Julie Zwarthoed
Born (1994-09-25)25 September 1994,
Schinnen, Netherlands
Height
Weight
5 ft 6 in (1.68 m)
143 lb (65 kg; 10 st 3 lb)
Position Forward
Shoots Right
SDHL Sweden team
F. teams
SDE Stockholm
Smoke Eaters Geleen
Ntl. team Flag of the Netherlands.png Netherlands
Playing career 1997–present
Medal record
Competitor for Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Gold Medal World Championship IIHF tournament 2011/2012
Ice hockey
Competitor for Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Silver Medal World Championship IIHF tournament 2013/2014
Ice hockey
Competitor for Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Silver Medal World Championship IIHF tournament 2015/2016
Ice hockey
Competitor for Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Silver Medal World Championship IIHF tournament 2017/2018
Ice hockey
Competitor for Flag of Netherlands Netherlands Gold Medal World Championship IIHF tournament 2018/2019
Ice hockey


Winter Youth Olympics
Gold 2012 Innsbruck Individual skills challenge

Julie Zwarthoed (born 25 September 1994) is a Dutch female ice hockey player who has been playing for the Eaters Geleen of the Eerste Divisie.[1] Since the season 2015/2016 playing for SDE in Stockholm Sweden.

Zwarthoed has represented the Netherlands women's national ice hockey team at the IIHF Women's World Championships in 2011 (Division III), 2012 (Division I Group B), and 2013 (Division I Group B), and 2014 (Division I Group B), and 2015 (Division I Group B), and 2016 (Division I Group B), and 2017 (Division 2 Group A), and 2018 (Division 2 Group B), and 2019 (Division I Group B) She has also competed for the Netherlands in the 2011–12 Elite Women's Hockey League and the qualification tournament for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.[1]

She competed for the Netherlands at the 2012 Winter Youth Olympics held in Innsbruck, Austria, where she won a gold medal in the Girls' individual skills challenge.[2][3] The jersey she wore in the skills competition is currently on display at the Hockey Hall of Fame.[4]

Awards[edit | edit source]

Netherlands[edit | edit source]

  • World Championship 2011/2012 1 Game MVP / Gold Medal / Golden Goal Scorer
  • World Championship 2012/2013 Most Penalized Player / 1 Game MVP
  • World Championship 2013/2014 1 Game MVP / Silver Medal
  • World Championship 2015/2016 Most Penalized Player / 1 Game MVP / Silver Medal
  • World Championship 2016/2017 1 Game MVP / Best Player of the team Award
  • World Championship 2017/2018 1 Game MVP / Silver Medal / Tournament Topscorer
  • World Championship 2018/2019 1 Game MVP / Gold Medal

SDE Stockholm[edit | edit source]

  • Team topscorer season 2019/2020

References[edit | edit source]

  1. 1.0 1.1 Profile on eurohockey.com
  2. Profile on olympic.org
  3. [pS=1325372400&tx_ttnews[pL]=2678399&tx_ttnews[arc]=1&tx_ttnews[backPid]=187&cHash=ca5b9bd93d Wild night in Innsbruck]. IIHF.com (2012-01-19). Retrieved on 2013-08-16.
  4. Shirt Julie Zwarthoed in Hall of Fame


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