Sunday, June 26, 2022

Disability Hockey

‘There are so many lessons to be learned from growth of Flyzerz and ParaHockey’

ParaHockey in the UK is booming - and is already set to beat its target of 50 Flyerz clubs up and running by 2023 - as the sport sets its sights on a future World Cup for the sport. One...

F1 great the driving force for parahockey goalie

Niki Lauda, the late Formula One great, proved the catalyst in driving England's towering goalkeeper Rob Johnson to an emotional medal at the Euro ParaHockey Championships two years ago. In 2017, Johnson's life was in danger after the 6ft 8in...

Is your club parahockey active?

The Hockey Paper hears from Libby Nichols on ParaHockey’s aims in the UK What is your role at Access Sport? I work on our disability inclusion team as the project manager for Flyerz Hockey. What is Flyerz hockey and who is it...

ParaHockey aims for Asian interest to spark movement

Norman Hughes, the 1984 Olympian and 1992 GB Olympic coach, is one of the key figures behind the ParaHockey movement. As the sport makes strides, so he wants more Asian nations to start competing in events before the sport can...

Why clubs should offer more ParaHockey

By Richard Bright The founder of disability hockey at Surbiton HC is calling on clubs across the country to embrace the sport. ParaHockey supporters have tried to make ground with world hockey chief's during the last few years in a bid...

Anglesey junior hockey threatened by council’s pitch demolition

  By Richard Bright Anglesey is under threat from the prospect of no junior or school hockey matches being played on the Welsh island. Anglesey Council is replacing the astroturf pitch in Llangefni over the summer, with a 3G rubber crumb pitch...
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UK summer hockey camps: Williams Hockey Coaching

The aim of Williams Hockey Coaching is to give players, no matter what their level or age, a clear...
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