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Victoria Bach: IIHF World Champions, Olympic centralization and exploring her Indigenous heritage

Victoria Bach is a member of this year's IIHF gold medal winning Canadian Women's Hockey team. She is one of the young stars added to the national team ahead of next year's Olympics. Victoria was a standout at Boston University where she holds records in all-time goals, points, most goals in a single season and most points in a season. She is the first woman in the program's history to reach the 100 goal mark (moving her ahead of her Team Canada teammate and captain Marie-Philip Poulin) She starred with the CWHL's Markham Thunder as a rookie and is now part of the PWHPA appearing in Dream Gap Tour games.

In this episode Victoria talks to Jamie about how being smaller in stature drove her to prove others wrong, how she balances her sports with education, and how she is exploring her indigenous background and giving back to the community. Be sure to tell Victoria and Jamie what you think about this episode by leaving a review and rating. It helps us get the message out there!

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