List of World Aquatics Championships medalists in water polo

This is a list of World Aquatics Championships medalists in water polo.[1]

MenEdit

Medalists by tournamentEdit

Abbreviation and legend
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1973 Belgrade
details
  Hungary
Balazs Balla
András Bodnár
Gábor Csapó
Tibor Cservenyák (GK)
Tamás Faragó
István Görgényi
Zoltán Kásás
Ferenc Konrád
Endre Molnár (GK)
László Sárosi
István Szívós Jr.
  Soviet Union
Anatoly Akimov
Aleksei Barkalov
Aleksandr Dreval
Aleksandr Kabanov
Nuzgari Mshvenieradze
Leonid Osipov
Vitaly Romanchuk
Vladimir Zhmudsky
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
  Yugoslavia*
Ratko Rudić
Ðuro Savinović
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
1975 Cali
details
  Soviet Union
Aleksei Barkalov
Aleksandr Dolgushin
Aleksandr Dreval
Sergey Gorshov
Aleksandr Kabanov
Anatoly Klebanov (GK)
Nikolay Melnikov
Aleksandr Rodionov
Vitaly Romanchuk
Vitaly Rozkov
Aleksandr Zakharov (GK)
  Hungary
András Bodnár
Gábor Csapó
Tibor Cservenyák (GK)
Tamás Faragó
István Görgényi
György Horkai
Ferenc Konrád
István Magas
Endre Molnár (GK)
László Sárosi
István Szívós Jr.
  Italy
Alberto Alberani (GK)
Silvio Baracchini
Luigi Castagnola
Vincenzo D'Angelo
Gianni De Magistris
Marcello Del Duca
Alessandro Ghibellini
Sante Marsili
Roldano Simeoni
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
1978 West Berlin
details
  Italy
Alberto Alberani (GK)
Roldano Simeoni
Silvio Baracchini
Sante Marsili
Massimo Fondelli
Gianni De Magistris
Alessandro Ghibellini
Marco Galli
Paolo Ragosa
Romeo Collina
Mario Scotti-Galletta (GK)
  Hungary
Gábor Csapó
Tamás Faragó
György Gerendás
György Horkai
György Kenéz
István Magas
Endre Molnár (GK)
Attila Sudár
István Szívós Jr.
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
  Yugoslavia
Zoran Janković
Damir Polić
Zoran Roje
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
1982 Guayaquil
details
  Soviet Union
Vladimir Akimov
Mikhail Ivanov
Aleksandr Kabanov
Alexander Kleymenov (GK)
Sergey Kotenko
Nurlan Mendygaliyev
Giorgi Mshvenieradze
Erkin Shagaev
Yevgeny Sharonov (GK)
Nikolai Smirnov
Aleksey Vdovin
  Hungary
Gábor Csapó
Tibor Cservenyák (GK)
György Gerendás
György Horkai
György Kenéz
István Kiss
László Kuncz
Gábor Schmiedt
Attila Sudár
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
  West Germany
Roland Freund
Rainer Hoppe
Günter Kilian
Thomas Loebb
Werner Obschernikat
Rainer Osselmann
Frank Otto
Peter Röhle (GK)
Jürgen Schröder
Hagen Stamm
(Unknown)
1986 Madrid
details
  Yugoslavia
Milorad Krivokapić (GK)
Deni Lušić
Zoran Petrović
Perica Bukić
Veselin Đuho
Dragan Andrić
Mirko Vičević
Dubravko Šimenc
Goran Sukno
Tomislav Paškvalin (LH)
Igor Milanović
Anto Vasović
Andrija Popović (GK)
  Italy
Paolo Trapanese (GK)
Alfio Misaggi
Andrea Pisano
Antonello Steardo
Alessandro Campagna
Paolo Caldarella
Mario Fiorillo
Francesco Porzio (LH)
Stefano Postiglione
Riccardo Tempestini
Massimiliano Ferretti
Marco D'Altrui
Gianni Averaimo (GK)
  Soviet Union
Dmitry Apanasenko
Viktor Berendyuha
Yevgeny Grishin
Mikhail Ivanov
Sergey Kotenko
Serghei Marcoci
Nurlan Mendygaliyev
Giorgi Mshvenieradze
Sergey Naumov
Yevgeny Sharonov (GK)
Nikolai Smirnov
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
1991 Perth
details
  Yugoslavia
Mislav Bezmalinović
Perica Bukić
Viktor Jelenić
Igor Milanović
Vitomir Padovan
Dušan Popović
Renco Posinković (GK)
Goran Rađenović
Dubravko Šimenc
Aleksandar Šoštar (GK)
Vaso Subotić
Anto Vasović
Mirko Vičević
  Spain
Jesús Rollán (GK)
(Unknown)
Marco Antonio González
Rubén Michavila
Manuel Estiarte (C)
Daniel Ballart
Josep Picó
Ricardo Sánchez
Jordi Sans
Salvador Gómez
Miki Oca
(Unknown)
Pedro García Aguado
  Hungary
Tibor Benedek (LH)
István Dóczi
Péter Kuna (GK)
Gábor Nemes (GK)
Imre Péter
Zsolt Petőváry
Gábor Schmiedt
Frank Tóth
Imre Tóth
László Tóth
Balázs Vincze
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
1994 Rome
details
  Italy*
Francesco Attolico (GK)
Marco D'Altrui
Alessandro Bovo
Pino Porzio
Alessandro Campagna
Roberto Calcaterra
Mario Fiorillo
Francesco Porzio (LH)
Amedeo Pomilio (LH)
Ferdinando Gandolfi
Massimiliano Ferretti
Carlo Silipo
Gianni Averaimo (GK)
  Spain
Jesús Rollán (GK)
Sergi Pedrerol (LH)
Josep Picó
Gustavo Marcos
Manuel Estiarte (C)
Daniel Ballart
Jorge Payá
Manuel Silvestre (GK)
Jordi Sans
Salvador Gómez
Miki Oca
Gabriel Hernández
Pedro García Aguado
  Russia
Nikolay Maksimov (GK)
Aleksandr Ogorodnikov
Sergey Yevstigneyev
Nikolay Kozlov
Sergey Garbuzov
Aleksandr Yeryshov
Dmitry Apanasenko
Maxim Apanasenko
Dmitry Gorshkov
Serghei Marcoci
Yuriy Smoloviy
Sergey Ivlev
Dmitri Dugin (GK)
1998 Perth
details
  Spain
Daniel Ballart
Manuel Estiarte (C)
Pedro García
Salvador Gómez
Miguel Gonzales (GK)
Gustavo Marcos
Rubén Michavila
Iván Moro
Sergi Pedrerol (LH)
Iván Pérez (LH)
Jesús Rollán (GK)
Jordi Sans
Carles Sanz
  Hungary
Zoltán Kósz (GK)
Frank Tóth
Tamás Märcz
Zsolt Varga
Tamás Kásás
Attila Vári
Gergely Kiss (LH)
Tibor Benedek (LH)
Rajmund Fodor
Balázs Vincze
Barnabás Steinmetz
Tamás Molnár
(Unknown)
  FR Yugoslavia[a]
Dejan Savić
Aleksandar Šoštar (GK)
Petar Trbojević
Veljko Uskoković
Vladimir Vujasinović
Nenad Vukanić
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
2001 Fukuoka
details
  Spain
Ángel Andreo (GK)
Daniel Ballart
Salvador Gómez
Gabriel Hernández
Gustavo Marcos
Guillermo Molina
Daniel Moro
Iván Moro
Sergi Pedrerol (LH)
Iván Pérez (LH)
Jesús Rollán (C, GK)
Javier Sánchez
Carles Sanz
  FR Yugoslavia[a]
Aleksandar Šoštar (GK)
Petar Trbojević
Denis Šefik (GK)
Predrag Zimonjić
Dejan Savić
Danilo Ikodinović
Viktor Jelenić
Veljko Uskoković
Aleksandar Ćirić
Aleksandar Šapić
Vladimir Vujasinović (C)
Nenad Vukanić
Branko Peković
  Russia
Roman Balashov
Revaz Chomakhidze
Aleksandr Fyodorov (GK)
Sergey Garbuzov
Dmitry Gorshkov (C)
Nikolay Kozlov
Alexey Panfili
Andrei Rekechinski
Yuri Yatsev
Aleksandr Yeryshov
Marat Zakirov
Irek Zinnurov
(Unknown)
2003 Barcelona
details
  Hungary
Zoltán Szécsi (GK)
Tamás Varga
Norbert Madaras (LH)
Zsolt Varga
Tamás Kásás
Attila Vári
Gergely Kiss (LH)
Tibor Benedek (C, LH)
Rajmund Fodor
István Gergely (GK)
Barnabás Steinmetz
Tamás Molnár
Péter Biros
  Italy
Stefano Tempesti (GK)
Francesco Postiglione
Andrea Mangiante
Fabrizio Buonocore
Marco Gerini (GK)
Roberto Calcaterra
Goran Fiorentini
Alberto Angelini
Maurizio Felugo
Alessandro Calcaterra
Bogdan Rath
Carlo Silipo (C)
Fabio Bencivenga
  Serbia and Montenegro
Denis Šefik (GK)
Slobodan Nikić
Nikola Kuljača (GK)
Vanja Udovičić
Dejan Savić
Danilo Ikodinović
Viktor Jelenić
Vladimir Gojković
Aleksandar Ćirić
Aleksandar Šapić
Vladimir Vujasinović (C)
Predrag Jokić
Boris Zloković
2005 Montreal
details
  Serbia and Montenegro
Denis Šefik (GK)
Petar Trbojević
Nikola Janović
Vanja Udovičić
Dejan Savić
Danilo Ikodinović
Slobodan Nikić
Vladimir Gojković
Boris Zloković
Aleksandar Šapić
Vladimir Vujasinović (C)
Predrag Jokić
Zdravko Radić (GK)
  Hungary
Zoltán Szécsi (GK)
Dániel Varga
Norbert Madaras (LH)
Ádám Steinmetz
Tamás Kásás
Attila Vári
Gergely Kiss (LH)
Csaba Kiss
Rajmund Fodor
Márton Szívós
István Gergely (GK)
Tamás Molnár
Péter Biros
  Greece
Georgios Reppas (GK)
Anastasios Schizas
Dimitrios Mazis
Emmanouil Mylonakis
Theodoros Chatzitheodorou
Argyris Theodoropoulos
Christos Afroudakis
Georgios Ntoskas
Georgios Afroudakis (C)
Stefanos Santa
Antonios Vlontakis
Manthos Voulgarakis
Nikolaos Deligiannis (GK)
2007 Melbourne
details
  Croatia
Frano Vićan (GK)
Damir Burić
Andro Bušlje
Zdeslav Vrdoljak (C)
Aljoša Kunac
Maro Joković (LH)
Mile Smodlaka
Teo Đogaš
Pavo Marković
Samir Barać
Igor Hinić
Miho Bošković
Josip Pavić (GK)
  Hungary
Zoltán Szécsi (GK)
Dániel Varga
Norbert Madaras (LH)
Dénes Varga
Tamás Kásás
Márton Szívós
Gergely Kiss (LH)
Tibor Benedek (C, LH)
Rajmund Fodor
Péter Biros
Gábor Kis
Tamás Molnár
Viktor Nagy (GK)
  Spain
Iñaki Aguilar (GK)
Mario José García
David Martín
Ricardo Perrone
Guillermo Molina
Marc Minguell
Iván Gallego
Svilen Piralkov
Xavier Vallès
Felipe Perrone
Iván Pérez (C, LH)
Xavier García (LH)
Ángel Andreo (GK)
2009 Rome
details
  Serbia
Slobodan Soro (GK)
Marko Avramović
Živko Gocić
Vanja Udovičić (C)
Slavko Gak
Duško Pijetlović
Slobodan Nikić
Milan Aleksić
Nikola Rađen
Filip Filipović (LH)
Andrija Prlainović
Stefan Mitrović
Gojko Pijetlović (GK)
  Spain
Iñaki Aguilar (GK)
Mario José García
David Martín
Blai Mallarach (LH)
Guillermo Molina
Marc Minguell
Iván Gallego
Albert Español
Xavier Vallès
Felipe Perrone
Iván Pérez (C, LH)
Xavier García (LH)
Daniel López (GK)
  Croatia
Ivo Brzica (GK)
Damir Burić
Miho Bošković
Nikša Dobud
Ivan Buljubašić
Srđan Antonijević
Frano Karač
Andro Bušlje
Sandro Sukno
Samir Barać (C)
Igor Hinić
Paulo Obradović
Josip Pavić (GK)
2011 Shanghai
details
  Italy
Stefano Tempesti (C, GK)
Amaurys Pérez
Niccolò Gitto
Pietro Figlioli
Alex Giorgetti
Maurizio Felugo
Niccolò Figari
Valentino Gallo (LH)
Christian Presciutti
Deni Fiorentini
Matteo Aicardi
Arnaldo Deserti
Giacomo Pastorino (GK)
  Serbia
Slobodan Soro (GK)
Marko Avramović
Živko Gocić
Vanja Udovičić (C)
Miloš Ćuk
Duško Pijetlović
Slobodan Nikić
Milan Aleksić
Nikola Rađen
Filip Filipović (LH)
Andrija Prlainović
Stefan Mitrović
Gojko Pijetlović (GK)
  Croatia
Josip Pavić (GK)
Damir Burić
Miho Bošković
Nikša Dobud
Maro Joković (LH)
Petar Muslim
Frano Karač
Andro Bušlje
Sandro Sukno
Samir Barać (C)
Fran Paškvalin
Paulo Obradović
Ivan Buljubašić
2013 Barcelona
details
  Hungary
Viktor Nagy (GK)
Miklós Gór-Nagy
Norbert Madaras (LH)
Bence Bátori
Márton Vámos (LH)
Norbert Hosnyánszky
Ádám Decker
Márton Szívós
Dániel Varga (C)
Dénes Varga
Krisztián Bedő
Balázs Hárai
Attila Decker (GK)
  Montenegro
Zdravko Radić (GK)
Draško Brguljan
Vjekoslav Pasković
Antonio Petrović
Darko Brguljan
Ugo Crousillat (LH)
Mlađan Janović
Nikola Janović (C)
Aleksandar Ivović
Saša Mišić
Filip Klikovać
Predrag Jokić
Miloš Šćepanović (GK)
  Croatia
Pavić (C, GK)
Luka Lončar
Ivan Milaković
Fran Paškvalin
Maro Joković (LH)
Luka Bukić
Petar Muslim
Andro Bušlje
Sandro Sukno
Nikša Dobud
Anđelo Šetka
Paulo Obradović
Marko Bijač (GK)
2015 Kazan
details
  Serbia
Gojko Pijetlović (GK)
Dušan Mandić (LH)
Živko Gocić (C)
Sava Ranđelović
Miloš Ćuk
Duško Pijetlović
Slobodan Nikić
Milan Aleksić
Nikola Jakšić
Filip Filipović (LH)
Andrija Prlainović
Stefan Mitrović
Branislav Mitrović (GK)
  Croatia
Josip Pavić (C, GK)
Damir Burić
Antonio Petković
Luka Lončar
Maro Joković (LH)
Luka Bukić
Petar Muslim
Andro Bušlje
Sandro Sukno
Fran Paškvalin
Anđelo Šetka
Paulo Obradović
Marko Bijač (GK)
  Greece
Konstantinos Flegkas (GK)
Emmanouil Mylonakis
Georgios Dervisis
Konstantinos Genidounias
Ioannis Fountoulis
Kyriakos Pontikeas
Christos Afroudakis (C)
Evangelos Delakas
Konstantinos Mourikis
Christodoulos Kolomvos
Alexandros Gounas
Angelos Vlachopoulos
Stefanos Galanopoulos (GK)
2017 Budapest
details
  Croatia
Marko Bijač (GK)
Marko Macan
Loren Fatović
Luka Lončar
Maro Joković (LH)
Ivan Buljubašić
Ante Vukičević
Andro Bušlje
Sandro Sukno (C)
Ivan Krapić
Anđelo Šetka
Xavier García (LH)
Ivan Marcelić (GK)
  Hungary*
Viktor Nagy (GK)
Béla Török
Krisztián Manhercz
Gergő Zalánki (LH)
Márton Vámos (LH)
Norbert Hosnyánszky
Ádám Decker
Miklós Gór-Nagy
Balázs Erdélyi
Dénes Varga (C)
Tamás Mezei (LH)
Balázs Hárai
Attila Decker (GK)
  Serbia
Gojko Pijetlović (GK)
Dušan Mandić (LH)
Viktor Rašović
Sava Ranđelović
Miloš Ćuk
Duško Pijetlović
Nemanja Ubović
Milan Aleksić
Nikola Jakšić
Filip Filipović (C, LH)
Andrija Prlainović
Stefan Mitrović
Branislav Mitrović (GK)
2019 Gwangju
details
  Italy
Marco Del Lungo (GK)
Francesco Di Fulvio
Stefano Luongo
Pietro Figlioli (C)
Edoardo Di Somma
Alessandro Velotto
Vincenzo Renzuto
Gonzalo Echenique (LH)
Niccolò Figari
Michaël Bodegas
Matteo Aicardi
Vincenzo Dolce
Gianmarco Nicosia (GK)
  Spain
Daniel López (GK)
Alberto Munarriz
Álvaro Granados
Miguel del Toro
Sergi Cabañas
Marc Larumbe
Alberto Barroso
Francisco Fernández
Roger Tahull
Felipe Perrone (C)
Blai Mallarach (LH)
Alejandro Bustos
Eduardo Lorrio (GK)
  Croatia
Marko Bijač (GK)
Marko Macan
Loren Fatović
Luka Lončar
Maro Joković (LH)
Hrvoje Benić
Ante Vukičević
Andro Bušlje (C)
Lovre Miloš
Josip Vrlić
Anđelo Šetka
Xavier García (LH)
Ivan Marcelić (GK)

Multiple medalistsEdit

The following table is pre-sorted by total number of medals (in descending order), number of gold medals (in descending order), number of silver medals (in descending order), date of receiving the last medal (in ascending order), date of receiving the first medal (in ascending order), name of the player (in ascending order), respectively.

Five male athletes won five or more medals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships. Aside from Serbian water polo player Slobodan Nikić who won five medals,[2] all were members of the Croatia men's national water polo team. Andro Bušlje is the first and only athlete (man or woman) to win seven medals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships (two gold, one silver and four bronze).[3]

Legend
  •     – Hosts
Male athletes who won five or more medals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships
Rk Player Birth Height Men's team Pos Water polo tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
Medals Ref
G S B T
1 Andro Bušlje 1986 2.00 m
(6 ft 7 in)
  Croatia FP 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 14 years
(19/33)
2 1 4 7 [3]
2 Maro Joković 1987 2.03 m
(6 ft 8 in)
  Croatia FP 2007 Does not appear 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 Does not appear 12 years
(19/31)
2 1 3 6 [4]
3 Slobodan Nikić 1983 1.97 m
(6 ft 6 in)
  Serbia and Montenegro FP 2003 2005 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(20/32)
3 1 1 5 [2]
  Serbia Does not appear Does not appear 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 Does not appear
4 Josip Pavić 1982 1.95 m
(6 ft 5 in)
  Croatia GK 2001 Does not appear 2005 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 14 years
(19/33)
1 1 3 5 [5]
Sandro Sukno 1990 2.00 m
(6 ft 7 in)
  Croatia FP 2009 2011 2013 2015 2017 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(19/27)
1 1 3 5 [6]
Rk Player Birth Height Men's team Pos Water polo tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
G S B T Ref
Medals

Multiple gold medalistsEdit

The following table is pre-sorted by number of gold medals (in descending order), number of silver medals (in descending order), number of bronze medals (in descending order), date of receiving the last gold medal (in ascending order), date of receiving the first gold medal (in ascending order), name of the player (in ascending order), respectively.

Serbian player Slobodan Nikić is the first and only male athlete to win three gold medals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships.[2]

There are twenty-eight male athletes who won two gold medals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships.

Legend
  •     – Hosts
Male athletes who won three or more gold medals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships
Rk Player Birth Height Men's team Pos Water polo tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
Medals Ref
G S B T
1 Slobodan Nikić 1983 1.97 m
(6 ft 6 in)
  Serbia and Montenegro FP 2003 2005 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(20/32)
3 1 1 5 [2]
  Serbia Does not appear Does not appear 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015

WomenEdit

Medalists by tournamentEdit

Abbreviation and legend
Games Gold Silver Bronze
1986 Madrid
details
  Australia
Judy Gair
Cummins Handley
Amanda Leeson
Katie McAdams
Megan Meloncelli
Sandy Mills-O'mellia
Lynne Morrison
Jackie Northam
Cathy Parkers
Janet Rayner
Julie Sheperd
Debbie Watson
  Netherlands
Anita Bibo
Hellen Boering (GK)
Madeline van Heemstra (GK)
Janet Heijnert
Lieneke van den Heuvel
Monique Kranenburg
Alice Lindhout
Marjo van der Mark
Patricia Megens
Ineke Pesman
Janny Spijker
Greet van den Veen
Hedda Verdam
  United States
Maureen O'Toole
Jill Sterkel
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
1991 Perth
details
  Netherlands
Hellen Boering (GK)
Karla van der Boon (GK)
Irma Brander
Edmée Hiemstra
Monique Kranenburg
Karin Kuipers
Patricia Libregts
Alice Lindhout
Lilian Ossendrijver
Janny Spijker
Marjan op den Velde
Hedda Verdam
Esmeralda van den Water
  Canada
Isabelle Auger (GK)
Caroline Boisclair
Nathalie Deschênes
Marie-Claude Deslières
Pascale Deslières
Sabine Difilippo
Karen Gibson
Heather Kaulbach
Roxane Lafrance
Chantal Larocque
Karen Morrisson
Heather Smith
Marilyn Thorington
  United States
Maureen O'Toole
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
(Unknown)
1994 Rome
details
  Hungary
Katalin Dancsa
Zsuzsa Dunkel
Andrea Eke
Zsuzsanna Hulf
Ildikó Kuna
Irén Rafael
Katalin Redei
Edit Sipos
Mercédesz Stieber
Orsolya Szalkay
Krisztina Szremkó
Gabriella Tóth
Noémi Tóth
  Netherlands
Ellen Bast
Gillian van den Berg
Hellen Boering (GK)
Karla van der Boon (GK)
Edmée Hiemstra
Stella Kriekaard
Karin Kuipers
Ingrid Leijendekker
Alice Lindhout
Sandra Scherrenburg
Rianne Schram
Janny Spijker
Hedda Verdam
  Italy*
Nicoletta Abbate
Cristina Consoli
Francesca Conti (GK)
Antonella Di Giacinto
Oriana Di Siena
Melania Grego
Stefania Lariucci
Giusi Malato
Martina Miceli
Paola Sabbatini
Monica Vaillant
Milena Virzì
(Unknown)
1998 Perth
details
  Italy
Carmela Allucci
Alexandra Araújo
Cristina Consoli
Francesca Conti (GK)
Antonella Di Giacinto
Eleonora Gay
Melania Grego
Stefania Larucci
Giusi Malato
Martina Miceli
Maddalena Musumeci
Monica Vaillant
Milena Virzi
  Netherlands
Ellen Bast
Gillian van den Berg
Karla van der Boon (GK)
Daniëlle de Bruijn
Edmée Hiemstra
Karin Kuipers
Ingrid Leijendekker
Petra Meerdink
Carla Quint
Sandra Scherrenburg
Mariëlle Schothans
Carla van Usen (GK)
Marjan op den Velde
  Australia*
Naomi Castle
Simone Dixon
Kylie English
Bridgette Gusterson
Yvette Higgins
Bronwyn Mayer
Melissa Mills
Stephanie Neesham
Marian Taylor
Liz Weekes (GK)
Sharan Wheelock
Danielle Woodhouse (GK)
Taryn Woods
2001 Fukuoka
details
  Italy
Carmela Allucci (C)
Alexandra Araújo
Silvia Bosurgi
Cristina Consoli
Francesca Conti (GK)
Tania Di Mario
Melania Grego
Giusi Malato
Martina Miceli
Maddalena Musumeci
Paola Sabbatini
Gabriella Sciolti
Monica Vaillant
  Hungary
Katalin Dancsa
Rita Drávucz
Anikó Pelle
Ágnes Primász
Katalin Rédei
Edit Sipos
Ildikó Sós
Mercédesz Stieber
Brigitta Szép
Krisztina Szremkó
Zsuzsanna Tiba
Ágnes Valkai
Erzsébet Valkai
  Canada
Josée Marsolais (GK)
Whynter Lamarre (GK)
Sandra Lizé
Susan Gardiner
Andrea Dewar
Marie Luc Arpin
Cora Campbell
Melissa Collins
Ann Dow
Jana Salat
Valérie Dionne
Waneek Horn-Miller
Johanne Bégin
2003 Barcelona
details
  United States
Jacqueline Frank (GK)
Heather Petri
Ericka Lorenz
Brenda Villa
Ellen Estes
Natalie Golda
Margaret Dingeldein
Gabrielle Domanic
Heather Moody (C)
Robin Beauregard
Amber Stachowski
Nicolle Payne (GK)
Thalia Munro
  Italy
Francesca Conti (GK)
Martina Miceli
Carmela Allucci (C)
Silvia Bosurgi
Erika Lava (GK)
Emanuela Zanchi
Tania Di Mario
Cinzia Ragusa
Giusi Malato
Alexandra Araújo
Maddalena Musumeci
Melania Grego
Noémi Tóth
  Russia
Svetlana Bogdanova
Sofia Konukh (C)
Veronika Linkova
Tatiana Petrova
Ekaterina Salimova
Natalia Shepelina
Ekaterina Shishova
Elena Smurova
Olga Turova
Valentina Vorontsova (GK)
Maria Yaina
Galina Zlotnikova (GK)
Anastasia Zubkova
2005 Montreal
details
  Hungary
Patrícia Horváth (GK)
Eszter Tomaskovics
Khrisctina Serfozo
Dóra Kisteleki
Mercédesz Stieber (C)
Andrea Tóth (GK)
Rita Drávucz
Krisztina Zantleitner
Orsolya Takács
Anikó Pelle
Ágnes Valkai
Fruzsina Brávik
Timea Benko
  United States
Emily Feher (GK)
Heather Petri
Ericka Lorenz
Brenda Villa (C)
Lauren Wenger
Natalie Golda
Kristina Kunkel
Erika Figge
Jaime Hipp (GK)
Kelly Rulon
Moriah van Norman
Drue Wawrzynski
Thalia Munro
  Canada*
Rachel Riddell (GK)
Krystina Alogbo
Whynter Lamarre (GK)
Susan Gardiner
Tara Campbell
Marie Luc Arpin
Cora Campbell
Dominique Perreault
Ann Dow (C)
Jana Salat
Valérie Dionne
Christine Robinson
Johanne Bégin
2007 Melbourne
details
  United States
Elizabeth Armstrong (GK)
Heather Petri
Ericka Lorenz
Brenda Villa (C)
Lauren Wenger
Natalie Golda
Patty Cardenas
Brittany Hayes (LH)
Elsie Windes
Alison Gregorka
Moriah van Norman
Kami Craig
Jaime Hipp (GK)
  Australia*
Emma Knox (GK)
Gemma Beadsworth
Nikita Cuffe
Rebecca Rippon
Suzie Fraser (LH)
Gemma Hadley
Taniele Gofers
Kate Gynther
Bronwen Knox
Mia Santoromito
Melissa Rippon (C)
Amy Hetzel
Alicia McCormack (GK)
  Russia
Valentina Vorontsova (GK)
Natalia Shepelina
Ekaterina Zubacheva
Sofia Konukh (C)
Alena Vylegzhanina
Nadezhda Glyzina-Fedotova
Ekaterina Pantyulina
Evgenia Soboleva
Natalia Ryzhova-Alenicheva
Olga Fomicheva
Elena Smurova
Anastasia Zubkova
Maria Kovtunovskaya (GK)
2009 Rome
details
  United States
Elizabeth Armstrong (GK)
Heather Petri
Brittany Hayes (LH)
Brenda Villa (C)
Lauren Wenger
Tanya Gandy
Kelly Rulon
Jessica Steffens
Elsie Windes
Alison Gregorka
Moriah van Norman
Kami Craig
Jaime Komer (GK)
  Canada
Rachel Riddell (GK)
Krystina Alogbo (C)
Katrina Monton
Emily Csikos
Joëlle Békhazi
Whitney Genoway
Rosanna Tomiuk
Dominique Perreault (LH)
Carmen Eggens
Christine Robinson
Tara Campbell
Marina Radu
Marissa Janssens (GK)
  Russia
Yevgeniya Protsenko (GK)
Nadezhda Glyzina-Fedotova
Ekaterina Prokofyeva
Sofia Konukh (C)
Alena Vylegzhanina
Natalia Ryzhova-Alenicheva
Ekaterina Pantyulina
Evgenia Soboleva
Anna Timofeeva
Olga Beliaeva
Evgeniya Ivanova
Yulia Gaufler
Maria Kovtunovskaya (GK)
2011 Shanghai
details
  Greece
Eleni Kouvdou (GK)
Christina Tsoukala
Antiopi Melidoni
Ilektra Psouni
Kyriaki Liosi
Alkisti Avramidou
Alexandra Asimaki
Antigoni Roumpesi (LH)
Angeliki Gerolymou
Triantafyllia Manolioudaki
Stavroula Antonakou
Georgia Lara
Eleni Goula (GK)
  China*
Yang Jun (GK)
Teng Fei (C)
Liu Ping
Sun Yujun
He Jin
Sun Yating
Song Donglun
Chen Yuan
Wang Yi
Ma Huanhuan
Sun Huizi
Zhang Lei
Wang Ying (GK)
  Russia
Maria Kovtunovskaya (GK)
Nadezhda Glyzina-Fedotova
Ekaterina Prokofyeva
Sofia Konukh (C)
Alexandra Antonova (LH)
Natalia Ryzhova-Alenicheva
Ekaterina Lisunova
Evgenia Soboleva
Ekaterina Tankeeva
Olga Beliaeva
Evgeniya Ivanova
Yulia Gaufler
Anna Karnaukh (GK)
2013 Barcelona
details
  Spain*
Laura Ester (GK)
Marta Bach
Anni Espar
Roser Tarragó
Matilde Ortiz
Jennifer Pareja (C)
Lorena Miranda
María del Pilar Peña (LH)
Andrea Blas
Ona Meseguer (LH)
Maica García Godoy
Laura López
Patricia Herrera (GK)
  Australia
Lea Barta (GK)
Jayde Appel
Hannah Buckling
Holly Lincoln-Smith
Isobel Bishop (LH)
Bronwen Knox (C)
Rowena Webster
Glencora McGhie
Zoe Arancini
Ashleigh Southern
Keesja Gofers
Nicola Zagame
Kelsey Wakefield (GK)
  Hungary
Flóra Bolonyai (GK)
Anna Illés
Dóra Antal
Dóra Kisteleki
Gabriella Szűcs
Orsolya Kasó (C)
Ibolya Kitti Miskolczi (LH)
Rita Keszthelyi
Ildikó Tóth
Barbara Bujka (LH)
Krisztina Garda
Katalin Menczinger
Orsolya Takács (GK)
2015 Kazan
details
  United States
Samantha Hill (GK)
Maddie Musselman
Melissa Seidemann
Rachel Fattal
Alys Williams
Maggie Steffens (C)
Courtney Mathewson
Kiley Neushul
Ashley Grossman
Kaleigh Gilchrist
Makenzie Fischer
Kami Craig
Ashleigh Johnson (GK)
  Netherlands
Laura Aarts (GK)
Yasemin Smit (C)
Dagmar Genee
Catharina van der Sloot
Amarens Genee
Nomi Stomphorst
Marloes Nijhuis
Vivian Sevenich (LH)
Maud Megens
Isabella van Toorn
Lieke Klaassen
Leonie van der Molen
Debby Willemsz (GK)
  Italy
Giulia Gorlero (GK)
Chiara Tabani
Arianna Garibotti
Elisa Queirolo
Federica Radicchi
Rosaria Aiello
Tania Di Mario (C)
Roberta Bianconi
Giulia Emmolo (LH)
Francesca Pomeri
Laura Barzon
Teresa Frassinetti
Laura Teani (GK)
2017 Budapest
details
  United States
Gabrielle Stone (GK)
Maddie Musselman
Melissa Seidemann
Rachel Fattal
Paige Hauschild
Maggie Steffens (C)
Jordan Raney
Kiley Neushul
Aria Fischer
Jamie Neushul
Makenzie Fischer
Alys Williams
Amanda Longan (GK)
  Spain
Laura Ester (GK)
Marta Bach
Anni Espar
Beatriz Ortiz
Matilde Ortiz
Helena Lloret
Clara Espar
María del Pilar Peña (C, LH)
Judith Forca
Paula Crespí
Anna Gual
Paula Leitón
Sandra Domene Pérez (GK)
  Russia
Anna Ustyukhina (GK)
Veronika Vakhitova
Ekaterina Prokofyeva (C)
Elvina Karimova
Maria Borisova
Olga Gorbunova
Alena Serzhantova
Anastasia Simanovich
Anna Timofeeva
Tatiana Tolkunova
Evgeniya Ivanova
Daria Ryzhkova
Anna Karnaukh (GK)
2019 Gwangju
details
  United States
Amanda Longan (GK)
Maddie Musselman
Melissa Seidemann
Rachel Fattal
Paige Hauschild
Maggie Steffens (C)
Stephania Haralabidis
Kiley Neushul
Aria Fischer
Kaleigh Gilchrist
Makenzie Fischer
Alys Williams
Ashleigh Johnson (GK)
  Spain
Laura Ester (GK)
Marta Bach
Anni Espar
Beatriz Ortiz
Roser Tarragó
Irene González
Clara Espar
María del Pilar Peña (C, LH)
Judith Forca
Paula Crespí
Maica García Godoy
Paula Leitón
Elena Sánchez (GK)
  Australia
Gabriella Palm (GK)
Keesja Gofers
Hannah Buckling
Bronte Halligan
Isobel Bishop (LH)
Bronwen Knox
Rowena Webster (C)
Amy Ridge
Zoe Arancini
Lena Mihailović
Elle Armit
Madeleine Steere
Lea Yanitsas (GK)

Multiple medalistsEdit

The following table is pre-sorted by total number of medals (in descending order), number of gold medals (in descending order), number of silver medals (in descending order), date of receiving the last medal (in ascending order), date of receiving the first medal (in ascending order), name of the player (in ascending order), respectively.

Seven female athletes won four medals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships.

Legend
  •     – Hosts
Female athletes who won four medals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships
Rk Player Birth Height Women's team Pos Water polo tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
Medals Ref
G S B T
1 Heather Petri 1978 1.80 m
(5 ft 11 in)
  United States FP 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 Does not appear 10 years
(23/33)
3 1 0 4 [7]
Brenda Villa 1980 1.63 m
(5 ft 4 in)
  United States FP 1998 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 13 years
(17/31)
3 1 0 4 [8]
3 Francesca Conti 1972 1.79 m
(5 ft 10 in)
  Italy GK 1994 1998 2001 2003 2005 Does not appear Does not appear 11 years
(22/33)
2 1 1 4 [9]
Melania Grego 1973 1.71 m
(5 ft 7 in)
  Italy FP 1994 1998 2001 2003 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 9 years
(21/30)
2 1 1 4 [10]
Giusi Malato 1971 1.70 m
(5 ft 7 in)
  Italy FP 1994 1998 2001 2003 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 9 years
(23/32)
2 1 1 4 [11]
Martina Miceli 1973 1.68 m
(5 ft 6 in)
  Italy FP 1994 1998 2001 2003 2005 2007 Does not appear 13 years
(20/33)
2 1 1 4 [12]
7 Sofia Konukh 1980 1.73 m
(5 ft 8 in)
  Russia FP 1998 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 13 years
(17/31)
0 0 4 4 [13]
Rk Player Birth Height Women's team Pos Water polo tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
G S B T Ref
Medals

Multiple gold medalistsEdit

The following table is pre-sorted by number of gold medals (in descending order), number of silver medals (in descending order), number of bronze medals (in descending order), date of receiving the last gold medal (in ascending order), date of receiving the first gold medal (in ascending order), name of the player (in ascending order), respectively.

Ten female athletes won three or more gold medals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships. They were all members of the United States women's national water polo team.

There are twenty-four female athletes who won two gold medals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships.

Legend
  •     – Hosts
Female athletes who won three or more gold medals in water polo at the World Aquatics Championships
Rk Player Birth Height Women's team Pos Water polo tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
Medals Ref
G S B T
1 Heather Petri 1978 1.80 m
(5 ft 11 in)
  United States FP 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 Does not appear 10 years
(23/33)
3 1 0 4 [7]
Brenda Villa 1980 1.63 m
(5 ft 4 in)
  United States FP 1998 2001 2003 2005 2007 2009 2011 13 years
(17/31)
3 1 0 4 [8]
3 Kami Craig 1987 1.81 m
(5 ft 11 in)
  United States FP 2007 2009 2011 2013 2015 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(19/28)
3 0 0 3 [14]
Rachel Fattal 1993 1.73 m
(5 ft 8 in)
  United States FP 2013 2015 2017 2019 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 6 years
(19/25)
3 0 0 3 [15]
Makenzie Fischer 1997 1.86 m
(6 ft 1 in)
  United States FP 2015 2017 2019 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 4 years
(18/22)
3 0 0 3 [16]
Maddie Musselman 1998 1.81 m
(5 ft 11 in)
  United States FP 2015 2017 2019 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 4 years
(17/21)
3 0 0 3 [17]
Kiley Neushul 1993 1.73 m
(5 ft 8 in)
  United States FP 2013 2015 2017 2019 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 6 years
(20/26)
3 0 0 3 [18]
Melissa Seidemann 1990 1.83 m
(6 ft 0 in)
  United States FP 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(21/29)
3 0 0 3 [19]
Maggie Steffens 1993 1.73 m
(5 ft 8 in)
  United States FP 2011 2013 2015 2017 2019 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(18/26)
3 0 0 3 [20]
Alys Williams 1994 1.81 m
(5 ft 11 in)
  United States FP 2015 2017 2019 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 4 years
(21/25)
3 0 0 3
Rk Player Birth Height Women's team Pos Water polo tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
G S B T Ref
Medals

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b After the breakup of Yugoslavia, FR Yugoslavia men's national water polo team participated at the 1998 and 2001 World Aquatics Championships. In 2003, after the country was renamed from FR Yugoslavia to Serbia and Montenegro, the team was also renamed to "Serbia and Montenegro men's national water polo team".

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "HistoFINA – Water polo medalists and statistics" (PDF). fina.org. FINA. September 2019. pp. 14, 57. Archived (PDF) from the original on 14 August 2020. Retrieved 22 August 2020.
  2. ^ a b c d "Slobodan Nikić". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  3. ^ a b "Andro Bušlje". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  4. ^ "Maro Joković". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  5. ^ "Josip Pavić". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  6. ^ "Sandro Sukno". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  7. ^ a b "Heather Petri". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  8. ^ a b "Brenda Villa". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  9. ^ "Francesca Conti". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  10. ^ "Melania Grego". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  11. ^ "Giusi Malato". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  12. ^ "Martina Miceli". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  13. ^ "Sofia Konukh". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  14. ^ "Kami Craig". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  15. ^ "Rachel Fattal". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  16. ^ "Makenzie Fischer". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  17. ^ "Maddie Musselman". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  18. ^ "Kiley Neushul". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  19. ^ "Melissa Seidemann". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.
  20. ^ "Maggie Steffens". olympedia.org. Olympedia. Retrieved 30 November 2020.

SourcesEdit

Official Reports (FINA)Edit

PDF documents on the FINA website:

Official Results Books (FINA)Edit

PDF documents on the Omega Timing website:

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OlympediaEdit

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Todor66Edit

Water polo on the Todor66 website:

External linksEdit