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It was halfway between the Summer Olympics hockey competition and has continued that way. In other words, the tournament has been held every four years ever since.
E Masood, the Pakistani Ambassador to Belgium. The trophy consists of a silver cup with an intricate floral design, surmounted by a globe of the world in silver and gold , placed on a high blade base inlaid with ivory.
At its peak is a model hockey stick and ball. Without its base, the trophy stands The Hockey World Cup consists of a qualification stage and a final tournament stage.
The format for each stage is the same. The qualification stage has been a part of the Hockey World Cup since All participating teams play in the qualification round.
The teams divide into two or more pools and compete for a berth in the final tournament. The top two teams are automatically qualified and the rest of the berths are decided in playoffs.
The final tournament features the continental champions and other qualified teams. The teams divide into pools once more and play a round robin tournament.
The composition of the pools is determined using the current world rankings. The top two teams in each pool play in the semifinals for a place in the final.
The bottom two teams in the semifinals have a third place playoff. The rest of the teams have playoffs to determine their final positions.
If they are third or fourth in their pool, they play for fifth place; if they are fifth or sixth in their pool, they play for ninth place.
Twenty four teams have qualified for a Hockey World Cup. Of these, eleven teams have made it to the semifinals.
Seven teams have made it through to the finals. To date the most successful teams are Pakistan, with four titles from six final appearances, the Netherlands, with three titles from seven final appearances, and Australia with three titles from five final appearances.
Germany won in and , while India and Belgium won their lone titles in and , respectively. Nine nations have hosted the Hockey World Cup. Only the Netherlands and and Germany have won the tournament as hosts.
Spain, England, and Pakistan emerged as host runners-up in the , and tournaments. Australia placed third when it hosted the tournament in Sydney.
European teams have won the most with six titles, followed by Asian teams with five titles. Australia is the only team from Oceania to win the tournament.
Neither the Americas nor Africa have ever won the title. Germany, India, the Netherlands and Spain are the only teams to have competed at each World Cup; 24 teams have competed in at least one World Cup.
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Eight years later, the second installment of the World Cup of Hockey took place in , just prior to the —05 NHL lockout. Canada won its first tournament championship, defeating the Czech Republic in the semifinals and Finland in the final match.
The edition featured a slightly modified format: Canada again won the championship, defeating Team Europe in the finals. The edition was planned to include a European qualification tournament to determine some participating nations.
In , Canadian American architect Frank Gehry designed a new trophy for the tournament. It is made from a composite alloy of copper and nickel as well as solid cast urethane plastic.
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