Amund Svendsen, the man who started polocrosse in Norway and has been the chairman from the inception of the Norwegian Polocrosse Associatio, has stepped down.

Amund has been one of the driving forces behind Norwegian polocrosse and is a very keen and dedicated player, keeping a horse in the UK and travelling to it a few times a year so that he can play in UK tournaments. He has been replaced by Camilla Blom as chairperson of the Norwegian Polocrosse Association but there is still a Svendsen on the Norwegian Polocrosse Committee as Amund’s daughter Vibeke becomes treasurer. The remainder of the committee consist of Aimee Cathrin Reichelt Johansen as secretary and then Karianne Sagberg and Michelle Knudsen as additional Executive committee members.