The International Ice Hockey Federation is the name of the governing body that oversees ice hockey events. It is also known as the IIHF and consists of at least 70 members.
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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)
FIFA is the governing body of international soccer, not hockey!!
Hockey was removed from the Olympic schedule in 1924, for lack of an single international governing body. It was reinstated at the 1928 Amsterdam 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.
The International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), which oversees Olympic hockey, has 68 member countries. However only 12 top nations played in the 2010 Olympic Hockey tournament. In the past, the number of countries participating in any given Olympics ranged from 7 to 16.
Roller Hockey International was created in 1992.
Roller Hockey International ended in 1999.
International Hockey Federation was created in 1924.
In field hockey, FIH stands for Federation Internationale de Hockey (International Hockey Federation) and is the ruling body of international hockey.
You can win a gold medal in hockey only by playing hockey. There are two kinds of hockey events: ice hockey (winter) and field hockey (summer).
International Hockey Hall of Fame was created in 1943.
The motto of International Hockey Federation is 'FairPlay Friendship Forever'.
International Professional Hockey League was created in 1904.
International Ice Hockey Federation was created in 1908.
International Junior Hockey League was created in 2005.
They aren't specialized in many sports their sports are cricket and field hockey and that's really it
There is a governing body for each sport that oversees the selection of the team for that sport. That body will organize a qualifying competition shortly before each Olympic games. The top finishers of that competition will then be vetted by the governing body to assess their readiness to compete in the Games. They have the final say over who's on the team.
Comité International Roller In-Line Hockey was created in 1994.
Roller Hockey International - 1994 was released on: USA: 1994
Superior International Junior Hockey League was created in 2001.
Pacific International Junior Hockey League was created in 1965.
Kootenay International Junior Hockey League was created in 1969.