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G236 (Reload) - EW GBR vs. FRA - 20th CMAS Underwater Hockey World Championships

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Scott Rogowsky Shows You Weird Sports | Underwater Hockey

Underwater Hockey, also known as Octopush, is an intense, high-speed game that is not for the faint of heart. Think you can handle it?

Would you EVER play underwater hockey?

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Underwater Hockey - 2013 CMCs A Division - Game 33 Semi Final

The 2013 CanAm Midwestern Championships of Underwater Hockey A Division Semi-Final Play off game USA 2 vs. 209.

G272 - EM FRA vs. NZL - 20th CMAS Underwater Hockey World Championships - English Commentary


G271 - EW NZL vs. GBR - 20th CMAS Underwater Hockey World Championships

Underwater Hockey

The Denver Area Underwater Hockey Club is hosting the 2016 UWH National Championships from June 10-12 at the Veterans Memorial Aquatic Center in Thornton, Colorado. Dozens of UWH teams from across the country will travel to Colorado to compete. (Video by Katie Wood & Hyoung Chang/The Denver Post)

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WPT Wisconsin Life: Underwater Hockey

When this Sturgeon Bay hockey team says drop the puck, they really drop it - well below the sport's usual icy playing surface. Discover the wet and wild world of underwater hockey in today's Wisconsin Life sneak peek! Are you ready to suit up?

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Underwater hockey 3x3 skills, fútbol subacuático

regates y fintas Colombianas en cámara lenta.

Realizado en Medellín Colombia, Complejo Acuático, piscina para actividades subacuáticas. Con la Colaboración del CLUB CARDUMEN.

Edición: Andrés García

Underwater hockey? Sport making a splash in Saskatoon

Pat McKay takes a dip as he learns about the sport of underwater hockey.

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Octopush - The British Underwater Hockey Championships

Two teams of up to ten players compete, with six players on each team in play at once.

The remaining four players are continually substituted into play from a substitution area, which may be on deck or in the water outside the playing area, depending on tournament rules.

In-play members of both teams are free to swim anywhere in the play area and try to score by manoeuvring the puck into the opponents goal.

Games consist of two halves, typically ten to fifteen minutes (depending on tournament rules; 15 minutes at world championship tournaments) and a short half-time interval.

At half time the two teams switch ends.

There are several pieces of specialist equipment that are required to be worn during matches, some for protective reasons as the sport - with most of the action taking place out of sight and underwater - having a reputation as a hard contact sport.

G44 - EM TUR vs. USA - 20th CMAS Underwater Hockey World Championships

18th CMAS Underwater Hockey World Championship, 23-31 August, 2013; EGER, HUNGARY

In the history of underwater hockey, it was the largest World Championship: 5 continents, 17 countries, 68 teams, more than 900 athletes in four age and gender groups; both men and women were represented at this World Championship, held in Eger, Hungary. Matches were played in an open air and an indoor swimming pool. Finals were a parade of victory for the New Zealanders. They achieved a tremendous record with their six teams. All of their squads had reached the finals and four of them had won the world championship. Results, opinions, background of the event can be see here.

Underwater Hockey?

Recently, I received assignment to cover a pick up game of underwater hockey; in my mind, I was thinking Underwater Hockey, What the Puck!? I never heard of underwater hockey until that point. I must say, this was an awesome assignment.

Underwater Hockey (UWH), (also called Octopush (mainly in the UK)) is a globally played limited-contact sport in which two teams compete to manoeuvre a puck across the bottom of a swimming pool into the opposing team's goal by propelling it with a pusher.

It originated in England in 1954 when Alan Blake, the founder of the newly formed Southsea Sub-Aqua Club, invented the game he called Octopush as a means of keeping the club's members interested and active over the cold winter months when open-water diving lost its appeal.

Underwater Hockey is now played worldwide, with CMAS as the world governing body. The first Underwater Hockey World Championship was held in Canada in 1980.

Produced By Saquan Stimpson

Octopush Underwater Hockey Nation Finals 2014

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Medellin 3x3 - We Are Ready - NZ


Underwater Hockey, Brisbane 2011

My first time playing since State Titles in 2010 so I'm a bit slow but it was a tonne of fun as always! The Australian UWH team recently won the Underwater Hockey World Championships so we definitely have some great players around. Look for a team near you or start one up yourself, it's a great way to improve breath hold and general fitness - but be prepared for some bruises as it can be rough :)

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Visiting Shanghai Azures UWH team vs Stirling Underwater Hockey Club (Shanghai) in the 3 meters pool

Selected videos with me (Ricky Ng-Adam) in it. I'm the blue fins, red long swim trunks with gold star, whitecap, black stick playing (poorly) as a right wing forward.

We got completely trashed. I've got no control of the puck, just pushing it in front instead of getting it close to my body, no stamina and no breath hold.

THIS is underwater hockey...

Two teams, with six players on each team in play at once, freediving only. 24 fins, 12 masks, 12 snorkels, 12 sticks, 2 goals...

ONE puck.

Underwater Hockey...

Newcomers all welcome :

Underwater Hockey, debut sa SEAG

Underwater Hockey, debut sa SEAG



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