Hockey World Cup: Spain’s tuk-tuk malfunctions, the president of the Santiago federation falls | Hockey news

BHUBANESWAR: Spain’s open-top tuk-tuk (auto rickshaw) driving adventure went terribly badly here on Wednesday, prompting national federation president and former referee Santiago Deo to their injured.
The Spanish team lost to Australia 4-3 in the quarterfinals of the men’s content World Hockey League on Tuesday they were probably on their way from their hotel to Kalinga Stadium to watch the quarter-final and some of them chose to hop in a convertible for a little adventure.


According to eyewitnesses, the auto-rickshaw carrying several Spanish players and officials, including Santiago, turned around in front of Gate 3 of Kalinga Stadium. Santiago fell while jumping from the car and injured his left knee in the process.


Officers on duty ran to Santiago and gave him first aid. Not many details are known.


Besides being the president of Real Federacion Espanola de Hockey, Santiago is also a renowned international referee, having run five Olympics between Moscow 1980 and Sydney 2000.


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