Junior Teams

Born 2001 Men’s Squad for Pan Pacific Festival announced

Water Polo Australia is pleased to announce the Australian Men’s Born 2001 squad who will compete at the Pan Pacific Youth Water Polo Festival in Auckland, New Zealand from July 7-11. The squad members were selected following performances at the

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Born 2000 Men’s squad announced

The Born 2000 Men will undertake their first camp at the end of May ahead of FINA’s Youth World Championships in August 11-19 at Hungary. Players from around Australia were selected following the 18U National Aged Club Championships held in

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Head Coaches for Australian junior teams announced

Water Polo Australia is pleased to announce the appointments of five Australian junior men’s and women’s head coaching positions. The Australian junior teams form an important part in the player pathway, preparing junior players for opportunities to play in the

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Six added to Born 2000 Squad ahead of Canberra training camp

Water Polo Australia is pleased to announce six players have been added to the list for the Australian Women’s Born 2000 squad as they begin their training camp from April 2-7 at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. The

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Born 2000 Squad announced to attend FINA Youth World Championships

Matilda Kearsn FINA Youth world championships

Water Polo Australia is pleased to announce the squad for the Australian Women’s Born 2000 squad ahead of their camp from April 2-7 at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. The squad will come together as they prepare for

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Aleksandr Osadchuk named WPA High Performance Manager

Water Polo Australia (WPA) today named Aleksandr Osadchuk as the new High Performance Manager charged with leading and managing the high performance strategy for the 2020 Olympic Games and beyond. Osadchuk has spent the past 12 years working with the

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Women’s Born 2000 Squad named 

 The Australian Born 2000 Women’s squad has been named ahead of the invitational camp that will be held in Sydney from 3-11 January 2018. The camp will provide the opportunity for the squad to work with national youth head coach Dusan Damjanovic in

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WPA High Performance Manager Tom Hill steps down

Water Polo Australia’s (WPA) High Performance Manager Tom Hill has announced his resignation after almost six years leading the WPA high performance program, saying now is a good time for a new outlook and fresh perspective leading into Tokyo 2020

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WPA unveils new Strategic Plan – Towards 2020

Water Polo Australia (WPA) has today released the new strategic plan ‘Towards 2020’ that is a culmination of a strategic review recently conducted with WPAs Members.  To access the strategic plan – click here. The WPA Board and staff, working with the Water

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FINA World Junior Women’s Champs wrap up

AUSvCHN: Australia has finished tenth at the FINA Junior Women’s World Championships after narrowly going down to China 11-12. Despite taking an early lead in the first quarter, the Chinese were never far away and it was clear at half

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