Episode 16: Hockey in India | Why Do Indians Lack Deshbhakti for Hockey? | Chak De India in Tokyo?


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The Indian Hockey team is currently ranked 4th in the world. This is the highest rank they have achieved in the sport and will be hoping to improve more in preparation for the Olympics. Hosts - Aniket, Mazhar and Rishabh discuss Hockey in India in Episode 16 of All About Sports - The Podcast. They deep dive into all that is wrong in the sport and what can India do to help the sport grow once again and rediscover its mojo in the country. They discuss the following segments over the 30-odd minutes. 1. India's early Olympics success in Field Hockey 2. The rise in popularity of cricket post the 1983 World Cup victory leading to the detriment of hockey 3. No sponsors and money in the sport 4. No respect of hockey legends and current national players 5. Failure of professional domestic/national leagues 6. The impact of Bollywood on Indian hockey 7. What approach does the Hockey Federation need to take to grow popularity in India for the sport? Would the IPL approach work like they have tried with the ISL? 8. "How Much Do We Know?" - The Hosts go through a Quiz Session. The first of every weekly episode going forward. The loser at the end of a number of rounds (the one with the least points) over multiple episodes has to compulsorily face the wrath of some punishment. Leave your comments on thoughts and suggestions for upcoming episodes. Like, Share, Subscribe/Follow our page for episodes every week! https://linktr.ee/AllAboutSportsThePodcast --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/allaboutsports-thepodcast/support

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