Pakistan’s Tayyab Ikram has become the new head of the International
Hockey Federation (FIH) after defeating Belgium’s Marc Coudron in the
The Asian Hockey Federation chief executive beat his Belgian rival 79-47 in the virtual FIH Congress.
Pakistani official, who now resides in Macao, has secured a two-year
term as head of the organisation, completing the mandate of India’s
Narinder Batra who resigned in July.
A total of 129 national associations participated in the Congress, with 126 casting votes.