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Thomas Lurz and Angela Maurer take half of the gold at stake in Ostia

After experiencing bad sea conditions that dictated the postponement of the programme for two days, the site of Ostia successfully hosted the open water competitions of the 13th FINA World Championships – on July 21 for the 5km races, July 22 for the 10km and July 25 for the 25km. Germany (with Thomas Lurz and Angela Maurer) confirmed its status of powerhouse in this discipline by conquering three gold medals (half of the titles on offer). The remaining World champions came from Australia (Melissa Gorman), Italy (Valerio Cleri) and Great Britain (Keri-Anne Payne).

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FINA Men's Water Polo World League Super Final 2009: Edition # 8: A huge success

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Last year, from the Beijing Olympics we learned that the number eight is considered an auspicious number for the Chinese. This year, in Podgorica, we were taught that the number eight was also a lucky number with regard to the FINA Men’s Water Polo World League, the eighth edition of which concluded in the main city of Podgorica in the young and small Republic of Montenegro, on June 21, 2009.

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An Outlook on the Men's World League Super Final tournament

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Italian coach Sandro Campagna, on his arrival at the “Moraca” venue (which he defined as “fantastic”) directly from a training camp in Bressanone, Northern Italy at a height of 1000 metres, said his players have worked hard to improve their physical conditions and they are still working hard in order to achieve their best condition for the World Championships.

Campagna said: “I have also worked on their mental preparation; I want a winning attitude and this Super Final is just what we need to sharpen our condition.” He added: “Here, we will be able to play some high intensity games; for sure we will fight for possession on every ball, until the end of each game.”

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