Water polo at the 2019 Pan American Games

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Water polo at the XVIII Pan American Games
Water polo 2019 Pan American Games.png
Water polo pictogram
VenueWater polo stadium
DatesAugust 4–10, 2019
Competitors176 from 9 nations
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Water polo competitions at the 2019 Pan American Games in Lima, Peru are scheduled to be held from July 28 to August 10. The venue for the competition is the Water polo pool located at the Villa María del Triunfo cluster.[1] A total of eight men's and eight women's teams (each consisting up to 11 athletes) competed in each tournament. This means a total of 176 athletes are scheduled to compete.[2]

Roster sizes were dropped from 13 to 11, in line with the decision made by FINA (International Swimming Federation) for the 2020 Summer Olympics.[3]

The top team in each tournament not already qualified for the 2020 Summer Olympics will qualify for the said event.[4]

Competition schedule[edit]

The following is the competition schedule for the water polo competitions:

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 United States (USA)2002
2 Canada (CAN)0202
3 Brazil (BRA)0022
Totals (3 nations)2226

Medalists[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's tournament
details
 United States (USA)
Alex Wolf
Johnny Hooper
Marko Vavic
Alex Obert
Ben Hallock
Luca Cupido
Hannes Daube
Max Irving
Alex Bowen
Chancellor Ramirez
Jesse Smith
 Canada (CAN)
Milan Radenovic
Gaelan Patterson
Jeremie Blanchard
Nicolas Constantin-Bicari
Matthew Halajian
Georgios Torakis
Jérémie Côté
Mark Spooner
Aleksa Gardijan
Aria Soleimanipak
Reuel D'Souza
 Brazil (BRA)
Slobodan Soro
Logan Cabral
Pedro Real
Gustavo Coutinho
Roberto Freitas
Guilherme Almeida
Rafael Real
Luis Silva
Bernardo Rocha
Rudá Franco
Gustavo Guimarães
Women's tournament
details
 United States (USA)
Ashleigh Johnson
Madeline Musselman
Melissa Seidemann
Paige Hauschild
Stephania Haralabidis
Margaret Steffens
Jamie Neushul
Kiley Neushul
Aria Fischer
Alys Williams
Makenzie Fischer
 Canada (CAN)
Jessica Gaudreault
Krystina Alogbo
Axelle Crevier
Emma Wright
Monika Eggens
Kelly McKee
Joëlle Békhazi
Shae Fournier
Hayley McKelvey
Kyra Christmas
Kindred Paul
 Brazil (BRA)
Victória Chamorro
Diana Abla
Ana Alice Amaral
Gabriela Dias
Mariana Duarte
Ana Beatriz Dias
Samantha Ferreira
Ana Julia Amaral
Letícia Belorio
Viviane Bahia
Mirella Coutinho

Qualification[edit]

A total of eight men's teams and eight women's team will qualify to compete at the games in each tournament. The host nation (Peru) qualified in each tournament, along with seven other teams in each tournament according to various criteria. Canada and the United States automatically qualified in each tournament, along with the top three teams at the 2018 Central American and Caribbean Games and top two teams at the 2018 South American Championships.[2]

Men[edit]

Event Dates Location Vacancies Qualified
Host Nation N/A N/A 1  Peru
Automatic qualification N/A N/A 2  Canada
 United States
2018 Central American and Caribbean Games (CCCAN) 26 July–2 August Colombia Barranquilla 3  Cuba
 Puerto Rico
 Mexico
2018 South American Championships (CONSANAT) 31 October–4 November Peru Lima 2  Brazil
 Argentina
Total 8

Women[edit]

Event Dates Location Vacancies Qualified
Host Nation N/A N/A 1  Peru
Automatic qualification N/A N/A 2  Canada
 United States
2018 Central American and Caribbean Games (CCCAN) 26 July–2 August Colombia Barranquilla 3  Cuba
 Puerto Rico
 Mexico
2018 South American Championships (CONSANAT) 31 October–4 November Peru Lima 2  Brazil
 Venezuela
Total 8

Participating nations[edit]

A total of 9 countries qualified water polo teams.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pan American Schedule" (PDF). www.lima2019.pe. Lima Organizing Committee for the 2019 Pan and Parapan American Games (COPAL). 13 June 2019. Retrieved 16 June 2019.
  2. ^ a b "Qualification System manual" (PDF). www.panamsports.org/. Pan American Sports Organization. 25 April 2018. Retrieved 25 April 2018.
  3. ^ Crunic, Ivan (13 July 2017). "FINA accepted shorter rosters at the Olympic Games, LEN launched new Champions League". www.waterpology.com/. Waterpology.com. Retrieved 28 April 2018.
  4. ^ "International Swimming Federation (FINA) Water polo Qualification System – Games of the XXXII Olympiad – Tokyo 2020" (PDF). www.wkf.net/. International Swimming Federation (FINA). 16 March 2018. Retrieved 24 June 2018.

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