Basic about hockey you should know (Part 2)

Basic about hockey you should know (Part 2)

Bandy originated in England since the 19th century, originally called “hockey on the ice”, [4] and was popularized in Europe around 1900; a similar Russian sport is also considered a precursor to bandy. Bandy is also called “Russian hockey”. The World Championship, called the Bandy World Championship, dates back to 1957 during the Women’s Bandy World Championship since 2004. There are also national championships for clubs and top clubs. Fighting at the Bandy World Cup tournament takes place every year.

Field hockey

Field hockey matches take place on gravel, natural grass, or sandy or watery grass surfaces, using a small, hard ball of 73 mm diameter. This is a popular sport in both men and women in many regions such as Europe, Asia, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Argentina. Usually, matches take place between teams of the same gender, but sometimes both men and women can compete in the same team.

The governing body is the International Hockey Federation (FIH). Men’s hockey appears at all Summer Olympics since 1908 except for 1912 and 1924, and women’s hockey has been around since 1980.

Grass hockey sticks are made of wood, fiberglass or carbon fiber composites. J-shaped sticks with the hook-shaped tail; The front part of the hook-shaped part used to control the ball has a flat form and the back is convex. All sticks are for right-handed people – left-handed sticks are not allowed to be worn when playing.

Ice Hockey

Ice hockey or ice hockey is a competition between players using ice skates, taking place on a flat ice field, using a circular disk made of vulcanized rubber with a diameter of three inch (76.2 mm) is called a puck. The puck is usually kept in freezing temperatures before high-level matches to reduce bouncing and reduce friction on the ice. Popular sports in North America and Europe. This is the most popular subject in Canada, Finland, Latvia, Czech Republic, and Slovakia.