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Clarke: We'll maintain focus

Great Britain forward Jonty Clarke believes the men's hockey team have learned their lesson about coping with the highs of being tournament host...

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Lee praise for battling Britain

Great Britain's men's hockey coach Jason Lee hailed the quality and grit of his side after they bounced back from 3-0 down to earn a draw agains...

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GB heroics ensure dramatic draw

Great Britain produced a brilliant second-half comeback to secure a 3-3 draw against world number ones Australia who appeared to be coasting tow...

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Hockey: Bold Brits fight fear factor

Great Britain hockey midfielder Ashley Jackson claims the 4-1 win over Pakistan was achieved by the players fighting fear and taking collective ...

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Bold Brits fight fear factor

Great Britain hockey midfielder Ashley Jackson claims the 4-1 win over Pakistan was achieved by the players fighting fear and taking collective ...

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Biography

Jonathan Clarke made his Olympic debut at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. The mens team won their fifth/sixth place classification match against Korea to place fifth in the tournament. Clarke was a member of England mens hockey squad which won gold at the 2009 EuroHockey Championhips. Clarke is a regular member of the England squad since making his debut against Belgium in February 2002, Clarke has won over 100 international caps and has appeared at a World Cup, a Commonwealth Games and three European Championships. Clarke who plays for Reading and has had an impressive set of achievements at club level, having two won silvers and a gold at the European Club Championships, in addition to five Premier League titles and three EuroHockey Cups. Clarke’s father Richard is England’s highest capped indoor player, with 82 caps between 1976 & 1987, and also a former captain of the national indoor side.