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  • Do England have the bounce-back factor to hit gold?

    Both England men and England women have been through trials and tribulations in the past two years. Will the Champions Trophy prove a happy hunting ground?  x 8 More

  • Euro Hockey League blasts back into action

    Kampong, Köln, Daring & Arminen complete KO16 line-up with strong displays in Barcelona

    The Euro Hockey League, returned to action at the weekend, with Barcelona’s Pau Negre Stadium playing host to a star-studded Round 1 competition. More

  • First European FIH Hockey Academy course

    In partnership with the FIH, the European Hockey Federation delivered the first European FIH Hockey Academy Level 1 Coaching Award course in Greece this month.  x 2 More

  • Golden age of umpiring

    An historical moment for hockey as three umpires were honoured at the Asian Games in Incheon.  x 53 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

  • Schedule released for the men and women’s Indoor Hockey World Cup 2015, Leipzig, Germany

    FIH have released the pools and match schedule for the men and women’s Indoor Hockey World Cup 2015, Leipzig, Germany  x 133 More

  • Australians go in search of double gold

    FIH speak to Graham Reid and Adam Commens

    Coaching the world number one men’s team and world number two women’s team must be as good as it gets as a hockey coach, isn’t it? We spoke to Graham Reid and Adam Commens to find out more.  x 12 More

  • Double joy for Trinidad & Tobago in Kingston

    Hockey World League Round 1 - Kingston, Jamaica (Men & Women)

    It was a cracking weekend for the international teams of Trinidad & Tobago (T&T), as the men and women emerged victorious at the Hockey World League Round 1 event in Kingston, Jamaica. Both teams finished top of the standings in their respective competitions, ensuring a safe passage through to Round 2 and keeping alive the dream of achieving qualification for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.  In the men’s competition, T&T were given a stern test by Dominican Republic in their opening match, being held to a 2-2 draw before earning a bonus point by winning the shoot-out 2-0.  Victories over Barbados (3-1) and Jamaica (3-0) were enough to guarantee top spot for T&T. T&T’s Akim Toussaint scored four of T&Ts eight competition goals, earning him the Tournament Top Scorer award.  To find out more information about the men’s tournament in Jamaica including results, scorers and tables, click here. In the women’s competition, T&T...  x 18 More

  • Eastern Promise: The Asian Challenge

    Two great hockey rivalries will resume at the Champions Trophy. India and Pakistan men both have high hopes of a medal in Bhubaneswar, while the Japanese and Chinese women’s teams will be battling for honours in Mendoza.  x 6 More

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