South Korea fielded its first-ever women’s water polo team – comprised of all swimmers – all but one of whom is in their teams.
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Hungary claimed the World University Games women’s water polo title with an 8-7 victory over Italy, while Russia claimed the bronze with a 22-7 win.
The two-time defending World Champion USA women’s water polo team defeated New Zealand 22-3 backed by five goals from Stephania Haralabidis.
Sarah Sjostrom’s 3 gold, 1 silver medal performance at the 2017 World Championships earned her $75,000 in prize money individually.
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.
The USA is the favorite to earn the 2019 women’s water polo title at the World Aquatic Championships. The Americans are the two-time defending champs.
Italy and Hungary nabbed spots in the World University Games women’s water polo final. with semifinal wins over Canada and Russia on Friday.
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Great Britain claimed ninth place in the World University Games men’s water polo competition. France and Japan won, advancing to Friday’s fifth place match.
France claimed ninth place in women’s water polo at the Summer Universiade, while the fifth through eight place seeding matches also were played on Thursday.
Hungary, Italy, Russia and the United States are set to clash in the final race to the medal stand in men’s water polo at the World University Games.
Canada, Hungary, Italy and Russia are in the hunt for podium spots in women’s water polo at the World University Games after quarterfinal wins on Wednesday.
USA Men’s National Team Head Coach Dejan Udovicic has announced the roster for the upcoming FINA World Championship in Gwangju, South Korea.
USA Water Polo Women’s National Team Head Coach Adam Krikorian has announced the rosters for the 2019 FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea.