GB Hockey Player
James Tindall is an integral part of GB’s likely hope for gold at the 2012 Olympic Games. With the support of Foxhills, he is now able to train his body and relax his mind in 400 acres of Surrey’s best countryside to ensure he is at the top of his game for London 2012.
Connection with Foxhills
James is no stranger to Foxhills. He grew up in Virginia Water and has always had a love of sport winning the ‘Father and Son Golf Championship’ at Foxhills when he was just fifteen.
As a GB Hockey Player
Hockey became his game at St George’s College, Weybridge before being selected for South England and then England. As member of the GB squad in Chile, James helped the team secure qualification for the Olympics scoring five goals along the way.
He has collected over 100 caps for England and over 35 caps for Great Britain. In 2006 James played at the World Cup and Commonwealth Games and was named the UK Hockey Writers Club Player of the Year.
The lead up to 2012 will be a busy one for James having already reached the semi finals of the Commonwealth Games in Delhi and looking forward to the European Championships next year. Being ranked at 5th in the world, the GB Hockey team are looking for medals and training hard.
See him at Foxhills
Over the next couple of years members and guests will be able to see James at a number of sporting dinners, open days and a few lucky little ones will be able to attend a hockey training workshop with James. Dates will be announced as soon as they are confirmed. However, to register your interest email firstname.lastname@example.org.