Each week between now and the beginning of the 2012 Olympic Games, AWPI's Road to London series will profile a member of the Aussie Stingers or Aussie Sharks team. This is your chance to get to know the stars of the show a little better.
The women’s Institute Challenge begins on Sunday November 27 as leading players from across Australia converge on the AIS in Canberra to determine the best water polo state in the country. photo Australian Waterpolo
Each week between now and the beginning of the 2012 Olympic Games, AWPI's Road to London series will profile a member of the Aussie Stingers or Aussie Sharks team. This is your chance to get to know the stars of the show a little better. photo Australian Waterpolo.
Australia has continued their quest for FINA World Junior Championships dominance with a hard fought victory over the Hungarian Junior women’s team in their first match of the series in Hungary. photo Australian Waterpolo
The final women´s waterpolo final game of the 14th FINA World Championships 2011 at Shanghai, China will be a historical one in any case as two teams without any World Championships medal so far are battling for the title.
The Aussie Stingers have trounced 2008 Olympic champions the Netherlands 12-7 in their women’s water polo World Championships classification match in Shanghai. Kate Gynther in action (image by McKinnon Media)
The most unusual semi-final day in the women´s waterpolo history of FINA World Championships is held today at Shanghai, China. Here three European nations are challenged today by home team China as the first Asian representative in the top four.
The medal and ranking matches of the 14th FINA World Championships at Shanghai, China started with 27 goals in the Central Asia clash when two-time Olympic Games participant Kazakhstan beat Uzbekistan by one goal, 14-13. Today´s results are as follows:
On game day 2 of the women´s waterpolo tournament of the 14th FINA World Championships at Shanghai, China the team of 2009 silver medallist Canada took one of the highest victories so far, beating Uzbekistan 22-6.
The Australian women’s University water polo team is finalising preparations ahead of next month’s World University Games in Shenzen, China with a six game series against compatriots the Australian Junior women’s squad in Perth.
A stunning six goal second quarter has propelled the Australian Stingers women's water polo team to a 9-7 victory over China in the last game of the FINA World League preliminary round at the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre.
Australia has qualified both its teams for the FINA World League Super Finals following third-night action in the second leg of the Asia-Oceania FINA World League water polo event at Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre.