|Date of Birth
30 December 1994
|Place of Birth
Hannah Martin outdid brother Harry at Birmingham 2022.
The 28-year-old claimed gold as part of the women's hockey team, who became Commonwealth champions for the first time.
It was Martin's second Commonwealth Games medal after claiming bronze on the Gold Coast, just as sibling Harry did.
With gold, Martin trumped Harry's two bronzes but owes her career to him having been influenced her Olympian brother.
The younger sibling picked up her hockey stick at the age of just eight years old and never looked back.
A senior international debut followed 14 years later against South Africa and Martin has been a crucial part of the national side since.
This included playing in Great Britain’s run to Olympic bronze at Tokyo 2020, despite the fact it came only four months after a broken leg and ankle ligament damage.
Since then Martin has starred for Amsterdam club HGC, in the Dutch Hoofdklasse League, as she aims to test herself against the best players in the world on a regular basis.