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Canadian women's hockey star Hayley Wickenheiser retires

New Zealand Herald Saturday, 14 January 2017 ()
CALGARY, Alberta (AP) " Hayley Wickenheiser has retired from hockey after 23 years on Canada's women's team.The 38-year-old Wickenheiser, from Shaunavon, Saskatchewan, announced her retirement Friday, and plans to enter medical...
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News video: Hayley Wickenheiser explains why she is retiring from hockey

Hayley Wickenheiser explains why she is retiring from hockey 02:31

After representing Canada in women's hockey for 23 years, Hayley Wickenheiser has decided to hang up her skates. The five-time Olympic medallist says she is excited to pursue a career in medicine.

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