. She has received Directorate Award, Best Defender, 2012 IIHF World Women’s U18 Championship. She has achieved multiple titles including 2014 First-Team All-American, Rookie of the Week, CWHL Defender of the year 2018-19, and many others.
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In October 2020, Erin authored a piece for Hockey Canada facing her struggles with depression. She also revealed her same-s** preference. In December 2020, she agreed to donate her brain for a concussion to science following her death. After being freed from Hockey Canada’s Centralization camp, she was traded to Les Canadiennes de Montreal from Toronto Furies.
She was a member of Canada’s National Women’s Under-18 team which managed to win gold in Chicago at the 2010 IIHF World Women’s Under-18 Championship. She was nominated to Canada’s Olympic team on 11 January 2022. She is active on Instagram where she has gained more than 7.3k followers. She also has a verified account on Twitter with more than 3k followers. Stay tuned with us for more updates.