Tuesday, June 22, 2021

Women's Hockey

Commonwealth Games Hockey 2014: England set-up semi-final with Australia

England pushed themselves into the semifinals of the Commonwealth Games men's hockey tournament with a 3-1 defeat of Canada at Glasgow Green on Thursday. They will now meet world champions Australia on Saturday to battle for a place in Sunday's...

Team USA sister act keep up the winning habit

The Reinprecht sisters were in the thick of things again as USA completed an undefeated passage through to the semi-finals of the 2014 hockey World Cup with a 4-2 win over South Africa today. Midfielder Katie scored a vital goal...

Hockey World Cup 2014: England women left stunned in the Hague

England are unlikely to reach the semi-final stage of the women's hockey World Cup after suffering their second straight defeat in the Hague today. The 3-0 loss to China leaves England with only slim hopes of finishing in the top...

Maddie Hinch perfect start: England’s new custodian on her blooming career

Has a goalkeeper ever taken to international hockey as quickly as Maddie Hinch? In her first season as England’s number one Hinch picked up goalkeeper of the tournament award in her first three major events – the World League...

Maddie Hinch: Goalkeeping – genes, culture or just lucky?

So, England has a new hero, or, rather, another new hero. George Pinner, keeper of the tournament at the World League Finals in January, is the second England goalie, after Holcombe’s Maddie Hinch, to have staked an irrefutable claim...

Hockey’s glass ceiling – only one female coach in a senior position at London 2012

Hockey's glass ceiling when it comes to senior coaching positions is highlighted by the fact that there is only one woman in a high-level hockey coaching role at the London 2012 Olympic Games – Great Britain assistant women's coach,...

Ric Charlesworth looking to add men’s Olympic hockey gold to collection

LONDON, 26 July - Australia coach Ric Charlesworth is aiming to complete his set of major championship victories in men's and women's hockey by adding London 2012 Olympic Games men's gold to his impressive collection of honours. As coach of Australia's...

Mental preparation will give Great Britain’s women’s hockey the ‘cutting edge’

Great Britain's women's hockey team are not just in peak physical condition but have developed the mental resilience to deal with the ups and downs of an Olympic Games tournament, according to coach Danny Kerry. A rigourous physical programme has...

Luciana Aymar feels like she is 20 again

Seven-time world hockey player of the year Argentina's Luciana Aymar says she is like a 20-year-old at her first Olympic Games. Aymar will be 35 on the day of the women's hockey final in London,  and Olympic gold is the...

Great Britain Hockey defeat Spain in Santander

SPAIN 1 (1)Pau Quemada 31 (PC) GREAT BRITAIN 2 (2)Jonty Clarke 11 (F)                   Barry Middleton 19 (F)              A lightning start and second half grit ensured Great...
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Alan Forsyth ready to be GB support act but unsure on future

Alan Forsyth says he will be a team motivator and ready for action if called upon at the Tokyo...
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