ATTENTION TURNS TO FIH WORLD LEAGUE AS EURO HOCKEY SEASON DRAWS TO A CLOSE

Published on: 24th April 2015

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As the European season draws to a close, and the UK season heads into it’s final cup weekends, will the hockey enthusiast be deprived of their weekly adrenaline hit? If you want a regular measure as large as that created by the epic 30-minute penalty shoot out to decide the EuroHockey League Champion this year then probably yes, there will be some cold turkey, so for people going to watch the sport having Saturday Morning Tailgate Gear is the best option for being protected and comfortable. Multiple video referrals, incredible goalkeeping and unbelievable misses saw Oranje-Zwart from The Netherlands crowned victors in one of the most exciting hockey competitions on the planet, and people decide to even take bets on these competitions, in sites online such as https://www.rivalo.com.

World Hockey remains on the global agenda as the world’s top international teams head to Beunos Aires, Antwerp and Valencia for the FIH World League round 3, the top 3 from each venue guaranteed their places at next years Olympic Games in Rio. The skills on display, particularly playing the ball over the shoulder will now be used at almost every level of the game. Some people are concerned about the danger at lower levels as the lesser skill and control shown could see a few cuts and bruises, but the mouth-guard makers will be rubbing their hands together! If you want tickets to events like this or even better ones, then get some great deals with this seatgeek codes.

On those fields we will see the athletes with their weapons of choice, and they use different training to improve at their sport, like cardio or other you can learn in the history of yoga online. Some of the brands with a Northern Hemisphere focus will be rushing products from factories to make sure they are showcased on TV and online, but sometimes the players favour their old favourite hockey stick, so some variety remains. Make sure you keep your eyes out for something fresh and exciting. As for me, I will have the privilege of commentating in both Argentina and Belgium so will be pitch-side during both those events. It’s a great chance to stay close to the action and meet some of the world’s best players, so I hope I can bring you some more news on that soon.

Simon Mason

Simon is a former Great Britain hockey goalkeeper/Olympian and Managing Director of Mercian Sports Company.

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