Monday, June 24, 2024

Dutch hockey launches inquiry into ‘intimidating’ women’s programme

The Royal Dutch Hockey Association (KNHB) has launched an independent inquiry into the Oranje women’s performance programme. It follows reports of a negative environment and player unrest within the Olympic champions’ camp.

According to KNHB, the investigation aims to find out why reports of a negative culture have become more prevalent in the Tokyo cycle compared to previous major competitions.

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