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In a dramatic end to a successful tournament, India won silver medal and hearts of hockey fans throughout. India lost in the shootout to Australia after ending the game 0-0 at regulation time in their maiden appearance in the final of Hockey Champions Trophy 2016 in London. Earlier in the day, Germany edged past Great Britain to win the bronze medal thanks to a solitary strike from tournament top scorer Marco Miltkau. India entered the tournament as underdogs and using tournament for preparations of Rio Olympics and started on high note with holding Olympic Germany for 3-3 draw and defeated hosts Great … Continue reading →
With mix of experience and youth in team, India are ready Hero Hockey Champions Trophy 2016. And aiming to finish at podium in the Champions Trophy between 10-17 June at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park at London. Playing best of the world hockey including Australia, Germany, Great Britain, Belgium and Korea in marquee event of FIH, will be real test and chance for India to fine tune their preparations Rio Olympics 2016. In the Champions Trophy 2016, Defender Harmanpreet Singh, one of the outstanding performers from the team’s Silver Medal winning Sultan Azlan Shah Cup team, finds himself retained in the squad, and is joined by … Continue reading →
Hero Hockey Champions Trophy 2016 Queen Elizabeth Park, London (Great Britain) 10 – 17 Jun 2016 Participating Teams: Australia, Belgium, Germany, Great Britain, Korea Final Standings: 1. Australia, 2. India, 3. Germany, 4. Great Britain, 5. Belgium, 6. Korea Points Table of Hero Hockey Champions Trophy 2016: Team Played W L D GF GA GD Points Australia 5 4 0 1 14 7 7 13 India 5 2 2 1 10 11 -1 7 Germany 5 1 1 3 18 12 6 6 Great Britain 5 1 1 3 9 7 2 6 Belgium 5 1 2 2 9 12 … Continue reading →
World Rankings updated following conclusion of Continental Championships Australia men and Netherlands women remain top Venezuela men and Dominican Republic women biggest risers, India men climb 2 spots to 6th place The International Hockey Federation (FIH) released the latest World Rankings earlier today following the conclusion of all five Continental Championships. Men’s World Cup holders Australia and women’s Olympic and World champions Netherlands remain at the top of the FIH World Rankings. India jumped up two places into sixth as they look to enter the top five nations in the world, while the biggest rise in the men’s rankings saw Venezuela … Continue reading →
This weekend, Unibet EuroHockey Championships concluded at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London. Hosts England won the title in women’s category, and the Netherlands outclassed Germany to win men’s competition. Author: “The Hockey Fan”; Last updated on August 31, 2015 02:05 . … Continue reading →
Hockey India League (HIL) is conducting a fresh auction of players for the upcoming season of the League on September 17 at New Delhi. The six franchisee will bid for players from India, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, USA, England, South Africa, Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, Scotland, Malaysia, Japan and Korea to complete their teams. This is going to be 4th season of HIL, but still there are no teams from South India, either of Chennai or Bangalore should have had a franchise in the league by now. In the interest of the game and for increasing its reach, hockey hotbeds like Karnataka and … Continue reading →