The team of Yugoslavia coached by Nikola Stamenic, gold winner in Athens 1991 European Games. The team: Aleksandar Sostar, Dusan Popovic, Igor Milanovic, Mirko Vicevic, Vitomir Padovan, Veljko Uskokovic, Igor Gocanin, Dusan Cirkovic, Nikola Ribic, Zeljko Vicevic, Milan Tadic, Predrag Zimonjic, Viktor Jelenic, Goran Radjenovic and Vaso Subotic.
Wednesday, May 1, 2019
Thursday, April 4, 2019
The team of Brazil finalist at Buenos Aires 1951 Pan-American Games. The Brazilian team: Alfonso Zaparoli, Armando Caropresco, Claudino de Castro, Edson Perri, Guilherme Schall, Isaac Moraes, João Havelange, Leo Rossi, Luiz Antônio dos Santos, Milton Busin, Nelson Brescia, Samuel Scheimberg, Saverio Gregorut.
Ranking: 1. Argentina, 2. Brazil, 3. USA.
Source: O Globo Sportivo Ano XII N633
Monday, January 28, 2019
Sunday, May 20, 2018
The Water Polo team of Kavalla Nautical Club, Greece Champion of 3rd Greek Division in 1964 Standing L-R: Lolidis (coach), Kontis, Tsilikas, Karipis, Pipis, Petasgourakis, Topouzis, Paneras, Kapnopoulos, Toulikidis, Lampaditis, Savvidis (manager).
Source: Archive Pavlos Kapnopoulos, courtesy Mr. Antonis Kazas
Saturday, May 5, 2018
The team of the Pirates Water Polo Club, winners of the Hawke's Bay Championship, 1922-1923 in New Zealand. Standing L-R: T Daley, A Cohen, W Wilkie, R Kivell and E Amner. Seated L-R: C McKinnon, N. Kivell (Captain) and R McCallum.
Thursday, May 3, 2018
Tuesday, December 26, 2017
The team of R.N.Bogliasco, Italy in 1964. Standing L-R: Crovetto V., Toselli, Crovetto Elio (Giulin), Antonio Caffanera (President), Giuseppe Caffarena, Belzer, Boccardo, Nanni, Aldo Caneda (V.President). Squatting L-R: Toselli (Team Official), Bario, Aldo De Giorgi, Valle, Carnevalli, Conti (Team Official).
Source: Biancoceleste Bogliasco 1951-2016 by Gianni Lastrico
Saturday, December 23, 2017
Tuesday, December 19, 2017
The team of ASC Duisburg, Cup winner in Germany in 1989. Front L-R: Jürgen Kluge (Coach), Frank Böllert, Dirk Jacoby, Peter Kraut, Thomas Huber, Alexander Plotz, Detlev Weitmann (Physio), Axel Garnatz (team Manager). Second row L-R: Alexander Kluge, Thomas Figura, Arnulf Diegel, Rainer Osselmann. Third row L-R: Oliver Dahler, Dirk Zeien, Dietmar Diegel, Ingo Borgmann, Guido Reibel
Source: courtesy of Arnulf Diegel
Monday, November 6, 2017
The team of Ethnicos Piraeus winner of the 1991 Greek Cup. Among the players Vaggelis Patras, Makis Voltirakis, Nikos Armenakis, Filippos Kaiafas, Panos Bakounis, Thodoris Moustakarias, Thodoris Kalakonas, Michalis Birakis, Tasos Tsikaris, Ilias Macheras, Fondas Markopoulos. With the players celebrating the Club Officials Mihalis Papailiadis (President), Kostas Vintzilaios (General Secretary), Giorgos Tsaltas, the ex Captain Sotiris Stathakis and the faithful supporter Yiannis "Ethicaras"
Source: courtesy Avgoustis Vintzilaios
Tuesday, October 31, 2017
The team of VK Partizan of Belgrade winner of the 1975 European Cup of National Champions. Standing L-R: Vlaho Orlic (Head Coach), Markovic, Belamaric, Stamenic, Sofjanic, Marovic, Antunovic, Pericic. Squatting L-R: Manojlovic, Rudic, Sandic, Vranes. VK Partizan won 7 times the European Cup for National Champions: 1964, 1965, 1967, 1971, 1975, 1976 and 2011
Sunday, October 29, 2017
Monday, October 23, 2017
Monday, September 18, 2017
The team of Genoa Cricket and Football Club (GCFC) winner of the 1st official Italian Championship in 1912 held in Santa Lucia of Napoli. The team of Genoa won the 4-1 the team of Napoli Partenope (Rari Nantes Napoli since1927). Genoa CFC: Ernesto Ghiorzi, Augusto Massa, Paganelli I, Paganelli II, Vittorio Semorile, Gavoglio, Davide Baiardo. Partenope Napoli: Cesare Cancelli, Joima, Pellegrini, Mascoli, Del Giudice, Gennaro Cangiullo, Tarantini.
Source: Aronne Anghileri (nel lonatno 1912). Il mondo del Nuoto 11/11/1990
Thursday, September 14, 2017
The National team of Mexico coached by the legendary Kalman Markovits in 1973. Standing L-R: Daniel Gómez, Juan García, Raúl Alanís, Maximiliano Aguilar, Francisco García, Arturo Valencia, Kalman Markovits. Squatting: Agustín Villafranco, Armando Fernández, Alfredo Sauza, Vázquez y Antonio Martínez
Source: courtesy of Anyko Sesma
Source: courtesy of Anyko Sesma
Tuesday, September 12, 2017
The team of West Germany 4th at Munich 1972 Olympic Games. The team: Gerd Olbert , Hermann Haverkamp, Peter Teicher , Kurt Küpper, Günter Wolf, Ingulf Nossek , Ludger Weeke, Kurt Schuhmann, Jürgen Stiefel, Hans Simon, Hans Hoffmeister.
Sunday, September 10, 2017
The team of Orvosegyetem Sport Club (OSC) Champion and Cup winner in Hungary in 1970. Standing L-R: dr Csikós Ferenc, Gál Jenő, dr Konrád Sándor, dr Szathmáry Gábor, dr Konrád Ferenc, Oláh Endre, Bodnár János. Squatting L-R: dr Kovács Károly, dr Bodnár András, dr Szívós István, Elek Miklós.
Source: courtesy of Gál Jenő
Thursday, August 31, 2017
The team of Ferencvaros TC coached by dr. Mihály Mayer, winner of the European Cup for National Cup winners in 1978. Standing L-R: Gyore, Gerendas, Wiesner, Szello, dr. Opacs, Balla. Squatting L-R: Konrad, Debreczeni, Kasas, Steinmetz, Koresi.
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Sunday, August 6, 2017
The team of VK Partizan Belgrade in 1988. Standing L-R: Dusan Popovic, Goran Radjenovic, Zeljko Krivokapic-Baka, Igor Milanovic, Dragan Andric, Anto Vasovic, Aleksandar Sostar, Mirko Bradajic, Marinko Roje, Milan Radan Squatting L-R: Milan Tadic, Vitomir Padovan, Nikola Ribic, Darko Udovicic, Igor Gocanin, Pino Dragojevic, Dejan Udovicic.
Saturday, July 15, 2017
The team of A.S.P.T.T. Constantine at the Championships of North Africa held on the 25th and the 26th July 1953 in the pool Gallia at Oran, Algeria. Standing from L-R: Djabri, Batino, Lefert, Guedj-Meyer Foughali, Tchanderli (Coach). Squatting from L-R: Max Fitoussi, Albert Fitoussi, Bachara and the swimmer Kahlouette.
Tuesday, June 13, 2017
Friday, June 2, 2017
Paolo De Crescenzo (Naples, 1950 - June 2, 2017) was an Italian Water Polo player and Coach. Paolo grew up in Canottieri Napoli under the leadership of Friz Dennerlein. He started in the first team in 1965, beginning his militancy in that group that dominated Italy's water polo in the 70s winning 4 Italian Championships and the 1977 European Champions Cup. In 1983 he became Head Coach of Posillipo Napoli and immediately won the sympathy of the environment. The coaching carrier of De Crescenzo from that point had an exponential rise: 9 Italian Championships, 2 Italian Cups, 2 European Cups and above all 2 European Champion Cup as well one European Super cup made him one of the most titled coaches of the Italian and European Water Polo. In the 2003-05 season he also led the National team to the Athens 2004 Olympic Games before returning for another two years to his beloved Posillipo, then retiring in 2007. In the summer of 2013 he returned to lead the A1 team Acquachiara, Napoli to its first European Participation.
Friday, March 3, 2017
The team of Yugoslavia, gold winner in Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games. The team: Milorad Krivokapic, Deni Lusic, Zoran Petrovic, Bozo Vuletic, Veselin Djuho, Zoran Roje, Milivoj Bebic, Perica Bukic, Goran Sukno, Tomislav Paskvalin, Igor Milanovic, Dragan Andric, Andrija Popovic. Coach: Ratko Rudic
Source: magazine "Il mondo del Nuoto", 9 September 1984
Thursday, February 23, 2017
The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) team in 1994. Front row: Guy Baker (Head Coach), Tommy Wong, Adam Krikorian, Scott Turner, Mark Sutter, Matt Emerzian (Assist. Coach), Second row: Corbon Graham, Steve Haney, Dave Dowdwey, Jim Toring, Andreas Luba, Third row: Dan Reuter, Jeff Porter, Lutter Weidner, Zack Fisten, Milos Bozinovski. Fourth row: Kevin Kramer, Jake Jokota, Brandon Stont, Terry Baker, Eric Helfer. Back row: Matt Swanson, Jeremy Braxton-Brown, Randy Wright, Steve Covec.
Friday, February 17, 2017
Saturday, February 11, 2017
Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Tuesday, January 31, 2017
The team of Portugal that took part at Helsinki 1952 Olympic Games composed by: Francisco Alves, Eduardo Barbeiro, Óscar Cabral, José Manuel Correia, Máximo Couto, João Franco do Vale, Rodrigo Basto Junior, Fernando Madeira, Armando Moutinho.