Episode #6: South African hockey legend Marsha Cox talks about her love for the game & instilling hope in others

October 21, 2020
Posted in Podcast

Episode #6: South African hockey legend Marsha Cox talks about her love for the game & instilling hope in others

Marsha Cox is a hockey legend. She went to 3 Olympic Games, 4 Commonwealth Games, 2 World Cups and is still the most capped South African hockey player of all time with over 330 caps. Marsha was also the first player of colour to captain the Protea team.She is a true trailblazer and the path she forged has made it easier for others to follow their own dreams.
In this episode she talks about her love of the game, what kept her motivated over a 14 year international career, and what the transition out of hockey has been like. She also discusses the need to instill in children the belief that they are allowed to dream about a better future for themselves.