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Men’s hockey Chief Coach joins National Camp

Bengaluru, April 22: Newly-appointed Indian men’s hockey team Chief Coach Graham Reid has joined the on-going National Camp at the Sports Authority of India, Bengaluru Campus. Reid arrived here April 20 and got down to business soon after as he addressed the

Men's hockey Chief Coach joins National Camp

Men’s hockey Chief Coach joins National Camp

Bengaluru, April 22: Newly-appointed Indian men’s hockey team Chief Coach Graham Reid has joined the on-going National Camp at the Sports Authority of India, Bengaluru Campus. Reid arrived here April 20 and got down to business soon after as he addressed the players and explained to them his expectations as a team. “I am settling

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New women hockey players very talented: Rani Rampal

New Delhi, April 22: Rani Rampal, Indian women’s hockey captain, believes the women hockey scenario has changed in the recent past and the interest being shown by the new generation will further help in development of the game in the country. Talking to IANS, she said, “The scenario has transformed in the past couple of

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India eves beat Malaysia 1-0, win hockey series 5-0

India eves beat Malaysia 1-0, win hockey series 5-0

Kuala Lumpur, April 11: The Indian Women’s Hockey Team remained unbeaten through the 5-match bilateral series as they clinched the fifth match with a 1-0 win against Malaysia here on Thursday. It was Navjot Kaur’s fine field goal in the 35th minute that helped India win the match, coupled with good defending that ensured they

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India thrash Poland 10-0 in Azlan Shah hockey

India thrash Poland 10-0 in Azlan Shah hockey

Ipoh (Malaysia), March 29: With their final berth already sealed, India toyed with Poland and thrashed them 10-0 in their final group stage game of the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup here on Friday. With four wins and a draw, India lead the six-team league table with 13 points and a goal difference of +18. India will

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Hockey India Coaching Education Pathway launched

Hockey India Coaching Education Pathway launched

New Delhi, March 22: In an effort to develop coaches from the grassroot level and enable them to meet the requirements and the ever-growing demands of international hockey, the sport’s governing body in India on Friday launched the Hockey India Coaching Education Pathway. The meticulously designed programme aims to provide certification to those candidates who

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India to face Japan in Azlan Shah Cup opener

India to face Japan in Azlan Shah Cup opener (Preview)

Ipoh (Malaysia), March 22: India will take on the 18th Asian Games gold medallists Japan in their opening encounter at the 28th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup here on Saturday. Despite being plagued by a series of injuries, the most recent being the nose fracture suffered during a practice match by Gurjant Singh who has returned home,

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India eye gold in Azlan Shah Cup hockey

India eye gold in Azlan Shah Cup hockey

Bengaluru, March 18: Ahead of the Indian mens hockey teams departure for the 28th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh, Malaysia, skipper Manpreet Singh and his troops expressed their eagerness to compete in the first marquee event of the year. India begin their campaign against Japan on March 23 and will be looking to continue their

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Azlan Shah Cup will test our youngsters: Surender

Azlan Shah Cup will test our youngsters: Surender

Bengaluru, March 13: India vice captain and reliable defender Surender Kumar feels the experience gained by the youngsters in the upcoming 28th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup 2019 will be beneficial for the team in the FIH Men’s Series Finals, slated to be held in Bhubaneswar this June. India will be fielding a young squad at

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Gurbux backs India to play Pakistan in international meets

Kolkata, Feb 27: With the Hockey Series Finals under the scanner in the wake of India-Pakistan tension, former India captain Gurbux Singh feels it’s a “shame” that players aspiring to take part in Olympics might have to suffer because of the deadlock, and insists that India should play Pakistan in international events and thrash them.

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RSPB crowned champions of senior women's Hockey Nationals

RSPB crowned champions of senior women’s Hockey Nationals

Hisar (Haryana), Feb 18: The Railway Sports Promotion Board (RSPB) were crowned champions for the sixth straight time after they outclassed Hockey Madhya Pradesh 5-0 in the final of the 9th Hockey India senior women Nationals at the Astroturf International Stadium here on Monday. A brace each from Neha (12th minute, 16′) and Navneet Kaur (25′,

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