2002 in Sports - Field Hockey

Field Hockey

  • 2002 Men's Hockey World Cup: Germany
  • 2002 Women's Hockey World Cup: Argentina
  • Men's Hockey at the 2002 Commonwealth Games: Australia
  • Women's Hockey at the 2002 Commonwealth Games: India
  • Men's Champions Trophy: Netherlands
  • Women's Champions Trophy: China

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