PAHF News

  • Roger St Rose (TTO), Walter Kramer (CHI)

    Experience is key for hockey development across PAHF region

    Walter Kramer (Chile), Roger St Rose (Trinidad & Tobago)

    When it comes to hockey development in the Pan American region there are people who have been involved in the sport for so many years and at so many levels that they have developed a formidable mountain of knowledge and experience about what works and what doesn’t. More

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  • Alberto "Coco" Budeisky, PAHF President

    PAHF President Message to the Hockey Community

    COVID 19 is the most serious global health security threat in decades. Most countries are imposing much-needed restrictions to slow the spread of the virus. More

  • Joint Statement from the International Olympic Committee and the Tokyo 2020 Organising Committee

    The President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), Thomas Bach, and the Prime Minister of Japan, Abe Shinzo, held a conference call this morning to discuss the constantly changing environment with regard to COVID-19 and the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020. More

  • COVID-19  

    In these unprecedented times of a global health crisis, we recommend to the hockey family globally that we all follow the World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines and your local Government advice on how to deal with the current COVID-19 outbreak. More

  • Postponement

    Postponement of the 2020 Indoor Pan American Cups  

    Spooky Nook, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA

    PAHF has today taken a decision to postpone the 2020 Indoor Pan American Cups / Indoor World Cup Qualifiers originally scheduled for 25 – 29 March 2020 to a date to be announced in the near future. More

  • Roger St. Rose (TTO)

    Roger St Rose (TTO) nominated for the 2019 World Fair Play Awards  x 2    

    Roger St Rose has been nominated for the 2019 World Fair Play Awards among thousands of candidates of all Sports, worldwide. More

  • Danae Andrada (URU)

    Investing in youth for future success

    Uruguay

    Uruguay is a relative newcomer on the international hockey scene. The national association’s first appearance at a PAHF competition was at the women’s Pan American Cup in 2001, with the men making their first appearance three years later in 2004. The women are now a high respectable 25th in the world, while the men are hovering in the mid-50s after hitting an all-time high at 40th in 2006. More

  • Yuri Perez (CUB)

    R.I.P Yuri Pérez (Cuba)  

    The former Cuban Hockey player and coach Yuri Pérez passed away yesterday in Venezuela. More

  • 2019 FIH Hockey Stars Awards

    The fab four: Argentina’s quartet of FIH award nominees    

    Lucas Vila, Maico Casella, Carla Rebecchi and Julieta Jankunas

    A quartet of Argentina national team players are up for prizes in the annual FIH Hockey Stars awards. From Los Leones, Lucas Vila is nominated for the men’s Best Player, while Maico Casella is a Rising Star nominee. Carla Rebecchi and Julieta Jankunas are nominees for women’s Best Player and Rising Star respectively. More