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World hockey to assess penalty corner dangers – but not before 2018 World Cups

World hockey chiefs will look into the possibility of changing penalty corner rules with players continuing to express fears over safety and serious injury. Narinder Batra, the International Hockey Federation president, said earlier this year that any potential ban wouldn't...

BT Sport to broadcast England Hockey’s 2018 World Cup hopes

BY THE HOCKEY PAPER England's bid to win next year's World Cups in London and India be broadcast by BT Sport, the International Hockey Federation announced on Thursday. The UK broadcaster will screen both the and women’s and men's World Cups...

World hockey set to discuss penalty corner issues

World hockey chiefs will look into the possibility of changing penalty corner rules with players continuing to express fears over safety and serious injury. Narinder Batra, the International Hockey Federation president, said earlier this year that any potential ban wouldn't...

World series format big shift for England and rivals, says FIH

By Claire Middleton The International Hockey Federation’s new global competition will mean England players travelling as far as Australia or New Zealand to play one meaningful match. The new nine-team format is going to move away from tournament hockey in favour...

Anne Panter elected to FIH athletes’ committee

Beijing and London Olympian Anne Panter is one of four electees to the International Hockey Federation (FIH) athletes' committee. Panter, a bronze medallist at the London 2012 Olympic Games, is the only one of the four elected who is not a...

Rules: FIH sweeps long sticks into touch

Hockey sticks will be limited to a maximum length of 105cm (41.3inches) at the 2014 World Cup. The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has moved to clamp down on the 'broom' stick used by Racing Club de Bruxelles and Belgian international Jeremy Gucassoff...

Loughborough University to work with FIH towards new complementary game of hockey

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has set up a partnership with Loughborough University looking at innovation in hockey. The FIH aims to use the expertise of the English university in both sport and business to further its strategic objectives and expand...

Rules: Field hockey to move to four, 15-minute quarters

The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has announced hockey will move from two 35-minute halves to four 15-minute quarters. The release from the governing body suggests this will be done via tournament regulations and will affect world-level events after the 2014...
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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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