Thursday, October 28, 2021

Harry Gibson

GB Hockey’s Harry Gibson on wedding plans and Tokyo 2020

Team GB hockey hopeful Harry Gibson says he's had to dig deep to manage his mental health after the postponement of his wedding and the Olympic Games in the same year, writes Tom Harle. The goalkeeper was making final preparations...

GB Hockey’s Harry Gibson on coronavirus and uncertainties

Great Britain goalkeeper has three stoic principles for living through unpredictable times Three months ago, none of us saw this coming. We were all going about our business, revelling in our new year's resolutions, preparing for the year ahead as usual....

Maddie Hinch calls FIH rules ‘ridiculous’ as Australia gain points

Maddie Hinch, the Great Britain goalkeeper, lambasted the Pro League rules after inclement weather in Sydney forced their encounter with Australia to be cancelled - and double points awarded to the hosts. It proved a fruitless Sunday for GB teams...

Every field hockey hit needs a target and repetition for success

Opinion Of the many highlights that the 2019 FIH Pro League provided, few can rival Germany’s third goal against Great Britain in their clash at Lee Valley. Indeed, if you are reading this somewhere quiet, then wander outside or open...

England Hockey Championship finals: Hampstead & Westminster’s day to savour

By The Hockey Paper | Lee Valley What a history-making weekend for Hampstead & Westminster. On Saturday, the club marked 125 years since coming into existence. On Sunday, the women won promotion to the top flight for the first time - galloping...

England men opt for youth in Hockey World Cup medal hunt

England will vye for their first men's World Cup medal for 32 years with new coach Danny Kerry entering his second showpiece tournament in five months and the belief that his fresh-faced side can "threaten" the world's best in...

Showboating or dazzling skill? Alan Forsyth shows ‘unpredictable’ side with Surbiton shoot-out heroics

His shoot out strikes may have got lost in the ticker tape if Hampstead & Westminster had held on for a famous League Finals win. But Alan Forsyth, the league's top scorer for a third straight year, was able to...

Great Britain put men’s hockey back on track with thrilling Azlan Shah Cup victory over Australia

By The Hockey Paper staff Great Britain 4 (Forsyth 8, Goodfield 11 & 43, Willars 33) Australia 3 (Ockenden 28, Pollard 34, Wotherspoon 48) Great Britain lifted the Azlan Shah Cup for first time since 1994 after beating Australia, the defending champions,...
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