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11.04.2016

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Groups draw for the Water Polo Olympic tournament in Rio de Janeiro

Date

Sun, Apr 10 2016 7:30 PM — Sun, Apr 10 2016 9:30 PM

Made the draw for the Olympic tournaments to the federal center Bruno Bianch in Trieste at the presence, among others, of the liaison bureau for water polo of the Federation Internationale de Natation Dimitris Diathesopoulos and the Chairman of the Technical Commission Gianni Lonzi, the Secretary Paolo Barelli and the Director General Cornel Marculescu. 

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Men's Tournament 
 
Line 1: Serbia and Croatia
Line 2: Greece and Montenegro
Line 3: USA and Australia
Line 4: France and Japan
Line 5: Hungary and Italy
Line 6: Spain and Brazil

Group A: 1. Serbia, 2. Greece, 3. Brazil, 4. Australia, 5. Japan, 6. Hungary
Group B: 1.
USA, 2. Spain, 3. France, 4. Montenegro, 5. Italy, 6. Croatia 

Rules: 12 teams divided into two groups of six teams each; round-robin with the quarterfinals to cross (first against fourth and second against third). Then semi-finals and finals.

There will be two (2) groups of six (6) teams, which form groups A and B. Each group will play a round robin. The four (4) highest ranked teams in each group will qualify for the Quarter Final Round. The fifth and sixth ranked teams in each group will be eliminated and will not play anymore.

Preliminary Round – 6 August 2016 – Day 1

1. A1 – A6     3. A2 – A5    5. B3 – B4
2. A3 – A4     4. B1 – B6     6. B2 – B5

 

Preliminary Round – 8 August 2016 – Day 2

7. B6 – B4    9.   B1 – B2     11. A5 – A3
8. B5 – B3    10. A6 – A4    12. A1 – A2

 

Preliminary Round – 10 August 2016 – Day 3

13. A4 – A5    15. A3 – A1    17. B2 – B6
14. A2 – A6    16. B4 – B5     18. B3 – B1

 

Preliminary Round – 12 August 2016 – Day 4

19. B6 – B5    21. B2 – B3     23. A1 – A4
20. B1 – B4    22. A6 – A5    24. A2 – A3

 

Preliminary Round – 14 August 2016 – Day 5

25. A3 – A6    27. A1 – A5    29. B4 – B2
26. A4 – A2    28. B3 – B6     30. B1 – B5

 

The first, second, third and fourth placed teams in Group and and Group B form a Group D or eight (8) teams. Group D plays a modified single elimination format.

Games played in the Preliminary Round may be repeated in the Quarter Final, Semi Final or Final Round. All games played in group D must be played so that a definite winner is declared. Accordingly it may be necessary to apply the Water Polo Rules relating to penalty shoot-out.

 

Quarter Final Round – 16 August 2016 – Day 6

31. 1A – 4B    32. 2A – 3B    33. 3A – 2B    34. 4A – 1B

 

Semi Final Round – 18 August 2016 – Day 7

35. L31 – L33    36. L32 – L34    37. W31 – W33    38. W32 – W34

 

Final Round – 20 August 2016 – Day 8

39. L35 – L26 (Winner 7th, Loser 8th)
40. W35 – W36 (Winner 5th, Loser 6th)
41. L37 – L38 (Winner 3rd, Loser 4th)
42. W37 – W38 (Winner 1st, Loser 2nd)

 

Games 31 through 42 must be played to a conclusion, accordingly it may be necessary to apply the Water Polo Rules relating to penalty shoot-out.

Please note that the Management Committee of FINA Competitions may change the order and schedule of games to meet with the requirements of the Host Federation and/or television provided that at least twenty four (24) hours’ notice is given.

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Women's Tournament

Line 1: Hungary and Australia
Line 2: USA and Italy
Line 3: Russia and China
Line 4: Spain and Brazil

Group A: 1. Italy, 2. Russia, 3. Australia, 4. Brazil
Group B: 1. Spain, 2. China, 3. Hungary, 4. USA

Rules: 8 teams divided into two groups of four teams each; round-robin with the quarterfinals to cross (first against fourth and second against third). Then semi-finals and finals.

There will be two (2) groups of six (6) teams, which form groups A and B. Each group will play a round robin. The four (4) highest ranked teams in each group will qualify for the Quarter Final Round. The fifth and sixth ranked teams in each group will be eliminated and will not play anymore.

Preliminary Round – 6 August 2016 – Day 1

1. A1 – A6     3. A2 – A5    5. B3 – B4
2. A3 – A4     4. B1 – B6     6. B2 – B5

 

Preliminary Round – 8 August 2016 – Day 2

7. B6 – B4    9.   B1 – B2     11. A5 – A3
8. B5 – B3    10. A6 – A4    12. A1 – A2

 

Preliminary Round – 10 August 2016 – Day 3

13. A4 – A5    15. A3 – A1    17. B2 – B6
14. A2 – A6    16. B4 – B5     18. B3 – B1

 

Preliminary Round – 12 August 2016 – Day 4

19. B6 – B5    21. B2 – B3     23. A1 – A4
20. B1 – B4    22. A6 – A5    24. A2 – A3

 

Preliminary Round – 14 August 2016 – Day 5

25. A3 – A6    27. A1 – A5    29. B4 – B2
26. A4 – A2    28. B3 – B6     30. B1 – B5

 

The first, second, third and fourth placed teams in Group and and Group B form a Group D or eight (8) teams. Group D plays a modified single elimination format.

Games played in the Preliminary Round may be repeated in the Quarter Final, Semi Final or Final Round. All games played in group D must be played so that a definite winner is declared. Accordingly it may be necessary to apply the Water Polo Rules relating to penalty shoot-out.

 

Quarter Final Round – 16 August 2016 – Day 6

31. 1A – 4B    32. 2A – 3B    33. 3A – 2B    34. 4A – 1B

 

Semi Final Round – 18 August 2016 – Day 7

35. L31 – L33    36. L32 – L34    37. W31 – W33    38. W32 – W34

 

Final Round – 20 August 2016 – Day 8

39. L35 – L26 (Winner 7th, Loser 8th)
40. W35 – W36 (Winner 5th, Loser 6th)
41. L37 – L38 (Winner 3rd, Loser 4th)
42. W37 – W38 (Winner 1st, Loser 2nd)

 

Games 31 through 42 must be played to a conclusion, accordingly it may be necessary to apply the Water Polo Rules relating to penalty shoot-out.

 

Please note that the Management Committee of FINA Competitions may change the order and schedule of games to meet with the requirements of the Host Federation and/or television provided that at least twenty four (24) hours’ notice is given.


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