Dutch Olympic Field Hockey: Netherlands Women Steal the Show with Good Looks
If you haven’t been watching women’s field hockey, what are you waiting for?
While plenty of Olympic sports feature muscular physiques that make you wonder if the female could beat you up, field hockey is different.
Meet the team compiled by The Netherlands, a squad who sports bright orange jerseys and incredibly attractive women.
The vast majority of the team has toned physiques but not vein-popping muscles. They don’t look like world-class athletes until you see them weaving through traffic with a hockey stick. Let’s just say they represent their country in more than one way.
What makes this story even better is they're actually the team to beat.
The squad took home the gold medal at the Beijing Olympics in 2008, silver in 2004 and bronze in 2000.
In other words, these girls are the complete package and are deserving of more publicity in America. They play again on Tuesday against Japan.
Kim Lammers scored two of their goals on Sunday as one of the squad’s best player, and Caia Van Maasakker is extremely talented as well.
So when you tell your significant other you have to watch Dutch women’s field hockey, there is a built in excuse. “Honey, this is the team to beat. Look at how talented they are!”
The Olympics are in full swing, and at times it’s hard to figure out what events will keep your attention for more than a few seconds.
Netherlands women’s field hockey is must-see T.V.
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