Brent Livermore

Brent James Livermore OAM (born 5 July 1976 in Grafton, New South Wales) is a field hockey midfielder from Australia. He was first selected in the Australian team in 1997, and was awarded the Kookaburras player of the year award in 2001. He was also nominated of the FIH Player of the Year awards in 2002 and 2005. He has played over 300 matches for the Australian team, and has scored 30 international goals. He plays for the NSW Waratahs in the Australian Hockey League.[1]

Brent Livermore
Medal record
Men’s field hockey
Representing  Australia
Olympic Games
2004 AthensTeam
2000 SydneyTeam
World Cup
2002 Kuala LumpurTeam
2006 MönchengladbachTeam
Champions Trophy
1999 BrisbaneTeam
2005 ChennaiTeam
2009 MelbourneTeam
1997 AdelaideTeam
2001 RotterdamTeam
2003 AmstelveenTeam
2007 Kuala LumpurTeam
1998 LahoreTeam
Commonwealth Games
2002 ManchesterTeam
2006 MelbourneTeam

Brent Livermore won the gold medal with the Kooraburras at the 2004 Olympics, but was omitted from the 2008 Olympic squad that placed third in Beijing.[2]

In the World Series Hockey organized by the Indian Hockey Federation and Nimbus Sport, Brent Livermore captains the Chennai Cheetahs, a Chennai-based Hockey team.[3]

After a brief hiatus from the sport, Livermore returned to coach the NSWIS male team, the U21 NSW Men's team, and the NSW Waratahs team at their respective tournaments. He has returned to the pitch, as the captain-coach of team NSWIS at the ripe age of 42, in the exhibition match against Odisha. The team lost the first match 5–1.