The Simple Green US Open of Handball (October 22nd-25th) will be LIVE on ESPN3.com & the WatchESPN App and you can watch for FREE w/your basic cable log on credentials. ***Click here for more info regarding the multiple platforms and methods of signing in: WatchESPN? The SGUSOH marks the first stop of the WPH Professional Handball Tour; labelled the Race4Eight V, Powered by ESPN. Men (R48), Women (WR48) & 40+ pros (SR48) will receive prize money, ranking points, race points and huge trophies. It’s not too late to enter the Simple Green Race Stop and WPH Outdoor Big Ball 3 Wall Ranked event, HERE>
You recall, that the WPH has seven stops on tour where players will vie for eight exclusive spots at the season’s finale, The Player’s Championship (Portland, Oregon, May 2016).
Learn more about the Race4Eight (R48Pro V) HERE>
Race4Eight Rankings, Rules, Schedule HERE>
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WPH Live TV is under contract with ESPN and no outside distribution of film is allowed until a set grace period of time has elapsed. Please email us with a list of your five favorite (Paddleball/Racquetball and Handball) matches and we may make them available on Blu-Ray DVD.
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