Ten teams with goals from 12 up to 15 were fighting in Saint Tropez within ten days. The result: The team Easy Polo celebrates its 7th victory in 2011. Julian de Luzareta, Bautista Ortiz de Urbina, Agustín Martinez and Phillipp Maeder from the Swiss team Easy Polo won the final with 8,5:6 against the German team Marquard Media La Victoria with Thomas Rinderknecht, Martin Aguerre, Matias Benoit and Santiago Marambio. The third place went to team Wasabi with Santiago Zubiaurre, Guillermo Willington, Pablo Llorente and Karen Brink.


The Results:
Easy Polo (+14, CH)
Julian de Luzareta (+5)
Bautista Ortiz de Urbina (+5)
Agustín Martinez (+4)
Phillipp Maeder (0)

Marquard Media La Victoria (+15, D)
Thomas Rinderknecht (0)
Martin Aguerre (+5)
Matias Benoit (+5)
Santiago Marambio (+5)

Wasabi (+15, MC)
Santiago Zubiaurre (+4)
Guillermo Willington (+7)
Pablo Llorente (+4)
Karen Brink (0)

Saint-Tropez (+14, D)
Francisco Irastorza (+7)
Edouard Pan (+3)
Clément Defosse (+4)
Corinne Schuler (0)

Villa a Sesta (+15, I)
Ricardo Tattoni (0)
Eduardo Menendez (+7)
Francisco Menendez (+7)
Gualtiero Giori (+1)

F Polo (+15, PA)
Justin Gaunt (+4)
Gonzalo von Wernich (+7)
Matias Nigoul (+4)
Ashair Fiyaz (0)

Techno Polo (+14, F)
Ignacio Tillous (+6)
Santiago Irastorza (+4)
Pierre-Henri N’Goumou (+4)
Franck Dubarry (0)

Château d’Aulne (+14, F)
Clemente Zavaleta (+6)
Marano Uranga (+6)
Alexis Pouille (+2)
Jean-Marc Tyberg (0)

Sezz (+15, GB)
Shahé Kalaidjian (0)
Marcelo Amadeo (+5)
Tomas Lalor (+6)
Ignacio Garrahan (+4)

Antelope (+15, USA)
Caroline Anier (+2)
Fernando Reynot-Blanco (+6)
Martin Garrahan (+7)