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  • 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
    (Photo: Budgie Sportsmedia)

    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

  • Twisting and turning to success at the Rabobank Hockey World Cup

    India strength and conditioning coach gets to the core of fitness

    Hockey India star Rupinder Pal Singh and conditioning coach Matthew Eyles demonstrate how to improve core strength and power in this latest in the series of hockey fitness videos. More

  • Dance floor divas, thai boxers and tongue-twisting tricks... it's England uncovered

    England women let down their guard and reveal behind the scene secrets

    Coach Jason Lee describes his players as "gutsy", but the new coach might be surprised to find that under the disciplined and committed veneer displayed by England women's squad as they prepare for the Rabobank Hockey World Cup, there lies a bunch of players with a passion for cheesy pop music and one amazing party trick.  x 4 More

  • (Photo: Grant Treeby)

    FIH announces format change set to improve hockey experience

    The FIH has announced changes to the structure of the game that will result in a higher intensity, faster paced and more exciting game of hockey.  x 5,481 More

  • Happiness is... playing hockey

    Can sport still make you happy when so much rests on each result?

    The link between physical activity and well-being has gained momentum in recent years, so to mark this year's Happiness Day, we thought we would take a look at whether playing a sport such as hockey can make you happy. Some of the players hoping to find happiness at the Rabobank Hockey World Cup spoke to us about why they loved playing hockey.  x 161 More

  • Stockey hits the heights of London

    The travelling mascot visits the place where it all began

    Hockey and London are no strangers. The modern game, with its structure, rules and competitions, was formalised in England through the public school, university and club scene, but it was in west London that the game developed the quickest. Teddington Hockey Club claim to be the first club side, founded when a group of cricketers were looking for a winter alternative to football. More

  • Busy timetable faces England's hopefuls

    Domestic league reaches climax before World Cup build up begins in earnest

    England men's and women's hockey teams have a busy few months as they prepare for the Rabobank Hockey World Cup. With a lot of squad changes since the 2012 Olympic Games, including a change in coaching staff for both teams, the emphasis has been on building and development. More

  • (Photo: fotografie frank uijlenbroek)

    Dutch hockey legend selected as role model for Youth Olympic Games

    Teun de Nooijer is to be one of 37 athletes chosen to be role models for tomorrow's sports stars

    Double Olympic gold medallist and hockey legend Teun de Nooijer has been selected as hockey's Athlete Role Model (ARM) for the 2nd Summer Youth Olympic Games, which are taking place 16-28 August in Nanjing, China. Teun is one of 37 ARMs chosen by The International Olympic Committee (IOC) from a list of athletes nominated by the 28 International Federations whose sports will feature at Nanjing 2014.  x 19 More

  • South African youth maintain unbeaten record to grab top spot

    Host nation Zambia qualifies for Youth Olympic Games

    South Africa and Zambia boys and girls teams have both qualified for the Youth Olympic Games to be held in Nanjing, China from 16-28 August this year.  x 6 More

  • Hopes high in the England camp

    Ranked third and fourth, the teams from England will have medal aspirations in the Hague

    England men's and women's teams will have high hopes of medals going into the group stages of the Rabobank Hockey World Cup, although both have the unenviable task of playing the reigning world champions in their pool matches.  x 3 More

  • Valencia and Auckland play host to Hockey World League

    Champions Trophy to return to the Netherlands

    Spain and New Zealand will host the women's Hockey World League Semi Finals and Finals in 2015 and 2017 respectively, while the Netherlands has been selected to host the men's Champions Trophy in 2018.  x 33 More

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