2005 FINA Women's Water Polo World League

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The 2005 FINA Women's Water Polo World League was the second edition of the annual event, organised by the world's governing body in aquatics, the FINA. Two qualification tournaments were held, before the Super Finals took off in Kirishi, Russia from August 18 to August 21, 2005.

Preliminary round[edit]

GROUP A[edit]


Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  United States 25 10 8 0 2 84 45 +39
2.  Canada 24 10 8 0 2 83 63 +20
3.  Australia 22 10 6 0 4 83 49 +34
4.  Greece 22 10 6 0 4 77 61 +16
5.  Brazil 12 10 1 0 9 34 86 –52
6.  Germany 12 10 1 0 9 51 108 –57
Canada  10 – 4  Brazil
Greece  5 – 8  Australia
United States  11 – 5  Germany
Germany  6 – 10  Brazil
Greece  6 – 7  Canada
United States  7 – 5  Australia
Greece  10 – 6  Germany
Canada  7 – 4  Australia
United States  10 – 0  Brazil
Germany  10 – 14  Australia
Brazil  2 – 7  Greece
United States  10 – 8  Canada
Canada   Germany
Australia   Brazil
United States   Greece
Canada  6 – 4  Greece
Australia  9 – 3  Brazil
United States  15 – 1  Germany
Greece  9 – 7  Australia
Germany  9 – 5  Brazil
United States  7 – 5  Canada
Greece  9 – 5  Brazil
Canada  8 – 3  Germany
Australia  7 – 3  United States
Australia  15 – 5  Germany
Canada  9 – 4  Brazil
United States  7 – 6  Greece
Greece  9 – 3  Germany
Canada  7 – 6  Australia
United States  9 – 1  Brazil

GROUP B[edit]

  • Held from June 29 to July 10, 2005
Team Points G W D L GF GA Diff
1.  Hungary 28 10 9 0 1 111 64 +47
2.  Russia 24 10 8 0 2 99 75 +24
3.  Italy 22 10 6 0 4 105 75 +30
4.  Netherlands 17 10 4 0 6 75 77 –2
5.  Spain 15 10 3 0 7 82 83 –1
6.  France 10 10 0 0 10 44 142 –98



Super Finals[edit]

  • August 18, 2005
Canada  9 – 2  Italy
Hungary  4 – 6  Greece
United States  13 – 3  Netherlands
Russia  14 – 13  Australia
  • August 19, 2005
Canada  9 – 10  Greece
Hungary  16 – 6  Italy
United States  10 – 11  Australia
Russia  16 – 8  Netherlands
  • August 20, 2005
Australia  12 – 6  Netherlands
Italy  6 – 15  Greece
Canada  4 – 11  Hungary
Russia  15 – 14  United States

Play-offs[edit]

  • August 21, 2005
Netherlands  11 – 6  Italy
United States  6 – 3  Canada
Australia  6 – 4  Hungary
Russia  10 – 13  Greece

Final ranking[edit]

Individual awards[edit]


RANK TOPSCORERS GOALS
1.  Antigoni Roumpesi (GRE) 31
 Elena Smurova (RUS)
3.  Rita Dravucz (HUN) 28
 Kate Gynther (AUS)
5.  Aniko Pelle (HUN) 27
6.  Manuela Zanchi (ITA) 23
 Dora Kisteleki (HUN)
8.  Blanca Gil (ESP) 21
 Sofia Konukh (RUS)
 Rianne Guichelaar (NED)
11.  Tania di Mario (ITA) 20
 Natalie Golda (USA)
 Mariya Yaina (RUS)
14.  Mieke van der Sloot (NED) 19
 Eftychia Karagianni (GRE)

Statistics[edit]

  • Total goals: 1220
  • Total matches: 76
  • Goals per match: 16.0
  • Total of scorers: 155

References[edit]