No individual awards for Red Lions in FIH Awards, India wins all awards - other sports

No individual awards for Red Lions in FIH Awards, India wins all awards – other sports

Alexander Hendrix, Arthur Van Doren, Shane McLeod and Vincent Vanach may have won Olympic gold, and they will be content with a silver or bronze medal for the individual awards of the FIH Hockey Stars. India has carried out a real raid on the differentials.

The players of the Belgian national hockey team, the reigning Olympic champion, were not individually honored during the FIH Hockey Stars Awards Ceremony on Wednesday. India, the bronze medalist in men and fourth only in women, surprisingly took all the accolades.

Alexander Hendricks And Arthur van Doren Overtaken by the Indian star Harmanpreet Singh. This, with a score of 52.11 points, was preceded by Hendrix, Tokyo’s top scorer (24.88 points) and Van Doren (12.84), two-time winner in 2017 and 2018. Elected in 2019, succeeded Singh – even (no awards were given in 2020. Due to the pandemic) .

Vincent Vanach Meanwhile, he missed his fourth consecutive award as the best goalkeeper in the world. Indians PR Sreejesh (58.34 points), already capped in front of Vanach (34.40), and was brought back to second place. A place to be satisfied by the coach of the Red Lions, Shane McLeod. The New Zealander, who led his forces to European, world and Olympic successes, finished second with 40.74 points, behind the Indo-Australian coach. Graham Reed (50,93).

To close out the Indian raid, the Rising Star Trophy (Best Hope) is gone Vivek Prasad. In the ladies, too, the Dutch Olympic champions, world and European champions were not rewarded.

Here too all the awards went to India, with the best player in the world Georgette Cor, the best goalkeeper in Savita, like a rising star Sharmila Devi And close the best Dutch coach shord marin, Indian coach. To determine the winners, the votes of the national associations (captains and coaches, i.e. 50%) were added to the votes of fans, players (25%) and the media (25%). A total of 79 unions and 300,000 supporters voted.

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The players of the Belgian national hockey team, the reigning Olympic champion, were not individually honored during the FIH Hockey Stars Awards Ceremony on Wednesday. India, the bronze medalist in men and only fourth in women, surprisingly won all the awards with Alexander Hendrix and Arthur van Doren outpaced by Indian superstar Harmanpreet Singh. This, with a score of 52.11 points, was preceded by Hendrix, Tokyo’s top scorer (24.88 points) and Van Doren (12.84), two-time winner in 2017 and 2018. Elected in 2019, succeeded Singh – even (no awards were given in 2020. Due to the pandemic) . Meanwhile, Vincent Vanach missed the award for the fourth time in a row as the best goalkeeper in the world. Indian PR Sreejesh (58.34 points) was already crowned in front of Vanach (34.40), and was brought back to second place. A place that Red Lions coach Shane McLeod should also satisfy. The New Zealander, who led his forces to European, world and Olympic successes, finished second with 40.74 points behind Indian coach Graham Reed (50.93). To close out the Indian raid, the Rising Star Trophy (Best Hope) went to Vivek Prasad. In the ladies, too, the Dutch Olympic champions, world and European champions were not rewarded. Here too all the trophies went to India, with the world’s best player Georgette Kaur, the best goalkeeper in Savita, such as the rising star Sharmila Devi and the best coach closing against the Dutch coach Schord Marin, the coach of the Indian national team. To determine the winners, the votes of the national associations (captains and coaches, i.e. 50%) were added to the votes of fans, players (25%) and the media (25%). A total of 79 unions and 300,000 supporters voted.

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