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NAHBPC 2016 Qualified Teams

Posted by on Aug 2, 2016 in NAHBPC, Qualifying Series

NAHBPC Registration NAHBPC registration is now open. Fees are $40 per player. The fees may be charged any time after the team registers. Register here: https://podiumbikepolo.com/register/nahbpc2016 Only teams on this list may register. Teams should consist of 2/3 of the qualified team, unless regions decide otherwise. This list will be updated, and teams added/updated/removed. Player qualified […]

2016 Season Update: NAHBPC in Folsom, California

Posted by on May 8, 2016 in NAHBPC, Qualifying Series
2016 Season Update: NAHBPC in Folsom, California

NAHBPC 2016 NAHPBC will take place this year, but it will not be on three courts. For a number of reasons, none of the three court locations we have used in the past will be able to host this year. As such we are now focussed on making a smaller two court NAHBPC happen. We’d […]

2016 Season: Survey Results, NAHBPC & Worlds Hosts

Posted by on Mar 31, 2016 in Changes, NAH, NAHBPC, Organizing, Qualifying Series, WHBPC
2016 Season: Survey Results, NAHBPC & Worlds Hosts

Thank you to everyone who filled in our survey. We had over 350 responses, and it’s provided us with some great info. I’m going to discuss what these results mean for NAH tournaments going forward, and what needs to happen to achieve those aims.   Demographics We received responses from a wide range of players, […]

2016 Tournament Survey

Posted by on Mar 8, 2016 in NAH
2016 Tournament Survey

With the Worlds in Timaru fresh in the memory, and preparations starting for the 2016 season, we would like players in North America, and throughout the world, to provide us with feedback on what they think NAH tournaments should look like. We have gathered plenty of feedback since NAHBPC 2015 regarding what individuals want, but […]

NAHBPC Format

Posted by on Jul 27, 2015 in NAH, NAHBPC, Organizing
NAHBPC Format

© Kev Walsh 2012, leagueofbikepolo.com The format for the NAHBPC 2015 is going to change slightly from the past few years. The main thinking behind this is to condense the amount of time anyone needs to be playing, meaning shorter periods of time between games, and being able to relax for 2/3 of the day. […]