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President's View
Els van Breda Vriesman, FIH President
Double Dutch
Profiles of the 2005 WorldHockey Men's Players of the Year
The Successor
There's a new kid on the block in line to succeed Argentinean goal scoring phenomenon Jorge Lombi
Towns calls time
New Zealand captain Simon Towns retired in late 2005 after a distinguished 14-year career
Hockey's Youth Promoter
Michael Steinmann, won the World Youth Hockey Promoter in 2005 for his project featuring a tournament between clubs from Germany and the Netherlands
Tales from the States – Part 1
In the first of a two-part series, Al Mattei reports on two of the best stories from the United States in 2005
Contents - Issue 29
January 2006

| President’s View
Els van Breda Vriesman, FIH President

| Double Dutch
Profiles of the WorldHockey Men's Players of the Year for 2005 - Tuen de Nooijer and Robert van der Horst

| The Successor
There's a new kid on the block in line to succeed Argentinean goal scoring phenomenon Jorge Lombi
| Towns calls time
Profile of New Zealand captain Simon Towns, who has called time after a distinguished 14-year career

| Hockey's Youth Promoter
Michael Steinmann won the World Youth Hockey Promoter in 2005 for his cross border project
| Tales from the States – Part 1
In the first of a two-part series, Al Mattei reports on two of the best stories from the United States last year
 
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