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  1. Aussies & Black Sticks dominate at Commonwealths

    Oceania representatives show their class but nothing is won yet

  2. Hockey teams announced for Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games

    180 athletes from 20 teams across 16 nations will fight for Gold medals

  3. FIH introduces Indoor Hockey rule changes

    Move designed to make the sport even more dynamic

  4. World Cup heroes gear up for Glasgow

    Aussies red hot favourites for golden double at Commonwealth Games

  5. Double glory for England at Investec London Cup

    Host nation take the titles in first tournament at Lea Valley’s impressive Olympic legacy facility

  • Perfect performance from Russia leads to victory in Croatia

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    Russia and Switzerland qualify for Hockey World League Round Two

    Maximum points from four games was enough to secure Russia an emphatic victory in the Hockey World League Round One and to cement their bid to re-emerge as a leading player in field hockey after a 24-year absence from the top competitions. More

  • World Cup wrap-up

    As the Hockey World Cup at The Hague becomes a memory, we say goodbye to three of the sport's superstars

    The Hockey World Cup is over for another four years and, like all sporting cycles, its ending means saying goodbye to some of the people who have lit up the international stage in recent years. We take a quick look at three greats of the game.  x 124 More

  • Good news for Irish Hockey

    A million euro grant is welcomed by hockey clubs in Ireland

    The Irish Hockey Association has received €1,134,775 in capital funding across 13 club-based applications. The announcement was made by the Minister of State for Tourism & Sport Michael Ring who announced a total of €40.5 million in grants for 880 sports projects across the country.  x 3 More

  • Hockey opens its doors to all abilities

    Disability hockey attracts more than 100 youngsters on opening weekend of hockey celebrations

    It is not simply the elite hockey players who are enjoying the limelight in The Hague over this World Cup fortnight. It was fantastic to witness more than 100 youngsters with some form of physical disability taking part in a special tournament at Cartouche Hockey club over the opening weekend of the hockey celebrations.  x 6 More

  • Hockey stars promote healthy living

    New initiative in Singapore kickstarts active lifestyle

    Sports lovers of all abilities will be able to take part in a wide range of sporting activities through a new initiative – ActiveSG. The Singapore sports programme, for which 30,000 people activated their membership on the first day, offers learn-to-play sessions, modified games and social leagues. Its motto is "Live Better Through Sport".  x 3 More

  • Spooky Nook provides world class home to USA hockey

    From pretzels to pitch development, new home for hockey fulfills giant sporting ambitions

    USA hockey has a new home that is genuinely world class and fulfills its developer's vision as a place where people who are passionate about hockey can gather. So impressed was FIH President Leandro Negre on a recent visit that he declared it was a place where he could "stay and never leave."  x 910 More

  • Spectacular World Cup takes hockey to new heights

    Spectacular World Cup takes hockey to new heights   To learn more about all the details of the Rabobank Hockey World Cup 2014, check out the Infographic below.    x 20 More

  • Game, set and match – hockey is aced by tennis

    Hockey is in Roger Federer's genes. Unfortunately tennis netted him first

    Tennis star Roger Federer was always going to be good at sport, it was just a question of which one. While his father, Robert, senior was a member of a football club, FC Widnau, his mother was an all-round athlete, and her passion was… hockey.  x 28 More

  • It's Swiss time in the Hockey World League

    Swiss go on 11 goal scoring spree, while Croatia hit half dozen

    The men's Hockey World League Round One kicked off in Croatia today at the Zagreb town of Sveti Ivan Zelina, and Switzerland and Croatia made the early running. Five teams are contesting the title, and there is an extra frisson to all the Hockey World League events, because it is conceivable that a team with a low FIH World Ranking could get their very own fairytale ending and end up in Rio for the 2016 Olympics.  x 2 More

  • Belarus take top spot

    Lithuania, Belarus and Ukraine qualify for World Hockey League Round Two

    At the end of the second women's Hockey World League Round One competition, Belarus won all three of their games to emerge as the overall winners of the competition, thus booking their place in Round Two. More

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