About Underwater Hockey
The British Navy invented underwater hockey in the 1950's to keep their divers fit and to improve their ability to move and work efficiently under water. The game came to Australia shortly after and has evolved into a fast dynamic sport played in more than 20 countries. Underwater hockey is played in a 25m x 15m pool that is between 2 - 4 m deep. more »
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