Category Archives: FIH

Japan men win gold in Jakarta

  • Japan beat Malaysia in men’s final to win first ever gold in the men’s hockey event at the Asian Games
  • India take bronze after close encounter with Pakistan
  • Result means another Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games qualification event will take place at the end of 2019

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Kumar the hero as Malaysia stun India to reach final

MALAYSIA’S men’s hockey team stunned defending champions India in the semi-finals to inch closer to an early ticket for the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. Continue reading Kumar the hero as Malaysia stun India to reach final

Goal scoring record smashed as India, Japan, Pakistan and Malaysia qualify for semi-finals of 18th Asian Games men’s hockey competition

  • India and Pakistan top Pools A and B respectively
  • India record highest number of goals scored by a team at an international competition
  • Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games qualification on offer

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Goalkeeper Briggs, Captain Gonzalez Announce Retirement from USWNT

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. – August 22, 2018 – After competing at the 2018 Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup in London, U.S. Women’s National Team goalkeeper Jackie Briggs (Robesonia, Pa.) and captain Melissa Gonzalez (Mohegan Lake, N.Y) have formally announced their retirement from the senior squad. The duo joined the USWNT in 2010 and have been staples of the red, white and blue roster for nearly a decade. Together, the pair combined for 425 international caps and several moments of shock, cheer and success on the pitch. Continue reading Goalkeeper Briggs, Captain Gonzalez Announce Retirement from USWNT

Vila snatches winner for Mannheim 14 seconds from time

Mannheimer HC got their German league season off to a great start as Lucas Vila scored 14 seconds from the end of their tie with potential top four rivals Harvestehuder THC in a 2-1 win. Continue reading Vila snatches winner for Mannheim 14 seconds from time

Kampong and Cox start new era with lots of fresh faces

SV Kampong coach Alexander Cox says he is “interested to see” how his new look panel stands up to the rigours of the new Hoofdklasse season following the retirement of four key stars. Continue reading Kampong and Cox start new era with lots of fresh faces

Comprehensive win for Indian women over holder Korea

Not too long ago, the Indian women’s hockey team was firmly entrenched at fourth spot in the hierarchy of Asian teams Continue reading Comprehensive win for Indian women over holder Korea

Netherlands storm to gold and records get re-written at Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup London 2018

  • Netherlands win eighth title with stunning final performance

London: Relentless and magnificent. The Netherlands have absolutely owned the Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup since their opening 7-0 scoreline against Korea. Continue reading Netherlands storm to gold and records get re-written at Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup London 2018

Brave Hockeyroos Suffer Shootout Heartache

Sunday 5 August 2018 | The Hockeyroos have cruelly missed out on a spot in the 2018 Women’s World Cup final in a penalty shootout after fighting back for a brave 1-1 draw with the Netherlands in Sunday morning’s (AEST) semi-final in London. Continue reading Brave Hockeyroos Suffer Shootout Heartache

Ireland Continue To Rewrite Their Record Books

London: The second lowest ranked team in the competition will take on the world number one team and reigning champions in a fascinating final of the Vitlaity Hockey Women’s World Cup. Continue reading Ireland Continue To Rewrite Their Record Books