WHBPC 2017 Details

Posted by on Feb 20, 2017 in WHBPC
WHBPC 2017 Details

Tuesday, October 3rd to Saturday, October 7th The WHBPC schedule is set. We have created a detailed schedule below and we have the final global allocation for direct entry to the main event. Please see below for details on both. Additionally we are pleased to announce that we are working very hard with Lexington Bike […]

Introduction to Squad

Posted by on Jan 18, 2017 in Education, NAH, NAHBPC, Qualifying Series, Rules, WHBPC
Introduction to Squad

Welcome to the 2017 NAH Tournament series. As you all know by now the NAHBPC and WHBPC will be carried out in squad format. Most of you have either played in this format, watched it, or know the general premise of it. For those who do not, we would like to take a few minutes […]

Squad is Here!

Posted by on Dec 31, 2016 in Changes, NAH, NAHBPC, Qualifying Series, WHBPC
Squad is Here!

Happy New Year from the NAH! In 2017, the NAH will be hosting the WHBPC and will be welcoming polo players from around the world. We have already begun preparation for the upcoming competitive season which for us means hosting the NAHBPC and the WHBPC, along with administrative support to the regional qualifiers. The bidding […]

We Want You!

Posted by on Dec 19, 2016 in NAH, NAHBPC, WHBPC

With the NAH coordinating two majors in 2017, we feel it best to do a public call for volunteers to assist the real labor of fundraising and planning the NAHBPC and WHBPC.  The working group will meet online every two-three weeks to divide tasks and provide status updates.  The working group will be facilitated by me, […]

2017 NAHPBC and WHBPC: Call for Bids

Posted by on Dec 16, 2016 in NAH, NAHBPC, WHBPC

  We are happy to announce we’re now accepting bids for the 2017 NAHBPC and WHBPC! The NAHBPC is slated for July and Worlds will be hosted in September. If you and your club are interested in hosting one of these events, head over to the Bike Polo Calendar to get more details about the […]

Hello

Posted by on Dec 7, 2016 in Changes, Governance, NAH, NAHBPC, WHBPC

Early in 2016, Ben approached me about taking over the leadership of the NAH.  We had talked on many occasions about what mission the organization was best to address.  He was ready to step down, and I had some drive in me to make 2017 a year of polo revival and celebration. But, let’s get […]

2016 Season: Survey Results, NAHBPC & Worlds Hosts

Posted by on Mar 31, 2016 in 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, […]

2015 Season and Beyond

Posted by on Feb 18, 2015 in Changes, NAHBPC, Qualifying Series, Rules, WHBPC
2015 Season and Beyond

NAH Qualifying Series As in previous years, teams will qualify for the NAHBPC through regional qualifiers. The regional reps must provide the list of qualified teams, and one wild card team to the NAH (tournaments@nahardcourt.com) by Monday August 3rd 2015. Qualifiers The following changes will be made from last year. Regions will have full control […]

WHBPC 2015 – Timaru, NZ

Posted by on Oct 1, 2014 in WHBPC
WHBPC 2015 – Timaru, NZ

NAH would like to confirm we will not be bidding for the World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship 2015! We approve and support the bid from Timaru, NZ. We will be focussing on putting a bid together for the next Worlds, with the intention of it being in summer 2017..

Europe joins NAH in supporting Timaru for WHBPC 2015

Posted by on Sep 15, 2014 in WHBPC

Europe joins the NAH in supporting the Timaru bid for Worlds 2015. Any clubs in either North America or Europe who want to compete to host that tournament should contact their respective association by the end of the month. The EHPA is ready to fully support the Timaru bid for WHBPC but would like to […]