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News for 31 January 2022

All the news for Monday 31 January 2022

2022 Pan Am Cup - Finals
Santiago (CHI)

All times GMT -4


30 Jan 2022 14:30     CAN v USA (3rd - 4th place)     3 - 1
30 Jan 2022 17:00     ARG v CHI (Final)                       5 - 1


29 Jan 2022 16:00     CAN v USA (3rd - 4th Place) 1 - 0 Canada qualify for the World Cup
29 Jan 2022 18:30     ARG v CHI (Final)                  4 - 2

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Pan American Cups - Day 12 - Men

Medal Games

Gold Medal: Argentina    (Photo: Worldsportspics)

Men - Final - Argentina vs. Chile: 5-1

Argentina and Chile met in the Final of the 2022 Pan American Cup at the Prince of Wales Country Club in Santiago de Chile, in front of a full stadium, as the day before for the women's Final. The experienced Argentine team was ready to show their superior class, while Chile wanted to show that they should also be respected, especially at home in front of their fans.

Argentina clinch third consecutive title at Men's Pan American Cup

By Liam Morgan

Argentina are Pan American hockey champions for the fourth time after beating Chile in the final ©Getty Images

Argentina clinched their third straight Men's Pan American Cup title with victory over Chile in the final in Santiago as Canada beat the United States to claim the last available place at next year's Hockey World Cup.

Canada wins bronze medal with 3-1 revenge win over USA

Red Caribou deliver gritty third place performance to close out Pan Am Cup

Feature photos/Oscar Munoz Badilla

It was sweet revenge on the pitch today for the Red Caribou as they avenged their pool-play loss to USA and claimed the Pan American Bronze Medal.

Canada Tops USMNT Behind Three Goal Quarter in PAC Bronze Medal Match


SANTIAGO, Chile – Up against a familiar opponent, the No. 22 U.S. Men’s National Team met No. 13 Canada in the 2022 Pan American Cup (PAC) bronze medal match. After USA took the lead in the second quarter, Canada responded with three

2021-22 FIH Pro League (W) - 31 January

Sultan Qaboos Complex, Muscat

All times GMT =$

31 Jan 2022 15:00     CHN v IND (RR)    
01 Feb 2022 15:00     CHN v IND (RR)    

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Pool Standings

Rank Team Played Wins SO Win Draws SO Loss Losses Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference Points
1 Netherlands 2 2 0 0 0 0 5 1 4 6
2 Belgium 4 2 0 0 0 2 5 6 -1 6
3 China 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 England 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Spain 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 United States 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 India 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
3 Argentina 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
9 Germany 2 0 0 0 0 2 1 4 -3 0

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China set for Hockey Pro League return after two-year hiatus

By Liam Morgan

China will make their return to the Hockey Pro League after an absence of more than two years ©Getty Images

China will make their return to the Hockey Pro League after an absence of more than two years with a doubleheader in the women's competition against India in Oman.

Indian women embark on their Elite journey today


Indian women’s hockey team make an important milestone in their glorious history today. They will be playing their maiden FIH Pro-League match today at a neutral venue. They were questionably denied the honour of playing the prestigious league by their own national body, Hockey India till Tokyo happened. By their stellar show at Tokyo Olympics that stunned the hockey world, the Indian eves had forced Hockey India to no longer deny their rightful place in the elite echelon. For some reasons, India is fielding only men’s team from the second edition onwards, after withdrawing from the inaugural number. The mistake is being corrected today with the Indian eves entering the elite field at Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex, Oman.

After Asia Cup bronze, India shift focus to FIH Hockey Pro League 2021/22

India won the bronze medal in Asia Cup after beating China 2-0 in the third-place match.

India's stand-in skipper Savita during the Asia Cup. Image: Hockey India

Muscat: The Indian women's hockey team will look to build on its bronze medal-winning showing in the Asia Cup when the side makes its debut in the FIH Pro League, chief coach Janneke Schopman and captain Savita said on Sunday.

MHC plan for 2026 Asiad semis

By Jugjet Singh

THE Asia Cup dust has yet to settle, but the Malaysian Hockey Confederation (MHC) are already planning for their women to reach the Asian Games semi-finals.

Gulf women keen on Hockey, hit the turf, as OHA and AHF play catalyst


Meet Maram Al Bahri, a student in Sultan Qaboos University, Muscat, doing a five-year course in Physical Education. She’s a footballer, representing Basher FC and trains in Muscat. She watched a hockey match for the first time ever – an international at that – at the recently concluded Women’s Asia Cup. “I only watched hockey on videos in bits and pieces before that,” Maram said.

Wimbledon waltz to emphatic first national indoor title on unforgettable Super 6s Finals Day

Wimbledon delivered a blistering exhibition of wall-to-wall hockey to blow away East Grinstead and clinch their maiden indoor national title on Super 6s Finals Day at the Copper Box Arena.

East Grinstead crowned women's Super 6s champions on thrilling day of action in London

Ellie Rayer helped fire East Grinstead to a memorable women’s Super 6s title as the Sussex side battled to a 4-3 victory over Repton at the Copper Box Arena.

Rampant Wimbledon race to first national title at England Hockey Super 6s

By Rod Gilmour

Wimbledon produced one of national final's biggest wins PIC: England Hockey

COPPER BOX ARENA — Talk about fine lines in indoor hockey. With 90 seconds left of the men’s Super 6s semi-final, the season’s top scorer, Surbiton’s Jamie Golden, broke clear, swiveled and punished East Grinstead on the break. Surbiton were seconds from the final.

Clydesdale Western retain Sccottish Division One Championship

Clydesdale Western retained their division one crown in perfect fashion, they were the only side to finish the campaign with an 100% record after seeing off Edinburgh University, rivals for the title Watsonians, and finally Grove Menzieshill in a gruelling three-game session.

Pegasus through to final four as Trinity, Corinthian, C of I and Lurgan land first EYHL2 wins

Lucy McKee, left, and Alex Speers scored two goals each. Pic Adrian Boehm

Pegasus advanced to the semi-finals of the women’s Irish Senior Cup with a dominant performance against Muckross at Grange Road, prevailing 6-1 in the end.

KHC Dragons and City of Birmingham win EuroHockey clubs of the year

Victory fuel: City of Birmingham HC celebrate PIC: Mark Woodward Photography

Dutch and English clubs are celebrating after winning the EuroHockey large and small clubs of the year.

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