WPH Race4Eight Professional Handball Tour Kicked off at the Simple Green US Open of Handball this past October bringing us a Paul Brady dominating win over #1 ranked, Luis Moreno. November’s stop #2 in Tucson, Arizona, brought us a repeat performance between Brady and Moreno w/Brady taking his second stop in a row; meanwhile, Marcos Chavez defeated Naty Alvarado in the 40’s, as the Senior Race4Eight debuted with stop #1.
This year, ESPN and the WatchESPN APP will be covering All Race Stops, beginning with the Simple Green US Open; ending at the Salt Lake City Player’s Championship in April (plus all stops in-between) of 2015. (Read Below)
All WPH All Access Pass Holders can contact the WPH for Special Viewing Privilege’s and are asking that all who embrace the innovation and relationship with ESPN join the WPH as a Player’s Card Holder (membership) by purchasing at www.thehandballstore.com. Membership monies will help off-set the heavy cost of filming on ESPN and the World Players of Handball Foundation thanks you in advance for your generous gift.
“Get ready,” chirps WPH Director, Dave Vincent. “We are mixing it up again this year with format, rule and prize money changes in the attempt to make a more exciting season.”
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