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David Vincent formed the World Players of Handball in 2005 and ushered live handball viewing into our living rooms for the first time. Since its inception, the World Players of Handball has broadcast over 1,500 matches live. Dave Vincent serves as the lead play-by-play announcer for virtually all matches, combining his unique perspective and personality with a lifetime of handball experience. DV brings 25 years of broadcast radio experience (in Oregon and California) to World Players of Handball & ESPN broadcasts and provides professionalism and wit to the amazing game of handball. DV also serves as the Executive Director of the World Player of Handball at the WPH headquarters in Tucson, AZ, working daily to grow the game of handball through innovation.

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Ushandball.org Reports-  The beautiful setting of the Los Caballeros Sports Village will be the backdrop for the 65th USHA National Four-Wall Championships...

Entering the Salt Lake City Player’s Championship, just a month back, Sean Lenning was just appearing in his second R48 IV final of the season (Houston),...

Dennis Healy, far right, WPH/Y2K Handball Tournament, 2012 Dennis passed yesterday after a four year Battle Royal with a very rare skin cancer. Cancer...

The World Players of Handball Foundation (WPH Live TV) along with the United States Handball Association, Los Caballeros Sports Village and sponsors, announce...

WPH heads south of the border for the third stop in the WPH Outdoor Big Ball 3 Wall Cup Series, July 18th-19th. Unidades Eufracio Santana, Tecate B.C Mexico-...

The 2016 WPH Outdoor Big Ball 1, 3 & 4 Wall Schedule will be formulated between November, 2015 and February, 2016.  WPH Tournament committees are...

September 23-27, 2015 Las Vegas, NV Charity Doubles & Clinic on Wednesday, Sep 23, 2015 Tournament Play begins at 7:00am, Thursday, Sep 24, 2015 (for...

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