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  1. In-form India set sights on Rio

    Ritu & co strong favourites ahead of Hockey World League Round 2 event in New Delhi

  2. Smith’s South Africa target glory in Cape Town

    Will favourites make home advantage count at men’s Hockey World League Round 2 event?

  3. HWL R2 San Diego: Ireland & Russia top the Pools ahead of quarter-finals

    Russians surprise as Pool phase ends in California

  4. Can Max extend his Midas touch?

    Gold at London 2012, gold in The Hague. What does Rio have in store for the Netherland’s men’s coach?

  • HWL R2 - host nation USA hoping for high seeding

    (Photo: Paul Winstanley)

    It’s a sporting rivalry as old as the hills, but today the USA face Russia in the final round of pool matches in Hockey World league Round 2, and the USA will be hoping to make their home advantage count in this must-win game.   More

  • Hockey World League maps out Road to Rio

    (Photo: Frank Uijlenbroek)
    With Hockey World League Round 2 currently in full flow, FIH explains how the teams progress through the competition in the hope of reaching the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.

    The action-packed Hockey World League is renowned for giving every hockey-playing nation on earth a direct route to qualifying for the biggest international events.  x 42 More

  • Alex strikes the right note for role models

    Great Britain and England star Alex Danson is one of the best forwards in the game, but when the Great Britain and England athlete isn’t slotting the ball into the back of the net, she has a host of commitments that keep her busy.

    As one of UK Sport’s funded athletes, Alex Danson is expected to do a minimum number of six hours service to charities and projects in Great Britain but, last year, the 28-year-old spent more than 200 hours of her time visiting hockey clubs, speaking at seminars, supporting charities and coaching youth groups. She was praised by the chief executive of UK Sport, Liz Nicholls for her commitments and the fact that she puts in more hours of voluntary work than any other funded athlete in the UK.  The England and Great Britain star took some time out of her busy schedule to tell us a little about her work. Among the projects that Alex has thrown herself into are coaching days for juniors at local clubs, working with the FreFlyers team in some of East London’s most deprived areas, addressing the National Women’s Register on the topic of female role models, taking part in a marathon aerobics class for the MacMillan Cancer charity and speaking at the House of Lords...  x 11 More

  • San Diego set for Hockey World League

    Canada & Ireland favourites as men’s Round 2 event gets underway at the Chula Vista Olympic Training Center this Saturday

    The third of six Hockey World League Round 2 events gets underway in San Diego this weekend, with Ireland, Austria, Chile, Italy, Canada, Russia, Trinidad & Tobago and host nation USA doing battle in the California sunshine in the hope of landing a place in the Olympic qualifying phase of the competition. More

  • A good year for Ellen

    While Ellen Hoog may allow herself just a few seconds to reflect upon a hugely successful year, her focus is now on the future… and it is looking very orange

    For the Netherlands midfielder Ellen Hoog, 2014 was a good year. Over the course of 12 months, the 28-year-old was voted Best Player of the Tournament at the Hockey World Cup, became Amsterdam’s Sports Woman of the Year and then took the title, FIH Player of the Year. Currently, her trophy cabinet includes two Olympic Gold medals, two World Cup wins and a Hockey World League title, and she is now eyeing up a third Olympic gold in Rio 2016. FIH caught up with Ellen after her club side Amsterdam returned from a visit to Iceland. Qu: How did you feel when you were announced as the Player of the Year? EH: I felt really happy and honoured. 2014 was already a very successful year, so it was like a cherry on the cake to win this prize. All the success of 2014 has been a team effort so I’m very grateful to my teammates.   Qu: In a tremendous year for your team, what was the standout moment? EH: Just before the end of the match (the World Cup final), when we asked for a...  x 12 More

  • Another high performance from Powell

    Double gold medallist joins coaching elite, as FIH pushes for more top level female coaches.

    Katrina Powell has always pushed herself, two Olympic gold medals is testament to that. And now the former Hockeyroo is leading by example as she works her way to the top ranks of hockey coaching, with the ultimate aim of coaching a senior international team.  “I am forever asking more of my athletes and pushing them to be better, and so I must also ask the same of myself,” said Katrina. “The better coach, communicator and person I can be, the better I can assist them in obtaining their hockey and life goals.”  Katrina won her first gold medal in 1996, and played in two subsequent Olympic Games, winning her second gold in front of a home crowd at the 2000 Sydney Games. She represented Australia 252 times, scoring a tremendous 141 goals. Since retirement tom playing, she has been steadily working up the coaching ladder and is now one of the few women to hold the FIH High Performance Coach badge. Currently, Katrina is in charge of the New South Wales...  x 5 More

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