‘Polo runs in the family’ – NICK WILLIAMS

2 09 2008

Copy of Picture 034 This interview by Alberto Bullrich first appeared in Miradas del Sur magazine (now defunct) last year. But Nick and Ginnie have been in France this season, where Nick has been running a tournament about which we’ll bring you more as soon as they’re back.

Father, son, grandson and great-grandson of polo players, Nick Williams began playing in his native Argentina, though he never played a full game until age 10, at school in England. He was a member of the winning team for the Cowdray Gold Cup in 1976 and 1978. He was the polo school director at Santa María Polo Club for two years. His father, Jack, ran polo in Sotogrande since its beginnings in 1968 until 1980. Maybe that is why Nick and his wife, Ginnie, decided to settle in Jimena some four years ago.


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