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  • Home advantage?

    Can the Netherlands turn orange to gold?

    When it comes to the Hockey World Cup, the Netherlands have a proud history. The men's team have won the title three times – in 1973, 1990 and 1998 – and been runners-up twice, while the women's side has taken the gold medal on an impressive six occasions, the last being in 2006.  x 5 More

  • Tobias is on top of the world

    Two Olympic Gold medals and FIH Player of the Year, no wonder Tobias is a happy Hauke

    This week's player profile is the German superstar and FIH Player of the Year, Tobias Hauke. The 27-year-old midfielder has been a stalwart of the German team since 2006 and was a central figure in the teams that won Olympic Gold medals at both Beijing 2008 and London 2012.  x 4 More

  • Keeping it in the family

    With two months to go until the Rabobank Hockey World Cup, Belgium star Jill Boon explains her love of the game

    Jill Boon was always destined to be an international hockey player. Her mother, Karin Coudron, was an international player, while her uncle Marc Coudron played 356 times for the Red Lions. Add sibling rivalry into the mix, courtesy of current Belgium international Tom Boon, and Jill was always going to wear the Belgium shirt.  x 69 More

  • The great outdoors or the great indoors?

    Is Germany's continued success outdoors down to its emphasis on the indoor game?

    Tobias Hauke believes that indoor hockey is one of the best ways to hone your hockey skills for the outdoor game. The FIH 2013 Player of the Year is part of a hugely successful German squad that has dominated world hockey events over the past two decades and one of the medals that stands proudly alongside his collection of Olympic gold medals is the Indoor Hockey World Cup gold medal that the German team won in 2007.  x 43 More

  • England's Theodorou honoured at 51st Torch Trophy Trust Awards

    Pani Theodorou, the driving force behind Waltham Forest HC’s youth disability section, Forest Flyerz, was recently honoured for her work at the 51st Torch Trophy Trust Awards. More

  • Coach Karen's missing medal

    Can England move out of the bronze age at the Rabobank Hockey World Cup?

    Karen Brown is England and Great Britain's most capped player, with 355 caps to her name and a raft of medals in her trophy cabinet. However, the one trophy that eluded the England women's assistant coach is a medal of any colour from three Hockey World Cups.  x 4 More

  • Charlesworth's final flourish

    Kookaburra's coach announces retirement after Rabobank Hockey World Cup and Commonwealth Games

    "When I was coaching the Hockeroos in the 90s, we changed the coaching environment." So said Ric Charlesworth as he attended a press conference announcing his planned retirement from the game following this year's World Cup and Commonwealth Games. Coming from anyone else, the words might sound boastful, but in Ric's case, it is true.  x 7 More

  • Heroes and household names

    As excitement mounts for the Rabobank Hockey World Cup, fans were treated to a hockey extravaganza earlier in this World Cup year

    The international hockey stage traditionally has the World Cup, the Olympics, the Champion's Trophy and the Commonwealth Games, but if it is to attract a larger global audience, then hockey needs to appeal to a new group of fans, and this means turning top players into household names.   More

  • A Weise approach to the game

    With three Olympic gold medals to his name, the German coach is an experienced campaigner at the top level

    With just over two months until the start of the Rabobank Hockey World Cup, we caught up with German coach Markus Weise to ask him how preparations were coming along for the second-ranked men's team.  x 2 More

  • Next door neighbours looking to grab World Cup honours

    Both the German men and women are hoping to make it a World Cup treble

    The second-ranked men's team and sixth-ranked women's teams from Germany always pose a threat at any major hockey tournament, although it is the men's team, who are current Olympic Champions, who are most likely to bring home the medals. More

  • Australia seal unprecedented eighth title with 8-3 win in Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2014
    Australia seal unprecedented eighth title with 8-3 win in Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2014
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    Kookaburras signal World Cup intent

    Australia remain unbeaten and win unprecedented eighth title at Sultan Azlan Shah Cup

    The final day of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2014 saw Australia confirm their position as number 1 ranked team in the world. After getting through the round robin games without losing a game and only conceding 3 goals – while scoring 31 goals – the Kookaburras finished their campaign with an 8-3 victory over fellow World Cup nation Malaysia. More

  • What a drag

    Jacko's high speed corners may power England to medal glory

    The 26-year-old midfielder has been a permanent fixture in the England team since his debut in 2006 against the Netherlands. Able to deliver drag flicks at penalty corners that reach speeds of 120km/h, Jackson, who has 157 international caps and has scored 86 international goals, will be a key-player in an England team that is hoping for medals in the Rabobank Hockey World Cup. More

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