Marton Vamos

Two Draws, Dominant Wins by Greece, Spain, Hungary Lead Men’s WP Worlds Day 1

Day 1 of men’s water polo at the World Championships began and ended with draws, while the middle six matches were won by a minimum of nine goals.

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Serbia Aims for Fourth Worlds Men’s Water Polo Title, Croatia for Third

Croatia is the defending men’s water polo World Champion, while Hungary and Serbia rounded out the podium in 2017. Croatia is looking for its third title.

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Ferencvaros Edges Out Olympiacos in Shootout for WP Champions League Title

Ferencvaros started its quest in qualification, arrived to the Final Eight from the fourth place in the group and ended up with the Champions League trophy.

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Montenegro Stuns Host Budapest in Shootout

Montenegro claimed the victory tonight in Budapest (HUN), where the FINA Men’s Water Polo World League Super Final 2018 was taking place since Monday June 18.

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European Sup Cup, Men/Women’s Finals Preview 2017

Perhaps for the last time this year all eyes from the water polo family will be set on Budapest: site of this summer’s World Championships and also that of three European Cup finals, the Hungarian capital hosts both the men’s and women’s Super Cup finals on Saturday.

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Men’s Water Polo Day 3: Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Hungary Advance

Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, and Hungary all won their respective groups and advance to the quarter-finals of the men’s tournament in Budapest.

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Men’s Water Polo Day 2: Serbia, Montenegro, Japan and Greece Win Big

Serbia, Montenegro, Japan and Greece all had big wins on Day Two of the men’s water polo group play in Budapest.

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Montenegro Men Advance to Water Polo Semis; Beat Hungary on Penalty Shots

Montenegro beat Hungary 9-9 (4-2) to advance to the semifinals of the men’s water polo tournament in Rio de Janeiro.

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Rio Day 5 Men’s Water Polo Roundup

Sunday was the last day of pool play in the men’s water polo tournament in Rio. Eight of the ten teams will now move on to the quarterfinals.

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