Recent Examples of polo from the Web
Water polo is one of 45 sports being contested at the 2017 Maccabiah Games (also known as the Jewish Olympics) in Israel from July 4-18.
Actor Tommy Lee Jones has lived in Wellington and owned a polo ranch there.
The Burbank High football and boys’ basketball, Burroughs boys’ water polo and Providence girls’ volleyball teams all enjoyed remarkable and historic runs this 2016-17 sports season, with each dropping down at least one division.
The facility offers a comprehensive lineup of thrills, including an outdoor wakeboarding lake, polo, go-karting, paintballing, archery, horseback-riding and more.
The school's Benny Beaver mascot played rock-paper-scissors with players donning charcoal Oregon State polos during a public viewing party at the Club Level of Reser Stadium.
Tickets are $55 per person and include entry to the polo match, open bar, raffle and access to silent auction.
All three have exposed their children to water polo.
Tartikoff, a slender, graying man in chinos and a blue polo shirt, nods sympathetically.
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Origin and Etymology of polo
First Known Use: 1872
POLO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of polo for English Language Learners
: a game played by two teams of four players who ride horses while using long mallets to hit a wooden ball into a goal
POLO Defined for Kids
Definition of polo for Students
: a game played by teams of players on horseback who use long-handled mallets to hit a wooden ball into a goal
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