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Tue
18
Feb
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What is in Push Issue 47?

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Cover interview: How Maddie stopped the world

England's number one goalkeeper talks frankly about adjusting to international hockey and why she prefers 'shuffles' [we hate that word by the way!] to penalty strokes.

Columns

Our iconoclasts in residence take on issues such as indoor rule changes, the goalkeeping gene, the cost of European competition to clubs and bouncebackability.

Planet Hockey

A bumper Planet Hockey section covers Hockey in the Gulf state of Oman; Richie Dawson-Smith on improving his hockey in the Bundesliga; Have the Wembley indoor finals lost their six appeal?; League news; Great pictures from England's medals in India and Argentina; Junior World Cup; the indoor European Championships

We also talk to GB great Norman Hughes who resisted pressure to move south during his international career and has now been at Wakefield Hockey Club for 40 years. 

Fri
04
Oct
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Fri
20
Jul
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What Stick 2013/14 - OUT NOW!

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Thu
03
May
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Beth Storry

[This article has been taken from the latest PUSH Hockey Magazine, if you would like to subscribe to the printed magazine click here or you can now subscribe monthly to premium content by logging in or creating an account below]

[img_assist|nid=3597|title=Beth Storry Picture Frank Uijlenbroek|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=388|height=550]GB and England’s number one goalkeeper is a woman of many talents. Beth Storry was selected as keeper of the tournament at the 2010 World Cup, is a fluent Dutch speaker, financial expert, and a baking enthusiast.

Wed
02
May
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A Royal Appointment

[This article has been taken from the latest PUSH Hockey Magazine, if you would like to subscribe to the printed magazine click here or you can now subscribe monthly to premium content by logging in or creating an account below]

[img_assist|nid=3589|title=The Duchess of Cambridge shoots|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=174|height=200]Hockey received a publicity shot in the arm when Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge, an Olympic ambassador, visited the Great Britain squads training at the Riverside Stadium, Olympic Park. 

Wed
02
May
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Young Guns

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[img_assist|nid=3586|title=Young Guns Susannah Townsend and Georgie Twigg. Copyright Tom Cooper|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=220|height=311]They are the shape of England’s post-2012 midfield with 21-year-old Georgie Twigg already having a Commonwealth Games, World Cup and European championships behind her, while 22-year-old Susannah Townsend made her major tournament debut at the 2011 Europeans. Push caught up with them both at London’s Olympic Park.

SUSANNAH

It was only just over a year ago you came into the senior squad, now you are standing on the Olympic pitch talking to such a prestigious magazine like PUSH – is it all a bit unexpected?

My goal was to get into the central programme and to start training with the squad.

Wed
02
May
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England to host 2015 Euro champs on legacy site

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Hockey will be the first major post-Olympic championship event on Olympic Park with the EuroHockey Nations Championships to be held at the Lee Valley Hockey Centre in August, 2015.

The hockey centre will be built, post-Games, on the Eton Manor site which will host Paralympic tennis and temporary training pools during the Olympic Games. 

Tue
01
May
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PUSH Hockey Magazine Issue 37 - OUT NOW!

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HOOKED - a lighter look at hockey. 
Our famous injury pictures.
PUSH news.
COUNTDOWN TO 2012 - Olympic interviews and features. 
2015 Euros at the Legacy site.
Mo Furste tells us about Germany's preparation.
GB youngsters, Twigg & Townsend, talk exclusively to PUSH. 
All the pics from the Royal visit. 
Beth Storry and Brad Friedel chat.
Lauren Penny on fast track selection for South Africa. 
SIDELINES - Views from hockey's straight talkers. 
Savage Talk - when will our game become professional.
Drugs and Twitter with James Stock. 
Poor clubs vs country by Gaynor Nash. 
View from the East has the post season blues.
PLANET HOCKEY - The game across the universe and closer to home. 
England U21's win Gold. 
Euro Hockey League KO16 round-up. 
Championship titles.
IMPROVE - Skills, fitness, coaching. 
How to hit a ball properly - an in-depth article on the art of hitting. 
The Mental Game - how to cope.
CONSUME. 
The Stik has a sneak preview of next season's gear. 
Kit Monkey goes ape about base layers.
ROOTS - Grass roots news. 
School hockey. 

Click here to subscribe for just over £2 per month. Or if you see the stories you want to read as highlighted you can view them with a premium content subscription, just click the link and follow the details.

Tue
01
May

FÜrste and Foremost - PUSH talks to Moritz Furste about Germany's Olympic preparations and much more

[This article has been taken from the latest PUSH Hockey Magazine, if you would like to subscribe to the printed magazine click here or you can now subscribe monthly to premium content by logging in or creating an account below]


[img_assist|nid=3578|title=Moritz Furste for Germany|desc=|link=none|align=left|width=150|height=200]He’s a playmaker with a real eye for goal, and one of the most complete players in the modern game - indoors and out. Push caught up with Olympic gold medalist Moritz FÜrste to find out how Germany’s campaign to retain their Olympic title is shaping up.

So how are the preparations for London 2012 going?

Quite well. We are currently in our fourth camp of this season. We have to fit preparations in with the Bundesliga commitments of the players. We are together Monday to Thursday this week, then next week we play the pre-Olympic tournament in London.

Tue
10
Jan
Tom Cooper's picture

Running just as fast as we can - Get Fit exercise CD

[img_assist|nid=3300|title=|desc=|link=none|align=right|width=130|height=130]If you are struggling to hit those New Year exercise targets (you did set them didn't you?), how about a bit of music? There is evidence around that listening to music during exercise helps. And it certainly can dull the monotony a bit. But what to play?

I know quite a few hockey folk who seem to spend more time perfecting their workout playlists than they spend in the gym. Then there are pre-match playlists, warm-down playlists, flight/drive playlists in fact enough music to keep iTunes whirring well past London 2012.

Taste is personal, but now there is an official London 2012 'Get Fit' CD from Universal which combines music and a fold-out leaflet with some suggested exercises. On the music selection (see below) I generally prefer something a bit more muscular, but this is a lively enough upbeat playlist.

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