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  • Spain qualify for Hockey World Cup after Germany's Euro triumph August 26, 2013

    The International Hockey Federation (FIH) on Sunday confirmed Spain to be the latest team booking its ticket to the 2014 men's Rabobank Hockey World Cup following Germany's victory in the final of the TriFinance EuroHockey Nations Championships in Boom, Belgium. Germany had already qualified for the World Cup by virtue of...
  • South Korean men's team qualify for 2014 Hockey World Cup August 18, 2013

    New Delhi: South Korea become the eighth men's team to qualify for the Rabobank Hockey World Cup, with four more places up for grabs at the upcoming continental championships in Europe, Asia, Oceania and Africa, the International Hockey Federation (FIH) announced on Sunday. Korea were confirmed after Argentina, who have already...
  • Bank ends deal with cycling team after Armstrong row October 19, 2012

    Amsterdam: Dutch bank Rabobank ended its multimillion euro backing of professional cycling on Friday, the latest sponsor scared away by a doping scandal that has engulfed seventimes Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong. The bank is the biggest backer of the high profile Dutch Rabobank team, with total sponsorship worth 15...
  • HSBC likely to sell stakes in Axis and Yes banks June 28, 2012

    New Delhi: UKbased HSBC is likely to sell stake in private sector lenders Axis Bank and Yes Bank as part of its global strategy and is understood to have appointed merchant bankers for the deals. To be done through block deals by HSBC Securities, the two stakesales could be worth about...
  • Rasmussen sacked, out of Tour de France July 26, 2007

    Col d'Aubisque (France): Tour de France overall leader Michael Rasmussen was sacked by his team Rabobank on Wednesday. The Dane will not start Thursday's 17th stage of the race after his team said the rider had lied about his training whereabouts in June. "He has violated the team's rules," a Rabobank spokesman...