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The assistant captain for the Canadian National Women’s hockey team in Salt Lake City, Vicky Sunohara has been a key member of that team for over a decade. She has played in five World Championships (1990, 1997, 1999, 2000, 2001), winning five gold medals at all of them. However, Sunohara’s biggest achievement could be her two Winter Olympics medals, most notably her gold in 2002. She is Canada’s 6th all-time National Women’s Team goal scorer with 26 goals and all-time leader with 6 game-winning goals at the World Championship. In 2009, Sunohara was selected by the Vancouver Olympic Organizing Committee to be Toronto’s final torchbearer as Toronto welcomed the Vancouver-bound 2010 Olympic flame on its cross-country journey. In 2010, Sunohara was appointed to the Board of Directors of the Canadian Sport Centre Ontario, a non-profit organization committed to assisting high-performance athletes and coaches achieve excellence in international competition. Currently the head coach for the University or Toronto womens hockey team, Sunohara makes frequent appearances as a guest speaker and donates a considerable amount of time to charitable organizations.