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Water polo at the 1964 Summer Olympics

Final results for the water polo tournament at the 1964 Summer Olympics:

FIRST ROUND

Group A: Italy,4; Romania,2; Japan,0

Group B: USSR,4; Germany,2; Australia,0

Group C: Yugoslavia,6; Netherlands,4; USA,2; Brazil,0

Group D: Hungary,4; Belgium,2; United Arab Rep.,0

SEMI-FINAL

Group A/B: USSR,5; Italy,4; Romania,3; Germany,0

Group C/D: Yugoslavia,5; Hungary,5; Netherlands,2; Belgium,0

FINAL ROUND

Places 5 to 8: 5.Romania,4; 6.Germany,4; 7.Belgium,2; 8.Netherlands,2

Final: 1.HUNGARY,5; 2.Yugoslavia,5; 3.USSR,2; 4.Italy,0

Medal summary

Gold Silver Bronze
Hungary
Miklós Ambrus
László Felkai
János Konrád
Zoltán Dömötör
Tivadar Kanizsa
Péter Rusorán
György Kárpáti
Mihály Mayer
Dezső Gyarmati
Dénes Pócsik
András Bodnár
Yugoslavia
Milan Muškatirović
Ivo Trumbić
Vinko Rosić
Zlatko Šimenc
Božidar Stanišić
Ante Nardeli
Zoran Janković
Mirko Sandić
Frane Nonković
Ozren Bonačić
Karlo Stipanić
Soviet Union
Igor Grabovsky
Vladimir Kuznetsov
Boris Grishin
Boris Popov
Nikolai Kalashnikov
Zenon Bortkevich
Nikolay Kuznetsov
Vladimir Semyonov
Viktor Ageev
Leonid Osipov
Eduard Egorov

References

  • Official Olympic Report, volume 2, part 1, page 273

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