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2000 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy

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Host country  Netherlands
Teams  6
Runner-up  Germany
City  Amstelveen
Venue(s)  Wagener Stadium
2000 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy
Champions  Netherlands (2nd title)

The 2000 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy was the 8th edition of the Hockey Champions Trophy for women. It was held from 26 May to 3 June 2000 in Amstelveen, Netherlands. It was held simultaneously with the men's tournament, just like the year before in Brisbane, Australia. From this year on the tournament began to be held annually until the 2014 edition due to the introduction of the World League.

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The Netherlands won the tournament after 7 years for the second time after defeating Germany 3–2 in the final, ending with Australia's winning streak of 5 consecutive titles in 9 years.

Teams

The participating teams were determined by International Hockey Federation (FIH):

  •  Australia (Defending champions, champions of 1998 World Cup and 1996 Summer Olympics)
  •  Netherlands (Host nation)
  •  Germany (Third in 1998 World Cup)
  •  Argentina (Fourth in 1998 World Cup)
  •  New Zealand (Sixth in 1998 World Cup)
  •  South Africa (Seventh in 1998 World Cup)
  • Umpires

    Below are the 9 umpires appointed by the International Hockey Federation:

    Results

    All times are Central European Summer Time (UTC+02:00)

    Pool

         Advanced to final

    Final standings

    1.  Netherlands
    2.  Germany
    3.  Australia
    4.  Argentina
    5.  South Africa
    6.  New Zealand

    References

    2000 Women's Hockey Champions Trophy Wikipedia


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