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1 Compiled on behalf of LEN by Kelvin Juba, HNI International All photos by Giorgio Scala are credited to Deepblueye.com/G.Scala Design by Chris Stenner Printed by Midway Press, England

2 European Water Polo CHAMPIONSHIPS Past and Present Results

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4 European Water Polo CHAMPIONSHIPS Past and Present Results A goalmouth scramble during the 2008 European Men s Championships in Malaga (Photo: Giorgio Scala) Contents: European Water Polo Results - Men European Water Polo Championships Men s Top Scorers 48 European Water Polo Championships Men s Medal Table 49 European Water Polo Championships Men s Referees 50 European Water Polo Club Competitions - Men 56 European Water Polo Results - Women European Water Polo Championships Women s Top Scorers 72 European Water Polo Championships Women s Medal Table 73 European Water Polo Championships Women s Referees 74 European Water Polo Club Competitions- Women 78 Olympic World and other European Champions 80 3

5 European Water Polo Results Men Budapest 18th August Hungary 8 Germany 1 19th August Germany 6 Belgium 4 20th August Hungary 5 Belgium 0 Sweden 5 Germany 4 21st August Belgium 3 Sweden 3 22nd August Hungary 3 Sweden 2 1 Hungary :3 6 2 Sweden : Germany : Belgium :14 1 Plyd - Played, W - Won, D - Drew, L - Lost, GD - Goal Difference & Pts - Points WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Istvan Barta, Tibor Fazekas, Marton Homonnai, Alajos Keseru, Ferenc Keseru, Jozsef Vertesy, Janos Wenk Bologna 1st Round 31st August Austria 5 Netherlands 3 Sweden 7 Germany 4 Hungary 7 Great Britain 2 Czechoslovakia 3 Italy 1 France 5 Spain 0 Belgium 7 Yugoslavia 1 Team 1 Hungary 2 France 3 Belgium 4 Sweden 2nd Round 1st September Sweden 5 Czechoslovakia 2 France 8 Austria 0 Hungary 3 Belgium 2 Hungary 4 Belgium 3 (stopped owing to darkness) (replayed on 2nd September) 3rd Round 2nd September France 4 Sweden 1 4th Round 3rd September Hungary 3 France 1 Finals for the 2nd place 2nd September Germany 9 Spain 0 3rd September Sweden 4 Austria 1 4th September Belgium 5 Great Britain 2 Germany 7 Czechoslovakia 0 Austria 2 Yugoslavia 0 5th September France 3 Belgium 2 Belgium 3 Sweden 1 WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Istvan Barta, Laszlo Czele, Tibor Fazekas, Marton Homonnai, Alajos Keseru, Ferenc Keseru, Jozsef Vertesy, Janos Wenk 4

6 Paris M E 23rd August Austria 3 Sweden 2 Germany 3 Czechoslovakia 1 Hungary 12 France 1 24th August Hungary 13 Austria 0 France 4 Sweden 4 Belgium 3 Germany 3 25th August Czechoslovakia 4 Belgium 3 France 5 Austria 1 Hungary 12 Sweden 1 26th August Austria 4 Belgium 3 27th August Hungary 4 Czechoslovakia 1 Germany 4 France 1 28th August Belgium 4 Sweden 2 Czechoslovakia 2 France 1 Germany 2 Hungary 2 29th August Germany 5 Austria 0 Sweden 2 Czechoslovakia 1 Hungary 9 Belgium 2 30th August Austria 3 Czechoslovakia 2 Germany 4 Sweden 2 Belgium 4 France 2 N 1 Hungary : Germany : Austria : Belgium : Czechoslovakia : France : Sweden :28 3 WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Istvan Barta, Mihaly Bozsi, Gyorgy Brody, Oliver Halassy, Marton Homonnai, Sandor Ivady, Alajos Keseru, Ferenc Keseru, Janos Nemeth, Miklos Sarkany, Jozsef Vertesy Tamas Varga (Hungary) battles for possession in the match against Croatia in the 2008 European Men s Championships in Malaga. Hungary won the game 10-9 (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 5

7 Magdeburg Preliminary Rounds 12th August Netherlands 3 Yugoslavia 1 Hungary 5 Belgium 1 13th August Yugoslavia 2 France 1 Hungary 9 Netherlands 1 14th August Hungary 3 Yugoslavia 1 France 4 Belgium 2 15th August Belgium 5 Netherlands 1 Hungary 5 France 0 16th August Belgium 3 Yugoslavia 0 France 4 Netherlands 2 12th August Germany 5 Italy 0 Spain 1 Czechoslovakia 0 13th August Italy 1 Sweden 1 Germany 4 Czechoslovakia 1 14th August Germany 6 Spain 1 Sweden 6 Czechoslovakia 0 15th August Spain 2 Italy 0 Germany 6 Sweden 3 16th August Czechoslovakia 7 Italy 3 Sweden 5 Spain 3 1 Hungary :3 8 2 Belgium : France : Yugoslavia : Netherlands : Germany :5 8 2 Sweden : Spain : Czechoslovakia : Italy : Hungary :3 6 2 Germany :8 4 3 Belgium :10 1 Final 1st - 4th place 4 Sweden : th August Hungary 4 Germany 1 Belgium 3 Sweden 3 19th August Hungary 9 Sweden 1 Germany 2 Belgium 1 WINNING TEAM HUNGARY (* Hungary - Belgium and Germany - Sweden played in the Preliminary Round) Gyorgy Brody, Gyorgy Kutasi, Mihaly Bozsi, Jeno Brandi, Oliver Halassy, Marton Homonnai, Final 5th - 8th place Sandor Ivady, Alajos Keseru, Janos Nemeth, 17th August Czechoslovakia 2 Yugoslavia 2 Miklos Sarkany, Jozsef Vertesy 18th August Yugoslavia 3 Spain 2 France 5 Czechoslovakia 3 19th August France 2 Spain 1 5 Yugoslavia :5 5 6 France :6 4 7 Spain :5 2 8 Czechoslovakia :8 1 6

8 London M E 6th August Belgium 4 Netherlands 4 Hungary 9 Italy 0 Germany 6 Great Britain 0 8th August Germany 5 Belgium 1 Hungary 7 Netherlands 1 France 4 Great Britain 1 9th August France 1 Italy 1 Belgium 7 Great Britain 2 Germany 3 Netherlands 2 10th August Germany 4 Italy 0 Hungary 5 France 0 Netherlands 4 Great Britain 3 11th August Hungary 2 Germany 0 Italy 5 Great Britain 3 Belgium 3 France 2 12th August Netherlands 4 Italy 3 Germany 5 France 3 Hungary 4 Belgium 1 13th August Italy 2 Belgium 1 France 2 Netherlands 2 Hungary 8 Great Britain 1 N 1 Hungary : Germany : Netherlands : Belgium : Italy : France : Great Britain :34 0 WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Ferenc Mezei-Wiesner, Istvan Mezei, Mihaly Bozsi, Jeno Brandi, Oliver Halassy, Gyula Kanasy, Kalman Kislegi, Istvan Molnar, Janos Nemeth, Miklos Sarkany, Jozsef Tolnay Serbia defeats Germany 17-5 on the opening day of the 2008 European Men s Championships in Malaga. (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 7

9 Monte Carlo Preliminary Rounds 10th September Italy 3 Netherlands 3 France 6 Austria 1 11th September Italy 5 Austria 0 France 3 Netherlands 3 12th September Netherlands 4 Austria 0 France 4 Italy 4 1 Italy :7 4 2 Netherlands :6 4 3 France :8 4 4 Austria 3 3 1: th September Hungary 3 Yugoslavia 3 11th September Sweden 5 Hungary 3 12th September Sweden 6 Yugoslavia 2 1 Sweden :5 4 2 Hungary :8 1 3 Yugoslavia :9 1 Group C 10th September Belgium 7 Great Britain 1 11th September Belgium 3 Czechoslovakia 1 12th September Great Britain 4 Czechoslovakia 1 Group C 1 Belgium :2 4 2 Great Britain :8 2 3 Czechoslovakia 2 2 2:7 0 Final Round 1st - 3rd places 13th September Belgium 1 Sweden 1 Italy 3 Sweden 2 14th September Italy 4 Belgium 1 1 Italy 2 2 7:3 4 2 Sweden :4 1 3 Belgium :5 1 WINNING TEAM ITALY Pasquale Buonocore, Emilio Bulgarelli, Mario Majoni, Geminio Ognio, Ermenegildo Arena, Aldo Ghira, Gianfranco Pandolfini, Tullo Pandolfini, Luigi Raspini, Umberto Raspini, Cesare Rubini 8

10 Final Round 4th - 6th places 13th September Hungary 5 Netherlands 2 Hungary 5 Great Britain 2 14th September Netherlands 6 Great Britain 1 M E N 4 Hungary :4 4 5 Netherlands :6 2 6 Great Britain 2 2 3: Vienna Tamas Kasas (Hungary) in European Championship action. Kasas won an Olympic gold medal in 2000, 2004 and 2008 (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 20th August Yugoslavia 18 Switzerland 4 Netherlands 4 Sweden 3 Austria 8 France 6 21st August Italy 11 France 6 Yugoslavia 8 Austria 3 Netherlands 17 Switzerland 3 22nd August Sweden 12 Switzerland 1 Yugoslavia 9 Italy 7 23rd August Netherlands 11 France 2 Italy 12 Switzerland 1 24th August Italy 6 Austria 4 Netherlands 6 Yugoslavia 3 Sweden 5 France 1 25th August Sweden 4 Yugoslavia 4 Netherlands 11 Austria 1 26th August Netherlands 9 Italy 4 Sweden 7 Austria 2 27th August Yugoslavia 4 France 1 Austria 11 Switzerland 5 Sweden 6 Italy 2 1 Netherlands : Sweden : Yugoslavia : Italy : Austria : France : Switzerland :77 0 WINNING TEAM NETHERLANDS Max Van Gelder, Cor Braasem, Henny Keetelaar, Gerrit Bijlsma, Nijs Korevaar, Rudy Van Feggelen, Frits Smol, Gaston Finee 9

11 Turin Preliminary Rounds Group 1 31st August Italy 6 F.R.Germany 0 Italy 7 Belgium 3 1st September F.R.Germany 4 Belgium 1 Group 1 1 Italy :3 4 2 F.R.Germany :7 2 3 Belgium 2 2 4:11 0 Group 2 31st August Netherlands 7 Great Britain 6 Great Britain 6 Romania 5 1st September Netherlands 7 Romania 5 Group 2 1 Netherlands : Great Britain : Romania :13 0 Group 3 31st August Hungary 8 Austria 1 1st September USSR 7 Austria 1 Hungary 3 USSR 2 Group 3 1 Hungary :3 4 2 USSR :4 2 3 Austria 2 2 2:15 0 Group 4 31st August Yugoslavia 7 Spain 2 1st September France 3 Spain 3 Yugoslavia 10 France 0 Group 4 1 Yugoslavia :2 4 2 Spain : France :13 1 Semi-Finals 2nd September F.R.Germany 4 Great Britain 2 Italy 5 Netherlands 4 3rd September Netherlands 7 F.R.Germany 6 Italy 4 Great Britain 3 1 Italy :7 6 2 Netherlands : F.R.Germany : Great Britain :15 0 2nd September USSR 6 Spain 1 Hungary 3 Yugoslavia 3 3rd September Hungary 5 Spain 2 USSR 1 Yugoslavia 1 1 Hungary :7 5 2 Yugoslavia :6 4 3 USSR :5 3 4 Spain 3 3 5:

12 Final 1st - 4th place 4th September Hungary 8 Netherlands 3 Yugoslavia 3 Italy 1 5th September Yugoslavia 4 Netherlands 0 Hungary 8 Italy 1 1 Hungary :7 5 2 Yugoslavia :4 5 3 Italy : Netherlands 3 3 7:17 0 M E N Final 5th - 8th place 4th September F.R.Germany 4 Spain 1 USSR 5 Great Britain 2 5th September USSR 9 F.R.Germany 1 Spain 3 Great Britain 2 5 USSR :4 6 6 F.R.Germany : Spain : Great Britain 3 3 6:12 0 WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Otto Boros, Laszlo Jeney, Istvan Hevesi, Gyorgy Karpati, Kalman Markovits, Dezso Gyarmati, Miklos Martin, Aladar Szabo, Istvan Szivos, Gyorgy Vizvari, Antal Bolvari Budapest Preliminary Rounds 31st August Netherlands 4 Great Britain 2 Hungary 7 Belgium 0 1st September Belgium 4 Great Britain 4 Hungary 5 Netherlands 1 2nd September Netherlands 9 Belgium 4 Hungary 9 Great Britain 1 1 Hungary :2 6 2 Netherlands : Great Britain : Belgium : st August Yugoslavia 8 Bulgaria 1 F.R.Germany 5 Poland 2 1st September F.R.Germany 8 Bulgaria 1 Yugoslavia 4 Poland 0 2nd September Poland 4 Bulgaria 2 Yugoslavia 7 F.R. Germany 2 1 Yugoslavia :3 6 2 F.R. Germany : Poland : Bulgaria :20 0 Group C 31st August USSR 5 German D.R. 2 1st September German D.R. 4 Austria 1 2nd September USSR 5 Austria 1 Group C 1 USSR :3 4 2 German D.R :6 2 3 Austria 2 2 2:9 0 Cont... 11

13 Group D 31st August Italy 7 France 3 1st September France 7 Spain 5 2nd September Italy 8 Spain 2 Semi Finals Group 1 3rd September Hungary 8 F.R. Germany 4 Yugoslavia 4 Netherlands 1 4th September Netherlands 4 F.R. Germany 3 Hungary 5 Yugoslavia 3 Group 2 3rd September USSR 7 France 2 Italy 8 German D.R. 3 4th September German D.R. 4 France 2 Italy 4 USSR 2 Final 1st - 4th place 5th September USSR 3 Yugoslavia 2 Hungary 7 Italy 0 6th September Hungary 4 USSR 2 Yugoslavia 3 Italy 2 Final 5th - 8th place 5th September F.R. Germany 5 France 0 Netherlands 5 German D.R. 3 6th September German D.R. 6 F.R. Germany 2 France 4 Netherlands 2 Qualifications 9th - 14th place 3rd September Poland 4 Great Britain 3 Belgium 6 Spain 4 Austria 13 Bulgaria 5 Final 9th - 11th place 4th September Belgium 6 Austria 5 5th September Poland 8 Austria 3 6th September Poland 4 Belgium 1 Final 12th - 14th place 4th September Bulgaria 5 Spain 4 5th September Spain 5 Great Britain 3 6th September Great Britain 5 Bulgaria 2 Group D 1 Italy :5 4 2 France : Spain 2 2 7:15 0 Group 1 1 Hungary :8 6 2 Yugoslavia :8 4 3 Netherlands : F.R. Germany 3 3 9:19 0 Group 2 1 Italy :8 6 2 USSR :8 4 3 German D.R : France 3 3 7: Hungary :5 6 2 Yugoslavia : USSR : Italy : German D.R :9 4 6 Netherlands : F.R.Germany : France :11 2 WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Otto Boros, Laszlo Jeney, Gabor Csillag, Zoltan Domotor, Istvan Hevesi, Tivadar Kanizsa, Gyorgy Karpati, Andras Katona, Kalman Markovits, Mihaly Mayer, Robert Molnar, Istvan Pinter, Jozsef Vaczi 9 Poland : Belgium : Austria 2 2 8: Great Britain : Spain : Bulgaria :9 2 12

14 Leipzig M E Preliminary Rounds 19th August Hungary 9 Sweden 2 20th August Romania 4 Sweden 0 21st August Hungary 5 Romania 3 19th August German D.R. 3 Italy 1 Group C 19th August USSR 4 Netherlands 0 20th August Netherlands 5 Poland 2 21st August USSR 10 Poland 0 Group D 19th August Belgium 6 Great Britain 4 20th August Yugoslavia 8 Great Britain 1 21st August Yugoslavia 10 Belgium 1 Semi - finals Group 1 22nd August Italy 2 Romania 2 Hungary 4 German D.R. 3 23rd August Hungary 5 Italy 0 German D.R. 3 Romania 3 Group 2 22nd August Belgium 6 Netherlands 6 USSR 3 Yugoslavia 3 23rd August USSR 9 Belgium 3 Netherlands 4 Yugoslavia 3 Final 1st - 4th place 24th August Hungary 3 Yugoslavia 2 German D.R. 2 USSR 2 25th August Yugoslavia 1 German D.R. 0 Hungary 2 USSR 2 1 Hungary :5 4 2 Romania :5 2 3 Sweden 2 2 2: German D.R :1 2 2 Italy 1 1 1:3 0 Group C 1 USSR :0 4 2 Netherlands :6 2 3 Poland 2 2 2:15 0 Group D 1 Yugoslavia :2 4 2 Belgium : Great Britain 2 2 5:14 0 Group 1 1 Hungary :6 6 2 German D.R :8 3 3 Romania : taly :10 1 Group 2 1 USSR :6 5 2 Yugoslavia :8 3 3 Netherlands : Belgium : Hungary :7 5 2 USSR 3 3 7:7 3 2 Yugoslavia :6 3 4 German D.R :7 1 N Cont... 13

15 Final 5th - 8th place 24th August Romania 5 Belgium 4 Netherlands 4 Italy 3 25th August Romania 4 Netherlands 3 Belgium 4 Italy 3 Final 9th - 11th place 22nd August Great Britain 6 Poland 2 23rd August Sweden 6 Poland 4 24th August Sweden 6 Great Britain 4 5 Romania :9 5 6 Belgium : Netherlands : Italy : Sweden : Great Britain : Poland 2 2 6:12 0 WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Otto Boros, Miklos Ambrus, Andras Bodnar, Zoltan Domotor, Laszlo Felkai, Dezso Gyarmati, Tivadar Kanizsa, Gyorgy Karpati, Andras Katona, Csandor Konrad, Kalman Markovits, Mihaly Mayer, Denes Pocsik The last line of defence as Hungary and Croatia do battle during the 2008 European Men s Championships in Malaga. (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 14

16 Utrecht M E Preliminary Rounds 20th August Sweden 4 Spain 3 Hungary 5 Netherlands 3 21st August Netherlands 4 Spain 1 Sweden 3 Great Britain 2 Netherlands 7 Great Britain 4 22nd August Great Britain 3 Spain 3 Hungary 3 Sweden 1 Hungary 6 Spain 1 23rd August Netherlands 2 Sweden 1 Hungary 7 Great Britain 0 N 1 Hungary :5 8 2 Netherlands : Sweden : Spain : Great Britain : th August France 2 Czechoslovakia 1 21st August Yugoslavia 5 Czechoslovakia 1 German D.R. 8 France 3 22nd August Yugoslavia 6 France 1 German D.R. 9 Czechoslovakia 3 23rd August German D.R. 2 Yugoslavia 1 1 German D.R :7 6 2 Yugoslavia :4 4 3 France : Czechoslovakia 3 3 5:16 0 Group C 20th August USSR 12 Turkey 0 21st August Romania 4 Bulgaria 0 22nd August USSR 8 Bulgaria 0 Romania 13 Turkey 0 23rd August USSR 3 Romania 2 Bulgaria 14 Turkey 2 Group C 1 USSR :2 6 2 Romania :3 4 3 Bulgaria : Turkey 3 3 2:39 0 Cont... 15

17 Group D 20th August Belgium 8 Ireland 3 21st August Italy 6 F.R.Germany 5 22nd August F.R.Germany 7 Ireland 1 Italy 2 Belgium 1 23rd August Italy 12 Ireland 3 Belgium 6 F.R.Germany 6 Group D 1 Italy :9 6 2 F.R.Germany : Belgium :11 3 Semi - Finals 1st - 8th place 4 Ireland 3 3 7: th August German D.R. 4 Netherlands 2 Yugoslavia 3 Hungary 2 25th August Yugoslavia 3 Netherlands 1 German D.R. 4 Hungary 4 1 German D.R :7 5 2 Yugoslavia :5 4 3 Hungary : Netherlands 3 3 6: th August Italy 2 Romania 1 USSR 4 F.R.Germany 2 25th August Romania 5 F.R.Germany 0 Italy 3 USSR 3 1 USSR :7 5 2 Italy :9 5 3 Romania :5 2 Semi - Finals 9th - 16th place Group C 4 F.R.Germany 3 3 7: th August Sweden 3 Czechoslovakia 1 Spain 4 France 1 25th August Sweden 4 France 1 Spain 4 Czechoslovakia 3 Group C 1 Sweden :5 6 2 Spain :8 4 3 France :9 2 4 Czechoslovakia 3 3 5:9 0 16

18 Group D 24th August Belgium 6 Ireland 2 Belgium 11 Turkey 0 25th August Ireland 2 Turkey 2 Belgium 5 Bulgaria 3 M E N Group D 1 Belgium :6 6 2 Bulgaria :9 4 3 Ireland : Turkey :27 1 Final 1st - 4th place 26th August German D.R. 2 Italy 1 USSR 1 Yugoslavia 1 27th August Yugoslavia 2 Italy 1 USSR 1 German D.R. 0 1 USSR :4 4 2 German D.R :3 4 3 Yugoslavia :4 3 4 Italy :7 1 Final 5th - 8th place 26th August Hungary 6 F.R.Germany 4 Romania 3 Netherlands 2 27th August Hungary 3 Romania 2 F.R.Germany 4 Netherlands 3 5 Hungary :9 6 6 Romania :5 4 7 F.R.Germany : Netherlands 3 3 8:12 0 Final 9th - 12th place 26th August Belgium 5 Spain 0 Bulgaria 2 Sweden 2 27th August Bulgaria 5 Spain 2 Sweden 4 Belgium 1 9 Sweden : Belgium : Bulgaria : Spain 3 3 5:14 0 Cont... 17

19 Final 13th - 16th place 26th August France 7 Turkey 1 Czechoslovakia 9 Ireland 3 27th August France 5 Ireland 4 Czechoslovakia 10 Turkey 1 13 France : Czechoslovakia : Ireland : Turkey : Great Britain WINNING TEAM USSR Vadim Gulyaev, Vladimir Kuznetsov, Boris Grishin, Iosif Zemsov, Vladimir Shmudsky, Vladimir Semenov, Boris Popov, Valeri Puskarev, Aleksandr Dolgushin, Leonid Osipov, Igor Grabovsky Barcelona Preliminary Rounds 4th September Netherlands 10 France 1 Hungary 15 Austria 1 5th September Hungary 16 France 0 Greece 5 Austria 4 6th September Hungary 11 Greece 0 Netherlands 13 Austria 0 7th September Netherlands 7 Greece 3 France 5 Austria 3 8th September France 6 Greece 6 Hungary 8 Netherlands 4 31 year old, Teo Dogas (Croatia), in action against Italy during the 2008 European Men s Championships in Malaga. (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 1 Hungary :5 8 2 Netherlands : Greece : France : Austria 4 4 8:

20 4th September USSR 4 Romania 3 Spain 10 Belgium 2 5th September Romania 12 Finland 3 USSR 8 Spain 3 6th September USSR 12 Finland 0 Romania 11 Belgium 2 7th September USSR 12 Belgium 1 Spain 10 Finland 1 8th September Belgium 10 Finland 7 Romania 4 Spain 3 M E N 1 USSR :7 8 2 Romania : Spain : Belgium : Finland :44 0 Group C 4th September Sweden 12 Ireland 1 Yugoslavia 5 F.R.Germany 3 5th September F.R.Germany 4 Sweden 2 Yugoslavia 4 Italy 3 6th September Italy 6 F.R.Germany 4 Yugoslavia 15 Ireland 2 7th September Italy 8 Sweden 4 F.R.Germany 8 Ireland 2 8th September Italy 11 Ireland 4 Yugoslavia 4 Sweden 2 Group C 1 Yugoslavia : Italy : F.R.Germany : Sweden : Ireland 4 4 9:46 0 Final 1st - 6th places 9th September Hungary 8 Italy 5 USSR 7 Netherlands 5 Yugoslavia 5 Romania 3 10th September USSR 4 Yugoslavia 1 Hungary 9 Romania 4 Italy 6 Netherlands 4 11th September USSR 8 Italy 3 Netherlands 6 Romania 5 Hungary 7 Yugoslavia 4 12th September Yugoslavia 3 Netherlands 2 Italy 5 Romania 4 USSR 6 Hungary 5 Cont... 19

21 1 USSR : Hungary : Yugoslavia : Italy : Netherlands : Romania :29 0 Final 7th - 12th places 9th September Sweden 5 Greece 2 Spain 3 France 1 F.R.Germany 10 Belgium 1 10th September F.R.Germany 5 Spain 3 Greece 5 Belgium 3 Sweden 4 France 3 11th September Spain 4 Sweden 3 Belgium 2 France 2 F.R.Germany 9 Greece 4 12th September F.R.Germany 10 France 0 Sweden 9 Belgium 6 Spain 7 Greece 2 7 F.R.Germany : Spain : Sweden : Greece : France : Belgium :36 1 Final 13th - 15th places 9th September Finland 4 Austria 3 10th September Austria 5 Ireland 4 11th September Finland 4 Ireland 4 13 Finland : Austria : Ireland :9 1 WINNING TEAM USSR Vadim Gulyaev, Anatoly Akimov, Aleksandr Dreval, Aleksandr Dolgushin, Vladimir Semenov, Aleksej Barkalov, Aleksandr Shidlovski, Vyacheslav Skok, Leonid Osipov, Valeri Puskarev, Vladimir Shmudsky, Oleg Bovin 20

22 Vienna M E 18th August Hungary 6 F.R.Germany 2 USSR 9 Spain 5 Yugoslavia 5 Netherlands 3 Italy 4 Romania 3 19th August USSR 10 Yugoslavia 9 Italy 5 Netherlands 4 Spain 3 F.R.Germany 1 Hungary 7 Romania 3 20th August F.R.Germany 5 Italy 4 Hungary 7 Yugoslavia 7 Netherlands 6 USSR 6 Romania 5 Spain 4 21st August Netherlands 4 Spain 4 USSR 5 F.R.Germany 2 Hungary 8 Italy 3 Yugoslavia 6 Romania 5 23rd August Netherlands 7 F.R.Germany 5 Hungary 8 Spain 2 Romania 5 USSR 5 Italy 4 Yugoslavia 4 24th August Italy 3 Spain 3 Netherlands 4 Romania 3 Hungary 7 USSR 5 Yugoslavia 7 F.R.Germany 3 25th August Yugoslavia 7 Spain 6 Hungary 7 Netherlands 5 F.R.Germany 4 Romania 4 USSR 5 Italy 2 N 1 Hungary : USSR : Yugoslavia : Netherlands : Italy : Romania : Spain : F.R.Germany :36 3 WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Endre Molnar, Tibor Cservenyak, Tamas Farago, Istvan Gorgenyi, Andras Bodnar, Laszlo Sarosi, Gabor Csapo, Istvan Szivos Jr., Zoltan Kasas, Gyorgy Horkai, Ferenc Konrad Cont... 21

23 18th August Bulgaria 8 Poland 5 Sweden 9 Belgium 2 Austria 7 France 6 Czechoslovakia 7 Great Britain 6 19th August Great Britain 2 Sweden 1 Czechoslovakia 6 Austria 4 Bulgaria 10 Belgium 5 Poland 6 France 4 20th August Sweden 9 Bulgaria 8 Czechoslovakia 7 Poland 5 Great Britain 9 France 6 Belgium 9 Austria 7 21st August Bulgaria 8 France 3 Czechoslovakia 11 Belgium 7 Great Britain 5 Austria 2 Sweden 6 Poland 2 22nd August Great Britain 11 Belgium 8 Bulgaria 3 Czechoslovakia 3 Austria 6 Poland 6 Sweden 7 France 5 23rd August Bulgaria 4 Austria 1 Belgium 5 France 5 Czechoslovakia 5 Sweden 3 Great Britain 5 Poland 1 24th August Bulgaria 3 Great Britain 3 Czechoslovakia 7 France 4 Poland 8 Belgium 5 Sweden 6 Austria 4 Amedeo Pomilio (Italy), who won gold medals at the European Men s Championships in 1993 in Sheffield and in 1995 in Vienna and the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona(Photo: Giorgio Scala) 1 Czechoslovakia : Great Britain : Bulgaria : Sweden : Poland : Austria : Belgium : France :

24 Jönköping M E 14th August Hungary 7 USSR 5 Yugoslavia 5 Italy 4 F.R.Germany 9 Spain 7 Romania 8 Netherlands 6 15th August Netherlands 6 USSR 6 Spain 8 Romania 7 Italy 6 F.R.Germany 4 Hungary 4 Yugoslavia 3 16th August Yugoslavia 10 USSR 7 F.R.Germany 6 Hungary 6 Italy 10 Romania 7 Netherlands 6 Spain 6 17th August USSR 8 Spain 7 Netherlands 5 Italy 4 Hungary 6 Romania 3 Yugoslavia 5 F.R.Germany 3 19th August USSR 6 F.R.Germany 5 Yugoslavia 6 Romania 4 Hungary 5 Netherlands 3 Italy 8 Spain 4 20th August Italy 7 USSR 5 Hungary 4 Spain 2 Yugoslavia 8 Netherlands 6 F.R.Germany 5 Romania 5 21st August USSR 8 Romania 7 Netherlands 5 F.R.Germany 1 Yugoslavia 5 Spain 2 Hungary 8 Italy 7 WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Endre Molnar, Janos Steinmetz, Gabor Csapo, Tamas Farago, Gyorgy Gerendas, Gyorgy Horkai, Gyorgy Kenez, Istvan Magas, Jozsef Somossy Attila Sudar, Istvan Szivos Jr., Tamas Wiesner, Peter Wolf 1 Hungary : Yugoslavia : Italy : USSR : Netherlands : F.R.Germany : Romania : Spain : Greece : Bulgaria : Czechoslovakia : Sweden : Poland : Great Britain : France :44 0 (played in Falköping) 14th August Czechoslovakia 7 Poland 1 Sweden 8 France 5 Greece 7 Great Britain 3 15th August Czechoslovakia 9 Great Britain 2 Greece 5 Sweden 2 Bulgaria 10 France 4 16th August Poland 6 France 5 Greece 4 Bulgaria 2 Sweden 6 Great Britain 4 17th August Czechoslovakia 3 Sweden 3 Bulgaria 9 Great Britain 7 Greece 5 Poland 4 18th August Czechoslovakia 7 France 3 Poland 9 Great Britain 3 Bulgaria 6 Sweden 3 19th August Poland 4 Sweden 4 Greece 5 France 3 Bulgaria 6 Czechoslovakia 2 21st August Greece 8 Czechoslovakia 3 Great Britain 8 France 6 Bulgaria 8 Poland 3 N 23

25 Split 5th September Hungary 8 USSR 8 F.R.Germany 7 Italy 7 Romania 6 Netherlands 5 Spain 11 Yugoslavia 8 6th September F.R.Germany 7 Hungary 4 Netherlands 11 Italy 6 Romania 7 Spain 6 USSR 9 Yugoslavia 5 7th September USSR 10 Spain 7 F.R.Germany 10 Netherlands 7 Hungary 7 Yugoslavia 6 Italy 8 Romania 3 8th September F.R.Germany 10 USSR 7 Hungary 12 Italy 10 Yugoslavia 12 Romania 10 Netherlands 7 Spain 7 10th September Hungary 7 Spain 7 F.R.Germany 11 Romania 10 Yugoslavia 9 Netherlands 8 USSR 9 Italy 8 11th September F.R.Germany 12 Spain 8 USSR 10 Netherlands 7 Yugoslavia 8 Italy 7 Hungary 9 Romania 5 12th September Italy 9 Spain 9 Hungary 7 Netherlands 2 USSR 9 Romania 8 F.R.Germany 10 Yugoslavia 6 1 F.R.Germany : USSR : Hungary : Yugoslavia : Spain : Italy : Romania : Netherlands :55 3 WINNING TEAM F.R.GERMANY Peter Rohle, Thomas Loebb, Frank Otto, Jurgen Stiefel, Hagen Stamm, Michael Wendel, Jurgen Schroder, Rainer Osselmann, Roland Freund, Bernd Weyer, Werner Obschernikat, Ralf Obschernikat, Gunter Kilian - B1 5th September Greece 17 Malta 5 Sweden 15 Denmark 4 6th September France 8 Sweden 8 Greece 10 Denmark 4 7th September Denmark 10 Malta 8 Greece 10 France 5 8th September France 14 Denmark 6 Sweden 13 Malta 3 9th September Greece 4 Sweden 3 France 25 Malta 3 - B1 1 Greece : France : Sweden : Denmark : Malta :

26 - B2 5th September Czechoslovakia 10 Poland 10 Bulgaria 14 Finland 3 Switzerland 9 Great Britain 8 6th September Bulgaria 6 Czechoslovakia 6 Switzerland 12 Finland 4 Great Britain 11 Poland 11 7th September Bulgaria 12 Switzerland 4 Czechoslovakia 6 Great Britain 5 Poland 15 Finland 6 8th September Great Britain 12 Finland 5 Bulgaria 9 Poland 8 Czechoslovakia 14 Switzerland 2 9th September Poland 15 Switzerland 7 Bulgaria 7 Great Britain 4 Czechoslovakia 16 Finland 0 M E N - B2 1 Bulgaria : Czechoslovakia : Poland : Switzerland : Great Britain : Finland :69 0 B Final 1st - 4th places 11th September Czechoslovakia 8 Greece 7 Bulgaria 7 France 7 12th September Czechoslovakia 8 France 8 Bulgaria 8 Greece 8 1 Czechoslovakia : Greece : Bulgaria : France :25 2 B Final 5th - 8th places 11th September Sweden 14 Switzerland 5 Poland 10 Denmark 8 12th September Denmark 7 Switzerland 6 Poland 7 Sweden 6 B Final 9th - 11th places 11th September Malta 7 Finland 5 12th September Great Britain 8 Malta 3 5 Poland : Sweden : Denmark : Switzerland : Great Britain : Malta : Finland :

27 Rome 20th August Hungary 12 Spain 10 USSR 16 Romania 11 Italy 9 Yugoslavia 9 F.R.Germany 9 Netherlands 5 21st August Hungary 10 F.R.Germany 9 Yugoslavia 10 Netherlands 5 Italy 10 Romania 3 USSR 10 Spain 9 22nd August Hungary 9 Netherlands 9 Spain 9 Romania 8 Yugoslavia 5 F.R.Germany 3 USSR 9 Italy 6 23rd August F.R.Germany 7 Romania 7 USSR 8 Netherlands 6 Spain 9 Yugoslavia 8 Hungary 9 Italy 3 25th August Spain 8 F.R.Germany 7 Yugoslavia 11 Romania 8 USSR 12 Hungary 10 Netherlands 10 Italy 8 26th August USSR 8 Yugoslavia 8 Spain 8 Netherlands 7 Hungary 9 Romania 5 F.R.Germany 9 Italy 8 27th August F.R.Germany 9 USSR 9 Hungary 8 Yugoslavia 7 Netherlands 6 Romania 5 Italy 18 Spain 13 1 Greece : Bulgaria : France : Sweden : Denmark : Austria : Belgium : USSR : Hungary : Spain : Yugoslavia : F.R.Germany : Netherlands : Italy : Romania :68 1 WINNING TEAM USSR Evgenij Sharonov, Igor Sedov, Pavel Prokopchiuk, Evgenij Grishin, Sergej Naumov, Aleksandr Kabanov, Sergej Kotenko, Erkin Shagaev, Georgyj Mshvenieradze, Mikhail Ivanov, Nurlan Mendygaliev, Nikolay Smirnov, Mikhail Giorgadze 20th August Bulgaria 7 Sweden 6 Greece 11 Austria 5 Denmark 13 Belgium 10 21st August Greece 9 Sweden 6 Bulgaria 8 France 7 Austria 11 Denmark 10 22nd August Greece 23 Denmark 7 Sweden 13 Austria 8 France 18 Belgium 4 23rd August Sweden 13 Denmark 12 Bulgaria 22 Belgium 4 France 13 Austria 9 25th August France 20 Denmark 5 Belgium 7 Austria 6 Greece 11 Bulgaria 7 26th August France 10 Greece 10 Bulgaria 15 Denmark 9 Sweden 11 Belgium 7 27th August France 6 Sweden 6 Greece 11 Belgium 6 Bulgaria 12 Austria 8 26

28 Sofia M E 4th August Spain 9 Netherlands 7 F.R.Germany 7 USSR 7 Italy 14 Greece 9 Hungary 7 Yugoslavia 4 5th August Italy 11 Spain 7 Yugoslavia 11 Netherlands 7 F.R.Germany 8 Hungary 6 USSR 13 Greece 6 6th August Yugoslavia 7 F.R.Germany 6 Hungary 8 Greece 6 Italy 6 Netherlands 5 USSR 14 Spain 7 7th August Yugoslavia 12 Greece 5 Hungary 10 Spain 8 USSR 7 Italy 6 F.R.Germany 12 Netherlands 7 9th August Italy 8 Hungary 7 USSR 8 Netherlands 6 Yugoslavia 7 Spain 3 F.R.Germany 10 Greece 6 10th August USSR 10 Hungary 8 Netherlands 14 Greece 10 Spain 8 F.R.Germany 5 Yugoslavia 10 Italy 9 11th August Greece 8 Spain 8 F.R.Germany 12 Italy 9 USSR 7 Yugoslavia 7 Hungary 10 Netherlands 6 1 Romania : Bulgaria : France : Poland : Sweden : Great Britain : Belgium : Malta : USSR : Yugoslavia : F.R.Germany : Italy : Hungary : Spain : Netherlands : Greece :79 1 WINNING TEAM USSR Evgenij Sharonov, Nurlan Mendygaliev, Pavel Prokopchiuk, Evgenij Grishin, Sergej Naumov, Victor Berendiuga, Sergej Kotenko, Askar Orazalinov, Georgyj Mshvenieradze, Mikhail Ivanov, Sergej Markoch, Nikolay Smirnov, Mikhail Giorgadze 5th August Great Britain 13 Belgium 8 Bulgaria 8 Poland 8 Romania 9 France 7 6th August Poland 11 Sweden 8 Great Britain 11 Malta 10 Romania 18 Belgium 9 Sweden 18 Malta 10 Bulgaria 7 France 5 7th August France 20 Malta 9 Great Britain 11 Sweden 11 Romania 12 Poland 6 Bulgaria 16 Belgium 5 8th August Sweden 12 Belgium 8 Romania 13 Great Britain 7 France 6 Poland 4 Bulgaria 11 Malta 3 9th August Belgium 13 Malta 5 Poland 6 Great Britain 5 France 7 Sweden 7 Romania 12 Bulgaria 4 10th August France 15 Great Britain 5 Poland 17 Belgium 9 Romania 14 Malta 6 Bulgaria 14 Sweden 6 11th August Poland 16 Malta 10 France 9 Belgium 4 Romania 14 Sweden 10 Bulgaria 10 Great Britain 9 N 27

29 Strasbourg 16th August F.R.Germany 11 Bulgaria 5 USSR 13 Spain 6 Italy 7 Romania 4 Yugoslavia 9 Hungary 7 17th August F.R.Germany 12 Romania 8 Yugoslavia 10 Bulgaria 2 Hungary 7 Spain 5 USSR 12 Italy 10 18th August Yugoslavia 8 Spain 6 Italy 11 Hungary 9 Romania 8 Bulgaria 3 USSR 11 F.R.Germany 10 19th August Italy 7 Yugoslavia 7 F.R.Germany 10 Hungary 8 USSR 13 Romania 7 Spain 14 Bulgaria 6 21st August Hungary 12 Romania 10 USSR 8 Bulgaria 6 Yugoslavia 11 F.R.Germany 8 Italy 10 Spain 7 22nd August USSR 15 Hungary 11 Italy 8 Bulgaria 4 F.R.Germany 10 Spain 6 Yugoslavia 14 Romania 7 23rd August Italy 10 F.R.Germany 9 Spain 9 Romania 5 USSR 9 Yugoslavia 9 Hungary 7 Bulgaria 5 1 USSR : Yugoslavia : Italy : F.R.Germany : Hungary : Spain : Romania : Bulgaria :66 0 WINNING TEAM USSR Evgenij Sharonov, Oleg Shvedov, Aleksandr Ogorodnikov, Aleksandr Kolotov, Sergej Naumov, Victor Berendiuga, Sergej Kotenko, Dimitri Apanasenko, Georgyj Mshvenieradze, Pavel Volkov, Sergej Markoch, Sergej Maksimov, Vadim Rojdestvenskiy, Mikhail Giorgadze 1 France : Poland : Greece : Netherlands : Great Britain : Sweden :57 0 Group C 1 Czechoslovakia : Turkey : Austria : Malta : Switzerland :44 1 Group C 17th August Malta 8 Switzerland 6 Austria 7 Turkey 6 18th August Austria 11 Switzerland 11 Czechoslovakia 13 Turkey 4 19th August Austria 8 Malta 8 Czechoslovakia 14 Switzerland 3 21st August Czechoslovakia 20 Malta 5 Turkey 11 Switzerland 4 22nd August Czechoslovakia 14 Austria 11 Turkey 11 Malta 8 16th August Poland 8 Netherlands 7 France 12 Greece 6 17th August Great Britain 10 Sweden 9 France 7 Netherlands 6 18th August Greece 14 Great Britain 4 France 13 Poland 11 20th August Netherlands 10 Great Britain 4 Greece 12 Sweden 9 21st August Netherlands 12 Sweden 4 Poland 12 Great Britain 2 22nd August Greece 8 Netherlands 6 Poland 11 Sweden 9 France 12 Great Britain 6 23rd August France 12 Sweden 4 Greece 4 Poland 4 28

30 Bonn M E Preliminary Rounds 1 13th August Hungary 12 Great Britain 11 Italy 12 Greece 7 14th August Greece 7 Great Britain 5 Italy 8 Hungary 7 15th August Italy 14 Great Britain 2 Hungary 13 Greece Italy : Hungary : Greece : Great Britain :33 0 N 2 13th August Spain 14 F.R.Germany 12 Czechoslovakia 9 Poland 6 14th August Spain 10 Czechoslovakia 9 F.R.Germany 7 Poland 3 15th August Poland 10 Spain 10 F.R.Germany 11 Czechoslovakia Spain : F.R.Germany : Czechoslovakia : Poland :26 1 Day 1 of the 2008 European Men s Championships in Malaga and Germany take on Serbia (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 1 13th August France 10 Sweden 3 Yugoslavia 13 Romania 9 14th August Romania 12 Sweden 9 Yugoslavia 9 France 8 15th August Yugoslavia 14 Sweden 3 France 7 Romania Yugoslavia : France : Romania : Sweden : th August USSR 9 Netherlands 6 Bulgaria 10 Austria 5 14th August USSR 18 Austria 5 Bulgaria 8 Netherlands 8 15th August USSR 16 Bulgaria 4 Netherlands 17 Austria USSR : Netherlands : Bulgaria : Austria :45 0 Cont... 29

31 Quarter - finals Group C 16th August Italy 11 Czechoslovakia 8 F.R.Germany 11 Hungary 9 Greece 9 Spain 7 17th August Hungary 10 Spain 6 F.R.Germany 10 Italy 10 Czechoslovakia 11 Greece 8 18th August F.R.Germany 10 Greece 6 Czechoslovakia 9 Hungary 8 Italy 11 Spain 11 Group C 1 Italy : F.R.Germany : Spain : Czechoslovakia : Hungary : Greece :53 2 Group D 16th August Yugoslavia 13 Bulgaria 6 USSR 12 Romania 5 Netherlands 6 France 4 17th August Yugoslavia 11 Netherlands 5 USSR 11 France 7 Romania 16 Bulgaria 8 18th August Romania 9 Netherlands 7 Bulgaria 8 France 5 USSR 5 Yugoslavia 5 Group D 1 USSR : Yugoslavia : Romania : Netherlands : Bulgaria : France :41 1 The ball is dribbled out of defence by Greece against Slovakia in the 2008 European Men s Championships in Malaga. (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 30

32 Semi - finals 19th August Yugoslavia 8 Italy 7 F.R.Germany 10 USSR 8 1st - 2nd place 20th August F.R.Germany 10 Yugoslavia 9 M E N Bronze game 20th August Italy 12 USSR 11 5th - 6th place 19th August Romania 13 Spain 8 7th - 8th place 19th August Czechoslovakia 9 Netherlands 4 9th - 10th place 19th August Hungary 14 Bulgaria 7 11th - 12th place 19th August Greece 13 France 8 13th - 16th place 16th August Poland 10 Great Britain 4 Austria 8 Sweden 8 17th August Poland 11 Austria 8 Great Britain 10 Sweden 9 18th August Austria 8 Great Britain 7 Poland 11 Sweden 9 WINNING TEAM F.R.GERMANY Ingo Borgmann, Thomas Huber, Frank Otto, Lars Tomanek, Dirk Schutze, Andreas Ehrl, Carsten Kusch, Rainer Osselmann, Hagen Stamm, Rene Reimann, Dirk Theismann, Jorg Dresel, Uwe Sterzik, Peter Rohle Team 1 F.R.Germany 2 Yugoslavia 3 Italy 4 USSR 5 Romania 6 Spain 7 Czechoslovakia 8 Netherlands 9 Hungary 10 Bulgaria 11 Greece 12 France 13 Poland 14 Austria 15 Great Britain 16 Sweden 13 Poland : Austria : Great Britain : Sweden :

33 Athens Preliminary Rounds 1 17th August Romania 10 France 6 USSR 20 Denmark 5 18th August Romania 11 USSR 11 France 12 Denmark 4 19th August Romania 26 Denmark 9 USSR 14 France Romania : USSR : France : Denmark : th August Italy 10 Hungary 8 Czechoslovakia 13 Turkey 10 18th August Hungary 16 Czechoslovakia 12 Italy 22 Turkey 4 19th August Italy 17 Czechoslovakia 9 Hungary 22 Turkey Italy : Hungary : Czechoslovakia : Turkey : th August Netherlands 13 Poland 13 Yugoslavia 13 Bulgaria 11 18th August Yugoslavia 15 Netherlands 6 Poland 12 Bulgaria 6 19th August Bulgaria 10 Netherlands 10 Yugoslavia 11 Poland Yugoslavia : Poland : Netherlands : Bulgaria : th August Spain 11 Germany 10 Greece 8 Great Britain 5 18th August Greece 8 Germany 7 Spain 28 Great Britain 6 19th August Spain 18 Greece 7 Germany 19 Great Britain Spain : Greece : Germany : Great Britain :

34 Quarter - finals Group C 20th August Romania 19 Czechoslovakia 13 Italy 13 France 6 USSR 13 Hungary 11 21st August Hungary 13 Romania 9 Italy 12 USSR 10 Czechoslovakia 11 France 9 22nd August Italy 10 Romania 9 Hungary 16 France 7 USSR 14 Czechoslovakia 10 M E N Group C 1 Italy : USSR : Hungary : Romania : Czechoslovakia : France :64 0 Group D 20th August Yugoslavia 13 Germany 6 Greece 12 Poland 9 Spain 19 Netherlands 12 21st August Yugoslavia 16 Greece 7 Germany 15 Netherlands 15 Spain 22 Poland 9 22nd August Germany 12 Poland 9 Greece 13 Netherlands 10 Spain 14 Yugoslavia 14 Group D 1 Spain : Yugoslavia : Greece : Germany : Netherlands : Poland :70 1 Three players from the same team tussle for the ball in the 2008 European Men s Championships in Malaga. (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 33

35 Semi - finals 23rd August Yugoslavia 11 Italy 9 Spain 13 USSR 8 Final 1st - 2nd place 24th August Yugoslavia 11 Spain 10 Bronze game 24th August USSR 11 Italy 10 5th - 6th places 23rd August Hungary 10 Greece 7 7th - 8th places 23rd August Germany 14 Romania 8 9th - 10th places 23rd August Netherlands 18 Czechoslovakia 14 11th - 12th places 23rd August France 13 Poland 12 13th - 16th places 20th August Bulgaria 13 Turkey 9 Great Britain 15 Denmark 8 21st August Bulgaria 13 Great Britain 7 Denmark 11 Turkey 11 22nd August Turkey 9 Great Britain 7 Bulgaria 21 Denmark 13 WINNING TEAM YUGOSLAVIA Aleksandar Sostar, Dusan Popovic, Vaso Subotic, Predrag Zimonjic, Igor Milanovic, Viktor Jelenic, Mirko Vicevic, Vitomir Padovan, Veljko Uskokovic, Igor Gocanin, Dusan Cirkovic, Goran Radjenovic, Nikola Ribic, Zeljko Vicevic, Milan Tadic Team 1 Yugoslavia 2 Spain 3 USSR 4 Italy 5 Hungary 6 Greece 7 Germany 8 Romania 9 Netherlands 10 Czechoslovakia 11 France 12 Poland 13 Bulgaria 14 Turkey 15 Great Britain 16 Denmark 13 Bulgaria : Turkey : Great Britain : Denmark :

36 Sheffield M E Preliminary Rounds 31st July Romania 10 Ukraine 9 Croatia 11 Russia 7 Italy 9 Germany 8 1st August Romania 12 Russia 12 Italy 13 Croatia 7 Germany 13 Ukraine 8 2nd August Italy 9 Russia 8 Germany 10 Romania 6 Croatia 13 Ukraine 8 3rd August Romania 11 Italy 10 Russia 11 Ukraine 6 Croatia 10 Germany 8 4th August Italy 14 Ukraine 7 Russia 9 Germany 6 Romania 9 Croatia 8 1 Italy : Romania : Croatia : Russia : Germany : Ukraine :61 0 N 31st July Hungary 9 Greece 5 Spain 17 Netherlands 10 Slovakia 13 Great Britain 7 1st August Spain 12 Greece 10 Netherlands 14 Slovakia 9 Hungary 19 Great Britain 5 2nd August Hungary 14 Spain 11 Greece 7 Slovakia 7 Netherlands 14 Great Britain 2 3rd August Hungary 14 Slovakia 9 Greece 12 Netherlands 6 Spain 17 Great Britain 5 4th August Spain 10 Slovakia 7 Hungary 11 Netherlands 9 Greece 12 Great Britain 3 Semi - finals 7th August Hungary 8 Romania 7 Italy 10 Spain 9 1 Hungary : Spain : Greece : Netherlands : Slovakia : Great Britain :75 0 Final 5th - 8th place 6th August Croatia 15 Netherlands 6 Greece 7 Russia 7 7th August Russia 12 Netherlands 6 Croatia 8 Greece 7 Final 1st - 2nd place 8th August Italy 11 Hungary 9 Bronze game 8th August Spain 13 Romania 12 Final 9th - 12th places 6th August Slovakia 10 Ukraine 8 Germany 17 Great Britain 4 7th August Ukraine 10 Great Britain 4 Germany 9 Slovakia 9 Cont... 35

37 Team 1 Italy 2 Hungary 3 Spain 4 Romania 5 Croatia 6 Greece 7 Russia 8 Netherlands 9 Germany 10 Slovakia 11 Ukraine 12 Great Britain WINNING TEAM ITALY Francesco Attolico, Alessandro Bovo, Alessandro Campagna, Mario Fiorillo, Francesco Porzio, Ferdinando Gandolfi, Massimiliano Ferretti, Marco D Altrui, Giuseppe Porzio, Paolo Caldarella, Amedeo Pomilio, Carlo Silipo, Roberto Calcaterra, Paolo Petronelli, Gianni Averaimo 5 Croatia : Greece : Russia : Netherlands : Germany : Slovakia : Ukraine : Great Britain : Vienna Preliminary Rounds 18th August Spain 7 Ukraine 6 19th August Spain 10 Netherlands 6 20th August Ukraine 10 Netherlands 7 1 Spain : Ukraine : Netherlands : th August Hungary 20 Austria 0 19th August Croatia 26 Austria 2 20th August Hungary 11 Croatia 5 1 Hungary :5 4 2 Croatia : Austria 2 2 2:46 0 Group C 18th August Russia 14 Bulgaria 10 19th August Russia 14 Romania 5 20th August Bulgaria 4 Romania 4 Group C 1 Russia : Bulgaria : Romania :18 1 Group D 18th August Italy 9 Greece 7 19th August Italy 10 Germany 6 20th August Germany 9 Greece 8 Group D 1 Italy : Germany : Greece :

38 Quarter - finals Group E 21st August Germany 11 Spain 10 Hungary 14 Bulgaria 7 22nd August Germany 10 Bulgaria 5 Hungary 13 Spain 11 23rd August Hungary 18 Germany 12 Spain 15 Bulgaria 5 Group E 1 Hungary : Germany : Spain : Bulgaria :39 0 M E N Group F 21st August Croatia 7 Russia 7 Italy 13 Ukraine 7 22nd August Croatia 14 Ukraine 8 Italy 11 Russia 9 23rd August Croatia 8 Italy 8 Russia 14 Ukraine 8 Group F 1 Italy : Croatia : Russia : Ukraine :41 0 Semi - finals 1st - 4th place 25th August Italy 10 Germany 9 Hungary 11 Croatia 8 Semi - finals 5th - 8th place 25th August Russia 14 Bulgaria 6 Spain 16 Ukraine 6 Final 1st - 2nd place 27th August Italy 10 Hungary 8 Bronze game 26th August Germany 11 Croatia 10 5th - 6th place 26th August Spain 10 Russia 7 7th - 8th place 26th August Ukraine 9 Bulgaria 7 Team 1 Italy 2 Hungary 3 Germany 4 Croatia 5 Spain 6 Russia 7 Ukraine 8 Bulgaria 9 Greece 10 Netherlands 11 Romania 12 Austria Final 9th - 12th place 21st August Greece 7 Netherlands 6 Romania 18 Austria 4 22nd August Greece 9 Romania 7 Netherlands 21 Austria 3 23rd August Greece 17 Austria 5 Netherlands 14 Romania 9 9 Greece : Netherlands : Romania : Austria :56 0 WINNING TEAM ITALY Francesco Attolico, Francesco Postiglione, Alessandro Bovo, Angelo Temellini, Roberto Calcaterra, Alessandro Calcaterra, Alberto Angelini, Amedeo Pomilio, Paolo Petronelli, Leonardo Sottani, Carlo Silipo, Alberto Ghibellini, Fabio Bencivenga, Luca Giustolisi, Marco Gerini 37

39 Seville Preliminary Rounds 13th August Russia 13 Bulgaria 4 Yugoslavia 10 Germany 5 Italy 7 Greece 2 14th August Yugoslavia 9 Bulgaria 4 Italy 8 Germany 4 Russia 7 Greece 6 15th August Greece 8 Bulgaria 4 Russia 8 Germany 6 Yugoslavia 4 Italy 3 16th August Italy 16 Bulgaria 5 Russia 3 Yugoslavia 3 Germany 6 Greece 6 17th August Germany 13 Bulgaria 6 Yugoslavia 6 Greece 5 Russia 5 Italy 4 1 Russia : Yugoslavia : Italy : Greece : Germany : Bulgaria : th August Slovakia 6 Netherlands 4 Hungary 13 Ukraine 3 Croatia 8 Spain 7 14th August Netherlands 10 Ukraine 4 Croatia 7 Hungary 7 Spain 9 Slovakia 5 15th August Hungary 12 Slovakia 6 Croatia 7 Ukraine 3 Spain 7 Netherlands 3 16th August Croatia 9 Netherlands 3 Slovakia 8 Ukraine 5 Hungary 7 Spain 7 17th August Hungary 13 Netherlands 8 Spain 10 Ukraine 2 Croatia 9 Slovakia 3 Quarter - finals 19th August Croatia 5 Greece 4 Russia 11 Slovakia 6 Hungary 9 Italy 8 Yugoslavia 10 Spain 9 Semi - finals 1st - 4th place 21st August Yugoslavia 8 Croatia 7 Hungary 10 Russia 7 1 Croatia : Hungary : Spain : Slovakia : Netherlands : Ukraine :48 0 Final 1st - 2nd place 23rd August Hungary 3 Yugoslavia 2 Bronze game 23rd August Russia 8 Croatia 7 5th - 6th place 21st August Spain 8 Italy 6 7th - 8th place 21st August Greece 13 Slovakia 9 9th - 10th place 19th August Netherlands 10 Germany 7 Semi - finals 5th - 8th place 20th August Spain 7 Greece 3 Italy 12 Slovakia 9 11th - 12th place 19th August Ukraine 10 Bulgaria 8 38

40 WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Zoltan Kosz, Frank Toth, Tamas Marcz, Zsolt Varga, Tamas Kasas, Attila Vari, Gergely Kiss, Tibor Benedek, Rajmund Fodor, Balazs Vincze, Barnabas Steinmetz, Tamas Molnar, Zsolt Nemeth, Bulcsu Szekely, Zoltan Kovacs Team 1 Hungary 2 Yugoslavia 3 Russia 4 Croatia 5 Spain 6 Italy 7 Greece 8 Slovakia 9 Netherlands 10 Germany 11 Ukraine 12 Bulgaria M E N Florence Preliminary Rounds 2nd September Greece 9 Slovenia 5 Croatia 9 Slovakia 7 Hungary 7 Italy 7 3rd September Greece 8 Slovakia 3 Hungary 11 Slovenia 3 Croatia 7 Italy 6 4th September Slovakia 8 Slovenia 7 Hungary 7 Croatia 6 Italy 7 Greece 6 5th September Croatia 9 Slovenia 4 Hungary 8 Greece 3 Italy 6 Slovakia 5 6th September Hungary 13 Slovakia 6 Croatia 9 Greece 6 Italy 9 Slovenia 7 1 Hungary : Croatia : Italy : Greece : Slovakia : Slovenia :46 0 2nd September Spain 9 Germany 4 Russia 10 Netherlands 7 Yugoslavia 7 Romania 5 3rd September Germany 5 Romania 3 Russia 9 Yugoslavia 8 Spain 11 Netherlands 8 4th September Netherlands 4 Romania 4 Spain 6 Russia 4 Germany 3 Yugoslavia 3 5th September Netherlands 8 Germany 7 Russia 8 Romania 7 Spain 10 Yugoslavia 7 6th September Yugoslavia 11 Netherlands 6 Romania 10 Spain 8 Germany 7 Russia 6 1 Spain : Russia : Yugoslavia : Germany : Romania : Netherlands :43 3 Cont... 39

41 Quarter - finals 8th September Italy 7 Russia 6 Croatia 9 Yugoslavia 7 Greece 7 Spain 6 Hungary 15 Germany 4 Semi - finals 1st - 4th place 9th September Croatia 10 Greece 7 Hungary 7 Italy 5 Semi - finals 5th - 8th place 9th September Russia 8 Germany 7 Spain 8 Yugoslavia 5 Final 1st - 2nd place 11th September Hungary 15 Croatia 12 Team 1 Hungary 2 Croatia 3 Italy 4 Greece 5 Russia 6 Spain 7 Yugoslavia 8 Germany 9 Romania 10 Slovakia 11 Slovenia 12 Netherlands Bronze game 11th September Italy 7 Greece 6 5th - 6th place 10th September Russia 14 Spain 12 7th - 8th place 10th September Yugoslavia 8 Germany 5 WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Zoltan Kosz, Frank Toth, Tamas Marcz, Zsolt Varga, Tamas Kasas, Attila Vari, Gergely Kiss, Bulcsu Szekely, Rajmund Fodor, Balazs Vincze, Barnabas Steinmetz, Tamas Molnar, Csaba Kiss, Peter Biros, Zoltan Kovacs 9th - 10th place 8th September Romania 9 Slovakia 8 11th - 12th place 8th September Slovenia 8 Netherlands 7 Massimiliano Ferretti (Italy), who won gold medals at the European Men s Championships in 1993 in Sheffield and the 1992 Olympic Games in Barcelona and Rene Reimann (Germany), gold medallist in 1989 in Bonn (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 40

42 Budapest M E Preliminary Rounds 15th June Italy 10 Netherlands 4 Yugoslavia 9 Spain 7 Hungary 12 Romania 5 16th June Italy 9 Romania 4 Hungary 7 Spain 5 Yugoslavia 10 Netherlands 7 17th June Spain 4 Netherlands 0 Yugoslavia 11 Romania 5 Hungary 10 Italy 5 18th June Netherlands 6 Romania 6 Spain 8 Italy 7 Yugoslavia 8 Hungary 5 19th June Spain 6 Romania 5 Hungary 10 Netherlands 7 Yugoslavia 9 Italy 8 1 Yugoslavia : Hungary : Spain : Italy : Netherlands : Romania :44 1 N 15th June Russia 13 France 4 Greece 7 Germany 4 Slovakia 10 Croatia 9 16th June Croatia 12 France 3 Germany 9 Slovakia 9 Greece 10 Russia 7 17th June Greece 14 Slovakia 8 Croatia 8 Russia 6 Germany 11 France 3 18th June Slovakia 13 France 8 Russia 9 Germany 6 Greece 7 Croatia 7 19th June Russia 12 Slovakia 8 Greece 10 France 9 Croatia 5 Germany 5 1 Greece : Croatia : Russia : Slovakia : Germany : France :59 0 Quarter - finals 21st June Croatia 7 Spain 6 Hungary 10 Russia 9 Yugoslavia 8 Slovakia 7 Italy 7 Greece 6 Semi - finals 1st - 4th place 22nd June Yugoslavia 8 Croatia 6 Italy 8 Hungary 7 Semi - finals 5th - 8th place 22nd June Spain 8 Slovakia 5 Russia 8 Greece 5 Cont... 41

43 Final 1st - 2nd place 24th June Yugoslavia 8 Italy 5 Bronze game 24th June Hungary 12 Croatia 9 5th - 6th place 23rd June Russia 8 Spain 5 7th - 8th place 23rd June Greece 8 Slovakia 4 9th - 10th place 22nd June Germany 8 Netherlands 6 11th - 12th place 22nd June Romania 9 France 1 Team 1 Yugoslavia 2 Italy 3 Hungary 4 Croatia 5 Russia 6 Spain 7 Greece 8 Slovakia 9 Germany 10 Netherlands 11 Romania 12 France WINNING TEAM YUGOSLAVIA Aleksandar Sostar, Petar Trbojevic, Predrag Zimonjic, Dejan Savic, Danilo Ikodinovic, Viktor Jelenic, Veljko Uskokovic, Aleksandar Ciric, Aleksandar Sapic, Vladimir Vujasinovic, Nenad Vukanic, Branko Pekovic, Nikola Janovic, Nikola Kuljaca, Denis Sefik Kranj Preliminary Rounds 6th June Serbia & Montenegro 11 Romania 2 Slovakia 11 Netherlands 12 Russia 6 Hungary 13 7th June Romania 7 Slovakia 9 Hungary 9 Netherlands 7 Russia 11 Serbia & Montenegro 10 8th June Netherlands 6 Romania 10 Slovakia 8 Russia 7 Serbia & Montenegro 7 Hungary 6 9th June Russia 11 Netherlands 6 Serbia & Montenegro 11 Slovakia 5 Hungary 14 Romania 5 10th June Romania 4 Russia 9 Slovakia 8 Hungary 14 Serbia & Montenegro 7 Netherlands 6 1 Hungary : Serbia & Montenegro : Russia : Slovakia : Netherlands : Romania :

44 6th June Croatia 12 Germany 11 Italy 7 Greece 5 Slovenia 3 Spain 7 7th June Germany 5 Italy 4 Slovenia 4 Croatia 9 Spain 6 Greece 9 8th June Greece 5 Germany 4 Croatia 3 Spain 6 Italy 13 Slovenia 10 9th June Spain 8 Germany 10 Slovenia 10 Greece 11 Croatia 6 Italy 3 10th June Greece 7 Croatia 8 Germany 9 Slovenia 12 Italy 6 Spain 7 1 Croatia : Spain : Greece : Germany : Italy : Slovenia :49 2 M E N Quarter - finals 12th June Croatia 10 Slovakia 6 Hungary 10 Spain 2 Russia 10 Greece 8 Serbia & Montenegro 9 Germany 2 Semi - finals 1st - 4th place 13th June Croatia 10 Hungary 9 Serbia & Montenegro 11 Russia 7 Losing Quarter finals Slovakia 5 Spain 6 Germany 6 Greece 4 Final 1st - 2nd place 15th June Serbia & Montenegro 9 Croatia 8 Team 1 Serbia & Montenegro 2 Croatia 3 Hungary 4 Russia 5 Spain 6 Germany 7 Slovakia 8 Greece 9 Italy 10 Romania 11 Netherlands 12 Slovenia Bronze game 15th June Hungary 12 Russia 6 5th - 6th place 14th June Germany 4 Spain 5 7th - 8th place 14th June Greece 6 Slovakia 7 9th - 10th place 13th June Romania 3 Italy 7 11th - 12th place 13th June Netherlands 7 Slovenia 4 WINNING TEAM SERBIA & MONTENEGRO Nikola Kuljaca, Slobodan Nikic, Zivko Golic, Vanja Udovicic, Dejan Savic, Danilo Ikodinovic, Viktor Jelenic, Vladimir Gojkovic, Aleksandar Ciric, Aleksandar Sapic, Vladimir Vujasinovic, Predrag Jokic, Boris Zlokovic, Filip Filipovic, Denis Sefik 43

45 Belgrade Preliminary Rounds 1st September Romania 8 Spain 11 Netherlands 11 Slovakia 11 Serbia 13 Russia 6 2nd September Spain 13 Slovakia 8 Romania 13 Russia 10 Serbia 17 Netherlands 10 3rd September Netherlands 8 Romania 8 Russia 10 Spain 13 Serbia 19 Slovakia 2 4th September Russia 11 Netherlands 5 Romania 7 Slovakia 6 Serbia 16 Spain 11 5th September Slovakia 9 Russia 12 Netherlands 12 Spain 11 Serbia 13 Romania 4 1 Serbia : Spain : Romania : Russia : Netherlands : Slovakia :62 1 1st September Hungary 23 Slovenia 6 Greece 11 Germany 8 Croatia 8 Italy 9 2nd September Slovenia 6 Greece 19 Italy 8 Germany 11 Croatia 11 Hungary 16 3rd September Germany 14 Slovenia 6 Greece 10 Croatia 10 Hungary 13 Italy 6 4th September Italy 20 Slovenia 7 Hungary 10 Greece 8 Croatia 9 Germany 9 5th September Slovenia 8 Croatia 19 Germany 10 Hungary 20 Greece 11 Italy 14 1 Hungary : Italy : Greece : Germany : Croatia : Slovenia :95 0 Quarter - finals 7th September Spain 12 Greece 10 Romania 10 Italy 9 Semi - finals 1st - 4th place 8th September Romania 6 Serbia 13 Spain 10 Hungary 16 44

46 Final 1st - 2nd place 10th September Serbia 9 Hungary 8 M E Bronze game 10th September Romania 4 Spain 10 N 5th - 6th place 9th September Greece 10 Italy 11 7th - 8th place 9th September Croatia 11 Germany 7 9th - 10th place 9th September Russia 15 Netherlands 10 11th - 12th place 8th September Slovenia 9 Slovakia 10 Team 1 Serbia 2 Hungary 3 Spain 4 Romania 5 Italy 6 Greece 7 Croatia 8 Germany 9 Russia 10 Netherlands 11 Slovakia 12 Slovenia WINNING TEAM SERBIA Denis Sefik, Petar Trbojevic, Zivko Gocic, Vanja Udovicic, Dejan Savic, Danilo Ikodinovic, Slobodan Nikic, Filip Filipovic, Aleksandar Ciric, Aleksandar Sapic, Vladimir Vujasinovic, Branko Pekovic, Slobodan Soro, Dusko Pijetlovic, Andrija Prlainovic Manuel Estiarte (Spain), one of the greatest players ever, won a European Championship silver in 1991 and a bronze medal in 1983 and He also won a gold medal at the 1996 Olympics and at the 1998 World Championships and played in 6 Olympic Games (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 45

47 Malaga Preliminary Rounds 4th July Slovakia 3 Greece 12 Hungary 10 Croatia 9 Spain 7 Montenegro 8 5th July Hungary 19 Slovakia 3 Monetenegro 11 Greece 10 Spain 7 Croatia 11 6th July Hungary 8 Greece 3 Croatia 7 Montenegro 6 Slovakia 4 Spain 12 7th July Croatia 15 Slovakia 5 Hungary 9 Montenegro 10 Spain 9 Greece 7 8th July Slovakia 4 Montenegro 13 Greece 10 Croatia 10 Hungary 8 Spain 7 1 Montenegro : Hungary : Croatia : Spain : Greece : Slovakia :71 0 4th July Macedonia 10 Romania 6 Serbia 17 Germany 5 Russia 6 Italy 12 5th July Macedonia 6 Serbia 23 Germany 13 Russia 4 Romania 7 Italy 12 6th July Russia 9 Macedonia 9 Serbia 6 Romania 6 Italy 12 Germany 6 7th July Romania 4 Germany 8 Macedonia 5 Italy 11 Serbia 11 Russia 6 8th July Germany 7 Macedonia 5 Russia 10 Romania 14 Italy 8 Serbia 11 1 Serbia : Italy : Germany : Macedonia : Romania : Russia :59 1 Quarter - finals 9th July Hungary 14 Germany 8 Croatia 8 Italy 7 Semi - finals 1st - 4th place 11th July Croatia 7 Montenegro 9 Hungary 7 Serbia 8 Final 1st - 2nd place 13th July Serbia 5 Montenegro 6 Bronze game 13th July Hungary 15 Croatia 14 5th - 6th place 12th July Germany 7 Italy 9 7th - 8th place 12th July Spain 15 Macedonia 5 9th - 10th place 12th July Romania 11 Russia 6 11th - 12th place 11th July Greece 14 Slovakia 8 46

48 Team 1 Montenegro 2 Serbia 3 Hungary 4 Croatia 5 Italy 6 Germany 7 Spain 8 Macedonia 9 Romania 10 Russia 11 Greece 12 Slovakia WINNING TEAM MONTENEGRO Zdravko Radic, Drasko Brguljan, Vjekoslav Paskovic, Nikola Vukcevic, Nikola Janovik, Milan Ticic, Mjadlan Janovic, Damian Danilvic, Aleksandar Ivovic, Boris Zlokovic, Vladimir Gojkovic, Predrag Jokic, Milos Scepanovic M E N No way through for Christos Afroudakis in Greece s opening day match of the 2008 European Men s Championships in Malaga against Slovakia. Greece won the game (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 47

49 European Water Polo CHAMPIONSHIPS Men s Top Scorers 2.1 The Top Goalscorers at each Championship 1950 Vienna Rudy Van Feggelen Netherlands 35 goals 1954 Turin Terry C. Miller Great Britain 13 goals Nodar Gvaharia USSR 1958 Budapest Zoltan Dömötör Hungary 12 goals 1962 Leipzig Zoltan Dömötör Hungary 10 goals 1966 Utrecht Nicolaus Dumont Belgium 17 goals 1970 Barcelona Ferenc Konrad Hungary 20 goals 1974 Vienna Juan Jané Spain 15 goals 1977 Jönköping Gianni De Magistris Italy 20 goals 1981 Split Manuel Estiarte Spain 27 goals 1983 Rome Manuel Estiarte Spain 27 goals 1985 Sofia Milivoj Bebic Yugoslavia 21 goals 1987 Strasbourg Hagen Stamm Germany 21 goals 1989 Bonn Manuel Estiarte Spain 26 goals 1991 Athens Manuel Estiarte Spain 36 goals 1993 Sheffield Manuel Estiarte Spain 29 goals 1995 Vienna Dmitriy Apanasenko Russia 24 goals 1997 Seville Manuel Estiarte Spain 18 goals 1999 Florence Salvador Gomez Spain 16 goals 2001 Budapest Alexandre Erychov Russia 21 goals 2003 Kranj Aleksandar Sapic Serbia & Montenegro 24 goals 2006 Belgrade Aleksandar Sapic Serbia 24 goals 2008 Malaga Aleksandar Sapic Serbia 23 goals 48

50 European Water Polo CHAMPIONSHIPS Men s Medal table M E N Defensive arms block the way during the 2008 European Men s Championships in Malaga (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 3.1 Men s Medal Table Country Gold Silver Bronze Total HUN USSR ITA YUG FRG SRB NED MNE 1 1 SCG 1 1 GER SWE 3 3 CRO 2 2 ESP FRA 1 1 GDR 1 1 BEL 3 3 AUT 1 1 RUS

51 European Water Polo CHAMPIONSHIPS MEN s Referees 4.1 Officiating Referees Name Total Adzic MNE 2 2 Afanasiev URS, RUS Aglialoro ITA Andersen DEN 3 3 Angella FRA Angerhausen BEL Antsiferov RUS 1 1 Asencio ESP Backlund SWE 2 2 Bajanaru ROM 1 1 Barradas POR 1 1 Batalle ESP Bathurst GBR Bauwens BEL Becker FRG 1 1 Belevtsov UKR 1 1 Bender GER 3 3 Bervoets NED 2 2 Bianchi ITA 1 1 Bishop GBR 1 1 Blan FRG Blazina YUG 1 1 Blumenthal URS 2 2 Bock GER 3 3 Boer HUN 2 2 Bohat SVK Bonev BUL 3 3 Bonnay FRA 2 2 Bookelman NED Borner GER 1 1 Borrell ESP Brala CRO 3 3 Brandi HUN Bras NED Brguljan MNE Brockmann FRG Burge GBR Cabello ESP 3 3 Cachia V. MLT Caputi ITA 4 4 Caselli ITA

52 Name Total Cernik TCH 2 2 Chachava URS 4 4 Chernichev URS 1 1 Chirchulete ROM 2 2 Chirunas URS Chmielewski POL Cillero ESP Ciric SRB 4 4 Clara ITA Clemencon FRA Coppola ITA 2 2 Costa ITA Csaszar HUN M E N Dahler FRG 3 3 Dalli MLT 4 4 Dani ITA David FRA De Kok NED Delahaye BEL Demey FRA Deste TUR 4 4 De Stefano ITA Diathessopoulos GRE 3 3 Di Gennaro ITA 2 2 Dirnweber AUT Donato ESP 1 1 Donnici ESP Dragan ROM Drobnjak YUG Dujardin FRA 2 2 Dunford GBR 1 1 Elder GBR 3 3 Eleftheriadis GRE Esaian URS 2 2 Eveleigh GBR 2 2 Exerov BUL Falk SWE 1 1 Fangero GDR 2 2 Fekete HUN Fernandez ESP Ferri ITA 4 4 Fjarrstad L. SWE 1 1 Fjarrstad T. SWE Fogelstrom DEN 3 3 Foulon FRA 2 2 Frey SUI 1 1 Fuchs BEL Cont... 51

53 Name Total Galkin RUS Gamisans ESP Geli ESP Gerber FRA 1 1 Geurtsen NED Gombosh ISR 3 3 Gomez ITA 5 5 Goose NED Gorinov BUL 1 1 Grandin FRA 1 1 Grilli ITA 4 4 Grimaldi ITA Grosso ITA 3 3 Gutzwiller SUI 1 1 Hammarstrom SWE Hantal TUR Hargreaves GBR 1 1 Hassekioglou GRE Hausche GER Hodgson GBR 1 1 Houwaert BEL 2 2 Illiadis GRE Indrelid NOR Ivkovic YUG Jakerson TCH Janev BUL Janssen NED 4 4 Jarochowski POL Jones GBR Karlsson SWE 2 2 Kiss HUN Kistyakovski URS 2 2 Kiszelly HUN Klaric YUG, CRO Klisovic YUG Klopper NED Knezevic YUG 3 3 Koenigh HUN Koganov AZE Koryzna POL Kossov RUS

54 Kosztolanczy HUN Krajczewski POL 1 1 Kratochvil SVK Kun HUN 4 4 M E N Lalov BUL Laundon GBR 1 1 Laurent FRA Lehn GER Levin ISR Lochon FRA 3 3 Ludecke FRG, GER Maggio ITA 3 3 Manguillot ESP Marculescu ROM Margeta SVK, SLO Matache ROM, ROU Merola ITA Minartowicz POL 3 3 Moine FRA 5 5 Moliner ESP Monay SUI 1 1 Naumov RUS Nicolaescu ROM 1 1 Nielsen DEN Njegovan SRB 2 2 Nonnekes NED 1 1 Novotny TCH 1 1 Paggi ITA Panagakos GRE Papazian FRA Parrini ITA Perniklijski SWE Petrasovits AUT Petronilli ITA Petrovic YUG 4 4 Picchetto ITA Pizzorno ITA 4 4 Polic YUG Pollmann FRG, GER Prelovsky TCH Prikhodko URS Prostjakov URS Cont... 53

55 Name Total Racine SUI Radjenovic YUG Raiton FRA 6 6 Rajevic YUG 4 4 Rajki HUN 3 3 Rakovec SLO Rashmadjan URS Reemnet NED Rezek CZE Rogione ITA Rohbeck GER 2 2 Rosmann AUT Roth GDR 1 1 Rotunno ITA Rowse GBR 2 2 Rulf FRG 2 2 Sadekov RUS Salamon HUN 3 3 Salino ITA 4 4 Samu HUN 3 3 Sapara GER 3 3 Scheepers BEL 2 2 Scheuermann FRG Schlenker HUN 1 1 Schmuck TCH 4 4 Schmudermeyer AUT Schneider FRG Schwartz ISR 3 3 Scott GBR Seifert YUG Selzsam FRA Semenov URS 2 2 Silha ROM Simion ROU 2 2 Simons BEL Sjd SWE 3 3 Skaal SWE 1 1 Soumelidis GRE Spiegel GER Stajkovic MKD 3 3 Stavridis GRE Stavropoulos GRE Sturm GDR 1 1 Tarodi HUN 1 1 Taylor GBR 1 1 Tellegen NED 3 3 Teule ESP 3 3 Theodorakopoulos GRE 4 4 Thepaut FRA

56 Name Total Thibou BEL Timoc ROM Tomic CRO 6 6 Toygarli TUR Troitsky URS, RUS Tsantas GRE Tulga TUR M E N Ucansu TUR 2 2 Ulrich GDR 3 3 Van De Laak NED 3 3 Van De Vreken BEL Van Dorp NED Van Hems FRA Van Zenderen NED Vassiliou GRE 2 2 Venturini ITA 1 1 Vuletic YUG 1 1 Vuletic CRO Vuszek HUN Weghofer AUT Witzke FRG 4 4 Zimny POL Zucherman SWE

57 European Water Polo club competitions - Men s 5.1 Men s European Club Competitions Year European Super Cup Cup Winners Cup LEN Trophy Ferencvarosi TC Mladost Zagreb Mladost Zagreb CSKA Moscow MGU Moscow Ferencvarosi Ferencvarosi TC Orvosegyetem SC KPK Korcula Ferencvarosi Ferencvarosi TC CSKA Moscow CSKA Moscow CN Barcelona POSK Split CSKA Moscow CSKA Moscow POSK Split POSK Split Dinamo Moscow Dynamo Moscow Spandau 04 Berlin Vasas SC Spandau 04 Berlin HJK Mornar Split Pescara Posillipo Napoli RN Arenzano Mladost Zagreb Pescara Partizan Beograd Partizan Beograd CN Catalunya CN Catalunya Pescara Pescara Ujpesti TE Ujpesti TE Pescara Roma CN Catalunya Vasas SC CN Barcelona Mladost Zagreb Roma Pescara Vouliagmeni Athens Ujpesti TE Ferencvarosi TC Partizan Beograd Miadost Zagreb Ujpesti TE Dynamo Moscow JUG Dubrovnik RN Florentia Mladost Zagreb Olympiakos Piraeus Vasas SC Brescia Pro Recco Posillipo Napoli Brescia Budapest Honved SE CN Barcelona Posillipo RN Savona JUG Dubrovnik Brescia Pro Recco Sintez Kazan Pro Recco Sturm 2002 Chehov Primorac Kotor Szeged Beton VE Vaterpolo Akademija Cattaro 56

58 5.2 Men s Euro League/Final Four Year Club Country Partizan Belgrade Yugoslavia Recco Italy Partizan Belgrade Yugoslavia Partizan Belgrade Yugoslavia Mladost Zagreb Yugoslavia Mladost Zagreb Yugoslavia Mladost Zagreb Yugoslavia Partizan Belgrade Yugoslavia Mladost Zagreb Yugoslavia OSC Budapest Hungary MGU Moscow Soviet Union Partizan Belgrade Yugoslavia Partizan Belgrade Yugoslavia CSK Moscow Soviet Union Canottierei Naples Italy OSC Budapest Hungary Vasas Budapest Hungary Jug Dubrovnik Yugoslavia CN Barcelona Spain Spandau Berlin GDR Stefanel Recco Italy Vasas Budapest Hungary Spandau Berlin GDR Spandau Berlin GDR Sisley Pescara Italy Spandau Berlin GDR Mladost Zagreb Yugoslavia Mladost Zagreb Yugoslavia Jadran Koteks Split Yugoslavia Jadran Koteks Split Yugoslavia Ujpesti Budapest Hungary Catalunya Barcelona Spain Mladost Zagreb Yugoslavia Themis Posillipo Naples Italy CN Posillipo Naples Italy Splitska Banka Split Croatia VK Becej Nis Naftagas Yugoslavia Jug Dubrovnik Croatia Olympiakos Piraeus Greece Pro Recco Italy Domino BHSE Budapest Hungary CN Posillipo Naples Italy Jug Dubrovnik Croatia Pro Recco Italy Pro Recco Italy Primorac Kotor Montenegro Pro Recco Italy M E N 57

59 European Water Polo Results WOMEN S Oslo 12th August Norway 15 Sweden 3 Netherlands 26 France 0 Belgium 7 F.R.Germany 7 Hungary 18 Great Britain 5 13th August Netherlands 18 Belgium 1 Hungary 18 France 1 Norway 10 Great Britain 4 F.R.Germany 25 Sweden 6 14th August F.R.Germany 13 Great Britain 4 Hungary 10 Belgium 5 Norway 15 France 4 Netherlands 37 Sweden 1 15th August Netherlands 27 F.R.Germany 6 Belgium 13 Sweden 5 Hungary 12 Norway 5 Great Britain 9 France 6 16th August F.R.Germany 13 France 5 Netherlands 25 Great Britain 0 Norway 10 Belgium 8 Hungary 19 Sweden 1 17th August Great Britain 9 Sweden 6 Hungary 12 F.R.Germany 7 Netherlands 23 Norway 2 Belgium 12 France 4 18th August France 9 Sweden 8 Belgium 12 Great Britain 5 F.R.Germany 12 Norway 6 Netherlands 19 Hungary 4 1 Netherlands : Hungary : F.R.Germany : Norway : Belgium : Great Britain : France : Sweden :127 0 WINNING TEAM NETHERLANDS Madeline Van Heemstra, Marion Van Der Mark, Janet Heljnert, Ineke Pesman, Belinda Hibbel, Lieneke Van Den Heuvel, Anita Bibo, Alice Lindhout, Monique Kranenburg, Patricia Libregts, Lilian Ossendrijver, Hedda Verdam, Marian Walthie Manuela Zanchi (Italy) looks to receive the ball. Zanchi won a gold medal in the 2003 European Women s Championships in Ljubljana (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 58

60 Strasbourg 16th August France 10 Norway 8 Netherlands 22 Belgium 2 Hungary 16 F.R.Germany 5 17th August Netherlands 16 Norway 4 France 7 F.R.Germany 6 Hungary 12 Great Britain 3 18th August F.R.Germany 11 Great Britain 5 Hungary 20 Belgium 7 Netherlands 18 France 4 20th August F.R.Germany 11 Belgium 6 Hungary 14 Norway 9 France 8 Great Britain 3 21st August Netherlands 11 Hungary 8 F.R.Germany 11 Norway 8 Belgium 9 Great Britain 8 22nd August France 12 Belgium 5 Norway 12 Great Britain 10 Netherlands 12 F.R.Germany 10 23rd August Norway 9 Belgium 7 Netherlands 21 Great Britain 1 Hungary 10 France 5 1 Netherlands : Hungary : France : F.R.Germany : Norway : Belgium : Great Britain :73 0 WINNING TEAM NETHERLANDS Madeline Van Heemstra, Hellen Boering, Lieneke Van Den Heuvel, Anita Bibo, Lilian Ossendrijver, Irma Brander, Greet Van Den Veen, Monique Kranenburg, Patricia Libregts, Esmeralda Van Den Water, Ilse Sindorf, Anita Nijenhuis, Hedda Verdam, Janny Spijker w o m E N Bonn Preliminary Rounds Group C 16th August Hungary 20 Sweden 5 France 12 Norway 8 17th August Norway 6 Sweden 4 Hungary 10 France 6 18th August France 13 Sweden 8 Hungary 22 Norway 3 Group C 1 Hungary : France : Norway : Sweden :39 0 Group D 14th August F.R.Germany 14 Greece 1 Netherlands 26 Belgium 2 15th August Netherlands 26 Greece 2 Italy 12 Belgium 8 16th August Italy 9 Greece 5 Netherlands 13 F.R.Germany 4 17th August Greece 7 Belgium 6 Italy 10 F.R.Germany 9 18th August Netherlands 15 Italy 3 F.R.Germany 9 Belgium 4 Group D 1 Netherlands : Italy : F.R.Germany : Greece : Belgium :54 0 Semi - finals 19th August Hungary 8 Italy 6 Netherlands 20 France 5 Cont... 59

61 Final 1st - 2nd place 20th August Netherlands 14 Hungary 11 Bronze game 20th August France 10 Italy 9 5th - 6th place 19th August F.R.Germany 16 Norway 4 7th - 8th place 19th August Greece 5 Sweden 4 Team 1 Netherlands 2 Hungary 3 France 4 Italy 5 F.R.Germany 6 Norway 7 Greece 8 Sweden 9 Belgium WINNING TEAM NETHERLANDS Hermine Perik, Hellen Boering, Lieneke Van Den Heuvel, Greet Van Den Veen, Esmeralda Van Den Water, Patricia Libregts, Anita Nijenhuis, Monique Kranenburg, Ilse Sindorf, Janny Spijker, Hedda Verdam, Irma Brander, Alice Lindhout, Astrid Van Den Meer Athens Preliminary Rounds Group C 18th August Hungary 8 Italy 8 USSR 10 Greece 7 19th August Hungary 15 USSR 3 Italy 11 Greece 4 20th August Italy 10 USSR 8 Hungary 10 Greece 0 Group C 1 Hungary : Italy : USSR : France :31 0 Group D 18th August Netherlands 11 Germany 3 France 4 Great Britain 2 19th August France 8 Germany 4 Netherlands 20 Great Britain 2 20th August Germany 10 Great Britain 5 Netherlands 15 France 4 Semi - finals 22nd August Hungary 10 France 3 Netherlands 12 Italy 8 Final 1st - 2nd place 25th August Hungary 11 Netherlands 8 Bronze game 25th August Italy 9 France 5 5th - 6th place 22nd August USSR 13 Germany 5 7th - 8th place 22nd August Greece 6 Great Britain 2 Group D 1 Netherlands :9 6 2 France : Germany : Great Britain 3 3 9:34 0 Team 1 Hungary 2 Netherlands 3 Italy 4 France 5 USSR 6 Germany 7 Greece WINNING TEAM HUNGARY 8 Great Britain Orsolya Szalkay, Laura Gruber, Katalin Dancsa, Noemi Toth, Mercedesz Stieber, Edit Vincze, Ildiko Takacs, Iren Rafael, Katalin Nagy, Zsuzsanna Kertesz, Ildiko Ronaszeki, Ildiko Kokai, Zsuzsanna Huff, Csilla Szamosi 60

62 Leeds Preliminary Rounds 31st July Hungary 20 Switzerland 3 France 21 Czech Republic 4 Russia 8 Great Britain 6 1st August Hungary 22 Czech Republic 5 France 11 Russia 10 Great Britain 13 Switzerland 3 2nd August Russia 24 Czech Republic 5 Hungary 13 Great Britain 7 France 21 Switzerland 6 3rd August Russia 12 Hungary 7 Switzerland 7 Czech Republic 5 France 6 Great Britain 1 4th August Russia 23 Switzerland 3 Great Britain 14 Czech Republic 6 Hungary 12 France 6 w o m E N 1 Russia : Hungary : France : Great Britain : Switzerland : Czech Republic : st July Germany 6 Greece 5 Italy 7 Spain 6 Netherlands 24 Slovakia 1 1st August Italy 7 Germany 6 Spain 14 Slovakia 1 Netherlands 15 Greece 8 2nd August Italy 23 Slovakia 2 Netherlands 20 Germany 8 Greece 9 Spain 2 3rd August Germany 24 Slovakia 1 Italy 6 Greece 4 Netherlands 18 Spain 2 4th August Greece 19 Slovakia 2 Netherlands 13 Italy 7 Germany 9 Spain 1 Cont... 61

63 1 Netherlands : Italy : Germany : Greece : Spain : Slovakia 5 5 7:104 0 Semi - finals 6th August Russia 8 Italy 6 Netherlands 9 Hungary 8 Final 1st - 2nd place 7th August Netherlands 13 Russia 8 Bronze game 7th August Hungary 8 Italy 7 5th - 6th place 6th August France 7 Germany 4 7th - 8th place 6th August Greece 8 Great Britain 7 9th - 10th place 6th August Spain 11 Switzerland 6 11th - 12th place 6th August Czech Republic 10 Slovakia 7 Team 1 Netherlands 2 Russia 3 Hungary 4 Italy 5 France 6 Germany 7 Greece 8 Great Britain 9 Spain 10 Switzerland 11 Czech Republic 12 Slovakia WINNING TEAM NETHERLANDS Karla Van Der Boon, Janny Spijker, Edmee Hiemstra, Carla Quint, Ingrid Leijendekker, Alice Lindhout, Karin Kuipers, Ellen Bast, Gillian Van De Berg, Rianne Schram, Hellen Boering, Sandra Scherrenburg, Hedda Verdam Italian goal keeper, Elena Gigli, rises to tip the ball over the top in the match between Hungary and Italy during the 2008 European Women s Championships in Malaga(Photo: Giorgio Scala) 62

64 Vienna Preliminary Rounds 18th August Russia 19 Portugal 1 19th August Russia 16 France 7 20th August France 13 Portugal 2 w o m E N 1 Russia :8 4 2 France : Portugal 2 2 3: th August Hungary 10 Czech Republic 1 19th August Hungary 12 Great Britain 2 20th August Great Britain 12 Czech Republic 8 1 Hungary :3 4 2 Great Britain : Czech Republic 2 2 9:22 0 Group C 18th August Greece 11 Spain 4 19th August Netherlands 17 Spain 6 20th August Netherlands 7 Greece 6 Group C 1 Netherlands : Greece : Spain :28 0 Group D 18th August Italy 19 Switzerland 1 19th August Germany 14 Switzerland 0 20th August Italy 8 Germany 4 Group D 1 Italy :5 4 2 Germany :8 2 3 Switzerland 2 2 1:33 0 Quarter - finals Group E 21st August Russia 16 Germany 8 Greece 9 Hungary 7 22nd August Greece 12 Germany 11 Hungary 11 Russia 8 23rd August Hungary 9 Germany 6 Greece 5 Russia 3 Cont... 63

65 Group E 1 Greece : Hungary : Russia : Germany :37 0 Group F 21st August Netherlands 16 Great Britain 4 Italy 7 France 4 22nd August France 12 Great Britain 11 Italy 9 Netherlands 9 23rd August Italy 17 Great Britain 6 Netherlands 14 France 8 Group F 1 Netherlands : Italy : France : Great Britain :45 0 Semi - finals 1st - 4th place 25th August Hungary 6 Netherlands 5 Italy 8 Greece 4 Semi - finals 5th - 8th place 25th August France 8 Germany 7 Russia 20 Great Britain 3 Final 1st - 2nd place 27th August Italy 7 Hungary 5 Bronze game 26th August Netherlands 8 Greece 3 5th - 6th place 26th August France 8 Russia 6 7th - 8th place 26th August Germany 18 Great Britain 7 Final 9th - 12th place 21st August Portugal 9 Switzerland 4 Spain 14 Czech Republic 2 22nd August Spain 17 Switzerland 5 Czech Republic 13 Portugal 4 23rd August Czech Republic 7 Switzerland 7 Spain 21 Portugal 0 Team 1 Italy 2 Hungary 3 Netherlands 4 Greece 5 France 6 Russia 7 Germany 8 Great Britain 9 Spain 10 Czech Republic 11 Portugal 12 Switzerland 64

66 9 Spain : Czech Republic : Portugal : Switzerland :33 1 w o m E N WINNING TEAM ITALY Francesca Conti, Martina Miceli, Carmela Allucci, Stefania Lariucci, Milena Virzi, Monica Vaillant, Antonella Di Giacinto, Cristina Consoli, Giusi Malato, Francesca Romano, Marica Carrozzi, Melania Grego, Daria Starace, Maddalena Musumeci, Paola Sabbatini Seville Preliminary Rounds 13th August Germany 8 Yugoslavia 5 Hungary 13 France 2 Greece 12 Czech Republic 2 14th August Germany 4 Czech Republic 4 Greece 7 Hungary 6 France 9 Yugoslavia 5 15th August Greece 8 Yugoslavia 2 Hungary 26 Czech Republic 2 Germany 7 France 5 16th August Hungary 10 Germany 2 Greece 9 France 4 Yugoslavia 11 Czech Republic 10 17th August Greece 7 Germany 5 France 14 Czech Republic 7 Hungary 15 Yugoslavia 1 1 Greece : Hungary : Germany : France : Yugoslavia : Czech Republic :71 0 Quarter finals 19th August Russia 9 Germany 5 Italy 8 Hungary 7 Netherlands 13 France 2 Spain 7 Greece 6 Semi finals 1st-4th place 20th August Italy 8 Netherlands 7 Russia 11 Spain 6 Cont... 65

67 Semi finals 5th-8th place 20th August Hungary 13 France 2 Germany 10 Greece 9 Final 1st-2nd place 22nd August Italy 6 Russia 5 Bronze medal game 22nd August Netherlands 10 Spain 5 5th-6th place 21st August Hungary 10 Germany 5 7th-8th place 21st August Greece 9 France 6 Team 1 Italy 2 Russia 3 Netherlands 4 Spain 5 Hungary 6 Germany 7 Greece 8 France 9 Yugoslavia 10 Great Britain 11 Czech Republic 12 Portugal 9th-10th place 19th August Yugoslavia 5 Great Britain 4 11th-12th place 19th August Czech Republic 9 Portungal 8 WINNING TEAM ITALY Francesca Conti, Martina Miceli, Carmela Allucci, Stefania Lariucci, Milena Virzi, Monica Vaillant, Antonella Di Giacinto, Cristina Consoli, Giusi Malato, Alexandra Araujo, Maddalena Musumeci, Melania Grego, Daniela Lavorini, Cinzia Ragusa, Silvia Moriconi Tania di Mario (Italy), 29 years, won a gold medal in the 2003 European Women s Championships in Ljubljana and competed in Malaga in (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 66

68 Prato Preliminary Rounds 4th September Spain 7 Germany 6 Hungary 11 Russia 10 5th September Russia 16 Spain 7 Hungary 16 Germany 10 6th September Russia 8 Germany 4 Hungary 10 Spain 4 1 Hungary : Russia : Spain : Germany :31 0 w o m E N 4th September Greece 13 France 5 Italy 6 Netherlands 6 5th September Italy 19 France 3 Netherlands 10 Greece 5 6th September Netherlands 27 France 3 Italy 7 Greece 5 1 Netherlands : Italy : Greece : France :59 0 Quarter finals 8th September Italy 8 Spain 2 Russia 6 Greece 3 Semi finals 9th September Italy 6 Hungary 5 Netherlands 8 Russia 7 Final 1st-2nd place 10th September Italy 10 Netherlands 9 Bronze medal game 10th September Russia 7 Hungary 5 5th-6th place 9th September Greece 10 Spain 4 7th-8th place 8th September Germany 12 France 6 Team 1 Italy 2 Netherlands 3 Russia 4 Hungary 5 Greece 6 Spain 7 Germany 8 France WINNING TEAM ITALY Francesca Conti, Martina Miceli, Carmela Allucci, Tania Truden Baianova, Gabriella Sciolti, Monica Vaillant, Tania Di Mario, Cristina Consoli, Giusi Malato, Alexandra Araujo, Maddalena Musumeci, Melania Grego, Silvia Bosurgi, Martina Schiavon, Silvia Moriconi 67

69 Budapest Preliminary Rounds 16th June Italy 9 Germany 7 Russia 7 Greece 6 17th June Russia 14 Germany 5 Italy 5 Greece 6 18th June Greece 8 Germany 7 Italy 7 Russia 6 1 Italy : Russia : Greece : Germany : th June Netherlands 10 France 2 Hungary 14 Spain 4 17th June Spain 9 France 5 Netherlands 12 Hungary 12 18th June Netherlands 7 Spain 6 Hungary 12 France 3 1 Hungary : Netherlands : Spain : France :31 0 Quarter finals 19th June Russia 11 Spain 5 Greece 7 Netherlands 5 Semi finals 21st June Italy 7 Greece 1 Hungary 7 Russia 6 Final 1st-2nd place 23rd June Hungary 10 Italy 5 Bronze medal game 23rd June Russia 8 Greece 5 5th-6th place 21st June Netherlands 10 Spain 9 7th-8th place 19th June Germany 7 France 6 Team 1 Hungary 2 Italy 3 Russia 4 Greece 5 Netherlands 6 Spain 7 Germany 8 France WINNING TEAM HUNGARY Ildiko Sos, Zsuzsanna Tiba, Edit Sipos, Katalin Kisne Dancsa, Mercedesz Steiber, Kata Redei, Rita Dravucz, Erzsebet Valkay, Krisztina Szremko, Aniko Pelle, Agnes Valkay, Agnes Primasz, Andrea Toth, Anett Gyore, Brigitta Szep 68

70 Ljubljana Preliminary Rounds 7th June Russia 11 Germany 9 Italy 7 Greece 5 8th June Greece 7 Germany 4 Italy 14 Russia 10 9th June Russia 9 Greece 4 Germany 9 Italy 12 1 Italy : Russia : Greece : Germany :30 0 w o m E N 7th June Hungary 10 Netherlands 9 Slovenia 1 Spain 22 8th June Slovenia 1 Hungary 27 Spain 6 Netherlands 10 9th June Netherlands 24 Slovenia 1 Hungary 8 Spain 4 1 Hungary : Netherlands : Spain : Slovenia 3 3 3:73 0 Quarter finals 10th June Netherlands 6 Greece 5 Russia 12 Spain 10 Semi finals 12th June Hungary 7 Russia 6 Italy 7 Netherlands 5 Final 1st-2nd place 14th June Italy 6 Hungary 5 Bronze medal game 14th June Russia 7 Netherlands 6 5th-6th place 12th June Spain 5 Greece 6 7th-8th place 10th June Germany 21 Slovenia 1 Team 1 Italy 2 Hungary 3 Russia 4 Netherlands 5 Greece 6 Spain 7 Germany 8 Slovenia WINNING TEAM ITALY Francesca Conti, Martina Miceli, Carmela Allucci, Silvia Bosurgi, Gabriella Sciolti, Manuela Zanchi, Tania Di Mario, Cinzia Ragusa, Giusy Letizia Malato, Alexandra Araujo, Maddalena Musumeci, Melania Grego, Noemi Toth, Daniela Lavorini, Erika Lava 69

71 Belgrade Preliminary Rounds 2nd September Serbia 4 Spain 17 Netherlands 6 Hungary 11 3rd September Serbia 6 Netherlands 16 Spain 8 Hungary 8 4th September Netherlands 11 Spain 12 Serbia 4 Hungary 22 1 Hungary : Spain : Netherlands : Serbia :55 0 2nd September Russia 15 Greece 6 Italy 17 Germany 8 3rd September Greece 13 Germany 9 Russia 12 Italy 14 4th September Germany 11 Russia 18 Italy 8 Greece 7 1 Italy : Russia : Greece : Germany :48 0 Quarter finals 6th September Russia 17 Netherlands 11 Spain 10 Greece 9 Semi finals 7th September Italy 15 Spain 10 Russia 12 Hungary 11 Final 1st-2nd place 9th September Russia 12 Italy 10 Bronze medal game 9th September Hungary 12 Spain 11 5th-6th place 7th September Greece 11 Netherlands 12 7th-8th place 6th September Serbia 6 Germany 15 Team 1 Russia 2 Italy 3 Hungary 4 Spain 5 Netherlands 6 Greece 7 Germany 8 Serbia WINNING TEAM RUSSIA Olga Fomicheva, Yulia Gaufler, Nadezda Glyzina, Ebgeniya Ivanova, Sofia Konoukh, Ekaterina Kuzbetsova, Ekaterina Pantyulina,, Evgenia Protsenko, Natalya Ryzhova-Alenicheva, Natalya Shepelina, Elena Smurova, Ekaterina Tankeyeva, Aleksandra Vorobeva, Alena Vylegzhanina, Anastasia Zubkova 70

72 Malaga Preliminary Rounds 5th July Spain 10 Russia 9 Netherlands 9 Germany 6 6th July Netherlands 10 Spain 10 Germany 9 Russia 16 7th July Netherlands 7 Russia 8 Spain 13 Germany 7 1 Spain : Russia : Netherlands : Germany :38 0 w o m E N 5th July Italy 4 Hungary 4 Greece 15 France 2 6th July Italy 10 Greece 9 Hungary 10 France 5 7th July France 3 Italy 18 Greece 7 Hungary 7 1 Italy : Greece : Hungary : France :43 0 Quarter finals 8th July Russia 9 Greece 7 Netherlands 7 Hungary 9 Semi finals 10th July Hungary 7 Spain 8 Russia 8 Italy 5 Final 1st-2nd place 12th July Spain 8 Russia 9 Bronze medal game 12th July Hungary 9 Italy 6 Team 1 Russia 2 Spain 3 Hungary 4 Italy 5 Netherlands 6 Greece 7 Germany 8 France 5th-6th place 10th July Greece 10 Netherlands 11 7th-8th place 8th July Germany 8 France 6 WINNING TEAM RUSSIA Valentina Vorontsova, Natalia Shepelina, Ekaterina Prokofyeva, Sofia Konoukh, Alena Vylegzhanina, Nadezda Glyzina, Ekaterina Pantyulina, Evenia Soboleva, Oleksandra Karpovich, Olga Belyaeva, Elena Smurova, Olga Turova, Evgenia Protsenko Defensive action during the 2008 European Women s Championships in Malaga (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 71

73 European Water Polo CHAMPIONSHIPS Women s Top scorers 7.1 The Top Goalscorers at each Championship 1985 Oslo Patricia Libregts Netherlands 28 goals 1987 Strasbourg Patricia Libregts Netherlands 22 goals 1989 Bonn Andrea Eke Hungary 20 goals 1991 Athens Alice Lindhout Netherlands 22 goals 1993 Leeds Alice Lindhout Netherlands 31 goals 1995 Vienna Laure Gauthreau France 29 goals 1997 Seville Giusi Malato Italy 26 goals 1999 Prato Karin Kuipers Netherlands 14 goals Giusi Malato Italy 14 goals Krisztina Szremko Hungary 14 goals 2001 Budapest Danielle De Bruijn Netherlands 13 goals 2003 Ljubljana Danielle De Bruijn Netherlands 15 goals 2006 Belgrade Ekaterina Pantyulina Russia 18 goals 2008 Malaga Ekaterina Pantyulina Russia 16 goals 72

74 European Water Polo CHAMPIONSHIPS Women s Medal table w o m E N Hungary versus France in the 2008 European Women s Championships in Malaga(Photo: Giorgio Scala) 8.1 Women s Medal Table Country Gold Silver Bronze Total NED ITA HUN RUS ESP 1 1 FRA 2 2 FRG

75 European Water Polo CHAMPIONSHIPS Women s Referees 9.1 Officiating Referees Name Total Abrahamson NOR 5 5 Adzic MNE 2 2 Afanasiev URS, RUS Aglialoro ITA Andersen DEN 2 2 Bajanaru ROM 3 3 Barradas POR 4 4 Bathurst GBR Belevtsov UKR Bender GER 1 1 Bervoets NED 3 3 Bianchi ITA 4 4 Bock GER 2 2 Bohat SVK Bonnay FRA 3 3 Bookelman NED Borner GER 5 5 Borrell ESP Brala CRO 2 2 Bras NED Brguljan MNE Cabello ESP 2 2 Cachia V. MLT 1 1 Caputi ITA 3 3 Chirculete ROM 5 5 Chirunas URS 2 2 Chmielewski POL Cillero ESP Ciric SRB 2 2 Clara ITA Clemencon FRA 3 3 Crombags BEL 6 6 Csaszar HUN Dahler FRG 1 1 Dalli MLT 2 2 Dani ITA 2 2 Decoyere FRA 4 4 Demey FRA 1 1 Donato ESP

76 Name Total Donnici ESP 2 2 Drobnjak YUG Elder GBR 1 1 Eleftheriadis GRE Esaian URS 2 2 Eveleigh GBR 2 2 w o m E N Fekete HUN Fernandez ESP Fjarrstad T. SWE Frey SUI 1 1 Galkin RUS Geli ESP Gombosh ISR 3 3 Gordon GBR 5 5 Gorinov BUL 4 4 Grandin FRA 3 3 Grilli ITA 2 2 Grosso ITA 2 2 Hammarstrom SWE Hantal TUR Hargreaves GBR 2 2 Hassekioglou GRE Hausche GER Iliadis GRE Indrelid NOR Jakerson TCH Janev BUL Jarochowski POL 2 2 Kiss HUN Kiszelly HUN Klaric YUG, CRO Klopper NED Koganov AZE Koryzna POL Kossov RUS 4 4 Kosztolanczy HUN Kratochvil SVK Kun HUN 1 1 Lalov BUL Lehn GER Levin ISR Ludecke FRG, GER Cont... 75

77 Name Total Maggio ITA 2 2 Margeta SLO Matache ROU 4 4 Merola ITA 1 1 Moliner ESP Monay SUI 2 2 Naumov RUS 1 1 Nielsen DEN Njegovan SRB 2 2 Paggi ITA 1 1 Panagakos GRE Papazian FRA Petronilli ITA Petrovic YUG 2 2 Picchetto ITA 1 1 Pollmann GER 1 1 Prelovsky TCH 1 1 Prikhodko URS Racine SUI Radjenovic YUG Raiton FRA 2 2 Rajevic YUG 2 2 Rakovec SLO Ranz FRG 5 5 Reemnet NED Rezek CZE Rohbeck GER 2 2 Rosmann AUT Rotunno ITA 1 1 Sadekov RUS 1 1 Salino ITA 2 2 Sapara GER 4 4 Schmuck TCH 1 1 Schmudermeyer AUT Schwartz ISR 2 2 Selzsam FRG 1 1 Simion ROU 3 3 Simons BEL Skaal SWE 3 3 Soumelidis GRE Spiegel GER Stajkovic MKD 1 1 Stavridis GRE Stavropoulos GRE

78 Teule Name ESP Total 2 Teule ESP 2 2 Thepaut FRA Thibou BEL 1 1 Timoc ROM Tomic CRO 2 2 Toygarli TUR Troitsky URS, RUS Tulga TUR w o m E N Ucansu TUR 2 2 Van De Laak NED Van De Vreken BEL 1 1 Van Dorp NED 1 1 Van Hems FRA Van Zenderen NED 1 1 Vassiliou GRE 2 2 Vuletic CRO Wenghenroth-Martinelli SUI 5 5 Rita Dravucz (Hungary) waits for a pass in the match against France in the 2008 European Women s Championships in Malaga. Hungary won the game 10-5 (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 77

79 European Water Polo club competitions - Women s Russia v Greece on day 5 of the 2008 European Women s Championships in Malaga. Russia won 9-7 (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 10.1 Women s European Club Competitions Year European Super Cup LEN Trophy Gifa Palermo Skif Moscow Gifa Palermo Naftikos Omilos Vouliagmenis Circolo Canottieri Ortigia Circolo Canottieri Ortigia Domino Polo Budapest Domino Polo Budapest Fiorentina ASD Roma Orizzonte Catania Ecofim Roma Vouilagmeni Nautical Club Sportscar Sturm 2002 Chekhov Ethnikos Piraeus 78

80 10.2 Women s Champions Cup Year Club Country Donk Gouda Netherlands Donk Gouda Netherlands Nereus Zaandam Netherlands Donk Diana Gouda Netherlands Branderburg Netherlands Hungerit Szentes Hungary Orizzonte Catania Italy Nereus Zaandam Netherlands Nereus Zaandam Netherlands Skif Moscow Russia Orizzonte Catania Italy Skif Moscow Russia ANO Glyfada Greece Orizzonte Catania Italy Orizzonte Catania Italy ANO Glyfada Greece Orizzonte Catania Italy Orizzonte Catania Italy Orizzonte Catania Italy Fiorentina Italy Orizzonte Catania Italy Vouilagmeni Nautical Club Sportscar Greece Vouilagmeni Nautical Club Sportscar Greece w o m E N Federica Rocco (Italy) battles to control the ball in the 2008 European Women s Championships in Malaga (Photo: Giorgio Scala) 79

81 World And European Water Polo CHAMPIONS 11.1 Men s World Championships Year Venue Gold Silver Bronze 1973 Belgrade, Yugoslavia Hungary USSR Yugoslavia 1975 Cali, Columbia USSR Hungary Italy 1978 Berlin, Germany Italy Hungary Yugoslavia 1982 Guayaquil, Ecuador USSR Hungary Germany 1986 Madrid, Spain Yugoslavia Italy USSR 1991 Perth, Australia Yugoslavia Spain Hungary 1994 Rome, Italy Italy Spain Russia 1998 Perth, Australia Spain Hungary FR Yugoslavia 2001 Fukuoka, Japan Spain FR Yugoslavia Russia 2003 Barcelona, Spain Hungary Italy Serbia and Montenegro 2005 Montreal, Canada Serbia and Montenegro Hungary Greece 2007 Melbourne, Australia Croatia Hungary Spain 2009 Rome, Italy Serbia Spain Croatia Country Gold Silver Bronze Yugoslavia/Serbia-Montenegro Hungary Spain Italy USSR/Russia Croatia Greece Germany Women s World Championships Year Venue Gold Silver Bronze 1986 Madrid, Spain Australia Netherlands United States 1991 Perth, Australia Netherlands Canada United States 1994 Rome, Italy Hungary Netherlands Italy 1998 Perth, Australia Italy Netherlands Australia 2001 Fukuoka, Japan Italy Hungary Canada 2003 Barcelona, Spain United States Italy Russia 2005 Montreal, Canada Hungary United States Canada 2007 Melbourne, Australia United States Australia Russia 2009 Rome, Italy USA Canada Russia 80

82 Country Gold Silver Bronze United States Italy Hungary Netherlands Australia Canada Russia m i s c 11.3 FINA World Water Polo Cup - Men Year Venue Gold Silver Bronze 1979 Belgrade, Yugoslavia Hungary United States Yugoslavia 1981 Long Beach, California USSR Yugoslavia Cuba 1983 Malibu, California USSR F.R.Germany Italy 1985 Duisberg, Germany F.R.Germany United States Spain 1987 Thessalonika, Greece Yugoslavia USSR F.R.Germany 1989 Berlin, Germany Yugoslavia Italy Hungary 1991 Barcelona, Soain United States Yugoslavia Spain 1993 Athens, Greece Italy Hungary Australia 1995 Atlanta, Georgia Hungary Italy Russia 1997 Athens, Greece United States Greece Hungary 1999 Sydney, Australia Hungary Italy Spain 2002 Belgrade, Serbia Russia Hungary FR Yugoslavia 2006 Budapest, Hungary Serbia & Montenegro Hungary Spain Country Gold Silver Bronze Hungary Serbia/Yugoslavia USSR/Russia USA Italy West Germany Greece Spain Australia Cuba

83 11.4 FINA World Water Polo Cup - Women Year Venue Gold Silver Bronze 1979 Mercedes, California United States Netherlands Australia 1980 Breda, Netherlands Netherlands United States Canada 1981 Brisbane, Australia Canada Netherlands Australia 1983 Sainte-Foy, Quebec Netherlands United States Australia 1984 Irvine, California Australia United States Netherlands 1988 Christchurch, New Zealand Netherlands Hungary Canada 1989 Eindhoven, Netherlands Netherlands United States Hungary 1991 Long Beach, California Netherlands Australia United States 1993 Catania, Italy Netherlands Italy Hungary 1995 Sydney, Australia Australia Netherlands Hungary 1997 Nancy, France Netherlands Russia Australia 1999 Winnipeg, Canada Netherlands Australia Italy 2002 Perth, Australia Hungary United States Canada 2006 Tianjin, China Australia Italy Russia Country Gold Silver Bronze Netherlands Australia USA Hungary Canada Italy Russia FINA World Water Polo League - Men Year Venue Gold Silver Bronze 2002 Patras, Greece Russia Spain Hungary 2003 New York, USA Hungary Italy United States 2004 Long Beach, California, USA Hungary Serbia & Montenegro Greece 2005 Belgrade, Serbia Serbia & Montenegro Hungary Germany 2006 Athens, Greece Serbia & Montenegro Spain Greece 2007 Berlin, Germany Serbia Hungary Australia 2008 Genoa, Italy Serbia United States Australia 2009 Podgorica, Montenegro Montenegro Croatia Serbia 82

84 Country Gold Silver Bronze Serbia Hungary Montenegro Russia Spain United States Croatia Italy Australia Greece Germany m i s c 11.6 FINA World Water Polo League- Women Year Venue Gold Silver Bronze 2004 Long Beach, California United States Hungary Italy 2005 Kirishi, Russia Greece Russia Australia 2006 Athens, Greece United States Italy Russia 2007 Montreal, Canada United States Australia Greece 2008 Santa Cruiz, Spain Russia United States Australia 2009 Kirishi, Russia United States Canada Australia Country Gold Silver Bronze United States Russia Greece Australia Italy Canada Hungary

85 Olympic Water Polo Results Paris W L F A 1 GBR Osborne Swimming Club, Manchester BEL Swimming & Water Polo Club, Brussels FRA Libellule de Paris FRA Pupilles de Neptune de Lilie Final: GBR 7 2 BEL 1. GBR Arthur Robertson, Thomas Coe, Eric Robinson, Peter Kemp, George Wilkinson, John Henry Derbyshire, William Lister, William Henry, Robert Cranshaw, John Jarvis, F Stapleton, Victor Lindberg 2. BEL Albert Michant, Fernand Fayaerts, Henri Cohen, Victor de Behr, Oscar Grégoire, Victor Sonnemans, Jean de Backer, Guillaume Séron, Georges Romas, A R Upton 3. FRA Henri Peslier, Thomas Burgess, Alphonse Decuyper, Pesloy, Paul Vasseur, Jules Clévenot, Louis Laufray St Louis 1. USA (New York Athletic Club) David Bratton, George Van Cleaf, Leo Goodwin, Louis Handley, David Hesser, Joseph Ruddy, James Steen 2. USA (Chicago Athletic Association) Rex Beach, Jerome Steever, Edwin Paul Swatek, Charles Healy, Frank Kehoe, David Hammond, William Tuttle 3. USA (Missouri Athletic Association) John Meyers, Manfred Toeppen, Gwynne Evans, Amedee Reyburn, Fred Schreiner, Augustus Goessling, William Orthwein 84

86 London W L F A 1 GBR BEL SWE NED m i s c Final: GBR 9 2 BEL 1. GBR Charles Smith, George Nevinson, George Cornet, Thomas Thould, George Wilkinson, Paul Radmilovic, Charles Forsyth 2. BEL Albert Michant, Herman Meyboom, Victor Boin, Joseph Pietincx, Fernand Feyaerts, Oscar Grégoire, Herman Donners 3. SWE Torsten Kumfeldt, Axel Runström, Harald Julin, Pontus Hansen, Gunnar Wennerström, Robert Andersson, Erik Bengvall Stockholm W L F A 1 GBR SWE BEL AUT HUN FRA Final: GBR 8 0 AUT 1. GBR Charles Smith, George Cornet, Charles Bugbee, Arthur Hill, George Wilkinson, Paul Radmilovic, Isaac Bentham 2. SWE Torsten Kumfeldt, Harald Julin, Max Gumpel, Pontus Hanson, Wilhelm Andersson, Robert Andersson, Erik Bergqvist 3. BEL Albert Durant, Herman Donners, Victor Boin, Joseph Pletinckx, Oscar Grégoire, Herman Meyboom, Félicien Courbet, Jean Hoffman, Pierre Nijs 85

87 Antwerp W L F A 1 GBR & GBR/IRL BEL SWE USA Final: GBR 3 2 BEL 1. GBR & GBR/IRL Charles Smith, Noel Purcell, Christopher Jones, Charles Bugbee, William Dean, Paul Radmilovic, William Peacock 2. BEL Albert Durant, Paul Gailly, Pierre Nijs, Joseph Pletinckx, Maurice Blitz, René Bauwens, Gérard Blitz, Pierre de Win 3. SWE Theodor Nauman, Pontus Hansson, Max Gumpel, Torsten Kumfeldt, Viihelm Anderson, Nils Backlund, Robert Andersson, Erik Andersson, Harald Julin, Enik Bergqvist Paris W L F A 1 FRA BEL USA SWE HUN CZE NED Final: FRA 3 0 BEL 1. FRA Paul Dujardin, Noël Delberghe, Georges Rigal, Henri Padou, Robert Desmettre, Albert Mayaud, Albert Delborgies 2. BEL Albert Durant, Joseph Pietincx, Pierre Dewin, Gerard Blitz, Joseph Cludts, Georges Fleurix, Paul Gailly, Jules Thiry, Pierre Vermetten, Joseph de Combe, Maurice Blitz 3. USA Frederick Lauer, Oliver Horn, George Mitchell, George Schroth, Herbert Vollmer, P Johnny Weissmuller, Arthur Austin, John Norton, J Wallace O Connor 86

88 Amsterdam W L F A 1 GER HUN FRA GBR BEL NED m i s c Final: GER 5 2 HUN (extra time) 1. GER Erich Rademacher, Otto Cordes, Emil Benecke, Fritz Gunst, Joachim Rademacher, Karl Bähre, Max Amann, Johannes Blank 2. HUN István Barta, Sánder Ivády, Alajos Keserü, Márten Homonnai, Ferenc Keserü, József Vértesy, Olivér Halassy 3. FRA Paul Dujardin, Jules Keignaert, Henri Padou, Emile Bulteel, Achille Tribouillet, Henri Cuvelier, Albert Vandeplancke, Ernest Rogez, Albert Thévenon Los Angeles W L D F A 1 HUN GER USA JPN Final: Played on a league basis with Hungary beating Germany 6-2 to win title 1. HUN György Bródy, Sándor Ivády, Márton Homonnai, Olivér Halassy, József Vértesy, Janös Németh, Ferenc Keserü, Alajos Keserü, István Barta, Miklós Sárkány 2. GER Erich Rademacher, Otto Cordes, Emil Benecke, Fritz Gunst, Joachim Rademacher, Heiko Schwartz, Hans Schulze, Hans Eckstein 3. USA Herbert Wildman, F Calvert Strong, Charles Finn, C Harold McAllister, Philip Daubenspeck, Austin Clapp, Wallace O Connor 87

89 Berlin W L D F A 1 HUN GER BEL FRA NED AUT SWE GBR Final: Championship decided on round robin basis with HUN and GER on 5 points, Hungary winning on goal difference 1. HUN György Bródy, Kálmán Hazai, Márten Homonnai, Olivér Halassy, Jenö Brandi, Janös Németh, Mihály Bozsi, György Kutasi, Miklós Sárkány, Sándor Tarics, István Molnár 2. GER Paul Klingenburg, Bernhard Baier, Gustav Schürger, Fritz Gunst, Josef Hauser, Hans Schneider, Hans Schulze, Fritz Stolze, Heinrich Krug, Alfred Kienzle, Helmuth Schwenn 3. BEL Henri Disy, Joseph de Combe, Henri Stoelen, Fernand Isselé, Albert Castelyns, Gérard Blitz, Pierre Coppieters, Henri de Pauw, Edmond Michiels London W L D F A 1 ITA HUN NED BEL SWE FRA EGY ESP Final: Championship decided on round robin basis with ITA defeating Hungary ITA Pasquale Buonocore, Emilio Bulgarelli, Cesare Rubini, Geminio Ognio, Ermenegildo Arena, Aldo Ghira, Gianfranco Pandolfini, Mario Maioni, Tullio Pandolfini 2. HUN Endre Györffi, Miklós Holop, Dezsö Gyarmati, Károly Szittya, Oszkár Csuvik, István Szivós, Dezsö Lemhényi, László Jeney, Deszö Fábián, Jenö Brandi 3. NED Johannes Rohner, Cornelis Korevaar, Cornelius Braasem, Hans Stam, Albert Ruimschotel, Rudolph van Feggelen, Fritz Smol, Pieter Salomons, Hendrikus Keetelaar 88

90 Helsinki W L D F A 1 HUN YUG ITA USA NED BEL URS ESP m i s c Final: Championship decided on round robin basis with HUN winning on goal difference after drawing 2-2 with Yugoslavia 1. HUN László Jeney, György Vizvári, Dezsö Gyarmati, Kálmán Markovits, Antal Bolváni, István Szivós, György Kárpáti, Róbert Antal, Dezsö Fábián, Károly Szittya, Dezsö Lemhényi, István Hasznos, Miklós Martin 2. YUG Zdravko Kovacic, Velijko Bakašun, Ivo Štakula, Ivo Kurtini, Boško Vuksanovic, Zdravko Ježic, Lovro Radonjic, Marko Brainovic, Vlado Ivkovic 3. ITA Raffaello Gambino, Vincenzo Polito, Cesare Rubini, Carlo Peretti, Ermenegildo Arena, Maurizio Mannelli, Renato De Sanzuane, Renato Traiolo, Geminio Ognio, Salvatore Gionta, Lucio Ceccarini Melbourne W L D F A 1 HUN YUG URS ITA USA GER GBR ROM Final: Championship decided on round robin basis with HUN winning after defeating YUG HUN Ottó Boros, István Hevesi, Dezsö Gyarmati, Kálmán Markovits, Antal Bolvári, Mihály Mayer, György Kárpáti, László Jeney, István Szivós, Tivadar Kanizsa, Ervin Zádor 2. YUG Zdravko Kovacic, Ivo Cipci, Hrvoje Kacic, Marjan Žurej, Zdravko Ježic, Lovro Radonjic, Tomislav Franjkovic, Vladimir Ivkovic 3. URS Boris Goikhman, Viktor Ageyev, Yuri Schlyapin, Vyacheslav Kurennoi, Pyotr Breus, Pyotr Mshvenieradze, Nodar Gvakharia, Mikhail Ryzhak, Valentin Prokopov, Boris Markarov 89

91 Rome W L D F A 1 ITA URS HUN YUG ROM GER USA NED Final: Championship decided on round robin basis with ITA winning after defeating URS 2-0 in the semi finals round 1 (they therefore did not meet URS in the final group round robin) 1. ITA Dante Rossi, Giuseppe D Aitrui, Eraldo Pizzo, Gianni Lonzi, Franco Lavoratori, Rosario Parmegiani, Danio Bardi, Brunella Spinelli, Salvatore Gionta, Amadeo Ambron, Giancarlo Guerrini 2. URS Leri Gogoladze, Givi Chikvanaya, Vyacheslav Kurennoi, Anatoly Kartashov, Yuri Grigorovshy, Pyotr Mshvenieradze, Vladimir Semyonov, Boris Goikhman, Yevgeny Salzyn, Viktor Ageyev, Vladimir Novikov 3. HUN Ottó Boros, István Hevesi, Mihály Mayer, Dezsö Gyarmati, Tivadar Konizsa, Zoltán Dömötör, László Felkai, László Jeney, András Katona, Kálmán Markovits, Péter Rusorán, György Kárpáti, János Konrád, András Bodnár Tokyo W L D F A 1 HUN YUG URS ITA ROM GDR BEL NED Final Championship decided on round robin basis with HUN drawing 4-4 with YUG but winning on the basis of a better goal difference in the final 3 matches in the final group 1. HUN Miklos Ambrus, László Felkai, János Konrád, Zoltán Dömötör, Tivadan Kanizsa, Péter Rusorán, György Kárpáti, Ottó Boros, Mihály Mayer, Dénes Pócsik, András Bodnár, Dezsö Gyarmati 2. YUG Milan Muškatirovic, Ivo Trumbic, Vinka Rosic, Zlatko Šimenc, Božidar Stanišic, Ante Nardeli, Zoran Jankovic, Mirko Sandic, Ozren Bonacic, Frane Nonkovic, Kanlo Stipanic 3. URS Igor Grabovsky, Vladimir Kuznetsov, Boris Grishin, Boris Popov, Nikolai Kaleshnikov, Zenon Bortkevich, Nikolai Kuznetsov, Viktor Ageyev, Leonid Osipov, Vladimir Semyonov, Eduard Yegorov 90

92 Mexico City W L D F A 1 YUG URS HUN ITA USA GDR NED CUB Final: YUG defeated URS to win the gold medal in the final m i s c 1. YUG Karlo Stipanic, Ivo Trumbic, Ozren Bonacic, Uroš Marovic, Ronald Lapatny, Zoran Jankovic, Miroslav Poljak, Dejan Dabovic, Djordje Perišic, Mirko Sandic, Zdravko Hebel 2. URS Vadim Gulyayev, Givi Chikvanaya, Boris Grishin, Aleksandr Dolgushin, Oleksei Barkalov, Yuri Grigorovsky, Vladimir Semyonov, Aleksandr Shidiovsky, Vyacheslav Skok, Leonid Osipov, Oleg Bovin 3. HUN Endre Molnár, Mihály Mayer, Istvan Szivós, János Konrád, László Felkai, Ferenc Konrád, Dénes Pócsik, Andrós Bodnár, Zoltán Dömötör, János Steinmetz Munich W L D F A 1 URS HUN USA GER YUG ITA NED ROM Final: URS beat HUN on goal difference in the final round robin group after drawing 3-3 with one another 1. URS Vadim Gulyayev, Anatoly Akimov, Aleksandr Dreval, Aleksandr Dolgushin, Vladimir Shmudsky, Aleksandr Kabanov, Oleksei Barkalov, Aleksandr Shidlovsky, Nikolai Meinikov, Leonid Osipov, Vyacheslav Sobchenko 2. HUN Endre Molnár, Andras Bodnár, István Görgényi, Zoltán Kásás, Tamás Faragó, Lászlo Sárosi, Istvan Szivós, István Magas, Dénes Pócsik, Ferenc Konrád, Tibor Cservenyák 3. USA James Slatton, Stanley Cole, Russell Webb, Barry Weitzenberg, Gary Sheerer, Bruce Bradley, Peter Asch, James Ferguson, Steven Barnett, John Parker, Eric Lindroth 91

93 Montreal W L D F A 1 HUN ITA NED ROM YUG GER CUB URS Final: HUN finished with 9 points ahead of ITA, 6 points in the final round robin group after defeating ITA 6-5 in the group 1. HUN Endre Molnár, Tamás Faragó, Lászlo Sárosi, Istvan Szivós Jr., Ferenc Konrád, Tibor Cservenyák, György Horkai, Gábor Csapó, Attila Sudár, György Kenéz, György Gerendás 2. ITA Alberto Alberani, Roldano Simeoni, Allessandro Ghibellini, Gianni De Magistris, Silvio Baracchini, Sante Marsili, Marcello Del Duca, Luigi Castagnola, Ricardo De Magistris, Vincenzo D Angelo, Umberto Panerai 3. NED Evert Kroon, Jan Evert Veer, Ton Buunk, Gyze Stroboer, Nicolaas Landeweerd, Hans van Zeeland, Piet de Zwarte, Hans Smits, Rik Toonen, Andy Hoepelman, Alex Boegschoten Moscow W L D F A 1 URS YUG HUN ESP CUB NED AUS ITA Final: URS finished with 10 points ahead of YUG, 7 points in the final round robin group after defeating YUG, 8-7, in the group 1. URS Aleksandr Kabanov, Oleksei Barkalov, Sergei Kotenko, Georgy Mshvenieradze, Yevgeny Sharonov, Vladimir Akimov, Yevgeny Grishin, Mait Riisman, Erkin Shagayev, Mikhail Ivanov, Vyacheslav Sobchenko 2. YUG Predrag Manojlovic, Damir Polic, Boško Lozica, Luka Vezilic, Zoran Gopcevic, Ratko Rudic, Zoran Mustur, Zoran Roje, Milivoj Bebic, Slobodan Trifunovic, Milorad Krivokapic 3. HUN Andre Molnár, Tamás Faragó, Istvan Szivós Jr., György Horkai, Gábor Csapó, Attila Sudár, György Gerendás, István Kiss, István Udvardi, László Kuncz, Karoly Hauszler 92

94 m i s c David Martin (Spain) shoots in the match between Spain and Montenegro in the 2008 European Men s Championships in Malaga. Montenegro won 8-7 (Photo: Giorgio Scala) Los Angeles W L D F A 1 YUG USA GER ESP AUS NED ITA GRE Final: YUG finished ahead of USA in the final round robin group 1. YUG Milorad Krivokapic, Deni Lušic, Zoran Petrovic, Božo Vuletic, Veselin Djuho, Zoran Roje, Milivoj Bebic, Perica Bukic, Goran Sukno, Tomislav Paskvalin, Igor Milanovic, Dragan Andric 2. USA Craig Wilson, Kevin Robertson, Gary Figueroa, Peter Campbell, Douglas Burke, Joseph Vargas, Jon Svendsen, John Siman, Andrew McDonald, Terry Schroeder, Jody Campbell, Timothy Shaw 3. GER Peter Röhle, Thomas Loebb, Frank Otto, Rainer Hoppe, Armando Fernandez, Thomas Huber, Jürgen Schröder, Rainer Osselmann, Hagen Stamm, Roland Freund, Dirk Theismann, Santiago Chalmovsky, Werner Obschernikat 93

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