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Team USA Roster for 2019 UANA Youth Pan American Championships

  The rosters for both the Men's and Women's National Teams have been announced for the 2019 UANA Youth Pan American Championships in Couva, Trinidad & Tobago. The competition will take place from August 16-23 at the National Aquatic Centre in Couva and will showcase some of the top pipeline athletes in the country. Brian Flacks

Pan American Games: USA, Brazil, Canada, Cuba and Argentina Reach Semifinals

The women’s quarterfinals of the 18th Pan American Games in Lima showed a disparity in quality between the medal contenders and the teams which will play in the classifications 5th – 8th places. Group winners (USA, Canada) and second-placed teams (Brazil and Cuba), cruised to big wins. The male USA Team

World Championships: Women’s Semifinals: United States and Spain are in the Finals

During the first placement match for 13th place, China won over New Zealand 14-12. Both teams played a great game. They were playing very professionally until the very end. This match was the teams' last performance where China finished 11th and New Zealand is 12th at the World Championships. The second

World Championships: Women’s Classification Match 1: Canada won with Penalties

In the third match today, Canada and China had an intense fight. What seemed an easy game for Canada, China quickly equalized in the second quarter. Then took over and was leading by 3 goals. About 30 seconds before the final whistle, Canada equalized to 10-10. Now, penalties were left

World Championships: Women’s Preliminary Round 3

The last day of women's preliminary rounds have finished. Spain, Italy, United States of America and Russia have advanced to the quarterfinals of the FINA World Championships. In the morning, Spain was the first qualifier, winning its third consecutive match in Group C, downing Cuba 19-6. Beatriz Ortiz top-scored with four goals

World Championships: Women’s Prelims Round 2

Women's prelims continue today. As we have stated before, Korea scored its first goal which was followed by a celebration at the end of the last quarter despite losing to Russia 30-1. Then, Hungary played against Canada. Hungary was leading for three quarters, but by the fourth quarter, Canada caught up

World Championships: Women’s Prelims 2: Hungary Beat Canada in a Nerve Wrecking Match

Attila Bíró's women's team won over Canada with a score of 15-14. Team Hungary will play again with Russia on Thursday at 8:30pm (Korean Standard Time). Photo: István Derencsényi/FINA At first, team Canada was leading. However, then Hungary's two center, Rebecca Parkes scored a goal, and Anikó Gyöngyössy earned a 5-meter penalty,

World Championships – Women’s Preliminary Round 1

EDIT: Original news is now below the star dotted line, and Part 2 is on top. Part 2: The afternoon continued with the water polo preliminary rounds. The first match in the afternoon was between Cuba and Kazakhstan. Both teams played well, Cuba was leading several times, then Kazakhstan equalized, and finished

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