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North Korea still plays hockey as if it was 1950

Sydney Morning Herald Friday, 10 November 2017 ()
Canadian filmmakers are trying to peel back the layers of a long-existing ice hockey subculture in one of the world's most mysterious nations.
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News video: Indian Women’s Hockey Team Ranked 10th After Asia Cup Win

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The Indian women’s hockey team entered the top 10 rankings in the FIH world rankings following their Asia Cup title triumph in Japan. The Indian team gained two placed in the ranking table to be placed at number 10 behind Korea and ahead of Spain.

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