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Field Hockey

Field hockey matches take place on gravel, natural turf, or turf-covered turf, using a small, hard ball of 73 mm diameter. It is a popular sport among men and women in many regions such as Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and Argentina. Usually matches take place between teams of the same gender, but sometimes both men and women can also play in the same team.

The governing body is the International Hockey Federation (FIH). Men’s hockey has appeared in every Summer Olympics since 1908 except in 1912 and 1924, while women’s hockey has been around since 1980.

Grass hockey sticks are made of synthetic material from wood, fiberglass or carbon fiber. J-shaped rods with hook-shaped tail; the front part of the hook-shaped part used to control the ball has a flat shape and the back has a convex shape. All strokes are reserved for right-handed people – backhand sticks are not allowed to be worn during competition.

Ice Hockey

Ice hockey or ice hockey is a competition between two players that use ice skates, which takes place on a flat ice rink, using a circular disc made of vulcanized rubber with a diameter of three inch (76.2 mm) called puck. The puck is often left in icy temperatures before high-level matches to reduce bouncing and reduce ice friction. Popular sports in North America and Europe. It is the most popular subject in Canada, Finland, Latvia, Czech Republic, and Slovakia. Ice Hockey is also the national sport of Latvia the national winter sport of Canada. Ice hockey is played at many levels, at all ages.

The governing body for international competition is the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF). Ice hockey has been held at the Winter Olympics since 1924, as well as participating in the 1920 Summer Olympics. Female hockey has been added to the 1998 Winter Olympics. National Hockey League ( NHL) is considered the largest professional league tournament in the world. The rules at NHL are a little different from the rules at the Olympics. [Citation needed] The international ice hockey law was enacted based on Canadian rules in the early 1900s.

L-shaped hockey sticks, made of L, made of wood, graphite or composite with a net can stick close to the ice surface when the player holds the stick upright and can legally bend both left and right.

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