Qualification to WHBPC 2019

Posted by on Apr 8, 2019 in NAHBPC, WHBPC
Qualification to WHBPC 2019

Regional Qualifiers and the NAHBPC 2019 will be Squad. The process for shifting from Squad to 3v3 for WHBPC was discussed and decided on by Regional Reps and the NAH Tournament Director and is as follows. Traditionally we use NAHBPC as a qualification ground for WHBPC. We have only ever needed this system when WHBPC […]

Allocation to NAHBPC 2019

Posted by on Feb 20, 2019 in NAH
Allocation to NAHBPC 2019

Regional allocations for the 2019 season are official. Below you will find your regions allocations based on a two-court NAHBPC. If the number of courts changes, the number of spots awarded will be adjusted accordingly. For an in-depth explanation of the prorated ranking system used to determine Regional allocation, read here. Questions? Email the Tournament […]

Numbers and Bike Polo

Posted by on Nov 27, 2018 in NAH
Numbers and Bike Polo

Occasionally playing members in North America take on independent work which is worth spreading to a wider audience. In this instance, Elliot Bosveld, of Seattle Bike Polo, has spent a significant amount of time studying the recorded games from the WHBPC 2017. He has put together an extensive statistics repost on his findings. We encourage […]

WHBPC Call for Bids

Posted by on Apr 9, 2018 in WHBPC
WHBPC Call for Bids

The World Hardcourt Bike Polo Organising Board is seeking early bids to host the 9th edition of the World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship. As previously advised, bids will be accepted only from Asia, Europe, and Latin America. Interested host clubs or regions are asked to complete the following form to provide information on their preliminary […]

2018 NAHBPC Bids & Regional Qualifiers

Posted by on Feb 26, 2018 in NAH, NAHBPC, Qualifying Series
2018 NAHBPC Bids & Regional Qualifiers

Welcome to the official call for bids for the 2018 NAHBPC. This year’s call is going to be different than past years. As you might know last year the NAH brought an added level of support and collaboration to the NAHBPC than in past years. We helped create schedules for the tournament, we aided in […]

2018 World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship Announcement

Posted by on Feb 11, 2018 in WHBPC
2018 World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship Announcement

Since the 2017 World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship, an informal group with members in official or semi-official roles in the five bike polo regions (NA/EU/ANZ/LA/ASIA) have been discussing the future World Championships. The current group involved with this discussion are: Asia Ai Tanaka xxxaiaiaixxx@gmail.com Member of the Japanese Bike Polo Association Australia/New Zealand Nick Dixon-Wilmshurst xoqz01@gmail.com […]

2017 WHBPC Survey

Posted by on Nov 13, 2017 in WHBPC

We are gathering feedback from this year’s WHBPC and would love to get your input. This survey is for everyone, whether you watched from home, played in the Wildcard or competed in the finals! This information will help organizers of future world championships. Thank you! Take the Survey!

Conduct at WHBPC ’17

Posted by on Sep 29, 2017 in WHBPC

Conduct on the court at the WHBPC 2017 The NAHBPA along with our host club, Lexington Bike Polo are doing many things to make this year’s WHBPC a wonderful and memorable experience for all attendees. As part of our efforts to make the experience as enjoyable as possible for players, volunteers, and spectators, we will […]

NAHBPC 2017 Open Registration & Lottery

Posted by on Jul 11, 2017 in NAHBPC, Qualifying Series

The NAHBPC will have a small open registration to fill one or three spots in the championship. We are asking for interested squads to submit 5-player or 6-player rosters. If your squad competed at a regional qualifier please state which one and your finishing position. We will consider your regional finishing spot as means for […]

2017 WHBPC Wildcard

Posted by on Jun 12, 2017 in WHBPC
2017 WHBPC Wildcard

This years Wildcard will feature up to 12 teams, competing for at least 2 spots to the main event, more if continental spots are left unclaimed. The wildcard spots will be allocated by region and registration will open in each region at various times based on their qualifying event being completed or not. All regions […]