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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

WWPCA’s Observations

The World Water Polo Coaches Association (WWPCA) issued an open letter to FINA TWPC and Water Polo Liaison at FINA Bureau, with its observations and recommendations about implementations of the new rules. The WWPCA Board members, who are famous and successful coaches, analyzed the water polo competition at the 18th FINA

Tragedy: Heart Attack During Match, Died in Hospital

In Gwangju at the Masters World Championships, an American water polo player got a heart attack, then he died in the hospital. A tragedy happened at the Masters World Championships as wrote. An American player got a heart attack in match against Australia, and after transferred to the hospital, he

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

The Croatian National Team Could Be the Best Team of 2019

Despite Italy winning the men's water polo in Gwangju, Croatia could be the "Best Team of 2019." Vanda Orosz (WPNews)   According to FINA's rating system, the Croatian team performed the best at the World Championships, wrote Totalwaterpolo that I Love Water Vízilabda also posted on its Facebook page. The points earned are

Tamás Faragó: Hungary can Face Serious Pitfalls

Hungarian water polo legend Tamás Faragó summarized what he thinks about Hungary's performance at this years World Championships.   “It was never the case that the Olympics were held without the Hungarian teams. Nevertheless, neither for the female nor the male national teams are easy to qualify. (…) We can face serious