September 19 - Leandro Negre (pictured), the President of the International Hockey Federation (FIH), has been promised fool-proof security cover when he visits Pakistan next month.
NEW DELHI will stage the 2010 Hockey World Cup despite the concerns over the security situation in India following the Mumbai terrorist attack, the president of the International Hockey Federation (FIH) said today.
SOUTH AFRICAN Paul Revington (pictured) will be tasked with leading Ireland's men's hockey team to the London Olympics in 2012 after being named as the new men's national coach today.
BRITISH HOCKEY, which produced one of the most inspirational Olympic stories of recent Games when, led by Sean Kerly (pictured), they won the gold medals at Seoul in 1988, have warned that preparations for London 2012 risk being compromised by the financial crisis.
THE National Hockey Stadium in Milton Keynes, built in the euphoria following Britain's gold medal winning performance at the 1988 Olympics in Seoul, is to be turned into a new, state-of-the-art centre for Network Rail.
AYAZ MAHMOOD, a member of the Pakistan hockey team that won the Olympic gold medals in 1984, has been given the task of trying to revive the country's fortunes for London 2012.
QATAR AIRWAYS have agreed a deal to become the title sponsor of the EuroHockey Nations Championships 2007 in Manchester, it was announced today.
BRITAIN'S top hockey stars will this weekend launch Great Britain's inaugural hockey super league in Edinburgh which is aimed at helping the players prepare for London 2012.
BRITAIN clinched a hockey gold at the Australian Youth Olympic Festival in Sydney today after a thrilling 4-2 victory over Australia in the women's final, but the men were beaten 7-6 in a penatly shoot-out.
EDINBURGH was today awarded the EuroHockey Youth Nations Championships 2007, an event that will feature many players who could compete in the 2012 Olympics.
DELHI will host the men's Hockey World Cup in 2010, a major event before the 2012 Olympics, it was announced today.
SPAIN'S Leandro Negre (pictured) has replaced Els van Breda Vriesman as the new president of the International Hockey Federation (IHF).
ENGLAND'S Martin Gotheridge (pictured) has been appointed as the new president of the European Hockey Federation (EHF).
ELS VAN BREDA VRIESMAN (pictured), who last month lost her position as president of the International Hockey Federation (FIH), has resigned from all her Olympic roles, she announced today.
Hilary Rose and Richard Beer have been jointly appointed as team managers for the England women’s hockey team until the end of the 2010 Commonwealth Games in New Delhi, it was announced today.