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Indoor world cup starts Tuesday February 8

The indoor hockey world cup starts in Poznan, on Tuesday 8 February.
PUSH arrived in Poland on Monday morning. Unfortunately we couldn’t yet get access to the venue – so nothing to report on the arenas so far. Poznan is a beautiful open city with a fairytale central square and wide boulevards radiating out from the heart of the town. And it is mercifully quiet after London.

The indoor hockey world cup starts in Poznan, on Tuesday 8 February.
PUSH arrived in Poland on Monday morning. Unfortunately we couldn’t yet get access to the venue – so nothing to report on the arenas so far. Poznan is a beautiful open city with a fairytale central square and wide boulevards radiating out from the heart of the town. And it is mercifully quiet after London.
On the court, the tournament starts with Russia versus the USA (both in England’s pool B) at 12.30pm (11.30am UK). England face a tough opener against the Czechs at 4.15pm local time, with four indoor international debutants – Simon Mantell, Richard Alexander, Rob Moore and captain Barry Middleton taking to the court.
We’ll be Tweeting www.twitter.com/pushhockeymag and updating our Facebook page www.facebook.com/pushhockey live from Poznan all week – so friend us and follow us for all the latest.
Results etc should be coming through pretty sharpish on or indoor world cup microsite www.pushhockey.co.uk/events/indoor-world-cup

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