Monday, June 27, 2016

The Cincinnati Three Way II: The Second Helping

Last weekend was the second annual Cincinnati Three Way, a bike polo/foosball/flip cup tournament organized by Cincinnati Hardcourt bike polo. Over 16 teams participated, including folks from Milwaukee, Lansing, Detroit, Washington, D.C., Chicago, Lexington, Columbus, Cleveland, and Indianapolis.

The tournament took place over two days; the first day consisted of qualifier rounds of polo, and the second day consisted of polo and foosball match ups, followed by flip cup tie breakers when necessary.

This is the first year that the tournament was held at our new polo court - one of the few municipally constructed polo courts in the US. The City of Cincinnati constructed the court last year by retrofitting an underutilized tennis court.

Cincinnati Hardcourt regularly hosts Newbie Days for folks interested in giving the sport a try. Learn more about them at their website:


More polo.

And more polo.

Awesome to see so many female players.

My favorite uniform.
Another cool uniform.


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