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Exclusive camp will help goalkeepers in Olympic qualifiers: PR Sreejesh

The seven-day national camp for goalkeepers was an ideal initiative ahead of the all important Olympic qualifiers, India's feels senior most custodian P R Sreejesh.

Youth only policy will not bring India success: PR Sreejesh

P R Sreejesh said focussing only on youth is not going to bring them success but backed Harendra Singh to stay on as coach despite their quarterfinal exit in the hockey World Cup.

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Indian hockey team to switch astroturf for KBC hot seat across Amitabh Bachchan

The special episode of 'Kaun Banega Crorepati Karamveers' will see the hockey team competing but for a cause.

Manpreet Singh replaces PR Sreejesh as captain for Asian Champions Trophy

India will go into the tournament as the defending champions after they won the 2016 edition when they beat Pakistan 3-2 in the final in Kauntan, Malaysia.

Asian Games 2018: PR Sreejesh on importance of helmet for hockey goalkeeper

India hockey team goalkeeper PR Sreejesh says helmet is one of the most important parts of my kit.

Champions Trophy: We took performance to next level, says PR Sreejesh

India were beaten 1-3 by Australia in the shootout after score remained 1-1 at the end of regulation time.

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Champions Trophy will be reality check for us ahead of hockey World Cup, says captain PR Sreejesh

PR Sreejesh says the upcoming FIH Champions Trophy, which will feature all the top teams of the world, could provide a reality check ahead of the season-ending World Cup.

PR Sreejesh, Rani Rampal to lead hockey teams until end of year

Hockey India announced P R Sreejesh and Rani Rampal as captains of the senior men's and women's team, respectively, until end of the year.

PR Sreejesh, back after eight months, with a fresh perspective

Fatherhood and eight-month injury layoff helped Indian hockey team goalkeeper PR Sreejesh see life as a ‘normal human being’.

India U-19 cricket team cheers hockey side in New Zealand

India U-19 Cricket Team along with coach Rahul Dravid attended the hockey team's smashing start to four nation invitational tournament in New Zealand.

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