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European U17 Championships: Day 3

Italy, Greece, Hungary and Spain qualify for quarterfinals in Tbilisi   Photo: Georgian Aquatic Sports Federation    Italy, Greece, Hungary and Spain won the 1st places in their respective groups at the Men’s European U17 Championships in Tbilisi, and have advanced to the quarterfinals. Italy and Spain secured their spots among top 8 teams yesterday,

Naples 2019 – Universiade – Men’s Finals

Today, at 11am the Russian Federation and Hungary had a bronze match where Hungary beat Russia 23-22. Then, the gold medal match seemed to be an easy win for host Italy against the United States. The final score was 18-7. The winner team (photo: Federnuoto) The final result: 1. Italy 2. United States 3. Hungary 4. Russian

Naples 2019 – Universiade – Men’s Quarterfinals

The men's Universiade also met for the quarterfinals. The first two teams were Russian and Australia. The Russian won 13-7, getting into the Semi-finals. The next teams were the US and Croatia where Croatia lost 11-12 in a tight match. Croatia will play for 5-8th place, while the US is in the

Naples 2019 – Universiade – Men’s Prelims – Day 6

The men's preliminary rounds also continued. Today, the United States and the Russian Federation from Group A competed first. The U.S. won 13-8. Both teams got into the quarterfinals, and the U.S. will play with Croatia while Russia will play with a team that wins Round 16 tomorrow, 9 July. Photo: Ken

Naples 2019 – Universiade – Men’s Prelims – Day 5

On 6 July, the men's teams were up against each other. First, Group A's France and the United States had a tight match where the U.S. bet France 10-8. The second match was South Korean against Russia. Russia won over Korea tremendously. The final result is 3-31.   Then, Japan and Croatia of

Hungarian Men’s National Team Press Conference – BENU Cup

The Hungarian men's national team is preparing for the World Championships, and their last matches before the big event will be at BENU Cup. Attila Vári, President of the Hungarian Water Polo Federation (MVLSZ), said at the press conference today, 28 June, that this tournament is a crucial event for the

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