FINA Women's Water Polo World Cup

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The FINA Women's Water Polo World Cup is an international water polo competition contested by women's national water polo teams of the members of FINA, the aquatic sports' global governing body. The tournament was established in 1979 with an erratic schedule, but it has been contested every four years since 2002.

Results[edit]

Year Host Winner Runner-up 3rd Place
1979
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United States
Merced,
United States

United States

Netherlands

Australia
1980
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Netherlands
Breda,
Netherlands

Netherlands

United States

Canada
1981
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Australia
Brisbane,
Australia

Canada

Netherlands

Australia
1983
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Canada
Sainte-Foy, Québec,
Canada

Netherlands

United States

Australia
1984
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United States
Irvine,
United States

Australia

United States

Netherlands
1988
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New Zealand
Christchurch,
New Zealand

Netherlands

Hungary

Canada
1989
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Netherlands
Eindhoven,
Netherlands

Netherlands

United States

Hungary
1991
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United States
Long Beach,
United States

Netherlands

Australia

United States
1993
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Italy
Catania,
Italy

Netherlands

Italy

Hungary
1995
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Australia
Sydney,
Australia

Australia

Netherlands

Hungary
1997
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France
Nancy,
France

Netherlands

Russia

Australia
1999
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Canada
Winnipeg,
Canada

Netherlands

Australia

Italy
2002
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Australia
Perth,
Australia

Hungary

United States

Canada
2006
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China
Tianjin,
PR China

Australia

Italy

Russia
2010
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New Zealand
Christchurch,
New Zealand

United States

Australia

China
2014
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Russia
Khanty-Mansiysk,
Russia

United States

Australia

Spain


Ranking[edit]

Gillian van den Berg won the competition in 1999 as part of the Dutch team. In the photo she is seen celebrating her gold medal at the 2008 Summer Olympics.
 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Netherlands 8 3 1 12
2  United States 3 5 1 9
3  Australia 3 4 4 11
4  Hungary 1 1 3 5
5  Canada 1 3 4
6  Italy 2 1 3
7  Russia 1 1 2
8  China 1 1
=  Spain 1 1

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