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WWC2002 Day 1 - Interview with David Bell
David Bell (Oz coach) talks about the match against USA, playing at home and possible medallists at this tournament.
WWC2002 Day 2 - Interview with Ageeth Boomgaardt
Boomgaardt talks about the Dutch win and her goal scoring performance.
WWC2002 Day 3 - Interview with Kim Sang Ryul
Kim talks about the win, their chances in the tournament and their goal scorers
WWC2002 Day 4 - Interview with Jack Holtman
Jack talks about the win and how important the win was for Spain
WWC2002 Day 5 - Interview with Mercedes Margalot
Mercedes talks about Argentina's hard win over Germany
WWC2002 Day 6 - Interview with Jack Holtman
Jack Holtman talks about the win against the USA and their chances of making the semi finals
WWC2002 Day 7 - Interview with Vanina Oneto
Vanina talks about Argentina's win over China and their expectations in this World Cup
WWC2002 Day 8 - Interview with Melanie Cremer
Melanie talks about the German win and their chances for a semi-final berth
WWC2002 Day 9 - Interview with Tricia Heberle
Tricia talks about the English win and how the players were motivated during half time
WWC2002 Day 10 - Interview with Xhao Xioyu
Xhao Xioyu talks about China's chances of making the semi-finals
WWC2002 Day 11 - Interview with Ros Howell
Ros talks about South Africa's first win of the tournament
WWC2002 Day 13 - Interview with Vanina Oneto
Vanina talks about Argentina's semi-final win over Australia and her come-back after fracturing her hand on day 1 of the tournament
WWC2002 Day 14 - Interview with IOC President
IOC President, Jacques Rogge talks about the future of hockey in the Olympics
WWC2002 Day 15 - Interview with Luciana Aymar(ARG)
Luciana, Player of the Tournamnet talks to Ken on Argentina's win over the Netherlands in the finals
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| Oceania Cup, Women, Auckland/Sydney
| Oceania Cup, Men, Suva
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