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The 2020 R48 IX Montana Red Death marks the 61st event in the history of the Race 4 Eight tour, with the tour spanning 16 states in the R48’s first eight+ seasons. The 2020 R48 IX Montana Red Death will feature R48 #1, current world champion, and two-time defending Red Death champion Killian Carroll (IRE) seeking his first title of the 2019/20 R48 IX season. Carroll will have to contend with R48 Elite 8 stars “Flying Cordovas,” the Los Angeles Athletic Club’s Marcos Chavez and Vic Perez, Ireland’s newly minted R48 Elite 8 star Martin Mulkerrins, David Fink (AZ), and Emmett Peixoto (CA).
In it’s first year as an official R48 stop in 2018, the Montana Red Death was voted “R48 Newcomer of the Year” by the R48 pros and was a serious contender for R48 stop of the year. Complete with endless hospitality, enthusiastic and knowledgeable fans, a beautiful facility and exciting junior handball clinics, the Montana Red Death promises to kickoff off 2020 in style.
Check out all of the important 2020 R48 IX Montana Red Death tournament information below:
For more info on the 2020 Montana Red Death, including starting times and to follow the brackets go HERE
Men’s Elite Eight Invites and their Seeds:
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2020 Montana Red Death R48 IX Stop #4 Press Release HERE
2020 Montana Red Death Broadcast Schedule on WPH Patreon: Saturday, January 26, 10 am-7 pm MST, Sunday, January 27, 10 am-1:30 pm PST. Become a WPH Patreon HERE
Handball Terminology + Instruction and R48 Rules HERE
Race 4 Eight Pro Player Bios HERE
Full Race 4 Eight IX Preview HERE
WPH Power Rankings HERE
DF’s R48 Fun Facts and Trends HERE
Race 4 Eight History of Champions and Finalists HERE
WPH RACE 4 EIGHT: The World Players of Handball’s 2019/20 Race 4 Eight IX Powered by ESPN features R48 stops in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona, Oregon, Montana, Louisiana, Texas, New York, Texas, California, and Utah, all culminating with The Player’s Championship in Utah in May of 2020. Similar to NASCAR’s Nextel Cup and the FedEx PGA Playoffs, players earn points in the Race 4 Eight’s regular season stops to qualify for the season-ending Player’s Championship and bonus prizes.
For more information on the WPH Race 4 Eight, please contact World Players of Handball Executive Director David Vincent at firstname.lastname@example.org or World Players of Handball Development Director David Fink at email@example.com. For more information on the World Players of Handball, please visit wphlive.tv
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