Istanbul hosts international junior water polo tournament

The Russian national team took the first place in this tournament, losing only to Georgia. Georgia, Turkey and Malta also participated.

As part of the Russian national team:

  1. Galkin Egor, February 18, 2004, Chekhov, UOR No.4
  2.  Ivan Golubkov, January 19, 2004, Kirishi, "KINEF"
  3. Devyatkin Semyon, 06.10.2004, Volgograd, Spartak-Volgograd
  4. Egor Yemtsev, May 21, 2004, St. Petersburg, SHORE on the NevichE Wave Air Force
  5. Timofeev Kobylenko, 03.10.2004, Volgograd, Spartak-Volgograd
  6. Kravchenko Egor, 30.03.2004, St. Petersburg, SHORE on the NnevSkaya Wave Air Force
  7. Kirill Kurilov, 07.05.2004, St. Petersburg, SHORE on the Nevskaya Wave Air Force
  8. Pankin Pavel, 08.09.2004, Moscow, GBU COP Torpedo
  9. Evgeny Pushkarev, 02.01.2004, Ruza, SHOR by the Air Force of the MoD Ruza
  10. Ryazanov Stanislav, 02.04.2005, Chelyabinsk, MBU SHOR 7
  11. Safonov Artemiy, 02.10.2004, St. Petersburg, SHORE on the NevSkaya Wave Air Force
  12. Sachkov Ilya, January 24, 2004, Moscow, SS No.7 Rainbow
  13. Smirnov Nikita, May 28, 2004, St. Petersburg, SHORE by the Air Force "EKRAN"
  14. Tazeyev Rail, 11.06.2005, Kazan, SHORE water polo

Sergey Rodionov – Senior Coach

Kintsurashvili Kaha Rezojevic – coach

Evgeny Trubetskaya – coach

Results:

Friday, July 5

18.00 Russia – Georgia 9-13 (3-3, 2-2, 2-4, 2-4)

Saturday, July 6

19.15 Turkey – Russia 8-15 (2-3, 3-4, 1-5, 2-3)

Sunday, July 7

10.00 Malta – Russia 4-22 (1-5, 1-5, 1-4, 1-8)

Read more: https://www.waterpolo.ru/news/single?id=34

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