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Water polo at the 1952 Summer Olympics

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Water polo at the 1952 Summer Olympics

Final results for the water polo tournament at the 1952 Summer Olympics:

Water polo

Medal summary

Gold Silver Bronze
Hungary
Róbert Antal
Antal Bolvári
Dezső Fábián
Dezső Gyarmati
István Hasznos
László Jeney
György Kárpáti
Dezső Lemhényi
Kálmán Markovits
Miklós Martin
Károly Szittya
István Szivós
György Vizvári
Yugoslavia
Veljko Bakašun
Marko Brainović
Vladimir Ivković
Zdravko Ježić
Zdravko-Ćiro Kovačić
Ivo Kurtini
Lovro Radonjić
Ivo Štakula
Boško Vuksanović
Italy
Gildo Arena
Lucio Ceccarini
Renato De Sanzuane
Raffaello Gambino
Salvatore Gionta
Maurizio Mannelli
Geminio Ognio
Carlo Peretti
Enzo Polito
Cesare Rubini
Renato Traiola

Results

For the team rosters see: Water polo at the 1952 Summer Olympics - Men's team squads.

Participating nations

Final standings

Place Nation
1  Hungary (HUN)
2  Yugoslavia (YUG)
3  Italy (ITA)
4  United States (USA)
5  Netherlands (NED)
6  Belgium (BEL)
7  Soviet Union (URS)
8  Spain (ESP)
9  Great Britain (GBR)
 Egypt (EGY)
 Sweden (SWE)
 South Africa (RSA)
13  Austria (AUT)
 Germany (GER)
 Argentina (ARG)
 Brazil (BRA)
17  Australia (AUS)
 India (IND)
 Mexico (MEX)
 Portugal (POR)
 Romania (ROU)

References

  • International Olympic Committee medal database
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