From July 6 to 14, nine teams competed against each other to win the International Polo Cup Saint-Tropez. The tournament at the French Riviera was played in two divisions.

In the division with a handicap from +12 to +15, Corinne Schuler (0), Santiago Zubiaurre (+4), Bautista Ortiz de Urbina (+6) and J.M. Garcia Laborde (+5) of the local team Saint-Tropez defeated the foursome Kristian Petersson (0), Matias Nigoul (+4), Gonzalo von Wernich (+7) and Justin Gaunt (+4) of team F Polo by 11-6.

In the division with a handicap from +4 to +6, four teams played. In the final, team La Campana / Jivaro with Lucas Petersson (-1), Christophe Allemandou (0), Edouard Pan (+4) and Cesar Freddi (+3) won against their opponent Lion’s Polo Team by 10-8.


The Teams:
Division +12 to +15 goals
Antelope (+15)
Geoffrey Palmer (0)
Martin Zeggers (+6)
Marcelo Amadeo y Videla (+5)
Edouard Pan (+4)

Los Bandidos / Le Pommeray (+15)
Dave Dollinger (+1)
Dereck Smith (+2)
Pierre-Henri N’Goumou (+5)
Pablo Jauretche (+7)

Saint-Tropez (+15)
Corinne Schuler (0)
Sanntiago Zubiaurre (+4)
Bautista Ortiz de Urbina (+6)
J.M. Garcia Laborde (+5)

F Polo Team (+15)
Kristian Petersson (0)
Matias Nigoul (+4)
Gonzalo von Wernich (+7)
Justin Gaunt (+4)

Monte Carlo Polo Team (+15)
Tom Barrack (+1)
Rommy Gianni (+1)
Christian Bernal (+6)
Dario Musso (+7)

Division +4 to +6 goals
La Campana / Jivaro (+6)
Lucas Petersson (-1)
Christophe Allemandou (0)
Edouard Pan (+4)
Cesar Freddi (+3)

Sezz-Power (+6)
Shahé Kalaidjian (0)
Miguel Mendoza (0)
Marcelo Amadeo y Videla (+5)
Dorian Bulteau (+1)

Lion’s Polo Team (+6)
Pierre Beylat (0)
Constant Jacquot (0)
Marcelo Pizzorno (+1)
S. Novillo Astrada (+5)

Villa Sesta (+6)
Ricardo Tattoni (0)
Gualtiero Giori (+1)
Bautista Ortiz de Urbina (+6)
Nikita Maslov (-1)