Charlesworth and Caldas are FIH 2014 Coaches of the Year

  • FIH 2014 Men’s team Coach of the Year – Ric Charlesworth
  • FIH 2014 Women’s team Coach of the Year – Max Caldas
FIH 2014 Coach of the Year Ric Charlesworth and Max Caldas

FIH 2014 Coach of the Year Ric Charlesworth and Max Caldas

16 January 2015: The International Hockey Federation (FIH) is delighted to announce the winners of the inaugural FIH 2014 Coach of the Year.  Ric Charlesworth has won the Men’s team Coach of the Year and Max Caldas has been awarded the Women’s team Coach of the Year. Continue reading →

FIH announce the winners of the FIH 2014 Player of the Year

  • FIH 2014 International Players of the Year – Mark Knowles and Ellen Hoog
  • FIH 2014 Goalkeepers of the Year – Jaap Stockmann and Joyce Sombroek
  • FIH 2014 Rising Stars of the Year – Gonzalo Peillat and Florencia Habif

15 January 2015: The International Hockey Federation (FIH) is delighted to announce the winners of the FIH 2014 Player of the Year Awards.

The Awards comprised six categories in the search for the very best players in the world during 2014.  A shortlist was compiled for each category by an expert panel of hockey professionals.  And then the voting began. Continue reading →

Kookaburras Captain Knowles Named International Player of the Year

Australian men’s hockey captain Mark Knowles has been named as the sport’s International Player of the Year for 2014. In the award was announced by the International Hockey Federation (FIH) on Thursday, Dutch superstar Ellen Hoog has been unveiled as the women’s International Player of the Year for 2014.

Mark Knowles Australia Kukaburras Captain

Mark Knowles (Australia Captain) named International Player of Year for 2014

The International Goalkeeper of the Year titles were dominated by the Netherlands players as Jaap Stockmann and Joyce Sombroek took the respective titles. While, previously called the Young Player of the Year, the International Male and Female Rising Stars of the Year both went to Argentina with Gonzalo Peillat and Florencia Habif scooping the Awards respectively.

The 30 year-old from Rockhampton, Queensland, topped the polling after leading the Kookaburras to dual gold medal success as Australia clinched the World Cup and Commonwealth Games titles within six weeks of one another. Continue reading →