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2014 Hockey World Cup Men’s pool A: Focus on Australia

The World Cup in The Hague will mark the end of an era for Australian hockey. Revolutionary coach Ric Charlesworth announced in March he will leave his post after the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, which follow the World Cup,...

Nutrition: Hockey Issues looks at food

We all know what’s on the cards for teas when we play at home, which is why away games are that much more exciting. The anxiety of not knowing what will be served up after the game can lead...

Museum Piece: The problem with hockey’s history is that the goalposts keep moving

I wrote the first piece for this magazine just over a year ago in February 2013. Much has happened at the National Hockey Museum since then as, weekly, the operation gets bigger. A couple of personal items or collections...

First Amongst Equals: Growing old (dis)gracefully between the posts

Age, as all us positive thinkers know, is just a number. Just a number that reflects our progress along the road to decline, decay, and inevitable death. Nothing to get gloomy about. Age has been on my mind lately. I...

Hockey four quarters: Where is the pressure to make changes coming from?

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced its latest rule change to be used in international hockey. Matches will now be split into four 15-minute quarters with timeouts for penalty corner setup and after goals. The mathematicians among you will...

Australia name Hockeyroos squad for the 2014 World Cup

Hockey Australia. has named an 18-player women's squad for the 2014 World Cup with just just seven of the squad that finished fifth at the 2010 World Cup and nine of those that represented Australia at the 2012 Olympic...

Surbiton women complete league-cup hockey double

Surbiton ended a remarkable season by adding the Investec women’s cup to their league championship in a comfortable 7-1 victory against a battling Hampstead & Westminster side at Highfields, Nottingham on Saturday. The league champions got off to a flying start...

Fürste targeting a World Cup return

We had written off German midfielder Moritz Fürste for the 2014 World Cup, but news from Germany says he is is starting the final phase of rehabilitation for a knee injury suffered in March. The 29-year-old former player of the year tore...

Canada’s preparation for the Champions Challenge

Field Hockey Canada is producing a series of behind-the-scenes videos charting the progress of their men's and women's sides. Here is the first: http://youtu.be/oscqGwt7rqw . It covers the men's preparations and departure for the Champions Challenge in Malaysia.

Hockey World Cup: TV deal locks UK internet viewers out

UK fans hoping to watch the hockey World Cup free on the internet will have to think again. Sky Sports will be broadcasting all of England's matches plus the finals live into the UK and Ireland and those matches will...
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Final teams secure berths for men’s Hockey World Cup 2023

The 16 teams for the 2023 men's World Cup have now been confirmed following results at the ongoing Asia...
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