Check out this awesome footage from Brazil’s second national championship. Held in Belo Horizonte, Brazil on August 31st, the BHBP club was able to work with the city to shut down one of the busiest streets to host the tournament. A big congratulations is due to the Underdogs for winning this tournament for a second year in a row!
Here are the links that you’ll need to follow along with the 2014 World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship wildcard and main event:
The 2014 WHBPC wildcard starts (today) Wednesday at 10:oo am Montpelier time (1:oo am Pacific Time here in Portland), with the main event starting at the same time on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Be sure to not miss a minute of the action!
Too get us all excited for the start of the WHBPC 2014 in Montpelier, France next week, Paulette a Roulettes released her photos from last years championship in Florida. There are over 450 amazing photos from one of Europe’s leading bike polo photographers. Check them out HERE!
Flights. Hotels. Meals. Additional Travel. No Paid Time Off. Traveling to the World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship this year in Montpelier, France is going to be a pricey one. The organizers know this and understand the financial burden that the tournament will cause on some players wallets, and while they are unable to provide housing like the organizers of the Worlds in Geneva, they are looking to give out some free housing.
If players are willing to volunteer to help build/tear down courts, video record the games, run score boards, referee, etc, then Montpelier Bike Polo is willing to put you up (a.k.a give you housing) for free!
Yes! To make the trip to Worlds a little more affordable, all you have to do volunteer. Seems pretty easy!
If this sounds like something you’d be interested in, then all you have to do it follow this link to help out:
To add a little whipped cream on to this sugary sweet deal, referees will be be paid € 3 per game!
Sign up, help out, and don’t break the bank on your polocation.