Olympics

Tokyo Olympics: Liam Sanford's Team GB Hockey Make Knockouts

The Royal Air Force hockey player's Team GB side came back from behind to draw 2-2 with the Dutch in their fourth Pool B match.

The Team GB Men's hockey team, including the RAF's Senior Aircraftman Liam Sanford, have qualified for the knockout stages at the Tokyo Olympics.

They came back from 2-0 down to draw 2-2 with the Dutch in their fourth pool B match, with Sam Ward scoring two fourth quarter goals.

The pool has been thrown wide open after the Germans, who thrashed GB 5-1 in their last game, were beaten by South Africa.

The GB side beat South Africa and Canada, and play Belgium on Friday in their final pool game.

Ahead of the side's first match at the Olympics, Senior Aircraftman Sanford compared the Olympic Village to military accommodation as he gave Forces News his insight into the Team GB camp.