Water Polo Australia has named its Women’s and Men’s teams to take on the FINA World Championships which gets underway on Sunday 16 July in Budapest, Hungary.
Head Coach Sakis Kechagias has named the Aussie Stingers squad to contest the 2017 FINA World Championships, which kicks off in Budapest on 16 July.
For 25 years, the Australian Olympic Committee has awarded outstanding secondary students with the Pierre de Coubertin award, an accolade that acknowledges displays of the Olympic ideals - fair play and sportsmanship.
The Executive Board (EB) of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today approved the event programme for the Olympic Games Tokyo 2020.
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.
While the Aussie Stingers didn’t get the start to their Asian Tour they’d hoped after the closed out the Kunshan Cup with a loss to Japan, the team are regrouping to set their sights firmly on the FINA World League Super Final which kicks off in Shanghai, China tomorrow.
The month of May saw Aussies podium in canoe sprint, water polo, cycling and rugby sevens in Europe and America; while the Australian Diving and Gymnastics Championships ensured crowds were entertained closer to home.