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News for 16 April 2024

All the news for Tuesday 16 April 2024
Pakistan Hockey Federation to send team to Malaysia despite bitter infighting

By Aftar Singh

Pakistan will take part in the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh from May 4 to 11. - NSTP file pic

KUALA LUMPUR: Two rival factions in the Pakistan Hockey Federation (PHF) are preparing separately to send a team to the Sultan Azlan Shah Cup in Ipoh from May 4 to 11.

Azlan Shah Hockey Cup: Pakistan Hockey Team's training camp begins in Karachi

(File photo)

The training camp for selection of Pakistan Hockey Team for Azlan Shah Hockey Cup began at Karachi today.

100 days to go until Paris 2024!

The clock continues to wind down until the Olympic torch relay reaches its destination in the Tuileries Garden, opposite the Louvre, signifying the start of the 30th Summer Olympic Games.

Olympic Games Records - Most Appearances

By Tariq Ali

The following is the list of the countries appeared in the Olympic Games for the most times in the field hockey event.

Men's Hockey
OG First Last  Countries
21 1929 2020 India
19 1928 2020 Netherlands
18 1928 2020 Spain
18 1920 2020 Great Britain
16 1956 2020 Australia
16 1948 2012 Pakistan
15 1920 2020 Belgium
15 1908 2020 Germany
  5 1968 1988 West Germany
13 1956 2020 New Zealand
12 1948 2020 Argentina
  9 1908 1972 France (The host for Paris 2024)
  9 1956 2020 Malaysia

Women's Hockey
OG First Last  Countries
10 1984 2020 Netherlands
10 1984 2020 Australia
  8 1992 2020 Germany
  2 1984 1988 West Germany
  8 1988 2020 Great Britain
  8 1988 2020 Argentina
  8 1988 2016 South Korea
  8 1984 2020 New Zealand

Privately owned league answers Black Sticks' wishes

Felicity Reid

Black Sticks during the international hockey match between New Zealand and Japan at the National Hockey Centre in Auckland. Black Sticks Photo: David Rowland

Why is hockey turning to private ownership and what will it mean for New Zealand's best players? Felicity Reid finds out.

EuroHockey Freestyle makes its pledge for International Hockey Day

The first EuroHockey Freestyle launched in spectacular fashion last week with over 5,500 fans marvelling at the skills of the three finalists at the Wagener Stadium, Amsterdam.

A leader promoting changes for the peace of children and youth in El Salvador.

Gerson Suárez currently leads the Salvadoran Hockey Federation (FESAHOCKEY). Graduated in Business Administration, he has been linked to the national sport since 2010, initially in high-performance rowing, competing until the 2015 Pan American Games in Toronto, where he achieved tenth place. His foray into Salvadoran hockey began in 2015 as part of an Olympic Solidarity project, participating in Indoor Hockey during 2016.

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