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- 1.Hockey Alisson Bifarini
2. WHAT IS THE HOCKEY? The hockey is any of a family of sports in which two teams compete by trying to maneuver a ball, or a hard, round, rubber or heavy plastic disc called a puck, into the opponent's net or goal, using a hockey stick. 3. We have differents things about the hockey
- Field hockey
- Ice hockey
- Roller hockey (inline and quad)
- Street hockey
4. Field hockey
- Field hockey is played on gravel, natural grass, sand-based or water-basedartificial turf , with a small, hard ball. The game is popular among both males and females in many parts of the world, particularly inEurope ,Asia ,Australia , andSouth Africa . In most countries, the game is played between single-sex sides, although they can be mixed-sex.
- The governing body is the 116-member. Men's Field hockey has been played
- International Hockey Federation at eachsummer Olympic Gamessince 1908Modernfield hockey sticksare J-shaped and constructed of a composite of wood a flat surface on the playing side and curved surface on the rear side. While current field hockey appeared in the mid-18th century inEngland . The first club was created in 1849 atBlackheathin south-eastLondon . Field hockey is thenational sportof India and Pakistan.
5. Ice hockey Ice hockey is played on a large flat area of ice, using a three inch (76.2 mm) diametervulcanized rubberdisc called apuck . This puck is often frozen before high-level games to decrease the amount of bouncing and friction on the ice. The game is contested between two teams of skaters. The game is p Ice hockey layed all over North America, Europe and in many other countries around the world to varying extent. It is the most popular sport inCanada ,Finland , theCzech Republic , and inSweden . 6. Roller hockeyRoller hockey is a form ofhockeyplayed on a dry surface using skates with wheels. The term "Roller Hockey" is often used interchangeably to refer to two variant forms chiefly differentiated by the type of skate used. There is traditional "Roller Hockey," played with quad roller skates, and " Inline Hockey ," played with inline skates. Combined, roller hockey is played in nearly 60 countries worldwide.We can find 2 exemples of hockey: Quad roller hockey Quad roller hockey 7. Street hockey Street hockey( also known as Road hockey, deck hockey, ground hockey, or ball hockey ) is a type ofhockeyplayed usually on an outdoor surface with or without skates. 8. Hockeyequipament 9. History European immigrants brought various versions of hockey-like games to North America, such as theIrishsport ofhurling , the closely relatedScottishsport ofshinty , and versions of field hockey played in England. Where necessary these seem to have been adapted for icy conditions; for example, a colonialWilliamsburgnewspaper records hockey being played in asnow stormin Virginia. Early paintings show "shinney", an early form of hockey with no standard rules, being played inNova Scotia . AuthorThomas Chandler Haliburtonwrote in a book of fiction, about boys from King's College School inWindsor ,Nova Scotia , playing"hurley on the ice"when he was a student there around 1800. To this day, " Shinny " is a popularCanadianterm for an informal type of hockey, either on ice or asstreet hockey . These early games may have also absorbed the physically aggressive aspects of what theMi'kmaq Aboriginal First NationinNova Scotiacalleddehuntshigwa'es. 10. Somebody famous (Robert Esche) Robert Esche(bornJanuary 22 ,1978inWhitesboro, New York ) is an American professionalice hockey goaltendercurrently playing for theKontinental Hockey League 'sSKA Saint Petersburg .