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Vale: Kevin Carton

It was sad to hear over the weekend of the passing of a man who had every right to be called the “Gentleman of Hockey,” Kevin Carton. I never saw Kevin play hockey, but grew to know the man when

More than a Numbers Game

Pakistan has never been a powerhouse Olympic nation. It has won just ten Olympic medals since first competing at the 1948 Games in London. Pakistan’s first medal came in field hockey at the Melbourne Olympic Games in 1956 when it

India Definitely One to Watch in Rio

Just over six months ago India had their first podium finish in a hockey tournament since 1982 when they won bronze at the Hockey World League finals. Suddenly there was talk as to whether the former powerhouse of World hockey

Lessons Not Learned

Why is it that some administrators continue to make rods for their own backs? A year ago Basketball Australia went against its own Governance processes and changed the National Wheelchair Basketeball League competition to a seven team competition and re-issued

Podcast #14 – Olympic Expectations and How Hard Gold is To Win

Our apologies that it has been a while between shows but we have had poor internet connections in India and bush fires in Perth to contend with, but finally John and Ashley were able to sit down and mull over

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