Saturday, May 18, 2024

Respite for reserves as Tokyo Olympic hockey rules relaxed

Olympic hockey teams in Tokyo will be able to call upon their two playing reserves after competition rules were relaxed across five sports just three weeks out from the start.

The Hockey Paper understands that the FIH sent a missive to squads on Friday and competing nations can now use the 17th and 18th squad members, who were previously only able to play if injuries occurred from the original 16-strong selections.

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