~Harmanpreet Singh will lead the team, while Hardik Singh will serve as his deputy in Paris~
 
Bengaluru, 8th July 2024: The Indian Men’s Hockey Team today left for Mike Horn’s base in Switzerland. Following a three-day period designed to instill mental toughness, the Team will move to the Netherlands to play practice matches. After completing this final block of training the Team is scheduled to arrive in the City of Lights on 20th July.
 
India will begin their Paris 2024 Olympics journey, in Pool B, with a match against New Zealand on 27th July, followed by a match against Argentina on 29th July. They will then face Ireland and Belgium on 30th July and 1st August, respectively, with their final group stage game against Australia on 2nd August. A top-4 finish will ensure that India advances to the knockout stages.
 
“We just completed a grueling two-week camp in SAI Bengaluru and after a short detour in Switzerland with Mike Horn, who is reputed for his extreme adventures that conquer his fears, the Team will play some practice matches against the Netherlands and Malaysia to ensure we are in the best state of mind and body before we begin our Olympic journey. The team is in high spirits and is looking forward to the final block of training,” Indian Men’s Hockey Team Captain Harmanpreet Singh said before stepping onto his flight.
 
Indian Men’s Hockey Team Vice Captain Hardik Singh added, “The team has prepared well so far, we identified areas that needed improvement from the London and Antwerp stages of FIH Pro League 2023/24 and worked on it in the training camp in SAI Bengaluru. The best teams in the world will take part in the Paris 2024 Olympics but this squad is ready to seize the opportunity and bring glory to India. We are confident in our abilities and excited about the journey ahead."

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