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Kerry brings in new faces for Champions Trophy bid

England Women head coach Danny Kerry admits next month’s Champions Trophy in Argentina will be a chance for some his less experienced players to...

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Crutchley: Work to do for England ahead of Champions Trophy

England men’s hockey head coach Bobby Crutchley admits there is still plenty of work to do ahead of the Champions Trophy after his Great Britain...

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Youth and experience for England Hockey in Champions Trophy

England men’s hockey head coach Bobby Crutchley is ready to put youth to the test against the world’s best after naming his squad for December’s...

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COUNTDOWN TO RIO: SUMMER SPORTS WEEK IN REVIEW

Laura Trott admitted she needed to stop letting things go down to the wire as she defended her European omnium title by a single point in Guadel...

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Ben Hawes named Chair of BOA Athletes’ Commission

The British Olympic Association (BOA) has today announced three time Olympian and former Team GB hockey captain Ben Hawes as the new Cha...

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Biography

Alistair McGregor made his Olympic debut at the Beijing 2008 Olympic Games. The mens team won their fifth/sixth place classification match against Korea to place fifth in the tournament. McGregor has over 82 caps for Scotland and over 20 for Great Britain, taking him past the 100 international appearances mark. He started playing aged nine and progressed through the youth ranks of Scottish hockey, going on to make his full debut against India. Since then McGregor has represented Scotland in both the 2003 and 2005 EuroHockey Nations Championships. McGregor was also a member of the GB squad that secured a place at the Olympics with victory in Chile. Born in Aberdeen, McGregor now plays for Loughborough Students and works as a PE Teacher when not away with Great Britain. Despite being a goalkeeper, the Scotsman scored a penalty flick at the 2001 Junior World Cup in Hobart. McGregor hopes to emulate Veryan Pappin, the last Scotland goalkeeper to represent Great Britain, and who of course won Olympic Gold in Seoul in 1988.