MC135 Fede Tanuscio Free Hits

Free hits – a masterclass by Fede Tanuscio

A new masterclass by Fede Tanuscio was scheduled for November 17, 2023. Topic of the day will be free hits.

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Free hits

The free hits are a set piece we tend to neglect. But when the EHL introduced the self pass some years ago, the free hit became so much more versatile as a tactical weapon. Obviously free hits come in many forms based upon how and where they are taken. So let’s look at this part of the game this time…

Fede Tanuscio

fede tanuscio

Born in Argentina Fede Tanuscio came to Europe to become a pro hockey player and played for Argentina and in several top leagues across Europe. These days he is the technical director for Luxembourg.
Together with his friends Lucas Rey and Lucas Cammareri he co-founded The Hockey Sense. They combine their experiences as international players and coaches in different parts of the world for the joint study and analysis of modern field hockey with the same goal we have here #sharetheknowledge.

See it live or on demand

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Afterwards the on demand video will be available in our XPS app. In case you don’t want to miss out on future masterclasses, make sure you join us as a free or paid member so we can send you our reminders whenever we go live…

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Date

2023-Nov-17
Expired!

Time

13:00 - 14:00

Local Time

  • Timezone: America/New_York
  • Date: 2023-Nov-17
  • Time: 07:00 - 08:00

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Masterclass

Speaker

  • Fede Tanuscio
    Fede Tanuscio
    Sports Director

    Born in Argentina Fede Tanuscio came to Europe to become a pro hockey player and played for Argentina and in the top divisions of Argentina, Belgium, Italy and Switzerland. These days he is the technical director for Luxembourg.
    Together with his friends Lucas Rey and Lucas Cammareri he co-founded The Hockey Sense. They combine their experiences as international players and coaches in different parts of the world for the joint study and analysis of modern field hockey with the same goal we have here #sharetheknowledge.

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