International

Oltmans quits Malaysia with Revington in line as coach

By Richard Bright Paul Revington, who recently quit as GB women’s elite development programme coach, is in line to replace Rolant Oltmans as Malaysia …

Psychologist Andrea Furst praised for GB Hockey women’s turnaround

By Rod Gilmour GB women’s sports psychologist who played a signficant behind-the-scenes role as Team GB won Rio 2016 gold has been praised for the …

Katie Glynn and Zak Jones join GB Hockey ahead of Tokyo 2020

By Rod Gilmour Great Britain Hockey has landed two notable coups after New Zealander Katie Glynn and Welshman Zak Jones were announced on Wednesday as …

Hockey New Zealand chief resigns as high-profile exits continue

By Cassie Worth New Zealand hockey has been thrown into further turmoil after Ian Francis quit his role as chief executive – the fourth high-profile …

Hockey Olympians used in secret project to trial energy substance

By Rod Gilmour Great Britain hockey Olympians were used as ‘guinea pigs’ in a behind-closed-doors UK Sport project trialling a ketones-based drink …

FIH outlines face mask recommendations for recreational hockey return

By Rod Gilmour World hockey says that grass-roots sides should have enough individual face masks at penalty corners to avoid sharing when the game returns …

FIH Hockey Pro League set for September restart

The FIH Pro League is set to return in September after a seven-month hiatus following the coronavirus pandemic. Germany hosting Belgium on Sep 22 will kick …

Hockey World Cups, dodgy Olympic qualifiers and nightclub exploits

 Claire Middleton looks back at four hockey controversies down the years Call me a naïve Corinthian but I reckon sport should be a good thing; fun, a …

Great Britain hockey ‘return to school’ after lockdown training

There were school-like ‘first day back’ images and jokes about missing satchels as Great Britain’s hockey players were back at Bisham HQ for …

Power game ‘will continue to lead to hockey collisions’

The faster, stronger nature of the current world game may be a boost to the sport, but it will also result in more collisions and injuries, according to Nicola …