Sunday, July 21, 2024

World hockey CEO Thierry Weil to quit FIH

Thierry Weil, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) chief executive, has resigned from his role over personal reasons, The Hockey Paper can disclose.

Weil has already informed the FIH board of his decision which will end his near six-year tenure as world hockey chief in which he had attempted to make the sport more visible and relevant.

His impending exit follows the resignation of Narinder Batra, who left his position as FIH president last July.

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  1. Good riddens. Didn’t see how he improved hockey in his tenure. Pro league is a mess. Less involvement of hockey playing nations outside the pro league.


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