Also, maybe Amanda Kurtovic should be on this list. Her father is Croatian and her mother is Swedish, and she plays for Norway.
Born in Sweden and spent most of her years in Norway, did you expect her to play forCroatia? She even sings the national anthem
Yes. Marta Tomac also spent most of her life in Norway, but chose to play for Croatia, both national junior team and a few national team matches as well. She became Norwegian just last year (on paper), even though she was raised in Trondheim, Norway.
Kurtovic, however (who lived in Sweden for six years) was actually going to represent Sweden, but the Swedish national team didn't want her: http://www.vg.no/sport/ol-2012/sverige-ville-ikke-ha-kurtovic/a/10067188/From the article:
Norge tok imot Amanda med åpne armer. Hun byttet til norsk statsborgerskap og i vinter ble hun verdensmester for Norge - i sitt aller første seniormesterskap.
In English: Norway accepted Amanda with open arms. She changed her citizenship to Norwegian
, and this winter she won the World Championship with Norway, in her very first senior championship.
And regarding to sing along to the national anthem: So does Thorir Hergeirsson (Iceland) and Mia Hermasson Högdahl (Sweden)