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Attendance to 2019 WHBPC

Posted by on Aug 1, 2019 in WHBPC
Attendance to 2019 WHBPC

Attention NAH community. The WHBPC is approaching fast and we would like to invite anyone interested in attending the World Championship in Córdoba to email Mark at mark@naharcourt.com as we have a number of unclaimed spots to fill. If you attended the NAHBPC and you are interested in attending the WHBPC, please speak with your […]

NAH Ruleset 2019

Posted by on Jul 12, 2019 in Rules

We are happy to announce a small update to the ruleset ahead of the 2019 NAHBPC. After gathering feedback from players and referees who participated in WHPBC 2017 and NAHBPC 2017/2018, the most common and serious topic of discussion was the lack of consistency with Referees, as well as mitigating the benefit of a “clean […]

New NAH Rules Director

Posted by on Apr 29, 2019 in NAH, Rules

Hi polo people, I’m Joel Crandall based out of Asheville, North Carolina. I’ve been playing since 2012. Since then, I’ve helped officiate two World Championships, a handful of NAHBPC and regional qualifiers, as well as hosted a number of annual tournaments here in the Blue Ridge Mountains. I’ve been asked to step up as the […]

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 […]

Seattle will host 2019 NAHBPC

Posted by on Mar 18, 2019 in NAH, NAHBPC

The NAH is pleased to announce that the 2019 NAHBPC will be held in Seattle, WA. Seattle is one of the longest standing clubs in North America and the NAH is excited to work with a club with such rich bike polo history and experience to host this year’s NAHBPC. Seattle’s bid includes significant overhaul […]