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Australia Beat India 3 -2 – Men Hockey Champions Trophy 2018

June 27, 2018

India clashed with Australia in the last edition of Men Hockey Champions Trophy 2018. The match was full of adventure and both teams played very well but at last Australian Champions won the game and defeated India with 3 -2. Here’s all you need to know about India Vs Australia, Champions Trophy 2018:- First Quarter:

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Women Hockey World Cup 2018 – Qualified Teams

February 20, 2018

FIH announced The list of qualified teams of Women Hockey World Cup 2018. Check out their performance record and there rank here: 1. Netherlands: No. 1 Team Netherland has the most impressive World Cup history. Netherlands won first at the first FIH Women’s World Cup in 1974 and they had a successful record of three

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Rio 2016 - Akashdeep Singh, Sardar Singh

Rio 2016: India Beat Spain 2-1 in Men's Hockey Warm-Up

August 3, 2016

Akashdeep Singh and Rupinder Pal Singh scored as the Indian men’s hockey team defeated Spain 2-1 in a practice match ahead of the Olympic Games here. Incidentally, the Indians had lost two practice games to Spain in Madrid before coming here, but on Sunday evening they played at a good pace and the goals came

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Indian Women Hockey team suffer another defeat in England

Indian Women Hockey team suffer another defeat in England

May 6, 2016

After a closely contested 0-2 loss at the hands of Great Britain A in the opening fixture of India’s preparatory tour of England on Tuesday, the Blueskirts were handed a thumping 0-6 defeat by the British first team, at Marlow, today. Not even for a brief moment throughout the game did the Indian team appear

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Sultan Azlan Shah Cup India beat Japan

Sultan Azlan Shah Cup – India beat Japan 2-1

April 7, 2016

Asian Games champions India came from a goal down to clinch an unimpressive 2-1 victory over hard-working Japan on the opening day of the 25th Sultan Azlan Shah Cup hockey tournament on Wednesday. Squandering a series of scoring chances created by defence-splitting crosses that sailed across the goalmouth, India managed to earn full points against

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Sikh Hockey Legend Balbir Singh Honoured in Canada

March 4, 2016

An Indian-origin Sikh hockey player was honoured in the Canadian province of British Columbia (BC), a media report said. Assistant deputy speaker of the B.C. Legislature, MLA Raj Chouhan, honoured 92-year-old Indian field hockey legend Balbir Singh in the House on Wednesday, The Voice reported on Thursday. “Madam Speaker it gives me a great pleasure

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Vote for Akashdeep Singh for Rising Star of the Year Award

December 23, 2015

It is an honor for India to have players like Akashdeep Singh. Indian Hockey player Akashdeep Singh is nominated among the top five names for the Rising Star of the Year 2015 Award. Now it’s our turn to make him the Rising Star of the Year, just visit http://www.fih.ch/global-stars/hockey-stars/2015/rising-star-of-the-year-award/ and vote for Akashdeep. Akashdeep Singh

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Indian Hockey Team Men Slide Down to 7th Position in FIH Rankings

December 21, 2015

Team Hockey India, jumped 2 positions up in the International Hockey Federation (FIH) rankings just a month back by reaching at the 6th position, but the team is coming down once again. In the latest top 10 rankings by FIH the bronze winning team(India) in the recently-held Hockey World League Final has slide down from

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Dabang Mumbai Got A New Coach Jay Stacy

December 16, 2015

Dabang Mumbai as a result of long wait got their new coach. The hunt of finding the perfect coach has ended on Jay Stacy. Australia’s three-time Olympic medallist and 1999 World Player of the Year Jay Stacy is appointed as the new coach of Dabang Mumbai for upcoming season. The team was waiting from last

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