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Water polo at the 1988 Summer Olympics

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Water polo at the 1988 Summer Olympics as usual was part of the swimming sport, the other two being swimming and diving. They were not seen as three separate sports, because they all were governed by one federation — FINA. Water polo discipline consisted of one event: the men's team competition.

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In the preliminary round twelve teams were divided into two groups. The two best teams from each group (shaded ones) advanced to the semi-finals. The two numbers three and four played classification matches to determine places 5 through 8, with the earlier result taken with them. The rest of the teams also played classification matches to determine places 9 through 12.

Group A

  • September 21
  • Italy 9-9 Soviet Union
  • France 16-5 South Korea
  • Australia 11-13 West Germany
  • September 22
  • South Korea 1-11 Italy
  • France 9-10 West Germany
  • Australia 4-11 Soviet Union
  • September 23
  • South Korea 2-18 West Germany
  • Australia 5-7 Italy
  • France 4-18 Soviet Union
  • September 26
  • Italy 7-10 West Germany
  • South Korea 4-17 Soviet Union
  • France 6-7 Australia
  • September 27
  • France 8-14 Italy
  • Australia 13-2 South Korea
  • Soviet Union 8-9 West Germany
  • Group B

  • September 21
  • Hungary 12-10 Greece
  • United States 7-6 Yugoslavia
  • China 6-13 Spain
  • September 22
  • Greece 10-7 China
  • United States 7-9 Spain
  • Hungary 9-10 Yugoslavia
  • September 23
  • United States 14-7 China
  • Greece 7-17 Yugoslavia
  • Hungary 6-6 Spain
  • September 26
  • United States 18-9 Greece
  • Hungary 14-7 China
  • Spain 8-10 Yugoslavia
  • September 27
  • Greece 9-12 Spain
  • Hungary 9-10 United States
  • Yugoslavia 17-7 China
  • Semi finals

  • September 30
  • West Germany 10-14 Yugoslavia
  • Soviet Union 7-8 United States
  • Bronze medal match

  • October 1
  • West Germany 13-14 Soviet Union
  • Final

  • October 1
  • Yugoslavia 9-7 United States
  • Group D

  • September 30
  • Italy 9-9 Hungary
  • Australia 8-7 Spain
  • October 1
  • Australia 5-13 Hungary
  • Italy 9-11 Spain
  • Group E

  • September 30
  • France 11-4 China
  • South Korea 7-17 Greece
  • October 1
  • South Korea 7-14 China
  • France 7-10 Greece
  • References

    Water polo at the 1988 Summer Olympics Wikipedia


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