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Jen Kish is a former Canadian rugby player who became a household name for the sport of rugby in Canada. Kish spent 13 years representing Canada and led Canada`s Women`s Sevens Team at Rio 2016 where they won bronze in the inaugural Olympic rugby sevens tournament. Kish also captained Canada`s 2013 Women`s Rugby World Cup Sevens Team to a second place finish in Moscow, Russia and was a finalist for the 2013 IRB Women`s Player of the Year award. In 2012 and 2013 she was named Canada`s women`s sevens team Player of the Year. Kish was also the captain of the team that won gold at the 2015 Pan Am Games in Toronto. While the majority of Kish`s rugby career was spent on the sevens pitch, she opened up her Rugby Canada career with the Women`s Fifteens Team, going to three Nations Cups as well as the 2010 Women`s Rugby World Cup. Kish also represented Canada at the U19 level where she Captained from 2006-2007.Kish spent the majority of her career in a leadership role and continues to inspire those around her with her "nothing is impossible" attitude and mentality. Kish was awarded the Most Influential Athlete of the CAAWS Most Influential Women List of 2016 and was inducted to the Edmonton Call of Fame in 2018.