La Dolfina Polo Team

La Dolfina 's name for an Argentine polo team, a Polo Club near Buenos Aires and for a clothing company that manufactures sportswear for polo players.

La Dolfina Polo Team

La Dolfina Polo Team was established in 1997 by Adolfo Cambiaso and Bartolomé Castagnola and is one of the more successful polo teams of the present. Since 2005, Lucas Monteverde Mariano Aguerre and the other players. The team plays exclusively on Argentine polo tournaments.

Since 2000, La Dolfina plays with the Campeonato Argentino Abierto de Polo and has not reached during this time only in 2004 the final. In the years 2002, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2009 the team won this prestigious tournament. After the victory of 2007, the handicap of Lucas Monteverde was raised to 10, so that the team handicap is now 40. 2008 's winning streak continued unabated, as the team lost the final against Ellerstina ( Facundo Pieres, Gonzalo Pieres, Pablo Mac Donough, Juan Martin Nero ) 12-13 in extra time. 2009 La Dolfina played again in the final of the Argentine Open against Ellerstina and won 17-16. La Dolfina has also won four times the Hurlingham Open.

La Dolfina Polo Club

The Polo Club La Dolfina was founded on September 28, 1996 Vicente Casares, Cañuelas, Argentina. It is located about 60 km south of Buenos Aires in the province of Buenos Aires. The President Adolfo Cambiaso is. He has 4 polo fields and belongs to the category "B". The Polo Club is associated with the Asociación Argentina de Polo.

Every year is played there at the Copa and Copa Zafiro Diamante. To the Copa Diamante was first played in 2003, he is part of the WPT Challenge Cup and the team handicap is 22 The tournament will take place in November, 2008, 8 teams participated. The Copa Zafiro there since 2006, the handicap is limited to 16. 2008 there have also played 8 teams.

La Dolfina Polo Lifestyle

The company La Dolfina Polo Lifestyle provides outerwear forth for men, accessories and equipment for polo players (helmets, knee pads, boots and bags ). It was founded in 2004 by Adolfo Cambiaso.