Saturday, March 28, 2015

1971: The Champions of Canottieri Napoli

The team of Canottieri Napoli, Champions of Italy in 1973. Standing L-R: Mario Scotti Galletta, Enzo D’Angelo., Paolo De Crescenzo,  Ciociò D’Urso, Renato Notarangelo, Vincenzo Simonetti, Nando Lignano. Seated L-R: Guido Criscuolo, Gualtiero Parisio , Silvano Forte, MassimoDe Crescenzo.
Source: Courtesy Bruno Cufino

1949: The team of Paleo Faliro, Greece


The team of Paleo Faliro (AOPF), Greece during the 1949 National Greek Championship held in the island of Mytilene. From L-R: Lazaridis, Kalliabetsos, Melanofridis, Brousalis, Georgiou, Petropoulow, Sousmazian.
Source: Archives of Paleo Faliro AOPF

1923: The Orange Free State, South Africa

The team of Orange Free State, South Africa in 1923. Standing L-R: A. Mackenzie, C. Shaw, E.G. Cooper, J.D. Robertson and Mr J.B. Ryan. Seated L-R: J. A. Cooke, I. Botha, D. Jessup and W. F. Waldeck
Source: courtesy South African Waterpolo History 

Friday, March 27, 2015

1962: The team of Panathinaicos A.O , Greece

The team of Panathinaicos  Athlitikos Omilos, Greece coached by the Yugoslavian Vigo Cietkovic on 1962.
Source: Athlitiki Echo archives

1968: The Olympic winners meet President Tito

President Tito receives the National team players of Yugoslavia, golden winners in Mexico 1968 Olympic Games
Source: Yugopapir, Photo Arena, May 1968

Thursday, March 26, 2015

1972, Munich: The National team o Yugoslavia


The National team of Yugoslavia that took part in Munich 1972 Olympic Games. Dusan Antunovic, Ozren Bonacic, Uros Marovic, Ronald Lopatny, Mirko Sandic, Zoran Jankovic, Sinisa Belamaric, Karlo Stipanic, Ratko Rudic, Milos Markovic, Ratko Rudic, Djordje Perisic.
Source: Yugopapir, Photo Arena, May 1968 

1968: The National team o Yugoslavia

The National team of Yugoslavia prior to win the gold medal  in Mexico 1968 Olympic Games. Standing L-R: Bonasic, Lopatni, Matovic, Sandic, Trumbic, Perisic. Squatting L-R: Hebel, Miskov, Jankovic, Stipanic, Poljak.
Source: Yugopapir, Photo Arena, May 1968 

Wednesday, March 25, 2015

1922: The team of Penarth, Wales

The team of Penarth Swimming and Water Polo Club, Cardiff, Wales in 1922.
Source: private collection

1928: The team of Patras Nautical Club

The team of Patras Nautical Club – Greece in 1928
Source: courtesy of Takis Kalokairinos 

1928: The team of Panahaici G.E, Patras

The team of Panachaiki Gymnastiki Enosi, Patras – Greece  in 1928
Source: courtesy of Takis Kalokairinos 

1928: The team of Olympiakos Patron, Greece

The team of Olympiacos Patron, Greece in 1928
Source: courtesy of Takis Kalokairinos 

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

1954: The team of VK Jug, Dubrovnik.

The 1954 team of VK Jug, Dubrovnik.
Source: Prvenstvo Drzave u Vaterpolu, 1954

1946: The Juniors of HAVK "Mladost" Zagreb

The Juniors team of HAVK "Mladost", Zagreb in 1946.
Source: http://www.havk-mladost.hr/

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

1954: The team of Mladost Zagreb

The team of "Mladost Zagreb” in 1954
Source: Prvenstvo Drzave u Vaterpolu, 1954

1954: The team of Jadran Hercegnovi

The 1954 team of "Jadran Hercegnovi", Montenegro.
Source: Prvenstvo Drzave u Vaterpolu, 1954

Saturday, March 14, 2015

1953: Yugoslavia winner of “Trofeo Italia”

The team of Yugoslavia winner of the “Tofeo Italia” held at Nijmegen, Netherlands in 1953. From L-R: Lovro Radonic, Bosko Vuksanovic, Zdravko Jezic, Ivo Kurtini, Zdravko Kovacic, Veljko Bakasun, Ivo Stakula.
Source: Prvenstvo Drzave u Vaterpolu, 1954 

Friday, March 13, 2015

1909: Water Polo in the wooden pool of Gouda.

Water Polo match in the wooden pool of Gouda, Netherlands in 1909.

1948, London: The National team of Australia

The National team of Australia in London 1948 Olympic Games composed by: Colin French, Roger Cornforth, Arthur Burge, Les MacKay, Ben Dalley, Eric Johnson, Leon Ferguson, Jack Ferguson.

Thursday, March 12, 2015

1964, Tokyo: Igor Grabovsky in action

Igor Vladimirovich Grabovsky member of the Soviet team which won the bronze medal in  Tokyo 1964 Olympic Games ready to stop a shot by the Hungarian Zoltán Dömötör  (#4)
Source: http://www.gahetna.nl/ 

Wednesday, March 11, 2015

1984, Los Angeles: The bronze team of West Germany

The National team of West Germany, winner of bronze medal in Los Angeles 1984 Olympic Games. Standing L-R: Roele, Loebb  ,Otto, Osselmann, Hope, Chalmowsky, Boleber (Physio), Haas( Team Manager), Firoiu (Head Coach). Kneeling L-R: Huber, Teismann, Stamm, Freund, Fernandes, Obschernikat and Schroeder.
Source: courtesy of Nico Firoiu

Tuesday, March 10, 2015

1963: The Champions of Transvaal Water Polo

The team of Transvaal Water Polo Team winner of the 52nd Currie Cup held in Pretoria on 1963. Back row L-R: P. Hugo, G. Knapp, R. Anderson, V. Kabalin. Middle row L-R: R. Pearse, R. Schwartz, T. Burgess, Billy Otto, I. Wright. Front row L-R: I. Lasarow, (Manager), H. Pelser (captain), L. Nahon, G. Bródy (Head Coach, gold winner with Hungary at 1932 Los Angeles and 1936 Berlin Olympic Games).
Source: South African Water Polo History 

Saturday, March 7, 2015

1960, Rome: The National team of South Africa

The National team of South Africa at the 1960 Rome Olympic Games. Back L-R: W.W. Voges, A.T. Brown, S.J.F. Botha, R.C. Tinkler and (W. A. J. “Dutch” Aucamp - Obscured) Front L-R: R.L. Schwartz, F.M. BUTLER (captain), A.A.R. Bulley (manager), L.W.J. Nahon, and R.A. Meredith.
Source: Nico Lamprecht and South African Waterpolo History

1938: The winners of Western Province, South Africa

The 1938 Western Province Water Polo Team. National champions and Currie Cup Winners in Cape Town. Seated L-R: Glegg,S. Collins, P. Herbstein (Manager),I Berkovitch, M. Jurisch. Standing from L-R: F Grühn, R.J.Loydell, L. Maister & D, Collins, Inset J. King
Source: South African Waterpolo History

1936: The Northern Transvaall Team, South Africa

The Northern Transvaal Team winner at the 1936 Currie Cup Championships held in Bulawayo, Rhodesia. Standing L-R: G. N. Van den Berg, S Beales, P. Venter, F. Horn and M. Nykamp. Seated L-R: F. Dyason, A.V. Nunn and D. Miller
Source: South African Waterpolo History

1920: The Natal Team, Champions of South Africa

The 1920 Natal Water Polo team, National Champions, and winners of the 14th Currie Cup tournament held in Durban, South Africa. Standing L-R: C. E. Biggs, W. E. Paull, G. A. Godfrey, R. A. English, and A. Gwillam. Seated L-R: G. A. Morgan, H. C. Greenlees, C. S. “Tic” Brown (captain), G. E. Godfrey and P. Crichton.
Source: South African Waterpolo History