The Segway Polo Club of Barbados (SPCB) has been closely monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation that is impacting the global community, and more directly, our region and country in recent days.
In light of these developments, the SPCB has today taken a decision to postpone the 2020 Segway Polo in Paradise - Barbados Cup originally scheduled for May 29 - June 3, 2020 to a date to be announced in the near future.
Since capturing a record 3rd consecutive WOZ Challenge Cup – Segway Polo World Championship in Sweden earlier
this year, the Segway Polo Club of Barbados (SPCB) has seen an increase in interest in the sport on the local scene.
This is the news coming out of the SPCB, which has been working diligently to recruit and train new players. According to president and head coach, Nevin Roach, the club has adopted a new approach towards recruitment, which s...
A Barbados team made history when the became the first to lift the Segway Polo World Championships title for the third consecutive time.
Speaking from Stockholm Sweden, where the championships were held last weekend, president of the Segway Polo Club of Barbados Nevin Roach, told NATION SPORT the Barbadians have now won the overall title five times - proof that the are indeed the best.
The final was the third straight between the Bajans and the Ger...
When the 2019 World Championship of Segway Polo, also known as the WOZ Challenge Cup gets underway in Sweden later this month, Team Barbados will be aiming to win a third consecutive title, and a fifth overall.
This is the news coming out of the Segway Polo Club of Barbados, which will see Team Barbados defending their 2017 title with the likes of Ralf Luther, Brett Callaghan, Ryan Rodriguez, David Eastmond, Daniel Hatch, Franchero Ellis and Nevi...
A solid 4-2 win over the Calypso Kings, saw the Green Monkeys being crowned champions when the curtains fell on the 2018 Barbados Cup – Segway Polo in Paradise, which took place on Monday night at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex.
At the end of the pool matches, Rum Punchers were the heavy favourites to take the title as they played undefeated in Pool A, while Green Monkeys amassed 13 points in Pool B. However, it wasn’t meant to be for the Rum Punch...
The stage is set for the final of the Barbados Cup – Segway Polo in Paradise featuring some of the top international players.
Yesterday’s semifinal action saw Calypso Kings book their spot in a nerve wrecking match against Rum Punchers. Despite some fantastic play and good attacking opportunities, the match remained scoreless at the end of regulation time. Philip Evenly scored a sudden death penalty to secure the win for his team to cement their s...
International Segway Polo players from the UK arrived in Barbados over the weekend, ahead of the 2018 Barbados Cup – Segway Polo in Paradise. The third edition of the tournament is set to get underway this Friday at the Usain Bolt Sports Complex.
Paul Davies a member of the last winning team expressed his excitement to return to Barbados. “I come to Barbados for the rum, sun and the fun, and also to visit my friends. Segway Polo is also a major re...
The Barbados Cup – Segway Polo in Paradise is set to get underway in exactly 2 weeks. Here are some players to look out for:
Olaf Funke founded the very first Segway Polo team in Germany; Funky Move Turtles. Despite not capturing any world titles to date, Funke is capable of carrying teams on his back and inspiring incredible performances. Don’t let his size fool you. He continues to play an integral role in the develo...
The Segway Polo Club of Barbados sat down Paul Davies from Coventry, UK, to hear his thoughts on the 2018 Barbados Cup – Segway Polo in Paradise. Paul will feature in his 2nd Cup this year, and hopes to defend his 2016 title. This is what he had to share:
Q: What keeps you coming back to Barbados?
A: I come to Barbados for the rum, sun and the fun. Also, to visit my Bajan friends who have fabulous hospitality.
Highlights of Segway Polo action in the 2017 World Championships, held July. Team Barbados dominated the competition, playing unbeaten, to lift the cup for a fourth time! Despite spending the majority of time on the field, the team was still able to explore and have some fun at places such as Sauerlandpark and Fort Fun Abenteuerland. Check it out!