Hockey India on 15 October 2013 announced the appointment of Terence Walsh as Chief Coach of the Senior Men National Hockey Team in New Delhi.
About Terence Walsh
• Terence Walsh is a former Australian Hockey player, and a silver medallist in the 1976 Montreal Games, and represented Australia in three Olympics.
• Terence Walsh who worked as Technical Director with USA field Hockey from 2005-2012, pursued his coaching career in 1990 where he worked as head coach of the Malaysian National Hockey team till 1994.
• He also worked as head coach of the Australian National team from 1997-2000 and under his coaching the team had won Commonwealth Games in 1998, Champions Trophy in 1999 and a Bronze medal at the Sydney Olympic Games in 2000.
• In 2004, Terry worked as head coach of the Netherlands hockey team that won Silver medal at the Athens Olympic Games.
• Terence Walsh is an International Hockey Federation (FIH) Master Coach. As a player Walsh has 175 international caps and has represented Australia in four World Cup campaigns and three Olympic Games including a silver medal at the Montreal Olympics in 1976.
Who: Terence Walsh
Where: New Delhi
When: 15 October 2013
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