Hockey Current Affairs - 2020

Argentina women’s team wins 2016 Champions Trophy title of Hockey

Argentina women’s team has won the 2016 Champions Trophy title of Hockey by defeating Netherlands. In the final match played at the Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre in London, UK,  Argentina women’s team defeated Netherlands by 2-1 goals. With this victory, Argentina women’s team has won the Champions Trophy title of Hockey for record Read More…

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Australia wins 2016 Champions Trophy title of Hockey

Australia has won the 2016 Champions Trophy title of Hockey by defeating India by 3-1 score. With this victory, Australia created history by winning the title for record 14 times. In the final match played at London (United Kingdom), both teams in regulation period failed to score goals. However in the penalty shootout Australia managed Read More…

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Lucknow to host 2016 Junior hockey World Cup

The Lucknow city of Uttar Pradesh is going to host the 2016 Junior Men’s hockey World Cup. Announcement in this regard was made by the International Hockey Federation (FIH). The Junior hockey World Cup would be held from 8th to 18th December 2016. The eleven-day long event will feature 16 teams. They include defending champions Read More…

India’s Durga Thakur Promoted as International Hockey Umpire

India’s Durga Thakur has been promoted to international outdoor umpire by the International Hockey Federation (FIH). She was promoted following her good performance at the recently-held Hawke’s Bay Cup in Hastings, New Zealand. About Durga Thakur Thakur had started her career as an umpire from the third Hockey India (HI) Sub-Junior Men & Women National Read More…

Australia wins 2016 Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Tournament

Australia has won the 25th edition of Sultan Azlan Shah Hockey Tournament 2016 for record ninth time. In the final match played at Ipoh, Australia defeated India by 4-0 goals. With this India settled at the second position and was followed by New Zealand (defending champion) at the third position. This was the second time Read More…