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Women’s World Junior Championships: Russia Wins World Champion Title

The female team of Russia successfully defended the Junior World Champion title. Russia defeated the Netherlands 11:5 in the final of the 13th FINA World Women’s Junior Championships in Funchal (Portugal).     Italy won the bronze medal by edging out Greece in the match for the 3rd place – 9:8. This is

Golden Gwangju: Ashleigh Johnson of the United States

photos credit: Getty Images     The 2019 FINA World Championships featured many emotions for the victorious USA women’s water polo team. The return of key players, the joy of winning a title, the opportunity to advance their sport and their support of each other in the face of tragedy.   Ashleigh Johnson wasn’t there

2019 USA Water Polo Junior Olympic All-Americans Announced

www.stfrancishs.org USA Water Polo is proud to announce the 2019 Junior Olympic All-American selections. Athletes from 11 different divisions are represented in the All-American selections and spaces were allotted based off of team finish. All athlete selections were submitted by the coaching staff of the club awarded the selection. For everything

FINA Women’s Junior Water Polo Championships 2019

The FINA Women's Junior Water Polo Championships 2019 will be held in Funchal, Portugal between 9-15 September. Diapolo Cup 2019 (Photo: Olívia Nagy/WPNews) The groupings are the following: # Group A Group B 1 HUN BRA 2 USA NED 3 AUS KAZ 4 JPN ESP   # Group C Group D 1 RSA GRE 2 POR CAN 3 ITA NZL 4

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

Masters World Championships: Finals

The 18th FINA Masters World Championships has ended today. The last matches in the men’s groups 45+, 60+ and 65+/70+ were played at the Nambu University Grounds today. In the men’s category 45+, Spandau (Germany) and AMPA ECP (Brazil) shared the points (8:8). A point was enough for the Germans to take

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