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Q: Why is it called Indian dribble in hockey?
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What is an Indian dribble in hockey?

An Indian dribble is when you push the ball rapidly right to left, left to right repeatedly.

In what year and at which Olympic games did the Indian hockey team use the Indian dribble?


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.

What is a hockey dribble?

stik handling

What is dribbling in field or ice hockey?

there is the Indian dribble, the zigzag, the speed dribble

How can you become a great or at least better floor hockey player in about a week?

Well just just practise the indian dribble and your hitting and practuse as much as you can and you will be great

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Who was called the father of Indian hockey?

Dhayan Chand

Skills and Techniques needed in Field Hockey Describe each skilland how to Complete each skill?

Indian Dribble This is technique is very important for all players on the pitch. To complete an Indian Dribble you must drag the ball to one side and then the other very quickly. This will cause confusion to the defender who you will be able to nip round. To make your dribble more effective, drag the ball a further distance when you perform this technique. Practise bring the ball from one foot to the other or try to do it at the length of a spare hockey stick.

While playing basketball if you pick up your dribble and then dribble the ball again what is it called?

if he did a pump fake it is fine, but if just stopped randomly dribbling then dribbled again it would be a unnecessary carry

What is it called when you use both hands to dribble a basketball?

double dribble