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Invitation from Sergio Mattarella

The Italian men's team's success in Gwangju leads to an irrecusable invitation. Photo from vizipolo.hu On 11 September, President of Italy, Sergio Mattarella welcomes the 2019 World Champion Italian men's national team in Rome.  Unfortunately, not everybody can be there as members from Pro Recco will fly to the United States that day.

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

World Championships: Men’s Finals: Italy is the Champion!

The first match of the day was conducted between Germany and Greece for 7th place. During the first quarter, Germany took the lead with 2-1. Then the second quarter was in favor of Greece, and by the third quarter they were leading. Greece kept scoring goals while Germany was a bit unlucky

World Championships: Men’s Semifinals: Spain and Italy Got Into the Finals

Today has started with Japan and South Africa playing for 11th place. Though the match was very intense between the teams, Japan beat South Africa 15-5 (5-1, 4-1, 3-2, 3-1) placing 11th in the match, and South Africa finishing 12th. Japan was very tactical and reacting fast while South Africa

World Championships: Men’s Quarterfinal Match 3: Hungary Got Into Semifinals After a Battle

Hungary won over Australia in the third quarterfinal match today. The game was a battle as both teams played extremely well. Australia started the lead, then Hungary kept equalizing. Then, Hungary scored two goals in a row and started leading in the third quarter for the first time. When Hungary

World Championships: Men’s Quarterfinal Match 1: Breaking News: Serbia Loses to Spain

The first quarterfinal match brought some excitement to the swimming pool. The pool at Nambu University was full of spectators, and were cheering on the Serbia and Spain. Vanda Orosz (WPNews) During the first quarter, Spain tremendously took of leading 6-1. Then Serbia caught up to 6-9, but Spain's tactics were great

World Championships: Men’s Classification Match 2: USA Will Play for 9th Place

The USA was leading the match in its entirety. South Africa scored their first goal 20 seconds before the second quarter ended. Both teams showed a great performance, but the United States performed a tactical and smart game. The final score was 20-3 (5-0, 8-1, 5-2, 2-0) for the USA.   Photos by

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