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Hockey World Cup: Is drag-flick a dying art in field hockey?

Zee News Monday, 10 December 2018
Danger is lurking over the art even though it is still not on life support. With the usage of modern technology which includes video analysis, improved coaching methods and upgraded protective gears for first-rushers, scoring with a drag-flick is becoming more and more difficult now-a-days.
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