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PR 21 - WPWL 2018: Inter-Continental Cup kicks off in Auckland (NZL)

The Inter-Continental Cup of the 2018 edition of the FINA Water Polo World League starts today in Auckland (NZL), with the participation of nine teams in the men’s tournament and seven national squads in the women’s field. The competition will take place until April 8 in the Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre, and will qualify the best four teams in each tournament for the respective Super Finals of the World League.

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03Apr2018

Women Inter-Continental Cup 2018

WPWL - Women Inter-Continental Cup 2018Tuesday, April 3, 2018 - Sunday, April 8, 2018
03Apr2018
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Men Inter-Continental Cup 2018

WPWL - Men Inter-Continental Cup 2018Tuesday, April 3, 2018 - Sunday, April 8, 2018
03Apr2018
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PR 20 - WPWL 2018: Spain earns ticket for Super Final

The fifth round of the European preliminaries of the 2018 FINA Women’s Water Polo World League, held on March 27, provided two excited games in Rotterdam (NED) and Pontevedra (ESP). In the Netherlands, the local team was tangentially beaten by Russia (12-13), while in Spain, the Iberian side needed the penalty shootout to overcome Hungary by 15-13.

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18Aug

FINA Doping Panel Decision – Mr. Filip Radojevic (SRB)

On 13 August 2017, Mr. Filip Radojevic (SRB) was tested positive during the FINA World Men's Junior Water Polo Championships in Belgrade, Serbia, for the substance Pseudoephedrine (Class S.6 Stimulants).

Mr Filip Radojevic is sanctioned with two (2) years ineligibility period in accordance with the FINA DC Rule 10.2.2. The sanction started on 23 October 2017, day of his provisional suspension.

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23Mar2018

FINA Doping Panel Decision – Mr. Matthew Willenbring (USA)

On 28 August 2017, Mr. Matthew Willenbring (USA) was tested positive during the FINA World Junior Championships in Indianapolis (USA) for the substance Hydrochlorothiazide (Class S5 Diuretics and Masking Agents).

Mr. Matthew Willenbring was sanctioned with a four (4) month ineligibility period in accordance with FINA DC Rule 10.5.1.1. The sanction started on 19 October 2017, the day his voluntary provisional suspension commenced.

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23Mar2018

PR 19 - WPWL 2018: Hungary and Serbia atop of their groups, Croatia already qualified

The European water polo teams met last night on Tuesday March 20 for their fifth round game of the FINA Men's Water Polo World League 2018.

Playing at home in Podgorica, Montenegro beat Serbia 11-8, leading right from the start of the game but letting the Serbians come back in the last two quarters (3-2, 4-2, 1-1, 3-3). However Serbia keeps the lead of Group A with 9 points (3 wins). Montenegro is second with 6 points (2 wins) and Romania is last.

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21Mar2018

Ranking

 

      Doha (QAT) Victoria (SEY) Setubal (POR) Balatonfured (HUN) St. Lac-Jean (CAN) Lac Mégantic (CAN) Chun'an (CHN) Taiwan (TPE) Abu Dhabi (UAE)   Rank
WEERTMAN Ferry Netherlands-NED 20                 20 1
AUBRY David France-FRA 18                 18 2
RUFFINI Simone Italy-ITA 16                 16 2
REYMOND Axel France-FRA 14                 14 4
PALTRINIERI Gregorio Italy-ITA 12                 12 5
FURLAN Matteo Italy-ITA 10                 10 5
WASCHBURGER Andreas Germany-GER 8                 8 7
MUFFELS Rob Frederik Germany-GER 6                 6 8
FONTAINE Logan France-FRA 4                 4 8
HIRAI Yasunari Japan-JPN 3                 3 10
REICHERT Christian Germany-GER 2                 2 10
RASOVSZKY Kristof Hungary-HUN 2                 2 12
JOHANSSON Victor Sweden-SWE 2                 2 13
MEISSNER Soren Detlef Germany-GER 2                 2 14
ROBINSON Tobias Patrick Great Britain-GBR 2                 2 14
HERWIG Marcus Germany-GER 2                 2 16
MARTINEZ MURCIA Alberto Spain-ESP 2                 2 17
HUITENGA Simon Australia-AUS 2                 2 18
SANZULLO Mario Italy-ITA 2                 2 18
BURNELL Jack Great Britain-GBR 2                 2 20
COCCORDANO Aubin Louis France-FRA 2                 2 20
PIELOWSKI Krzysztof Poland-POL 2                 2 20
SMITS Pepijn Netherlands-NED 2                 2 20
VILLARINHO Diogo Brazil-BRA 2                 2 24
DO CARMO Allan Brazil-BRA 2                 2 25
KHUDYAKOV Vitaliy Kazakhstan-KAZ 2                 2 25
SCHOUTEN Marcel Netherlands-NED 2                 2 25
ENDERICA SALGADO Esteban Ecuador-ECU 2                 2 28
PONTE Fernando Brazil-BRA 2                 2 29
BATTE Clement Raymond France-FRA 2                 2 29
VANDEVELDE Alexis Leon France-FRA 2                 2 29
ROLDAN MUNOZ Enzo France-FRA 2                 2 29
SIGNORINI Oliver Australia-AUS 2                 2 33
MASSE-SAVARD Nicolas Canada-CAN 2                 2 33
HUGHES Caleb Great Britain-GBR 2                 2 33
ARMSTRONG Bailey Australia-AUS 2                 2 33
ANDRADE BUDINO Gaspar Spain-ESP 2                 2 33
CLUSMAN Jean-Baptiste France-FRA 2                 2 33
NONAKA Taiki Japan-JPN 2                 2 33
MOKHFI Naim France-FRA 2                 2 33
STUDZINSKI Alexander Germany-GER 2                 2 33
SAILLARD Hugo Frederic France-FRA 2                 2 42
KRASNIQI Arti Germany-GER 2                 2 43
WATANUKI Kaito Japan-JPN 2                 2 43
COLMANT Baptiste France-FRA 2                 2 43
SODEMANN Elliot Sweden-SWE 2                 2 43
FAN Hau-Li Canada-CAN 2                 2 43
KUKLA Clement Jean France-FRA 2                 2 43
BRANDL David Austria-AUT 2                 2 43
LIU Shuyi People's Republic of China-CHN 2                 2 43
MINAMIDE Taishin Japan-JPN 2                 2 43
LE CORRE Pablo France-FRA 2                 2 43
NEGRIS Dimitrios Greece-GRE 2                 2 43
SLOMAN Nicholas James Australia-AUS 2                 2 43
POP ACEV Evgenij The Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia-MKD 2                 2 43
ZITOUNI Fares France-FRA 2                 2 43
JEDEL Christopher Sweden-SWE 2                 2 43
WALLART Jules Laurent France-FRA 2                 2 43
AN Jiabao People's Republic of China-CHN 2                 2 43
HEDLIN Eric Canada-CAN 2                 2 43
ZU Lijun People's Republic of China-CHN 2                 2 43
AOKI Yosuke Japan-JPN 2                 2 43
FARINANGO David Ecuador-ECU 2                 2 43
DEBRIL Marin Remy France-FRA 2                 2 43
KENENBAYEV Kenessary Kazakhstan-KAZ 2                 2 43
AL QASMI Aiman Oman-OMA 2                 2 43
OUABDESSELAM Leo France-FRA 2                 2 43
MOHAMED Abdelrahman Qatar-QAT 2                 2 43
PAYET Damien Seychelles-SEY OTL                 0 43
PAYET Bertrand Seychelles-SEY OTL                 0 43
FINA/HOSA Marathon Swim World Series 2018
20Mar2018
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