Monday, August 21, 2017

Meet The Goalie Changing Water Polo

Guillermo Andres Ocasio

2017 Winning Gold in Belgrade

2012 Junior Olympics

2015 JO's
w/Eric Goldenberg

Angellini Design

AJ Martin


Tremendous News From Florida's West Coast

These players just heard that the Sarasota Public School Board has approved Varsity Water Polo for Venice High School starting this 2017-18 season! 

Go Indians!

A Conversation with Sahil Khehra.

For Sahil Khehra, there are no limits. Whether it comes to the athlete or the expansion of water polo across India, barriers are meant to be broken. We are excited to share the story of this former Indian National Team player as he inspires us to stand out! 

Team Canada

Our Women's FISU Team will take on Hungary tomorrow (August 22) @ 1:00 pm local / 1:00 am ET.



Gearing Up For Big Things: Ft. Lauderdale Hungarian Water Polo Club

New talent along with Coach Ish's experience & hands on approach will undoubtedly produce huge success!!

The club is taking a new approach to the teaching & training of local water polo athletes. Besides building an age group, the primary goal is to identify specific talents within each individual then train them to reach their potential. Club members will be training abroad in Hungary as well. The club is set up to where every practice is a water polo clinic. I know of no other club in south Florida where the coach is in the water with the kids 90% of the time.

Ft. Lauderdale Beach Hungarian Water Polo School
Houston-Sworne Aquatic Center 
901 Nw 10th Street
Pompano Beach, FL 33060

Age groups for now / 9y/old to 13 y/old boys & girls . We also offer private swim lessons and private water polo lessons for those who need it.
In August practices are on Thursday at 5:45pm on and Saturday morning 10Am.
Club fees are $55/ month .
As we grow we'll be adding additional weeknight practices .
First practice will be on August 10th Thursday evening..
Call: 954-394-9300

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Dry Land Training With The Serbian Water Polo Team

How To Approach An Official Recruiting Visit 101

Happy Birthday Jody

Jody Moore

Jody can save your eyes from cataracts:

Anastasia Valimaki

Suncoast High Water Polo Team

"It was so much fun participating in an amazing national pageant. I was proud to have represented Florida in the 2017 pageants." 
See for more info on the January 2018 event

Blowing the whistle on a decline in women coaches

Oklahoma women's basketball coach Sherri Coale.

As barriers for female athletes have fallen, those for female coaches have risen. Changing that trend requires exposing hidden obstacles and challenging long-standing prejudices.

Title IX, the gender-equity law that celebrated its 45th anniversary this summer, has come to be synonymous with the advancement of women’s athletic opportunities. But that’s only partly true. As the number of women athletes has swelled sixfold, and women’s sports have become more competitive, the percentage of women coaching those teams has dropped from 90 percent to less than half. Sometimes athletic directors, such as Joe Sterrett at Lehigh University in Pennsylvania, have few qualified women apply for head coaching jobs – especially in sports like soccer and volleyball. But he and several coaches interviewed by the Monitor are working to address the factors that have caused the decline, from gender bias in hiring to lack of professional development opportunities. “It matters a lot for girls, but it’s also important for young boys,” says Nicole LaVoi, co-director of Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport in Minneapolis. Less than 3 percent of NCAA men’s teams are led by female coaches. “We need boys to view and perceive and value women leaders as well,” she adds. “And when they have a [female] coach, that’s one way we can do that.”

The 30 Sec. ReadTit


Nico Csendes gets private lesson with one of the world's fastest sprinters

Erik Risolvado & Nico train at Hall of Fame Pool

Taking it to the next level.

Humberto in Taipei

Opening Ceremony
Taipei 2017 
29th Summer Universiade