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newshockey19 days ago

We now have the experience to achieve bigger feats, admits Savita Punia

Indian women's hockey team star Savita Punia feels that they are now ready for bigger challenges, having already proved a point during the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. The eves narrowly missed out on a bronze medal in Tokyo, after displaying some extraordinary fightbacks in the show-piece event.
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newshockey3 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Hockey India names Rani Rampal as skipper of the women's team

Indian forward Rani Rampal has been appointed as the captain of the women's team for the 2021 Tokyo Olympics, with goalkeeper Savita Punia and Dee[ Grace Ekka named as vice-captains respectively. The Indian eves will begin their Olympics campaign against the Netherlands on July 24.
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newshockey3 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | Hockey India announces 16-member women's squad for the Games

Hockey India have announced the 16-member women's squad for the upcoming 2021 Tokyo Olympics, which begins on July 23. As expected, star striker Rani Rampal will lead the charge, while experienced players like Navjot Kaur, Navneet Kaur and Savita Punia were also named in the list.
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newshockey4 months ago

2021 Tokyo Olympics | We are not letting the current pandemic situation hamper our spirit, asserts Savita Punia

Indian women’s hockey team vice-captain Savita Punia asserted that they are not letting the current pandemic situation hamper the spirit ahead of the 2021 Tokyo Olympics. The Rani Rampal-led side will begin their quest for a maiden Olympic medal in Tokyo, against the Netherlands on July 24.
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newshockey2 years ago

FIH Olympic Qualifiers | Confident of qualifying for our second successive Olympics, asserts Savita Punia

One of the most experienced players in the Indian women’s hockey team goalkeeper Savita Punia is confident that they will qualify for their second consecutive Olympics. The women’s team will be up against the USA while the men’s team will take on Russia in their respective Tokyo Olympics qualifiers.
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newshockey2 years ago

FIH Olympic Qualifiers | Hockey India names 18-member women’s squad; Rani Rampal to continue as captain

Rani Rampal will continue as the skipper of the 18-mmber Indian women’s hockey team which will take on the USA in the two FIH Olympic Qualifier matches at the Kalinga Stadium, Bhubaneswar next month. Goalkeeper Savita Punia will be the vice-captain of the Sjoerd Marijne-coached unit.
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newshockey2 years ago

FIH Olympic Qualifiers | Hockey India names 22 players for senior women’s national camp

Hockey India has named 22 players for the upcoming senior women’s national camp to be held in Bhubaneswar from October 14 ahead of the FIH Olympic Qualifiers to be played next month. The players will report to chief coach Sjoerd Marijne at the Kalinga Stadium during the national camp.
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reporthockey2 years ago

Indian women’s team’s last game against Great Britain ends in draw

The Indian women's hockey team was held to a 2-2 draw by Great Britain in their last match of the England tour on Friday. Navjot Kaur (8') and Gurjit Kaur (48') scored the goals for the visiting Indian women’s side that ended the tour with one win, one defeat and three draws against Great Britain. 
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reporthockey2 years ago

Indian women’s team play out goalless draw against Great Britain

The Indian women’s hockey team played out a goalless draw against the hosts Great Britain in the third match of their Tour of England in Marlow, England on Tuesday after squandering five penalty corners. Both teams will face each other again on Wednesday, 2 October 2019 at 2000hrs IST.
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newshockey2 years ago

Hockey India announces women’s team for Olympic Test Event

Hockey India has named the 18-member Indian women’s team for the upcoming Tokyo Olympics 2020 Test Event which will be held in August. The Indian side will be led by Rani Rampal and Savita Punia has been appointed as her deputy for the tournament which will be played in Tokyo, Japan.
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