Tall and fast, striker Hannah featured in all of New Zealand's games at Rio 2016.
She first burst onto the international scene as a raw but talented member of the U-20 squad and has developed impressively since then, scoring 23 goals in her 74 senior appearances.
She featured as a substitute in all of her side's matches at the FIFA Women's World Cup in 2011 and made a name for herself by scoring in injury time to earn a draw against Mexico - New Zealand's first ever point at the tournament. She featured prominently at the next World Cup in 2015 and appeared in all but one of the side's matches at London 2012.
Away from football, United States-based Hannah enjoys playing the guitar and surfing.