Mia Cambiaso

Female Athletes

Mia Cambiaso

Born with a passion for polo running through her veins, Mia Cambiaso is a true equestrian prodigy and a rising star in the world of polo. Hailing from a family deeply entrenched in the sport, Mia's journey in polo began with an undeniable connection to horses and an unwavering determination to leave her mark in the sport that has defined her family's legacy.

As the daughter of the legendary polo player, Adolfo Cambiaso, Mia was introduced to the game at an early age, surrounded by the clatter of hooves and the exhilarating rhythm of polo matches. Under the tutelage of her father and the guidance of experienced mentors, she quickly honed her skills and showcased an innate talent for the sport.

With a fearless spirit and relentless drive, Mia fearlessly galloped into the competitive polo scene, making a name for herself on both national and international stages. Armed with a keen sense of strategy, lightning-fast reflexes, and a deep understanding of the bond between player and horse, she has become a formidable force on the field. 

Mia's dedication to advancing women in polo has been evident in her trailblazing performances in major tournaments, including her triumphant victory at the 2022 Argentine Women's Open. Wearing the emblem of Hawaii Polo Life on her jersey, Mia not only celebrated her own success but also contributed to raising awareness for her homeland and the brand that embodies the essence of Hawaii's equestrian heritage.

Off the field, Mia is known for her humility and genuine love for horses. Often seen spending time with her equine companions, she recognizes the vital role these majestic creatures play in the world of polo and acknowledges their significance in Hawaiian history.

As she continues to soar to new heights in the sport, Mia Cambiaso remains an inspiration to aspiring polo players worldwide. Her journey is a testament to the power of passion, hard work, and the enduring bond between humans and horses. With each gallop, she not only carries the legacy of her family but also contributes to the growing legacy of women in polo—a legacy that is bound to inspire generations to come.