India combining Asian and European style hockey: Walsh

A dismal ninth-place finish in the World Cup notwithstanding, Indian coach Terry Walsh chose to see the brighter side and said that the team is trying to mix the Asian and European styles of hockey that can be troublesome for the rivals.

Dutch aiming at golden double in hockey World Cup

With both their men`s and women`s teams marching into the semifinals, Australia, Argentina and the Netherlands would be eyeing the golden double when the last-four stage of the FIH Hockey World Cup is played out over the next two days here.

Netherlands storm into World Cup hockey semifinals

Olympic silver medallists The Netherlands stormed into the men`s hockey World Cup semifinals with a runaway 7-1 victory over South Africa at the Kyocera Stadium.

Holders Argentina, USA lead semifinal race in women`s World Cup

Defending champions Argentina and the United States lead the race for semifinal spots in women`s hockey World Cup after posting impressive wins in Group B here today.

World Cup: Holders Australia stay on course for semifinals

Defending champions Australia stayed on course for the semifinals of the men`s hockey World Cup with an assertive 3-1 victory over European Cup silver medallists Belgium at the Kyocera Staium here today.

Hockey World Cup: England stay in semifinal hunt with 2-0 win over Malaysia

England played tactical hockey to overcome a strong challenge from Malaysia with a 2-0 win and stay in contention for the semifinals of the men`s World Cup here today.

Extremely disappointing to lose close matches: Sardar Singh

India captain Sardar Singh hoped his boys would bounce back against Spain Wednesday following back-to-back losses against Belgium and England after conceding last minute goals in the FIH Hockey World Cup.

Argentina shock Olympic champions Germany in World Cup hockey

Argentina turned the form book upside down with a stunning 1-0 upset of reigning Olympic champions Germany in men`s hockey World Cup at the Kyocera Stadium here today.

Hockey World Cup: India crash to second successive defeat via another late goal

India crashed to their second defeat in the men`s hockey World Cup by conceding a late goal yet again to go down 1-2 against England at the Kyocera Stadium here today.

Hockey WC: Olympic champions Germany drub South Africa 4-0

Olympic champions Germany today kickstarted their campaign to reclaim the World Cup title with a 4-0 drubbing of South Africa at the Kyocera Stadium here.

India coach Walsh critical of national camp being held in Delhi

Indian hockey team`s chief coach Terry Walsh today lashed out as the national probables` preparatory camp for the upcoming World Cup is being held in searing capital heat instead of cooler confines in any other part of the country.

Hockey World Cup: India concede last-minute winner to Belgium

India`s shaky defence conceded a goal 15 seconds from the hooter to go down 2-3 against Belgium in their opening game of hockey World Cup at the Kyocera Stadium, here today.

Need to keep a check on Belgium`s Tom Boon: Sardar

India captain Sardar Singh feels his team`s success in the tough hockey World Cup opener against Belgium tomorrow will largely depend on keeping opposition hit-man Tom Boon under check.

Hockey Word Cup: India look for a solid Cup start against confident Belgium

Injury-hit India will be seeking to reverse the tide of their recent encounters against Europe`s rising hockey powerhouse Belgium in the World Cup opener at the Kyocera Stadium tomorrow.

India beat South Africa 4-1 in final practice game ahead of WC

A spirited India defeated South Africa 4-1 in their final practice game to round off their warm-up campaign ahead of the hockey World Cup on a positive note here.

Important for India to start well in World Cup: Onkar Singh

Onkar Singh, member of the 1975 World Cup-winning national hockey squad, feels it is important for the Indian team to win the first two games to gain momentum in the FIH World Cup starting on May 31 in Hague, Netherlands.

Players showing significant improvement: Terry Walsh

Indian hockey team`s chief coach Terry Walsh feels his players have shown significant improvement ahead of the FIH World Cup to be held in The Hague, Netherlands from May 31.

HI to felicitate the living legends of 1975 WC winning team

Continuing with its initiative of recognising the efforts of players who have brought laurels to the country, Hockey India (HI) will felicitate the greats, who won the only World Cup for India in the year 1975 at Kuala Lumpur, on May 14.

Gurbaj, Mujtaba return; Sandeep ignored for Europe tour

Experienced Gurbaj Singh and Danish Mujtaba today made a comeback to India`s 21-member men`s hockey team for this month`s preparatory tour to Europe ahead of the FIH World Cup to be held at The Hague, Netherlands from May 31 to June 15.

Gurbaj, Mujtaba return; Sandeep ignored for Europe tour

Experienced Gurbaj Singh and Danish Mujtaba today made a comeback to India`s 21-member men`s hockey team for this month`s preparatory tour to Europe ahead of the FIH World Cup to be held at The Hague, Netherlands from May 31 to June 15.

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