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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.

By David Fink, WPH As the 2014 Simple Green U.S. Open of Handball approaches and all of the game’s best players in each code of handball prepares to...

Check out all of the action from around the handball world in the “WPH Monday Morning Serve!” The Fred Lewis Foundation’s “Salute to Kids” features...

By Dave Fink, SR Writer Americans dominated 4-Wall handball throughout the 20th century, winning every 4-Wall men’s open national championship held since...

  The Fred Lewis Foundation’s Salute to Kids Handball Tournament kicks off in Tucson, AZ, this day at the Tucson Racquet and Fitness Club [TRC],...

#3 Ranked Pro, Naty Alvarado, Represents Junior WPH @ Plummer Event www.juniorhandball.org reports, Junior WPH Clinic at the Plummer Helluva Family Bash! The...

The WPH is thrilled to partner with the University of West Florida in hosting the 2nd annual Argonauts Handball Classic, November 14th-16th at the University...

The Plummer Family Helluva Handball Bash & WPH Pre-Race Pro division wraps w/an action-packed day of handball action that included an inspiring Junior...

Montijo lays out in the breaker verses Alvarado The Plummer Family Helluva Handball Bash & WPH Pre-Race Tune-Up began Friday [October 3rd] at the Peak...

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