Train your hockey gaze: shooting more goals on target with the ‘quiet eye’ technique

Sports psychologists are researching elite athletes' vision on the ball. They are finding that apparently the better athletes are at making the ball go where they want it too, the better they are at something called 'quiet eye' tracking. Scientists at Calgary University and Essex University are using eye trackers to establish the best place to …

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Watching Olympic hockey? Here’s how to try the sport for yourself

  With the Olympic hockey providing such entertaining viewing, it's a great time to get into playing the sport yourself. It's great fun, good for fitness and in the UK there's a whole programme devoted to easing you back into the sport if you haven't played in a while - or indeed if you've never even held …

How using SOB hockey technique can help you score more goals. Tips from an Australian coach

https://youtu.be/Hl-34xxwZbw Coach Paul Gaudoin teaches some future team Australia players how to deal with some of the new tactics he has seen emerging in International hockey. He's noticed that players are physical and might barge in and dispossess you of the ball. To combat this he insists players must use SOB techniques - stick on …