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Argentina Women's National Field Hockey Team
The Argentina women's national field hockey team ( es, Selección femenina de hockey sobre césped de Argentina, links=no) is governed by the Argentine Hockey Confederation (CAH). The current coach is Fernando Ferrara, who was appointed after Carlos Retegui let go in late 2021. The team is currently second in the FIH Women's World Ranking. ''Las Leonas'' (The Lionesses) have appeared in six Hockey World Cup finals, including the first final in 1974, which they lost 1–0 to the Netherlands. Argentina had to settle with second place in two more finals before winning the tournament for the first time in 2002, beating the Netherlands 4–3 in the final on penalty strokes after a 1–1 draw. Argentina, led by eight-time FIH Player of the Year Luciana Aymar won again in 2010, a 3–1 victory over the Netherlands. Argentina's World Cup-winning coaches are Sergio Vigil in 2002 and Carlos Retegui in 2010. Argentina has been very successful at the Summer Olympics, winning four con ...
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Argentine Hockey Confederation
The Argentine Hockey Confederation ( es, Confederación Argentina de Hockey) is the official governing body of field hockey in Argentina. It governs the Argentina men's national field hockey team, men's and the Argentina women's national field hockey team, women's national teams and club competitions "Liga Nacional de Hockey" (LNH) and "Argentino de Clubes". Other local competitions, such as the Metropolitano de Hockey (Women), Women's and Metropolitano de Hockey (Men), Men's Torneo Metropolitano are regulated by the Buenos Aires Hockey Association (AHBA). More than 30 regional associations are affiliated to CAH, covering the most important provinces of Argentina."Nuestras asociadas", CAH website
7 Oct 2014


History

The Argentine Hockey Confederation was established on August 26, 1908, formed by three clubs: C ...
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Field Hockey At The 1987 Pan American Games
Field hockey at the 1987 Pan American Games in Indianapolis, United States took place from 8 to 19 August 1987. Medal summary Medal table Men's tournament Group stage Group A ---- ---- ---- ---- Group B ---- ---- ---- ---- Ninth to tenth place classification Fifth to eighth place classification Cross-overs ---- Seventh and eighth place Fifth and sixth place Medal round Semi-finals ---- Bronze medal match Gold medal match Final standings # # # # # # # # # # Women's tournament Group stage Group A ---- ---- Group B ---- ---- Fifth to seventh place classification Cross-over Fifth and sixth place Medal round Semi-finals ---- Bronze medal match Gold medal match Final standings # # # # # # # References Pan American Games field hockey medalists on HickokSports Pan American Games 1987 Events at the 1987 Pan American Games 1987 Pan American Games The 1987 Pan American Games, officially known as the ...
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2022 Women's Pan American Cup
The 2022 Women's Pan American Cup was the sixth edition of the Women's Pan American Cup, the quadrennial international women's field hockey championship of the Americas organized by the Pan American Hockey Federation. It was planned to be held from 7 until 22 August 2021 in Tacarigua, Trinidad and Tobago. However, following the postponement of the 2020 Summer Olympics to July and August 2021 because of the COVID-19 pandemic the tournament was rescheduled and on 4 September 2020 the hosts Trinidad and Tobago withdrew from hosting the tournament. Argentina were the defending champions, winning the 2017 edition. They defended their title after a final win over Chile. The top three teams qualified for the 2022 FIH Hockey World Cup. In November 2020, Pan American Hockey Federation announced that the cup would be held from 19 to 29 January 2022 in Santiago Santiago (, ; ), also known as Santiago de Chile, is the capital and largest city of Chile as well as one of the largest ci ...
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2017 Women's Pan American Cup
The 2017 Women's Pan American Cup was the fifth edition of the Women's Pan American Cup, the quadrennial international women's field hockey championship of the Americas organised by the Pan American Hockey Federation. It was held between 5 and 13 August 2017 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania, United States, simultaneously with the men's tournament. The tournament doubled as the qualifier for two major international tournaments: the winner qualified directly to the 2018 World Cup, and the two teams not qualifying through the 2018 South American Games or the 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games qualified for the 2019 Pan American Games to be held in Lima, Peru. Also, the top 6 teams qualified for the next Pan American Cup, while the bottom two need to compete in the Pan American Challenge. Argentina won the tournament for the fifth consecutive time after defeating Chile 4–1 in the final. As they had already secured an automatic berth at the 2018 Hockey World Cup thanks to a fourth- ...
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2013 Women's Pan American Cup
The 2013 Women's Pan American Cup was the fourth edition of the Women's Pan American Cup, the quadrennial international women's field hockey championship of the Americas organised by the Pan American Hockey Federation. It was held between 21 and 28 September 2013 in Mendoza, Argentina. The tournament doubled as the qualifier for two major international tournaments: the winner would qualify directly to the 2014 Hockey World Cup, and the three teams not qualifying through the 2014 South American Championship or the 2014 Central American and Caribbean Games would qualify for the 2015 Pan American Games to be held in Toronto, Canada. Argentina won the tournament for the fourth consecutive time after defeating the United States 1–0 in the final. As they had already secured an automatic berth at the 2014 Hockey World Cup to defend their title obtained in 2010 thanks to a third-place finish at the World League Semifinal in London, England, their quota was immediately awarded to thir ...
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2009 Women's Pan American Cup
The 2009 Women's Pan American Cup was the 3rd edition of the Women's Pan American Cup, the quadrennial international women's field hockey championship of the Americas organised by the Pan American Hockey Federation. It was held between 7 and 15 February 2009 in Hamilton, Bermuda. The tournament doubled as the qualifier to the 2010 World Cup to be held in Rosario, Argentina. The winner would qualify directly while teams ranked between second and sixth would have the chance to obtain one of three berths at the World Cup Qualifiers. The top six teams also qualified for the 2013 Women's Pan American Cup. Argentina won the tournament for the third consecutive time after defeating the United States 7–6 in the final on penalty strokes after a 2–2 draw. The United States made a protest against the result of the sudden death penalty stroke alleging irregularities before the shot performed by Noel Barrionuevo but were overruled by the tournament director. After submitting an appeal to th ...
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2004 Women's Pan American Cup
The 2004 Women's Pan American Cup was the 2nd edition of the Women's Pan American Cup. It was held between 21 and 28 April 2004 in Bridgetown, Barbados. The tournament doubled as the qualifier to the 2006 World Cup to be held in Madrid, Spain. The winner would qualify directly while the runner-up would have the chance to obtain one of five berths at the World Cup Qualifier in Rome, Italy. Argentina won the tournament for the second consecutive time after defeating the United States 3–0 in the final, earning an automatic berth at the 2006 World Cup to defend their title obtained in 2002. Umpires Below are the 10 umpires appointed by the Pan American Hockey Federation: *Keely Dunn (CAN) *Soledad Iparraguirre (ARG) *Jun Kentwell (USA) *Ruth Limberg (BAR) *Lisa Marcano (TRI) *Renate Peters (GER) *Emma Simmons (BER) *Heather Smith (ENG) *Alicia Takeda (MEX) *Claudia Videla (CHI) Results ''All times are Atlantic Standard Time ( UTC−04:00)'' First round Pool A ---- ---- ...
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2001 Women's Pan American Cup
The 2001 Women's Pan American Cup was the 1st edition of the Women's Pan American Cup. It was held between 8 and 18 March 2001 in Kingston, Jamaica. The tournament doubled as the qualifier to the 2002 Hockey World Cup to be held in Perth, Australia. The winner would qualify directly while the teams ranked between 2nd and 4th would have the chance to obtain one of six berths at the World Cup Qualifier in Amiens Amiens (English: or ; ; pcd, Anmien, or ) is a city and commune in northern France, located north of Paris and south-west of Lille. It is the capital of the Somme department in the region of Hauts-de-France. In 2021, the population of ... and Abbeville, France. Argentina women's national field hockey team, Argentina won the tournament for the first time after defeating the United States women's national field hockey team, United States 4–1 in the final, earning an automatic berth at the 2002 Hockey World Cup. Format Each of the seven teams plays each oth ...
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