In Field Hockey, FIH stands for Federation Internationale de Hockey (International Hockey Federation) and is the ruling body of international hockey.
International Hockey Federation
Australia won the 2010 FIH Hockey World Cup and Argentina won the FIH Women's World Cup.
It depends on the type of hockey. For field hockey, it is the International Hockey Federation (FIH). For ice hockey, it is the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF)
Drug abuse is extremely rare in field hockey; there are almost no cases recorded in the history of the FIH.
Answer: Field Hockey rules are complex, as you can imagine, all sports are. For a full breakdown of the rules and how they came about please visit the Field Hockey Governing Body website (FIH) The link below will take you to the FIH Websites dedicated rules page, there you may find various documents which will help you better understand the rules of field hockey.
the FIH approved Kookaburra Elite Mk II has 356 dimples
The FIH Rules Board is the committee of FIH that decides which rules of hockey will be altered, removed, added or trialled each time it revises the rulebook. The next revision/edition will be for the 2009-2010 seasons, as they are done every two years in the periods leading up to each World Cup and Summer Olympics.
Field hockey was removed from the 1924 Games because there was no single international governing body for the sport. It was replaced to the Olpympics in 1928 when the FIH had been founded.
There are 127 playing-member nationsof FIH
Field Hockey rules are complex, as you can imagine, all sports are. For a full breakdown of the rules and how they came about please visit the Field Hockey Governing Body website (FIH) The link below will take you straight to the rules pages.
There are 127 playing-member nations of FIH (International field Hockey Federation), among them famous are Australia, Germany, India, Pakistan, Spain, U.S.A., Argentina, Netherlands, England, Japan, Korea and Malaysia.
The FIH website is a good place to start; it has links to most of the national associations and they normally have player profiles, in addition to the profiles sometimes featured on the FIH site itself. You could also try the official EHL website and find links to individual clubs, then look for player information there.
National Hockey League
CBA stand for Cool but and
In hockey GR stands for Games Remaining
The FIH website is a good starting point, as are your national and local associations' ones. Other sites include companies that produce hockey equipment and apparel. There are also many forums and Q&A sites devoted solely to the sport. Some may be found at the related links.
The A on the hockey jersey simply stands for Assistant or Alternate Captain.
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