WPH Race4Eight Professional Handball Tour continues in 2016 with the last remaining three stops of the season–All Powered by ESPN3 & the WatchESPN App. The general theme is simple, anyone can play! “We have designed the pro tour to allow local standouts to jump into the fray,” says WPH Director, Dave Vincent. “If a player missed the first four stops, they could still win the Player’s Championship Trophy. It’s not too late!” Vincent explains that the WPH awards huge prize payouts per stop, but also season ending bonuses.
- Review WPH Rules, Payouts and More, HERE>
- Anyone can play in the last remaining stops, to include the player’s championship in May and all entry forms are on line at r2sports.com, by searching the dates below and keyword: Handball
- ESPN3 & the WatchESPN App will air the WPH matches for all remaining stops.
- JR WPH will have instructional clinics at each location. Juniors on the courts with pros.
Mar 10th-13th – New York Athletic Club hosts the WPH R48pros, Qualifiers and Women’s Elite Pros– All earning valuable Race Points, Cash & Trophies. There is an adjacent local tournament that anyone can enter. WPH qualifier is expanded to 46 players!
Enter New York, HERE>
Apr 15th-17th – Salt Lake City Aces put on a show! Pro/Am Doubles, WPH Pro Qualifiers & Elite Pro Money Singles. Voted Best in Show, by the pros, three years in a row! Anyone can play and enter.
Enter Salt Lake, HERE>
May 5th-8th – Portland, Oregon – Multnomah Athletic Club – Along with the United States Handball Association’s Master Singles, the WPH Team brings you the 5th Player’s Championship from the Great Pacific Northwest at the premier show court in the country. Featuring Women’s Elite, Pro Men’s Elite, Pro Qualifiers & Senior 40+ Pros – Anyone can enter and play.
Enter Portland, HERE>
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