Underwater Hockey In US Harry Hsiung's sport information site offers information about clubs, tournaments, rules, and equipment.Category Sports Hockey underwater hockeyunderwater hockey. USA underwater hockey Schedule. Photo by Rick Rickman. HarryHsiung's website contains links for underwater hockey. Last updated 9/20/2002 http://www.underwater-society.org/usuwh/
Extractions: France versus South Africa Photo by Rick Rickman Last updated 9/20/2002 Date of Event Calendar of events for Underwater hockey in US for annual calendar: http://www.uwhockey.org/tournaments (Stephan Hack's website) WARNING this website is now at http://www.underwater-society.org/usuwh/index.html Newer easy to remember http://www.usuwh.org now points to this site. The old website at http://www.teleport.com/~hlhsiung/ is no longer being maintained so update your saved links.. my new email address has changed to mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org Please update USA only: for pools with USOA insurance (risk waiver form) risk Wavier form in Word format NPR interview of Washington DC club members by Peter Breslow For the hockey diehards, just thought you'd find it fun that George Mason University in the Washington DC area has approved the 1 credit course: PHED 158- Underwater Hockey. This couse will begin in Spring 2003. Many thanks to all those that reponded a few months back to my request for information to help put the class together. Special thanks go to Sean Avent for putting together a great syllabus and Carol Rose for providing supporting documentation.
Women's Underwater Hockey University of Illinois site includes news, practice and contact information, club pictures, and links.Category Sports Hockey underwater hockey We will be holding a tournament here at U of I in April. Pictures. SteveHack caught with the puck. A great picture of a hockey pass. http://www.uiuc.edu/ro/wuwhockey/
Underwater Hockey In Australia Provides information about the nation's clubs by state, gives locations and contact information, offers Category Sports Hockey underwater hockeyunderwater hockey in Australia. This is Australian web site for theexciting sport of underwater hockey underwater, underwater hockey http://www.underwater-hockey.com/
USOA Underwater Hockey underwater hockey is a very fast moving game that quickly builds swimming and free diving capability. http://www.underwater-society.org/uwhockey.html
Extractions: RULES EQUIPMENT PLAYING THE GAME PHILOSOPHY ... COMMITTEE The rules are "non-contact" and players generally cover "zones" around the puck. Success (scoring) ultimately depends on teamwork, since no single person can hold their breath forever. Individual strength is less of an advantage than it is in many other sports. The water nullifies pure mass advantage and emphasizes clever use of torque. In competition, games are two 15 minute halves, and teams can have up to 4 substitutes on the deck who can enter play on the fly. RULES The rules of the game inhibit the use of brute force and allow small people to compete effectively and equally with larger people. Play is solely on the bottom of the pool so your effectiveness is also governed by how much time you spend on the bottom ... the air is, of course, on the top. In the game, exertion usually shortens bottom time to less than 30 seconds. The sport is defined as non-contact in the same way basketball is considered non-contact. The person in control of the puck can not be physically pushed but also may not charge into set opponents. Rules are simple - no body contact unless your stick is on the puck (i.e., no forechecking or moving screens), no touching the puck with anything but your stick, and no detaining or obstructing another player (even if you do have the puck) by pulling off their mask or fins or holding on to them.
Untitled Document Sydney, Australia club page providing photos, contact information, and links. http://www.ozemail.com.au/~smurf/
Extractions: The score is tied, 2-2 as the final seconds of the championship game tick away. Suddenly the other team makes a furious last ditch attack and an enormous player breaks free with the puck. There's nothing to stop him from scoring... except you, upside down and unable to breathe! Sound like a bad dream? Fortunately this is Underwater Hockey, so you effortlessly knock down his shot, tip it underneath him and, with a negligent flip of your fins, go over your opponent, charge down the pool and score. You didn't really need to breathe anyway, did you? What is Underwater Hockey?
Connecticut Underwater Hockey underwater hockey. Check out the. Hard on Your Body Tournament November 10 and 11 2001 (Veterans Day Weekend) http://members.tripod.com/jls_website/ct_uwh
Extractions: Clubs in Connecticut Connecticut State Championship September 2001 Tournament Tournament History Fairfield County Danbury, Coming soon to E-mail for more information. Bridgeport The Barnacles play at the University of Bridgeport Wednesday nights and some Monday nights. The team will provide equipment to interested new players. For more information contact Larry Panza 203-281-0662 or email@example.com Monday Wednesday
Chesham Octopush Club Local group for this unusual sport, featuring links, news and fixtures http://www.reedconsulting.com/chesham/
Microsoft Internet Explorer Netscape Navigator Official site of tournament held in Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.Category Sports Hockey underwater hockeyYour Browser does not support all the features of this web site. Youcan still see a cut down version of the site by clicking here http://www.isw.com.au/uwh
Charleston Blockade Runners Underwater Hockey Offers newsletter, coach's corner, links, club information, and photo gallery for this Charleston, Category Sports Hockey underwater hockeyunderwater hockey Check out the Hard on Your Body Tournament November 10 and 11,2001(Veterans Day Weekend) !!! HUCK PUCK newsletter, the COACHES CORNER. http://www.geocities.com/TheTropics/4434/
NUWHCWP All about the sport, events and links http://ourworld.compuserve.com/homepages/kdunkinson/
Extractions: Otherwise press the buttons to find specific information relating to Northampton club and Who We Are More About Us Related Sites Event Calendar ... Kdunkinson@compuserve.com Best experienced with Click here to start. Microsoft is a registered trademark and the Microsoft Internet Explorer Logo is a trademark of Microsoft.
Bsi-BOBLEN: UW-Hockey (norwegian Info-site) Find a brief introduction to this obscure sport and a wide selection of related links. Underwater hockey. UW-Hockey-manual (zipped rich text format) http://www.gfi.uib.no/~even/boblen/uvhockey.html
Extractions: UW-Hockey-manual (zipped rich text format) UWH Kranj (Slovenia) Cercle de Hockey Subaquatique de Pontoise-Cergy (France) The Wahines (UK) AOPP-Octopush (UK) Bradley's Underwater Hockey Page (Australia) Brighton Octopush Club (UK) Bristol Octopush (Underwater Hockey) Club (UK) British Columbia (Canada) Cape Cod UWH, Massachusetts (USA) Dutch UW-Hockey Gainesville Underwater Hockey (USA) Hockey Subaquático (Spain) Lisa's International Travel-Guide to Underwater Hockey Monash University (Australia) Ohio State University (USA) Saskatoon Seals Underwater Hockey (Canada) (Another site?) Tritones (Argentina) TURG (South Africa) U of Illinois Scuba and Underwater Hockey Club (USA) Underwater Hockey in the US (Harry L. Hsiung w/extensive links) (USA) UWH at Virginia Tech (USA) Wellington Underwater Hockey (New Zealand) WUC - Underwater Hockey (South Africa) York University Octopush Club (UK) The Bullrouts (Queensland, Australia)
Bristol Octopush Bristol Octopush (underwater hockey) Club Home Page. Keith See theunderwater hockey Tourist for details of non UK teams. Index. For http://tigger.phy.bris.ac.uk/~boc/
Extractions: (Created and maintained by: firstname.lastname@example.org with kind assistance from Dr A.C.Barnes@bristol.ac.uk Last revised 4th January 2003 (Latest updates: Imperial College London added to 4th January 2003 team contacts listing (343k) new link to Spanish pages Revised gear info link to a revised copy of the June 2001 U.K. rules , Hong Kong ref in Underwater Hockey Tourist Octopush is played in a swimming pool by two teams of six players, equipped with mask, fins, snorkel and a small wooden pusher. A solid lead puck is used that can be pushed or flicked up to 3m along the pool bottom. The game has now spread to many countries including Australia, Argentina, Belgium, Canada, Columbia, France, Germany, Holland, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Phillipines, New Zealand, Slovenia, South Africa, Spain, USA, Moldavia, Yugoslavia and most recently Cuba, Turkey and Hong Kong (NEW in 2002). Regardless of the country the game is universally followed by a beer / tinny / biere / pivo down the local. See the Underwater Hockey Tourist for details of non UK teams For anyone interested in finding out more (particularly in the Bristol, Tewkesbury and Gloucester area!)
Scottish Underwater Hockey: SUHA Information on Scotland's clubs, training, events and people.Category Sports Hockey underwater hockeySUHA Scottish underwater hockey Association. Everything you wantto know about underwater hockey in Scotland. Information on clubs http://www.mcclory.mywork.org.uk/
Extractions: Everything you want to know about underwater hockey in Scotland. Information on clubs, training, events and the people who play 'octopush'. Bored with swimming? Learn about this fast team water sport. Find a game near you. Results Subscribe! Enter your email to join the SUHA network today! 2001 Europeans - Scottish Ladies Contact: email@example.com
The Underwater Hockey Tourist Travelling to another country ? Find a game or a practice session anywhere in the world. Details include cost, location and time schedules. http://www.PuckU.org/uwht
Dunstable Octopush Team Dunstable youth and adult Octopush teams' official site, plus shop and newsCategory Sports Hockey underwater hockeyunderwater hockey, equipment shop, junior underwater hockey, all knownas Octopush, history of Octopush. Welcome to the Official http://www.randalls.org.uk/home.htm
False Bay Underwater Club Scuba diving, spearfishing and underwater hockey club based in Cape Town, South Africa. http://www.fbuc.org.za
Extractions: FBUC is one of the most active dive clubs in Cape Town. If you would like to know more about the club go the general section or if you would like to join, have a look at the Frequently Asked Questions We would love to hear from you. Why not join in one of the discussions or send us an e-mail Quick Poll Should the government regulate the SCUBA Industry? Yes No News