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  1. Going the extra distance

    How do hockey players measure up when it comes to covering the miles?

  2. Las Leonas send warning signal to opponents

    With six weeks to go, Argentina enjoy a perfect warm-up in Hawkes Bay

  3. Canadian teams dominates in Montevideo

    Men see off their next door neighbours and women dispatch Argentina to clean up at the Pan-American Indoor World Cup qualifiers

  • Three is the magic number for Marsha

    Influential South African leads her team in her third Hockey World Cup

    Marsha Cox (nee Marescia) has played more than 300 times for South Africa, including three Olympic Games and two Hockey World Cups. She made her debut in 2001 and was part of the squad that finished ninth in the Athens Olympics of 2004.  x 6 More

  • Updated mobile app is ready to roll!

    Latest version of Rabobank Hockey World Cup 2014 app brings you closer to the action

    The official Rabobank Hockey World Cup mobile app connects you to the latest news, the match schedule and information about participating countries. The latest version of the app, to be launched later today, will display the teams, players, a social wall and a tournament guide to all the venue activities. More

  • Playing hockey – got it nailed!

    Carpenters and coaches join forces to promote hockey in Tanzania

    Using local wood and an army of female coaches, a project in Tanzania is having a remarkable effect upon hockey in the east African country.  x 40 More

  • Venue announced for Hockey World League Round 3 in Belgium

    In 2015 the Royal Belgian Hockey Association (ARBH) will host the joint men and women’s Round 3 Hockey World League Semi-Finals. With qualification spots for Rio 2016 up for grabs, next summer’s event promises epic clashes and breath taking action that will leave its mark on hockey around the world. Today ARBH announced that the tournament will be held at the impeccable home of the KHC Dragons Brasschaat (   The ARBH also announced that its principal partner, Fintro will be the 'presenting sponsor' of the tournament.   Round 1 of the Hockey World League starts in June this year  x 20 More

  • Zambia gears up for Youth Olympic Games qualifier

    African nations battle for top two spots

    The host nation Zambia is all set to make its mark on the international hockey scene at the upcoming African Youth Olympic Qualifier.The event starts on 10 March and the final will be played on 15 March 2014 in the capital city Lusaka. South Africa, Kenya, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Zambia will be contesting for the two top slots to qualify for Nanjing Youth Olympics later this year.  x 21 More

  • 20,000 reasons to smile

    Young Fiji internationals receive cash boost before Youth Olympic Games qualifier

    THE national under-18 Fiji girls and boys hockey teams have 20,000 reasons to smile before their departure for the Youth Olympic Games (YOG) Oceania Qualifiers in the South Pacific Island of Vanuatu. A $20,000 donation from the Fiji National Sports Commission will help further develop young players as the nation continues to improve its international hockey reputation.  x 5 More

  • Food of champions

    Healthy eating is on the menu at the Rabobank Hockey World Cup

    Taking part in sport is a healthy activity, so why undo all the good work by filling up on greasy snacks after a game? Until now, Dutch sports club canteens have offered hungry hockey players little other than deep-fried fast food. So the Dutch hockey association is working with local farmers in an effort to make sure healthy snacks are a fixture on every sports club menu.  x 2 More

  • Meet Team Australia... will three be their magic number?

    The Hockeyroos and the Kookaburras have both won the World Cup twice. Can they make it a double treble in the Hague?

    Relaxed, aggressive and competitive. All words that can be used to sum up the Australian approach to sport, and all words that characterise why the green and gold of Australia has become synonymous with success at major hockey tournaments.  x 12 More

  • A never-ending desire to win

    Kath Johnson is one of many hockey players who have discovered a whole new world of competition at Masters level

    Kath Johnson quit the international scene in 2000 with 100 GB caps, 79 appearances for England, and numerous club honours and two years later she stopped playing hockey altogether. More than a decade later, Kath returned to both the national and international stage, playing for National league side Harleston Magpies and England O45s – an experience that has been "fantastic".  x 32 More

  • Lungile's legacy for Langa

    Hockey star's vision for a brighter future for township sporting hopefuls

    Lungile Tsolekile represented South Africa in the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and his story is one that symbolises modern South Africa. As a boy he grew up in the huge, sprawling Langa township on the outskirts of Cape Town. In 2008, he represented South Africa at the Beijing Olympics  x 18 More

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