The National Associations of India and Uganda are the winners of this year’s FIH 2018 Olympic Day Awards, which were presented on 3 November 2018 during the 46th FIH Congress in New Delhi. The Awards recognise Sport for All activities undertaken by FIH stakeholders on the occasion of Olympic Day, celebrated each year on 23 June. In 2018, 60
FIH unveils ‘Hockey2024’, a new global development strategy Craig-Rousseau, Safoa King, Green & Shahbaz elected to FIH Executive Board Results of Athlete Committee elections also revealed New Delhi, India: The 46th FIH Congress, where some 250 delegates from all over the world gathered to discuss crucial matters regarding the global status and popularity of hockey, has
It was a night of celebration for many of the sport’s hardest working promoters and representatives on Thursday 1 November 2018 as the International Hockey Federation (FIH) Honorary Awards took place at the Lalit Hotel in New Delhi, India. A wonderfully vibrant, colourful event containing a string of acts from the world of dance, music
Some 250 delegates from all over the world gather in New Delhi, India, this week, for the 46th Congress of the International Hockey Federation. The Congress is the supreme body of the FIH and meets every second year. This is where strategic decisions are made for the development and governance of hockey globally. While the Congress
Day four of the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games saw more teams qualify for the Quarter-Finals of the men’s and women’s Hockey5s events in Youth Olympic Park. For all the day 4 results, click here. In the women’s event, Australia, China and Poland qualified from Pool B. Reigning champions China beat fellow qualifiers Australia this
Namibia women recorded a famous victory in the second day of play at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games as they defeated Australia 4-3 in a late morning thriller. For all the day 2 results, click here. Captain Kiana-Che Cormack inspired her team with two goals whilst Joane van Rooyen and Taramarie Myburgh also grabbed
5 October 2018 Australia men aim to make it three successive wins China women seek to defend 2014 title Argentina’s Head Coach seeks to repeat double medal success Buenos Aires, Argentina: The men’s and women’s hockey events at the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games get underway this Sunday, 7 October, in Argentina’s capital city.
As AfHF received no entries for the 2nd President’s Cup scheduled for 19-26 Nov. 2018 in Uganda, this is to announce that the 2nd President’s Cup will not take place & that both Uganda’s Men & Women teams are 2018 President’s Cup winners.
August 9, 2018 Hosts Argentina joined by 11 other nations in men’s and women’s events Every continent represented in Hockey5s competition Hockey5s taking place between 7 and 14 October in Youth Olympic Park The International Hockey Federation (FIH) has confirmed the 12 women’s and 12 men’s teams that will participate in the Buenos Aires 2018
August 7, 2018 Dutch remain world’s best team, a position they have held since 2011 Silver medallists Ireland biggest climbers as they rise to eighth Spain seventh following historic bronze win Following their Vitality Hockey Women’s World Cup London 2018 win last weekend, Netherlands remain the world’s number one women’s team in the FIH Hero