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Q: How do you zigzag dribble in fireld hockey?
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What is the difference between loose and close dribble in field hockey?

well a loose dribble in hockey is when you dribble the ball at least 30 cm in front of you and a close dribble is when the ball is practically touching our feet as you run.

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