“Get ready to get addicted to polo.
I’ve never done drugs, but kayak polo
is the only addiction anyone needs.”
- Mark Poindexter
“Remember, whether you’ve played kayak polo
for 2 weeks, 2 years, or 2 decades,
we all started from scratch at some point,
and we all had to go through all of the frustrations
and fears that a beginner will experience.
Listen, observe, and try stuff out until it makes sense to you. Ask as many questions as you can to those around you that have more experience.
And most of all, keep it fun...That’s why I still play!”
- Ezio Ambrosetti
"The best way to have fun and get better at kayak polo is to continue to come play with us and to attend the training sessions that Sami is heading up these days. You’ll be pleasantly surprised after just a few months of playing at least once a week… but you should train and play far more often than once a week!"
"Cheers and see you on the pitch!"
“I advise that you come out to our beginners night’s and give kayak polo a try. Not everyone spends countless hours in the water and you’re going to feel uncomfortable at first, but if you come out and practice rolling and practice assisting others with the T-rescue, you will become more comfortable in the water and you’ll be more focused on the strategy of the game and having fun.”
- Nick Porter
“Prepare to have fun and to get wet!
It is a competitive sport, but at the end of the day
we are all family and a part of a wonderful kayak polo community.”
- Sami Khalil