winter polo is on

So we spent two hours to get rid of the snow and ice today at Polfa.  It also took 60 kilos of road salt.  But we managed and everyone was thrilled to play for the last time in 2014. See you next year, Polfa!
PS. Talk about brave new world: this post was made entirely on my cellphone.


november at polfa

Despite the national holiday (All Saints' Day), when everyone is running around cemeteries like headless chickens, we managed to assemble the crew for some throw ins. Short days, long pickups... From Polfa with love. x st.


barcelona open 2014

Barcelona Open (or Open Barcelona) was certainly the tournament of the year for me. Everyone was laid back (remeber it was a week after the World Hardcourt Bike Polo Championship in France), the setting was spectacular and the games were interesting and clean. For me it was a superb vacation with a backdrop of London.
Check out my footage from Fronton (the main court) and Agora. I'm glad I only sat down to these pictures now, It's even a bigger pleasure to look at them during a miserable central-european autumn!


london open 2014

I've finally got around looking at pictures from London Open this year. I was traveling and moving thus over a month of delay. London Open in its fifth year did not surprise with how great of a tournament it always is. Kept low profile this year it reminded me of the first LO, back in 2010, my first international tournament. In 2014 however we had three nice courts and pretty much everything you need at a bike polo event, yet in a really family/punk/party atmosphere. Check out my pictures and brace yourselves for next year: rumor has it It's gonna be a blast!


june @ polfa

While Warszawa is getting ready for the new court, Kraków is going strong, now at the newly refurbished Polfa - abandoned swimming pool we've been leasing from the city since 2011. Rumor has it a brand new place is to emerge in Kraków, stay updated via Bike Polo Club Kraków facebook page!