Hardcourt Bike Polo is still a teenager. It’s awkward and it’s figuring itself out. We’ve experimented with 3v3, bench, 5v5, and a couple times with 4v4, and since it is so young, we are able to figure out what is best for the sport’s growth and its payers. Because of this, I love when clubs host experimental touranments, such as Prague Bike Polo’s Sons of Pavel 4v4 no goalie tournament. The organizer of this tournament, Dany Majard, sent us some info on the format the tournament itself. Read on and see what Dany has to say, and then maybe sign up for the tournament (if you’re in Europe) or plan to host a 4v4 tournament in your home town:
Les Beehive Boys (by way of Gbot Media) have released leased part 2 of their tour footage from the World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship. If you missed part 1, you can find it HERE. If you’ve already seen part 1, then enjoy part 2:
Here are the complete results from the 2016 North American Hardcourt Bike Polo Association survey. A couple quick facts to take away before you take it all in: 1. There will be an NAH season this year so start organizing those qualifiers. 2. We need a club to host the NAHBPC! Which club wants to take on the task? I will do what I can to help from here in Portland! Anyway… here are the results as reported by the NAH:
I know it’s the day after Christmas so most of you have probably used up all of your holiday gift giving spirit, but if you have any left then use it to help Salt Lake City Bike Polo‘s Les Beehive Boys and Hija de la Coneja‘s Alejandro Carrillo make the trip down to the World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship in Timaru, New Zealand. They are already qualified/registered, they just need a little extra help making the trip possible.
It was announced yesterday that Ladies Army 8 now has a location and a date. The historic tournament will be held in Guadalajara, Mexico from June 3rd to June 5th. Save the date and hopefully I will see you there!