Spain achieved a fine double: after winning the U18 world title among the women, they added the U19 European gold two weeks later. They had a great run in Funchal (POR), eliminating Greece, Hungary and Russia en route to the top.
The USA Men’s National Team took sixth place at the FINA World Cup following a 10-7 loss to Croatia.
The team of Hungary won the gold medal of the 2018 FINA Men’s Water Polo World Cup, after beating Australia by 10-4 in the final match of the tournament in Berlin, Germany
The USA Men’s National Team dropped a 10-8 match to Hungary in FINA Men’s World Cup quarterfinal action on Friday.
The USA Men’s National Team stopped a two-game slide and picked up their first win at the 2018 FINA World Cup with a 15-6 win over South Africa.
The USA Men’s National Team fell to 0-2 at the FINA World Cup following a 14-8 loss to Serbia.
The USA Men’s National Team opened play at the FINA World Cup with a 15-10 loss to Croatia.
Eight water polo squads representing the five continents are set to dispute the FINA Men’s Water Polo World Cup 2018 title in Berlin, Germany from Tuesday September 11 to Sunday September 16.
The USA Women’s National Team won the FINA World Cup title for the third straight time and maintained their hold on all major FINA championships following an 8-5 win over Russia.
The USA Women’s National Team will play for gold at the FINA World Cup following an 11-5 win over Spain.
The USA Women’s National Team will play for a medal at the FINA World Cup after advancing to the semifinal round with a 15-5 win over China.
The USA Women’s National Team continued their winning ways at the FINA World Cup, defeating Canada 17-3 to claim first place in Group B at 3-0.
Four former water polo players have sued their school district and USA Water Polo for abuse they say happened under their former coaches.
The USA Women’s National Team moved to 2-0 at the FINA World Cup with a 26-1 win over South Africa today. Team USA has now won their first two games at the tourney by a combined score of 44-3.
Title-holder Olympiacos (GRE), 2017 champion Szolnok (HUN) and 2016 winner Jug (CRO) will play in the same group in the upcoming season of the Champions League, according to the draw held in Barcelona on Wednesday.