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  1. Korea women take first Asian Games Gold since 1988

    Hosts secure automatic place at Rio 2016 Olympics with victory over China

  2. 2014 Asian Games: World awaits epic men’s final

    Eternal rivals India & Pakistan to fight it out for Olympic berth

  3. HWL R1 Preview: Hockey World League heads to the Caribbean

    Road to Rio: Hockey World League R1 - Men & Women - Kingston (JAM)

  • Hosts Korea to face China in Incheon women’s final

    Host nation Korea claimed a 3-1 win over India to set up a Gold medal clash with China at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon.
    Host nation Korea claimed a 3-1 win over India to set up a Gold medal clash with China at the 2014 Asian Games in Incheon.
    (Photo: Asian Hockey Federation)
    Japan & India will dispute Bronze medal match at Asian Games

    In two very close women’s semi-final encounters, China and Korea came out on top against Japan and India at the Asian Games in Incheon on Monday (29th September). Thailand took 7th place with a win over Hong Kong, while Singapore secured victory over Sri Lanka to come 9th in the men’s tournament. More

  • 2014 Asian Games: Malaysia & India men burst into the semi-finals

    India men (blue) reached the Asian Games semi-finals with a 2-0 win over China on Saturday in Incheon, Korea.
    India men (blue) reached the Asian Games semi-finals with a 2-0 win over China on Saturday in Incheon, Korea.
    (Photo: Asian Hockey Federation)
    Pakistan & Korea finish pool play unbeaten in Incheon, Korea

    In Saturday’s two big decider games, Malaysia defeated Japan and India slipped past China to join the pool winners Pakistan and Korea in the top four.  x 4 More

  • Mrs Virginia Ross becomes an Honorary Life Member of the Hockey Association of Zimbabwe

    At the Annual General Meeting of the Hockey Association of Zimbabwe (HAZ) on the 19th September, Mrs Virginia Ross (Ginny) was made an Honorary Life Member of the HAZ.  x 3 More

  • Braving the elements in Glasgow with HRH Countess of Wessex

    Presenting the medals at the Commonwealth Games Men’s Hockey final was not for the faint hearted as Leandro joined HRH Sophie, the Countess of Wessex, in the pouring rain and wind in Glasgow last month. The Countess was however, in great spirits during the ceremony and photos of the group braving the elements, were printed in the UK press. Leandro is delighted to have since received a letter on the Countess’s behalf thanking him for the FIH scarf he presented her with.    x 2 More

  • Asia rising to challenge

    Incheon leads the way as Fairweather calls for 200 countries to play hockey

    With FIH chief executive officer Kelly Fairweather calling for "200 countries" across the world to take up our sport, the hockey federation in Asia is rising to the challenge.  x 2 More

  • Thinking outside the square – Charlesworth's unique approach

    “A leader in the hockey world” says FIH President

    As a player Ric Charlesworth was recognised as one of the best in the world: as a coach he took both the Australian women’s and men’s teams to Olympic, World Cup and Champions Trophy glory, as well as countless other competitive wins during a coaching career that spanned 21 years.  x 14 More

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