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Bartolomé Castagnola

Bartolomé Castagnola
Born 16, 1970 (1970-06-16) (age 47)
Lomas de Zamora, Buenos Aires Province
Occupation Polo Player
Spouse(s) Camila Cambiaso
Children 3 sons

Bartolomé Castagnola born June 16, 1970 in Lomas de Zamora, Buenos Aires Province is an Argentine polo player with a 10-goal handicap and ranked among the top twenty players[1]. He is often referred to as Lolo.




Bartolomé Castagnola started playing polo seriously, when he was 14 and his father took him to the La Martina Polo School, where he got to know Adolfo Cambiaso. In 1988, he started playing polo abroad, when he went to San Diego with Marcelo Caset and won the San Diego Open. Since then, he won the Sotogrande Gold Cup, the US Open, the USPA Gold Cup, the Queen’s Cup and the Hurlingham Open among other.

He participated 14 times in the Campeonato Argentino Abierto de Polo (Argentine Open), won 6 times and took part in the final another 3 times [2].

Castagnola played for La Martina, Ellerstina, Outback and Dubai and played in Argentina, Spain, Dubai, United Kingdom and Australia. He founded the La Dolfina Polo Team, together with Adolfo Cambiaso, where he usually plays on position 4.


Bartolomé is married to Camila Cambiaso, sister of Adolfo Cambiaso. He has three sons.




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