Tag Archives: olympics

David Alegre ‘El Crack Español’

Who is David Alegre? Living hockey as lifestyle with passion. I’m 32 years old and I have studied Journalism and a Master in Sport Management at Johan Cruyff Institute. Player of RC Polo de Barcelona since 2011, and I played 2 years for Orange Zwart in Holland. I have lived a dream 4 times: Athens […]

Arthur ‘Tuur’ van Doren

Who is Arthur van Doren? I am 22 years of age, played for KHC Dragons all my life and play for the Belgium national team (Red Lions) since 2012. When and how did you start playing hockey? My uncle was a hockeyplayer and introduced me to the sport, also gave me my first hockeystick. We lived […]

Gonzalo Peillat – Man of the Year 2016

Who is Gonzalo Peillat? Gonzalo Peillat is 24 years old, he is an international hockey player who played his first match at the Champions Challenge in 2011. Actually he has a big roll in the Argentinian team as an important drag flicker. He is an Olympic gold medal in Rio de Janeiro! Who were your idols or […]

Tobias ‘The Composer’ Hauke

Who is Tobias Hauke? Tobias Hauke is a 29 years old Hockey player. He was born on the 11.September 1987 in Hamburg. He is playing Hockey since 1990 at the HTHC- leaved just for 2 years (2008-2010) to Cologne (Rot-Weiss Koln). Why did you decide to go for hockey? My familie is a Hockeyfamily, my […]

Gauthier ‘Gauth’ Boccard

Who is Gauthier Boccard? I’m a belgian defender playing for the Waterloo Ducks and the Red lions. I have won 3 titles with Watducks and have played around 135 caps for the national team. I’m born the 26 of august 1991 and living in Waterloo. When and why did you start to play hockey? I […]

Manu Brunet ‘Rio2016 Golden memory’

Rio 2016 was the best sport experience I have ever had. Be part of an Olympic Games is something amazing. It is really difficult to find the correct word to describe it, but I think the best I can use is “privilege”. I had always dreamed about  being an olympic champion, but I had also worked […]

What would you change in Hockey? | Part 1

‘Hockey is a sport in permanent change’ must be the most quoted sentence heard lately, isn’t it? We think and project our game as an open and sophisticated sport; change and innovation are becoming ‘traditional’ regarding rules and formats. This forward thinking that is reshaping the game year after year is sustained by the desire to attract […]