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Portuguese Ball Hockey from 2013 St. John's World Ball Hockey Championships
Video 2013 WC in St. John's
When we played ball hockey in summer 2013, many people laugh. To gain Gold depends on several small things – says Sidney Crosby.
The Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance (CSTA) is pleased to announce the finalists of the 2014 PRESTIGE Awards (Program Recognizing Exceptional Sport Tourism Initiatives, Games & Events), which celebrate the people, places and events that make the Canadian sport tourism industry so dynamic and important to the economic fabric of our communities.
This communication from the Canadian Government Agency (Canadian Sport Tourism Alliance) recognizies the St. John's ISBHF World Championship as a finalist among other high profile Canadian sporting events.
2013 World Ball Hockey Championships (St. John’s, NL)
General Manager for the Junior Division of American Street Hockey Institute answered the questions for both coaches of U18 and U20 US national teams preparing for 2014 World Ball Hockey Championships in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Mr. Jiří Mašík, Coach of Czech U20 team is speaking about team preparation for World Junior Championships in June in Bratislava, Slovakia.
At what stage of preparation is Czech U18 team with regards to the World Chamionships in Bratislava?
Milan Maršner:"Currently we work with a wider selection of players. Within the preparatory period we already went through several training camps, which also included some games, for example against the U20 team. But still there is a lot of work ahead of us."
Mr. Martin Komarek, Coach of U16 Czech team is speaking about team preparation for World Championships in Bratislava, Slovakia.
Information and Media Director of American Street Hockey Institute (ASHI) Mr. Chris Bokuniewicz announced several key additions to his department.
Ashley McMasters - Bronx, NY - Information and Fundraising Manager
Caroline McCrea - Pittsburgh, PA - Media and Design Manager
Stacy Gitlin - Plainville, CT - Video Production Coordinator
Leave it to the Swiss. I start 2014 talking about 2015 only to return to 2014. This is the way the weekend went. One great story after another. So we begin how it started. The Swiss Federation and the Zug Tournament Committee team totally impressed the delegates from around the ISBHF family with the venues that they have in place and are planning for WC 2015. From the incredible Bossard Arena which holds 8000 spectators, to the adjoining other two rinks, to the tent they are building outside the arena to have nightly music and festival as the players, coaches, referees and fans finish their daily ball hockey fix. To top it off the Alps are always in your view and the beautiful city of Zug awaits, with a panoramic lake, many restaurant's and pubs, and interesting walks through the old and new part of the town which is the capital of this Swiss region. Certainly all players should know it is a great venue for an event, and the Swiss are ready like the best Swiss watch.
I am also proud to say that the support I garnered along with our ISBHF board was very humbling for all of us. It was an election year, and to be a President for a second term, and to continue on our Core Values for what is important for the sport is something the leaders of the ISBHF all agree on. We had some very key meeting's with some very important sport bodies in Switzerland and will continue the work to make the sport have a solid future. I can tell our ISBHF family that all of us leaders are very much on the same page and working as one!!
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My wish for our sport in 2014 is that it continues on a path of growth, excellence and strategic values that the leaders of our sport have worked on and agreed are key to our future these past two years and will continue to work on this unified path so that it will benefit all the players and nations the ISBHF today and in the years ahead.
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