South Africans Look Ahead to FINA Wat...

South Africans Look Ahead to FINA Water Polo Super League

There are 5 comments on the Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer story from May 29, 2009, titled South Africans Look Ahead to FINA Water Polo Super League. In it, Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer reports that:

JOHANNESBURG, South Africa, May 28. SOUTH Africa's Water Polo stars will look to continue getting among the goals, when they make their debut in the 8-nation FINA Water Polo Super League Finals in Podgorica, Montenegro from June 16-21. The South Africans will join hosts Montenegro, European group qualifiers in Serbia, Italy and Croatia, as well as ...

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EdiZ

Chicago, IL

#1 Jun 30, 2009
Montenegro came out on top baby!!! Whoooo!!!! They played like Euro Champs throughout the whole tournament and our crowd was into every second of every match. They gave our Red Sharks the edge by just intimidating fans and teams from other countries, proving that my little country of 700'000 people will not bend over in defeat easily. You could tell that the Montenegrins wanted it more. With the Janovic brothers playing like they did, how could you stop them. I'm glad that we had the chance to host this tourney. Rightfully so, we can call ourselves the best because we beat the best! No disrespect to Croatia, who gave us a fight to the finish. Hungary seems to be losing its core players, so I don't know how much of a factor they will be from now on.
Reuben

Redwood City, CA

#2 Jun 30, 2009
Polo is for homosexuals, don't like no Polo.
African4

South Africa

#3 Jun 30, 2009
Is it because you cannot swim and are afraid of water?

Are you a non swimmer?

Since: Sep 08

Pretoria, South Africa

#4 Jul 1, 2009
Take note:
"The team spirit is very high in the SA camp with the 60-0 win over Libya being an African record and the second highest score ever in the history of Water Polo," said national team manager Dion Willis.

All of Wesley Bohata (3 goals) Chris Icely (6), Kevin O' Brien (3), Bevan Manson (8), William Naidoo (2), Ryan Bell (8), Rick Diesel (2), Pierre le Roux (9) Richard Downes (6), Duncan Woods (6) and Don Stewart (7), contributed towards a nightmare occasion for Libya.
I highlight the fact that it is an *African* record and NONE of the players are black. HAHAHAHAHA

Everyone knows blacks will sink like rocks in a salt free swimming pool.

I reiterate. The African champions of water polo are all non-black. HAHAHAHAHAHA
African4

South Africa

#5 Jul 1, 2009
Water polo is one of the most physically demanding games on this planet this is fact, because you frequently have to sprint and then when you are resting, you still need to tread water, so essentially you are never resting and this continues for the full duration of the game.

To say that water polo players are merely fit, is a gross understatement.

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