Bela Komjadi is considered to be the most innovative Water Polo coach of his time. He developed Hungary into a world water polo power and established the educational and organizational system which allowed Hungary to maintain its dominance for many decades.
In 1928, Bela Komjadi invented the "air pass," or “dry pass” a technique in which a player directly passes the ball through the air to another player, who receives it without the ball hitting the water. Previously, players would let the ball drop in the water first and then reach out for it, but the "dry pass" made the offensive game more dynamic.
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