newshockey3 days ago

All teams competing in the Asian games are important for hockey coach Harendra Singh

Coach of Indian men’s hockey team Harendra Singh is leaving no stone unturned for the prestigious Asian games which kicked off in a grand way yesterday. Defending champions India will be expecting to clinch gold in the games which will give them a direct entry to the Tokyo Olympics 2020.
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newshockey3 days ago

Asian Games 2018 | Defending champions India vanquish Bangladesh 7-1 in first warm-up game

The Indian men’s hockey team has thrashed Bangladesh 7-1 in a warm-up game to enter the Asian Games on a positive note. India, who were the champions in the last edition in 2014 at Incheon, are aiming to defend the title in order to gain the momentum before the year-end World Cup at home.
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newshockey6 days ago

Sardar Singh beats Virat Kohli's Yo-Yo test score

Ahead of the Asian Games, Sardar Singh has thrashed Virat Kohli's yo-yo test score by scoring 21.4 which is well ahead of the cricketer's score of 19. The test has been a controversial one in India after Yuvraj Singh, Suresh Raina, and recently Ambati Rayudu were sacked for failing the test.
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newshockey8 days ago

Asian Games | We are favourites to win gold this year, reveals PR Sreejesh

PR Sreejesh is of the opinion that the Indian hockey team are the favourites to win gold at this year’s Asian Games in Jakarta which will also secure a spot for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo. No team has ever won back-to-back gold at the Asian Games, If India win they will be the first to do so.
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newshockey8 days ago

It only feels like yesterday, says 94 yr old Olympic gold medalist, Balbir Singh

94-year-old Indian gold medalist, Balbir Singh has stated that winning the gold medal at the 1948 Olympics, feels like an event that took place yesterday. He also stated that winning a gold medal against India’s once colonial masters was highly patriotic and out of the world feeling for him.
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newshockey11 days ago

Harendra Singh no less than any foreign counterparts, assert Sardar Singh and Manpreet Singh

Senior Indian hockey players, Sardar Singh and Manpreet Singh are delighted to have Harendra Singh as the Indian coach stating that he is no less than his foreign counterparts. They went on to add that his appointment has removed the language barrier between the players and the coaching staff.
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newshockey12 days ago

World Cup result has raised our self confidence, reveals Sjoerd Marijne

Indian women's hockey coach, Sjoerd Marijne has claimed that his team is high on confidence ahead of this month’s Asian Games despite finishing eighth at the World Cup. Marijne added that his team were not looking for excuses after their loss and hoped to improve their game on the attacking front.
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newshockey14 days ago

Indian men climb to no. 5 in latest hockey rankings; women to rank no.9

Indian Men’s Hockey team have earned themselves the fifth rank in the latest FIH rankings that were released today. Even though, the Indian women’s team couldn't hold a podium finish at the Hockey World cup, they managed to earn the ninth place in women’s hockey rankings ahead of the Asian Games.
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newshockey19 days ago

Women's Hockey World Cup | Ireland end India's campaign in penalty shootout

India bowed out of the Women's World Cup against Ireland in a penalty shootout that ended 3-1 in favour of the Europeans. Both teams failed to score a goal in regulation time and only India's Reena Khokhar was able to score in the shootout as India return home empty handed again.
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newshockey21 days ago

Exclusion from Commonwealth Games’ squad was a shocker, reveals Sardar Singh

Sardar Singh has revealed that he was shocked from the Indian Hockey team after being excluded from the squad for the Commonwealth Games earlier this year. Sardar has been a part of the Indian team for the past twelve years and has appeared in 300 matches with sixteen goals under his belt.
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