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Men's water polo European squad tour announced

5 June 2017

Water polo: As the count down to the FINA World Championships heats up the Aussie Sharks are ready to embark on their European Tour in the build up to Budapest 2017.

The team will head to camp in Dubrovnik ahead of training camp and Test Series with Serbia in Krajuvec.

After winning the FINA World League Intercontinental Tournament on the Gold Coast the Aussie Sharks secured their spot at the FINA World League Final in Ruza, Russia from 18-26 June, where they will come up against Russia, Croatia and Japan in the preliminary rounds.

Following the World League Final they head to Italy where they will train and take part in a six nation tournament ‘Citta di Siracusa’ in Sicily which will feature sides from Croatia, Greece, Italy, Russia and USA.

The FINA World Championships will kick off in Budapest on 17 July 2017, with Australia drawing home side Hungary as well as France and Italy in the preliminary rounds.

The Aussie Sharks squad for the European Tour:

Nic Brooks
Lachlan Edwards
George Ford
Andrew Ford
Jarrod Gilchrist
Lachlan Hollis
Anthony Hrysanthos
Fannon James
Joe Kayes
Thomas Kearns
Jordan Kremers- Tyalor
Nathan Power
Tim Putt
Aidan Roach
Ed Slade
Aaron Younger

Team Management  
Elvis Fatovic – Head Coach
Paul Oberman – Assistant Coach
Dejan Kontic – Strength and Conditioning/Assistant Coach
Tom Donaldson – Physiotherapist
Mathew Harris – Performance analysis
Michael Maclennan – Manager

Official teams will be announced prior to each Tournament.

Water polo Australia

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