PAHF News

  • FIH Hockey Open Series,  Salamanca - Team Panama

    Development plans signal bright future for hockey

    Two events have taken place recently that highlight a couple of things about hockey in the PAHF region. On the one hand, there are some teams are head and shoulders above all other PAHF nations when it comes to elite performance, with teams regularly pushing for top honours on the global stage. On the other hand, hockey is spreading across the continent as more teams follow a professional route when it comes to both the playing side of the game and the organizational and administrative side of things. More

  • Barbados Tri-Nation Women's Series - Day 3

    Barbados Tri-Nation Women's Series  x 4

    Barbados, Guyana, Trinidad & Tobago

    The Barbados Hockey Federation (BHF) hosted a local Tri-Nation Women's International Hockey Series between national teams from Barbados, Guyana and Trinidad & Tobago on Thursday June 28, Saturday June 30 and Sunday July 1 at the Wildey Hockey Center. This women's series was the first accredited international competition in the country since the Women's Pan American Cup held in 2004, some 14 years ago. More

  • Matthew Williams receiving his certificate from Roger St Rose

    PAHF Hockey Umpire's Workshop held in Barbados  

    The Barbados Hockey Federation, in association with the Barbados Olympic Association and the Pan American Hockey Federation hosted an umpires' workshop for local umpires, during the recently concluded Barbados Tri-Nation Invitational Women's Hockey Series. More

  • Canadian Men’s Masters (50+ and 60+)

    Hockey players are not the retiring sort!    

    Playing sport and keeping fit is no longer the preserve of the young. More and more people are not only living longer, but they are staying fit and active for much longer as well. One burgeoning area of participation is the Masters hockey scene. From club teams to national teams, more and more people are continuing to play hockey or returning to hockey after an absence. More

  • Nicole Dawson (BAR) and Kim Scott (JPOL TD)

    USA Junior Premier Hockey welcomes officials from around Pan America  

    In order to promote the mission of providing an elite event as well as developing technical officials and umpires, Junior Premier Hockey invites officials throughout the Pan American Hockey Federation (PAHF) to join Junior Premier Outdoor League (JPOL). The 2018 season of JPOL hosted six officials from beyond the USA borders. More

  • Macarena Rodriguez (ARG) and Rob Short (CAN)

    When the final whistle blows…  

    What do you do when you finish your playing career?

    From the moment you get selected for a national team, your life for the immediate future is mapped out in front of you. When you train, what you eat, where you travel, when you sleep. As an elite athlete you become one managed entity and, depending upon the length of your international career, this could be the case for five, 10 or 15 years. So, what on earth do you do when you finish your playing career? More

  • FIH Hockey Series Open: USA (men) and Canada (women)  x 6  

    Salamanca, Mexico - June 5 to 10, 2018

    Check results and pictures More

  • Argentina Odesur Women’s Champion    x 2

    Cochabamba. When the umpires marked the end of the match, Argentina raised their arms and celebrated. They defeated Uruguay and become champions of Cochabamba 2018 South American Games. More

  • Argentina champion of the South American Games  x 2

    With one goal from Gonzalo Merino, the Leones took over Chile 1-0 and won the gold medal. Brazil won the 'shoot-outs' against Venezuela and finish 3rd.

    Cochabamba Argentina ratified its favoritism by beating Chile in the final game of Cochabamba’s XI South American Games 2018 and won the gold medal of the tournament. Gonzalo Merino scored the only goal of the game in the Félix Capriles stadium infront of 450 spectators. More

  • South American Games (2018wODESUR) Cochabamba 2018: Argentina vs. Chile

    Odesur’s gold medal between Argentina and Uruguay

    Chile, which played a great game, will have to play the bronze medal against Brazil. Bolivia and Paraguay will define the 5th and 6th position.

    Cochabamba. Argentina debió esforzarse al máximo para superar a un Chile que jugó hoy su mejor partido en los Juegos Suramericanos, pero que no le alcanzó para meterse en la final del certamen. Las que si lograron el objetivo fueron las uruguayas, quienes en el encuentro de fondo vencieron 6-0 a Brasil y también están en la final. More