Skipper Rani Rampal struck the solitary goal as the Indian women's hockey team recorded a 1-0 win over Great Britain in its fourth match of the ongoing tour on Tuesday
Skipper Rani Rampal scores twice as Indian women's hockey team begins New Zealand tour with 4-0 victory
Skipper Rani Rampal struck twice as the Indian women's hockey team started its first tour of the Olympic year with a confident 4-0 victory over New Zealand Development squad.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: India men and women's hockey teams clubbed with defending champions and world no 1 teams in Pool A
India have been clubbed along with defending champions Argentina and world number one side Australia in Pool A of the 2020 Tokyo Olympics men's hockey competition.
An 18-member women's hockey team was announced by chief coach Sjoerd Marijne, which saw the Dutchman retain the players who represented India in their preparatory tour of England earlier this month.
Indian Hockey goalkeeper PR Sreejesh says successful tour of Belgium will boost team's confidence ahead of Olympic qualifiers
Sreejesh said that the Indian hockey team showed in the Test event that it had the right balance and bench strength to put on a good performance at the Olympics
FIH Women's Series Finals: Coach Sjoerd Marijne remains one of the few constants in volatile Indian hockey
Sjoerd Marijne has seen plenty of ups and downs in his hockey stint in India: he's been the men's coach and then 'demoted' to the women's team. But recent success suggests time has changed but he hasn't - for the most part.
FIH Series Finals 2019: Assured of Olympics qualifier berth, India beat hosts Japan 3-1 to clinch gold medal
India scored three goals courtesy Rani Rampal and a brace from Gurjit Kaur to beat Japan 3-1. All three of India's goals came from penalty corners.
Women's FIH Series Finals: India secure place in Olympics qualifiers final round after 4-2 win over Chile
India came from a goal down to beat Chile 4-2 with double strike from Gurjit Kaur. Other scorers were Navneet Kaur and Rani Rampal.
Lola Riera (10', 34') continued her fine form with a double strike while the other goals came from Lucia Jimenez (19') and Carmen Cano (37'). India's only goal of the match was scored by Udita in the 22nd minute.
The Indian women’s hockey team were humiliated as four players had to sit on the floor of a train, after a TT was unable to confirm their tickets.
Indian women's hockey team dished out a disappointing performance to suffer a 1-6 thrashing at the hands of a rampaging Australia in their third fixture at the Rio Olympics.