A look at Canada captain Christine Sinclair’s distinguished soccer career

Canada forward Christine Sinclair celebrates after scoring a goal in the second half of a soccer match at the CONCACAF women's World Cup qualifying tournament against Panama in Frisco, Texas on Oct. 14, 2018. The goal is an Olympic berth in Tokyo when Canada opens play next week at the CONCACAF Women???s Olympics Qualifying Tournament in Edinburgh, Tex. But all eyes will be on captain Christine Sinclair, who needs just one goal to tie retired America Abby Wambach???s world record of 184 goals. THE CANADIAN PRESS/AP, Andy Jacobsohn

A look at captain Christine Sinclair’s career with Canada:

AGE: 36.

HOMETOWN: Burnaby, B.C.

MATCHES: 289 (scoring in 129 of those).

GOALS: 183.

WORLD CUP: 10 goals in 21 matches at five FIFA World Cups.

OLYMPICS: 11 goals in 15 matches at three Olympic tournaments.

FACT: Sinclair averages 0.63 goals a match. That rises to 0.80 goals a game in matches before crowds of 50,000-plus.

HONOURS: Won 2012 Lou Marsh Trophy and Bobbie Rosenfeld Award. Canada’s Soccer Player of the Decade and 14-time Canada Soccer Player of the Year. Canada’s flag-bearer at the 2012 London Olympics’ closing ceremonies. The first soccer player appointed as an Officer of the Order of Canada and first to have her name engraved on Canada’s Walk of Fame.