Kristina Kiss (born February 13, 1981, in Ottawa, Ontario) is a female soccer midfielder, who twice won a medal with the Canadian national team at the Pan American Games: 2003 and 2007. Kiss was the captain of Team Canada's 2003 Pan American Games team and scored three goals in the tournament. She returned to the national team in 2006 after a two-year absence, and won the Canadian National Junior Judo Championship in 1995 in the under 44 kg category. Kiss studied philosophy and psychology at the Carleton University. She has now retired from international soccer and was named to be the technical director of West Ottawa Soccer Club in 2012.

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  • Kristina Kiss (born February 13, 1981, in Ottawa, Ontario) is a female soccer midfielder, who twice won a medal with the Canadian national team at the Pan American Games: 2003 and 2007. Kiss was the captain of Team Canada's 2003 Pan American Games team and scored three goals in the tournament. She returned to the national team in 2006 after a two-year absence, and won the Canadian National Junior Judo Championship in 1995 in the under 44 kg category. Kiss studied philosophy and psychology at the Carleton University. She has now retired from international soccer and was named to be the technical director of West Ottawa Soccer Club in 2012. (en)
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  • Kristina Kiss (born February 13, 1981, in Ottawa, Ontario) is a female soccer midfielder, who twice won a medal with the Canadian national team at the Pan American Games: 2003 and 2007. Kiss was the captain of Team Canada's 2003 Pan American Games team and scored three goals in the tournament. She returned to the national team in 2006 after a two-year absence, and won the Canadian National Junior Judo Championship in 1995 in the under 44 kg category. Kiss studied philosophy and psychology at the Carleton University. She has now retired from international soccer and was named to be the technical director of West Ottawa Soccer Club in 2012. (en)
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