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Dec 12, 2017
Hockey World League Final 2017: Successful tournament raises Bhubaneswar’s status as sporting hubBhubaneswar was filled with hoardings welcoming the Hockey World League Final. At the stadium the crowds swelled and yelled, even when India were not playing.
Dec 09, 2017
Hockey World League Final: Argentina coach Carlos Retegui slams FIH over 'unfair' scheduling of matchesThe hectic scheduling in the ongoing Hockey World League (HWL) Final came in on for sharp criticism from competing teams, especially Argentina whose coach Carlos Retegui said he would take up the matter with the International Hockey Federation (FIH).
Dec 03, 2017
FIH optimistic about Pakistan's participation in next year's Hockey World Cup in IndiaIndia and Pakistan share one of the fiercest rivalries in world hockey and the international federation does not want to miss out on the chance to cash in on a high-voltage contest during next year's senior men's World Cup.
Nov 23, 2017
Five-a-side mixed team hockey gets thumbs-up from players but concept not Olympics-bound anytime soonWhile Hockey India CEO Elena Norman said the national federation were looking at expanding the concept, FIH president Narinder Batra said it would not be at the Olympics at least till 2032.
Nov 14, 2017
Hockey World League Finals: FIH ties up with YouTube for broadcasting tournamentThe YouTube agreement will supplement coverage being provided to over 150 countries through existing broadcast partners.
Nov 07, 2017
India hockey coach Sjoerd Marijne says team will remain at No 6 unless they improve ball-intercepting skillsHockey coach Sjoerd Marijne on Tuesday warned that India will always remain at number six in the world rankings if the players don't improve their ball-intercepting skills.
Oct 22, 2017
Hockey Asia Cup 2017: China secure maiden World Cup qualification; South Korea fail to make showpiece eventChina's place was confirmed on Saturday when South Korea drew 1-1 with Malaysia in the Asia Cup in Dhaka, a result which put the Malaysians into the final against India.
Oct 21, 2017
Hockey's winners cartel: Will dominance of European countries kill competition in the sport?Outcomes in hockey have become so predictable that the game is drawing the fans away. Hockey has winners and losers, but few climbers and fallers.
Oct 20, 2017
Hockey needs to step out of cricket and football's shadows; FIH's plan for revolution may be the answerThe effort to take hockey to every doorstep has given rise to a 'hockey revolution', launched at the 2014 FIH Congress. This 10-year aggressive marketing strategy aims to make hockey “big, bold and loud”.
Oct 16, 2017
Gender equality in hockey is a work in progress; women players still given the cold shoulderWhen the Indian junior women’s team won a bronze medal in the 2013 World Cup, the story soon disappeared from the media. In contrast, India’s gold medal in the junior men’s World Cup in 2016 received strong media coverage.