List of Olympic Medalists in Water Polo
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List of Olympic Medalists in Water Polo
List of Olympic medalists in water polo
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Men's water polo has been part of the Summer Olympics program since 1900. Hungary men's national water polo team has won fifteen Olympic medals, becoming the most successful country in men's tournament. Women's water polo became an Olympic sport at the 2000 Olympics. Since then, the United States women's team has won five consecutive medals.

There are eight male and two female athletes who have won four or more Olympic medals in water polo. Dezs? Gyarmati of Hungary is the only athlete of either gender to win five Olympic medals in water polo.[1]

Men

Medalists by tournament

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1900 Paris
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 Great Britain (GBR)
Thomas Coe
Robert Crawshaw
William Henry
John Arthur Jarvis
Peter Kemp
Victor Lindberg
Frederick Stapleton
 Belgium (BEL)
Jean de Backer
Victor de Behr
Henri Cohen
Fernand Feyaerts
Oscar Grégoire
Albert Michant
Georges Romas
Guillaume Séron
Victor Sonnemans
A. R. Upton
 France (FRA)
Bill Burgess
Jules Clévenot
Alphonse Decuyper
Louis Laufray
Henri Peslier
Pesloy
Paul Vasseur
 France (FRA)
Eugène Coulon
Fardelle
Favier
Leriche
Louis Marc
Louis Martin
Charles Treffel
1904 St. Louis
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Water polo was a demonstration sport
1908 London
details[b][c]
 Great Britain (GBR)
George Cornet
Charles Forsyth
George Nevinson
Paul Radmilovic
Charles Smith
Thomas Thould
George Wilkinson
 Belgium (BEL)
Victor Boin
Herman Donners
Fernand Feyaerts
Oscar Grégoire
Herman Meyboom
Albert Michant
Joseph Pletincx
 Sweden (SWE)
Robert Andersson
Erik Bergvall
Pontus Hanson
Harald Julin
Torsten Kumfeldt
Axel Runström
Gunnar Wennerström
1912 Stockholm
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 Great Britain (GBR)
Isaac Bentham
Charles Bugbee
George Cornet
Arthur Edwin Hill
Paul Radmilovic
Charles Smith
George Wilkinson
 Sweden (SWE)
Robert Andersson
Vilhelm Andersson
Erik Bergqvist
Max Gumpel
Pontus Hanson
Harald Julin
Torsten Kumfeldt
 Belgium (BEL)
Victor Boin
Félicien Courbet
Herman Donners
Albert Durant
Oscar Grégoire
Herman Meyboom
Joseph Pletincx
1920 Antwerp
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 Great Britain (GBR)
Charles Bugbee
William Henry Dean
Christopher Jones
William Peacock
Noel Purcell
Paul Radmilovic
Charles Smith
 Belgium (BEL)
René Bauwens
Gérard Blitz
Maurice Blitz
Pierre Dewin
Albert Durant
Paul Gailly
Pierre Nijs
Joseph Pletincx
 Sweden (SWE)
Erik Andersson
Robert Andersson
Vilhelm Andersson
Nils Backlund
Erik Bergqvist
Max Gumpel
Pontus Hanson
Harald Julin
Torsten Kumfeldt
Theodor Nauman
1924 Paris
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 France (FRA)
Albert Deborgies
Noël Delberghe
Robert Desmettre
Paul Dujardin
Albert Mayaud
Henri Padou
Georges Rigal
 Belgium (BEL)
Gérard Blitz
Maurice Blitz
Joseph Cludts
Joseph De Combe
Pierre Dewin
Albert Durant
Georges Fleurix
Paul Gailly
Joseph Pletincx
Jules Thiry
Jean-Pierre Vermetten
 United States (USA)
Arthur Austin
Charles E. Collett
Jam Handy
Oliver Horn
Fred Lauer
George Mitchell
John Norton
Wally O'Connor
George Schroth
Herb Vollmer
Johnny Weissmuller
1928 Amsterdam
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 Germany (GER)
Max Amann
Karl Bähre
Emil Benecke
Johann Blank
Otto Cordes
Fritz Gunst
Erich Rademacher
Joachim Rademacher
 Hungary (HUN)
István Barta
Olivér Halassy
Márton Homonnai
Sándor Ivády
Alajos Keser?
Ferenc Keser?
József Vértesy
 France (FRA)
Émile Bulteel
Henri Cuvelier
Paul Dujardin
Jules Keignaert
Henri Padou
Ernest Rogez
Albert Thévenon
Achille Tribouillet
Albert Vandeplancke
1932 Los Angeles
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 Hungary (HUN)
István Barta
György Bródy
Olivér Halassy
Márton Homonnai
Sándor Ivády
Alajos Keser?
Ferenc Keser?
János Németh
Miklós Sárkány
József Vértesy
 Germany (GER)
Emil Benecke
Otto Cordes
Hans Eckstein
Fritz Gunst
Erich Rademacher
Joachim Rademacher
Hans Schulze
Heiko Schwartz
 United States (USA)
Austin Clapp
Philip Daubenspeck
Charles Finn
Charles McCallister
Wally O'Connor
Cal Strong
Herbert Wildman
1936 Berlin
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 Hungary (HUN)
Mihály Bozsi
Jen? Brandi
György Bródy
Olivér Halassy
Kálmán Hazai
Márton Homonnai
György Kutasi
István Molnár
János Németh
Miklós Sárkány
Sándor Tarics
 Germany (GER)
Bernhard Baier
Fritz Gunst
Josef Hauser
Alfred Kienzle
Paul Klingenburg
Heinrich Krug
Hans Schneider
Hans Schulze
Gustav Schürger
Helmuth Schwenn
Fritz Stolze
 Belgium (BEL)
Gérard Blitz
Albert Castelyns
Pierre Coppieters
Joseph De Combe
Henri De Pauw
Henri Disy
Fernand Isselé
Edmond Michiels
Henri Stoelen
1948 London
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 Italy (ITA)
Gildo Arena
Emilio Bulgarelli
Pasquale Buonocore
Aldo Ghira
Mario Majoni
Geminio Ognio
Gianfranco Pandolfini
Tullio Pandolfini
Cesare Rubini
 Hungary (HUN)
Jen? Brandi
Oszkár Csuvik
Dezs? Fábián
Dezs? Gyarmati (LH)
Endre Gy?rfi
Miklós Holop
László Jeney
Dezs? Lemhényi
Károly Szittya
István Szívós Sr.
 Netherlands (NED)
Cor Braasem
Hennie Keetelaar
Nijs Korevaar
Joop Rohner
Frits Ruimschotel
Piet Salomons
Frits Smol
Hans Stam
Ruud van Feggelen
1952 Helsinki
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 Hungary (HUN)
Róbert Antal
Antal Bolvári
Dezs? Fábián
Dezs? Gyarmati (LH)
István Hasznos
László Jeney
György Kárpáti
Dezs? Lemhényi
Kálmán Markovits
Miklós Martin
Károly Szittya
István Szívós Sr.
György Vizvári
 Yugoslavia (YUG)
Veljko Baka?un
Marko Brainovi?
Vladimir Ivkovi?
Zdravko Je?i?
Zdravko-?iro Kova?i?
Ivo Kurtini
Lovro Radonji?
Ivo ?takula
Bo?ko Vuksanovi?
 Italy (ITA)
Gildo Arena
Lucio Ceccarini
Renato De Sanzuane
Raffaello Gambino
Salvatore Gionta
Maurizio Mannelli
Geminio Ognio
Carlo Peretti
Enzo Polito
Cesare Rubini
Renato Traiola
1956 Melbourne
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 Hungary (HUN)
Antal Bolvári
Ottó Boros
Dezs? Gyarmati (LH)
István Hevesi
László Jeney
Tivadar Kanizsa
György Kárpáti
Kálmán Markovits
Mihály Mayer
István Szívós Sr.
Ervin Zádor
 Yugoslavia (YUG)
Ivo Cipci
Tomislav Franjkovi?
Vladimir Ivkovi?
Zdravko Je?i?
Hrvoje Ka?i?
Zdravko-?iro Kova?i?
Lovro Radonji?
Marijan ?u?ej
 Soviet Union (URS)
Viktor Ageyev
Pyotr Breus
Boris Goykhman
Nodar Gvakhariya
Vyacheslav Kurennoy
Boris Markarov
Petre Mshvenieradze
Valentin Prokopov
Mikhail Ryzhak
Yury Shlyapin
1960 Rome
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 Italy (ITA)
Amedeo Ambron
Danio Bardi
Giuseppe D'Altrui
Salvatore Gionta
Giancarlo Guerrini
Franco Lavoratori
Gianni Lonzi
Luigi Mannelli
Rosario Parmegiani
Eraldo Pizzo
Dante Rossi
Brunello Spinelli
 Soviet Union (URS)
Viktor Ageyev
Givi Chikvanaia
Leri Gogoladze
Boris Goykhman
Yury Grigorovsky
Anatoly Kartashov
Vyacheslav Kurennoy
Petre Mshvenieradze
Vladimir Novikov
Yevgeny Saltsyn
Vladimir Semyonov
 Hungary (HUN)
András Bodnár
Ottó Boros
Zoltán Dömötör
László Felkai
Dezs? Gyarmati (LH)
István Hevesi
László Jeney
Tivadar Kanizsa
György Kárpáti
András Katona
János Konrád
Kálmán Markovits
Mihály Mayer
Péter Rusorán
1964 Tokyo
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 Hungary (HUN)
Miklós Ambrus
András Bodnár
Ottó Boros
Zoltán Dömötör
László Felkai
Dezs? Gyarmati (LH)
Tivadar Kanizsa
György Kárpáti
János Konrád
Mihály Mayer
Dénes Pócsik
Péter Rusorán
 Yugoslavia (YUG)
Ozren Bona?i?
Zoran Jankovi?
Milan Mu?katirovi?
Ante Nardelli
Frane Nonkovi?
Vinko Rosi?
Mirko Sandi?
Zlatko ?imenc
Bo?idar Stani?i?
Karlo Stipani?
Ivo Trumbi?
 Soviet Union (URS)
Viktor Ageyev
Zenon Bortkevich
Eduard Egorov
Igor Grabovsky
Boris Grishin
Nikolay Kalashnikov
Nikolay Kuznetsov
Vladimir Kuznetsov
Leonid Osipov
Boris Popov
Vladimir Semyonov
1968 Mexico City
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 Yugoslavia (YUG)
Ozren Bona?i?
Dejan Dabovi?
Zdravko Hebel
Zoran Jankovi?
Ronald Lopatni
Uro? Marovi?
?or?e Peri?i?
Miroslav Poljak
Mirko Sandi?
Karlo Stipani?
Ivo Trumbi?
 Soviet Union (URS)
Aleksei Barkalov
Oleg Bovin
Givi Chikvanaia
Aleksandr Dolgushin
Yury Grigorovsky
Boris Grishin
Vadim Gulyayev
Leonid Osipov
Vladimir Semyonov
Aleksandr Shidlovsky
Viacheslav Skok
 Hungary (HUN)
András Bodnár
Zoltán Dömötör
László Felkai
Ferenc Konrád
János Konrád
Mihály Mayer
Endre Molnár
Dénes Pócsik
László Sárosi
János Steinmetz
István Szívós Jr.
1972 Munich
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 Soviet Union (URS)
Anatoly Akimov
Aleksei Barkalov
Aleksandr Dolgushin
Aleksandr Dreval
Vadim Gulyayev
Aleksandr Kabanov
Nikolay Melnikov
Leonid Osipov
Aleksandr Shidlovsky
Viacheslav Sobchenko
Vladimir Zhmudsky
 Hungary (HUN)
András Bodnár
Tibor Cservenyák
Tamás Faragó
István Görgényi
Zoltán Kásás
Ferenc Konrád
István Magas
Endre Molnár
Dénes Pócsik
László Sárosi
István Szívós Jr.
 United States (USA)
Peter Asch
Steven Barnett
Bruce Bradley
Stanley Cole
James Ferguson
Eric Lindroth
John Parker
Gary Sheerer
James Slatton
Russell Webb
Barry Weitzenberg
1976 Montreal
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 Hungary (HUN)
Gábor Csapó
Tibor Cservenyák
Tamás Faragó
György Gerendás
György Horkai
György Kenéz
Ferenc Konrád
Endre Molnár
László Sárosi
Attila Sudár
István Szívós Jr.
 Italy (ITA)
Alberto Alberani
Silvio Baracchini
Luigi Castagnola
Vincenzo D'Angelo
Gianni De Magistris
Riccardo De Magistris
Marcello Del Duca
Alessandro Ghibellini
Sante Marsili
Umberto Panerai
Roldano Simeoni
 Netherlands (NED)
Alex Boegschoten
Ton Buunk
Piet de Zwarte
Andy Hoepelman
Evert Kroon
Nico Landeweerd
Hans Smits
Gijze Stroboer
Rik Toonen
Hans van Zeeland
Jan Evert Veer
1980 Moscow
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 Soviet Union (URS)
Vladimir Akimov
Aleksei Barkalov
Yevgeny Grishin
Mikhail Ivanov
Aleksandr Kabanov
Sergey Kotenko
Giorgi Mshvenieradze
Mait Riisman
Erkin Shagaev
Yevgeny Sharonov
Viacheslav Sobchenko
 Yugoslavia (YUG)
Milivoj Bebi?
Zoran Gop?evi?
Milorad Krivokapi?
Bo?ko Lozica
Predrag Manojlovi?
Zoran Mustur
Damir Poli?
Zoran Roje
Ratko Rudi?
Slobodan Trifunovi?
Luka Vezili?
 Hungary (HUN)
Gábor Csapó
Tamás Faragó
György Gerendás
Károly Hauszler
György Horkai
István Kiss
László Kuncz
Endre Molnár
Attila Sudár
István Szívós Jr.
István Udvardi
1984 Los Angeles
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 Yugoslavia (YUG)
Dragan Andri?
Milivoj Bebi?
Perica Buki?
Veselin ?uho
Milorad Krivokapi?
Deni Lu?i?
Igor Milanovi?
Tomislav Pa?kvalin (LH)
Zoran Petrovi?
Andrija Popovi?
Zoran Roje
Goran Sukno
Bo?o Vuleti?
 United States (USA)
Doug Burke
Peter Campbell
Jody Campbell
Christopher Dorst
Gary Figueroa
Andrew McDonald
Kevin Robertson
Terence Schroeder
Timothy Shaw
John Siman
Jon Svendsen
Joseph Vargas
Craig Wilson
 West Germany (FRG)
Armando Fernández
Roland Freund
Rainer Hoppe
Thomas Huber
Thomas Loebb
Werner Obschernikat
Rainer Osselmann
Frank Otto
Peter Röhle
Jürgen Schröder
Hagen Stamm
Dirk Theismann
1988 Seoul
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 Yugoslavia (YUG)
Dragan Andri?
Mislav Bezmalinovi?
Perica Buki?
Veselin ?uho
Igor Go?anin
Deni Lu?i?
Igor Milanovi?
Tomislav Pa?kvalin (LH)
Renco Posinkovi?
Goran Ra?enovi?
Dubravko ?imenc
Aleksandar ?o?tar
Mirko Vi?evi?
 United States (USA)
James Bergeson
Greg Boyer
Peter Campbell
Jeff Campbell
Jody Campbell
Christopher Duplanty
Michael Evans
Douglas Kimbell
Craig Klass
Alan Mouchawar
Kevin Robertson
Terence Schroeder
Craig Wilson
 Soviet Union (URS)
Dmitry Apanasenko
Viktor Berendyuha
Mikheil Giorgadze
Yevgeny Grishin
Mikhail Ivanov
Aleksandr Kolotov
Sergey Kotenko
Serghei Marcoci
Nurlan Mendygaliyev
Giorgi Mshvenieradze
Sergey Naumov
Yevgeny Sharonov
Nikolai Smirnov
1992 Barcelona
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 Italy (ITA)
Francesco Attolico
Gianni Averaimo
Alessandro Bovo
Paolo Caldarella
Alessandro Campagna
Marco D'Altrui
Massimiliano Ferretti
Mario Fiorillo
Ferdinando Gandolfi
Amedeo Pomilio (LH)
Francesco Porzio (LH)
Giuseppe Porzio
Carlo Silipo
 Spain (ESP)
Daniel Ballart
Manuel Estiarte
Pedro García Aguado
Salvador Gómez
Marco Antonio González
Rubén Michavila
Miki Oca
Sergi Pedrerol (LH)
Josep Picó
Jesús Rollán
Ricardo Sánchez
Jordi Sans
Manuel Silvestre
 Unified Team (EUN)
Dmitry Apanasenko
Andrey Belofastov
Yevgeny Sharonov
Dmitry Gorshkov
Vladimir Karabutov
Aleksandr Kolotov
Andrei Kovalenko
Nikolay Kozlov
Serghei Marcoci
Sergey Naumov
Aleksandr Ogorodnikov
Aleksandr Chigir
Aleksey Vdovin
1996 Atlanta
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 Spain (ESP)
Josep María Abarca
Ángel Andreo
Daniel Ballart
Manuel Estiarte
Pedro García Aguado
Salvador Gómez
Iván Moro
Miki Oca
Jorge Payá
Sergi Pedrerol (LH)
Jesús Rollán
Jordi Sans
Carles Sans
 Croatia (CRO)
Maro Bali?
Perica Buki?
Damir Glavan
Igor Hini?
Vjekoslav Kobeak
Jo?ko Krekovi?
Ognjen Kr?i?
Dubravko ?imenc
Sini?a ?kolnekovi?
Ratko ?tritof
Tino Vegar
Renato Vrbi?i?
Zdeslav Vrdoljak
 Italy (ITA)
Alberto Angelini
Francesco Attolico
Fabio Bencivenga
Alessandro Bovo
Alessandro Calcaterra
Roberto Calcaterra
Marco Gerini
Alberto Ghibellini
Luca Giustolisi
Amedeo Pomilio (LH)
Francesco Postiglione
Carlo Silipo
Leonardo Sottani
2000 Sydney
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 Hungary (HUN)
Tibor Benedek (LH)
Péter Biros
Rajmund Fodor
Tamás Kásás
Gergely Kiss (LH)
Zoltán Kósz
Tamás Märcz
Tamás Molnár
Barnabás Steinmetz
Zoltán Szécsi
Bulcsú Székely
Zsolt Varga
Attila Vári
 Russia (RUS)
Roman Balashov
Dmitri Dugin
Sergey Garbuzov
Dmitry Gorshkov
Yuri Yatsev
Nikolay Kozlov
Nikolay Maksimov
Andrei Rekechinski
Dmitri Stratan
Revaz Chomakhidze
Aleksandr Yeryshov
Marat Zakirov
Irek Zinnurov
 Yugoslavia (YUG)[d]
Aleksandar ?iri?
Danilo Ikodinovi?
Viktor Jeleni?
Nikola Kulja?a
Aleksandar ?api?
Dejan Savi?
Aleksandar ?o?tar
Petar Trbojevi?
Veljko Uskokovi?
Jugoslav Vasovi?
Vladimir Vujasinovi?
Nenad Vukani?
Predrag Zimonji?
2004 Athens
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 Hungary (HUN)
Tibor Benedek (LH)
Péter Biros
Rajmund Fodor
István Gergely
Tamás Kásás
Gergely Kiss (LH)
Norbert Madaras (LH)
Tamás Molnár
Ádám Steinmetz
Barnabás Steinmetz
Zoltán Szécsi
Tamás Varga
Attila Vári
 Serbia and Montenegro (SCG)
Aleksandar ?iri?
Vladimir Gojkovi?
Danilo Ikodinovi?
Viktor Jeleni?
Predrag Joki?
Nikola Kulja?a
Slobodan Niki?
Aleksandar ?api?
Dejan Savi?
Denis ?efik
Petar Trbojevi?
Vanja Udovi?i?
Vladimir Vujasinovi?
 Russia (RUS)
Roman Balashov
Revaz Chomakhidze
Aleksandr Fyodorov
Sergey Garbuzov
Dmitry Gorshkov
Nikolay Kozlov
Nikolay Maksimov
Andrei Rekechinski
Dmitri Stratan
Aleksandr Yeryshov
Vitaly Yurchik
Marat Zakirov
Irek Zinnurov
2008 Beijing
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 Hungary (HUN)
Zoltán Szécsi
Tamás Varga
Norbert Madaras (LH)
Dénes Varga
Tamás Kásás
Norbert Hosnyánszky
Gergely Kiss (LH)
Tibor Benedek (LH)
Dániel Varga
Péter Biros
Gábor Kis
Tamás Molnár
István Gergely
 United States (USA)
Merrill Moses
Peter Varellas
Peter Hudnut
Jeff Powers
Adam Wright
Rick Merlo
Layne Beaubien
Tony Azevedo
Ryan Bailey
Tim Hutten
Jesse Smith
J. W. Krumpholz
Brandon Brooks
 Serbia (SRB)
Denis ?efik
?ivko Goci?
Andrija Prlainovi?
Vanja Udovi?i?
Dejan Savi?
Du?ko Pijetlovi?
Nikola Ra?en
Filip Filipovi? (LH)
Aleksandar ?iri?
Aleksandar ?api?
Vladimir Vujasinovi?
Branko Pekovi?
Slobodan Soro
2012 London
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 Croatia (CRO)
Josip Pavi?
Damir Buri?
Miho Bo?kovi?
Nik?a Dobud
Maro Jokovi? (LH)
Petar Muslim
Ivan Buljuba?i?
Andro Bu?lje
Sandro Sukno
Samir Bara?
Igor Hini?
Paulo Obradovi?
Frano Vi?an
 Italy (ITA)
Stefano Tempesti
Amaurys Pérez
Niccolò Gitto
Pietro Figlioli
Alex Giorgetti
Maurizio Felugo
Massimo Giacoppo
Valentino Gallo (LH)
Christian Presciutti
Deni Fiorentini
Matteo Aicardi
Danijel Premu?
Giacomo Pastorino
 Serbia (SRB)
Slobodan Soro
Aleksa ?aponji?
?ivko Goci?
Vanja Udovi?i?
Du?an Mandi? (LH)
Du?ko Pijetlovi?
Slobodan Niki?
Milan Aleksi?
Nikola Ra?en
Filip Filipovi? (LH)
Andrija Prlainovi?
Stefan Mitrovi?
Gojko Pijetlovi?
2016 Rio
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 Serbia (SRB)
Gojko Pijetlovi?
Du?an Mandi? (LH)
?ivko Goci?
Sava Ran?elovi?
Milo? ?uk
Du?ko Pijetlovi?
Slobodan Niki?
Milan Aleksi?
Nikola Jak?i?
Filip Filipovi? (LH)
Andrija Prlainovi?
Stefan Mitrovi?
Branislav Mitrovi?
 Croatia (CRO)
Josip Pavi?
Damir Buri?
Antonio Petkovi?
Luka Lon?ar
Maro Jokovi? (LH)
Luka Buki?
Xavier García (LH)
Andro Bu?lje
Sandro Sukno
Ivan Krapi?
An?elo ?etka
Marko Macan
Marko Bija?
 Italy (ITA)
Stefano Tempesti
Francesco Di Fulvio
Niccolò Gitto
Pietro Figlioli
Alessandro Velotto
Michaël Bodegas
Andrea Fondelli
Valentino Gallo (LH)
Christian Presciutti
Nicholas Presciutti
Matteo Aicardi
Alessandro Nora
Marco Del Lungo
2020 Tokyo
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Multiple medalists

The following table is pre-sorted by total number of Olympic medals (in descending order), number of Olympic gold medals (in descending order), number of Olympic silver medals (in descending order), date of receiving the last Olympic medal (in ascending order), date of receiving the first Olympic medal (in ascending order), name of the player (in ascending order), respectively.

Eight male athletes won four or more Olympic medals in water polo. Aside from Belgian player Joseph Pletincx who won medals before World War II[2], all were members of the Hungary men's national water polo team. Dezs? Gyarmati is the first and only athlete (man or woman) to win five Olympic medals in water polo (three gold, one silver and one bronze).[1]

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Male athletes who won four or more Olympic medals in water polo
Rk Player Birth Height Men's team Pos Water polo tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
Medals Ref
G S B T
1 Dezs? Gyarmati 1927 1.86 m
(6 ft 1 in)
 Hungary FP 1948 1952 1956 1960 1964 16 years
(20/36)
3 1 1 5 [1]
2 György Kárpáti 1935 1.67 m
(5 ft 6 in)
 Hungary FP 1952 1956 1960 1964 Does not appear 12 years
(17/29)
3 0 1 4 [3]
3 László Jeney 1923 1.81 m
(5 ft 11 in)
 Hungary GK 1948 1952 1956 1960 Does not appear 12 years
(25/37)
2 1 1 4 [4]
4 Mihály Mayer 1933 1.85 m
(6 ft 1 in)
 Hungary FP 1956 1960 1964 1968 Does not appear 12 years
(22/34)
2 0 2 4 [5]
5 András Bodnár 1942 1.80 m
(5 ft 11 in)
 Hungary FP 1960 1964 1968 1972 Does not appear 12 years
(18/30)
1 1 2 4 [6]
Endre Molnár 1945 1.85 m
(6 ft 1 in)
 Hungary GK 1968 1972 1976 1980 Does not appear 12 years
(23/34)
1 1 2 4 [7]
István Szívós Jr. 1948 2.02 m
(6 ft 8 in)
 Hungary FP 1968 1972 1976 1980 Does not appear 12 years
(20/32)
1 1 2 4 [8]
8 Joseph Pletincx 1888  Belgium FP 1908 1912 1920 1924 Does not appear 16 years
(20/36)
0 3 1 4 [2]
Rk Player Birth Height Men's team Pos Water polo tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
G S B T Ref
Medals

Forty-seven male athletes won three Olympic medals in water polo.

Male athletes who won three Olympic medals in water polo
Rk Player Birth Height Men's team Pos Tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
Medals Ref
G S B T
9 Paul Radmilovic 1886 1.80 m
(5 ft 11 in)
 Great Britain FP 1908 1912 1920 1924 1928 20 years
(22/42)
3 0 0 3 [9]
Charles Smith 1879 1.86 m
(6 ft 1 in)
 Great Britain GK 1908 1912 1920 1924 Does not appear 16 years
(29/45)
3 0 0 3 [10]
Tibor Benedek 1972 1.90 m
(6 ft 3 in)
 Hungary FP 1992 1996 2000 2004 2008 16 years
(20/36)
3 0 0 3 [11]
Péter Biros 1976 1.96 m
(6 ft 5 in)
 Hungary FP 2000 2004 2008 2012 Does not appear 12 years
(24/36)
3 0 0 3 [12]
Tamás Kásás 1976 2.00 m
(6 ft 7 in)
 Hungary FP 1996 2000 2004 2008 2012 16 years
(20/36)
3 0 0 3 [13]
Gergely Kiss 1977 1.98 m
(6 ft 6 in)
 Hungary FP 2000 2004 2008 2012 Does not appear 12 years
(22/34)
3 0 0 3 [14]
Tamás Molnár 1975 1.93 m
(6 ft 4 in)
 Hungary FP 2000 2004 2008 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(25/33)
3 0 0 3 [15]
Zoltán Szécsi 1977 1.98 m
(6 ft 6 in)
 Hungary GK 2000 2004 2008 2012 Does not appear 12 years
(22/34)
3 0 0 3 [16]
17 Olivér Halassy 1909 1.55 m
(5 ft 1 in)
 Hungary FP 1928 1932 1936 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(18/27)
2 1 0 3 [17]
Márton Homonnai 1906 1.85 m
(6 ft 1 in)
 Hungary FP 1924 1928 1932 1936 Does not appear 12 years
(18/30)
2 1 0 3 [18]
István Szívós Sr. 1920 1.85 m
(6 ft 1 in)
 Hungary FP 1948 1952 1956 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(27/36)
2 1 0 3 [19]
Aleksei Barkalov 1946 1.80 m
(5 ft 11 in)
 Soviet Union FP 1968 1972 1976 1980 Does not appear 12 years
(22/34)
2 1 0 3 [20]
Perica Buki? 1966 1.98 m
(6 ft 6 in)
 Yugoslavia FP 1984 1988 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(18/30)
2 1 0 3 [21]
 Croatia Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 1996 Does not appear
22 Kálmán Markovits 1931 1.78 m
(5 ft 10 in)
 Hungary FP 1952 1956 1960 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(20/28)
2 0 1 3 [22]
Ottó Boros 1929 1.86 m
(6 ft 1 in)
 Hungary GK 1956 1960 1964 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(27/35)
2 0 1 3 [23]
Tivadar Kanizsa 1933 1.80 m
(5 ft 11 in)
 Hungary FP 1956 1960 1964 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(23/31)
2 0 1 3 [24]
25 Fritz Gunst 1908  Germany FP 1928 1932 1936 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(19/27)
1 2 0 3 [25]
26 Leonid Osipov 1943 1.87 m
(6 ft 2 in)
 Soviet Union FP 1964 1968 1972 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(21/29)
1 1 1 3 [26]
Dénes Pócsik 1940 1.95 m
(6 ft 5 in)
 Hungary FP 1964 1968 1972 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(24/32)
1 1 1 3 [27]
Ferenc Konrád 1945 1.83 m
(6 ft 0 in)
 Hungary FP 1968 1972 1976 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(23/31)
1 1 1 3 [28]
László Sárosi 1946 1.83 m
(6 ft 0 in)
 Hungary FP 1968 1972 1976 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(22/29)
1 1 1 3 [29]
Tamás Faragó 1952 1.94 m
(6 ft 4 in)
 Hungary FP 1972 1976 1980 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(20/27)
1 1 1 3 [30]
Slobodan Niki? 1983 1.97 m
(6 ft 6 in)
 Serbia and Montenegro FP 2004 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(21/33)
1 1 1 3 [31]
 Serbia Does not appear Does not appear 2012 2016 Does not appear
32 Zoltán Dömötör 1935 1.86 m
(6 ft 1 in)
 Hungary FP 1960 1964 1968 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(25/33)
1 0 2 3 [32]
László Felkai 1941 1.80 m
(5 ft 11 in)
 Hungary FP 1960 1964 1968 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(19/27)
1 0 2 3 [33]
János Konrád 1941 1.83 m
(6 ft 0 in)
 Hungary FP 1960 1964 1968 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(18/27)
1 0 2 3 [34]
Yevgeny Sharonov 1958 1.89 m
(6 ft 2 in)
 Soviet Union GK 1980 Does not appear 1988 Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(21/33)
1 0 2 3 [35]
International Olympic Committee Unified Team Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 1992 Does not appear
Filip Filipovi? 1987 1.96 m
(6 ft 5 in)
 Serbia FP 2008 2012 2016 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(21/29)
1 0 2 3 [36]
?ivko Goci? 1982 1.93 m
(6 ft 4 in)
 Serbia FP 2008 2012 2016 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(25/33)
1 0 2 3 [37]
Du?ko Pijetlovi? 1985 1.97 m
(6 ft 6 in)
 Serbia FP 2008 2012 2016 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(23/31)
1 0 2 3 [38]
Andrija Prlainovi? 1987 1.87 m
(6 ft 2 in)
 Serbia FP 2008 2012 2016 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(21/29)
1 0 2 3 [39]
40 Oscar Grégoire 1877  Belgium FP 1900 1908 1912 Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(23/35)
0 2 1 3 [40]
Albert Durant 1892  Belgium 1912 1920 1924 Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(20/32)
0 2 1 3 [41]
Gérard Blitz 1901  Belgium FP 1920 1924 1928 Does not appear 1936 16 years
(19/35)
0 2 1 3 [42]
Vladimir Semyonov 1938 1.84 m
(6 ft 0 in)
 Soviet Union FP 1960 1964 1968 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(22/30)
0 2 1 3 [43]
44 Robert Andersson 1886  Sweden FP 1908 1912 1920 Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(21/33)
0 1 2 3 [44]
Pontus Hanson 1884  Sweden FP 1908 1912 1920 Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(24/36)
0 1 2 3 [45]
Harald Julin 1890  Sweden 1908 1912 1920 Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(18/30)
0 1 2 3 [46]
Torsten Kumfeldt 1886  Sweden 1908 1912 1920 Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(22/34)
0 1 2 3 [47]
Viktor Ageyev 1936 1.84 m
(6 ft 0 in)
 Soviet Union FP 1956 1960 1964 Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(20/28)
0 1 2 3 [48]
Dmitry Gorshkov 1967 1.80 m
(5 ft 11 in)
International Olympic Committee Unified Team FP 1992 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(25/37)
0 1 2 3 [49]
 Russia Does not appear 1996 2000 2004 Does not appear
Nikolay Kozlov 1972 1.92 m
(6 ft 4 in)
International Olympic Committee Unified Team FP 1992 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(20/32)
0 1 2 3 [50]
 Russia Does not appear 1996 2000 2004 Does not appear
Aleksandar ?iri? 1977 1.92 m
(6 ft 4 in)
 FR Yugoslavia FP 2000 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(22/30)
0 1 2 3 [51]
 Serbia and Montenegro Does not appear 2004 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear
 Serbia Does not appear Does not appear 2008 Does not appear Does not appear
Aleksandar ?api? 1978 1.88 m
(6 ft 2 in)
 FR Yugoslavia FP 1996 2000 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(18/30)
0 1 2 3 [52]
 Serbia and Montenegro Does not appear Does not appear 2004 Does not appear Does not appear
 Serbia Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 2008 Does not appear
Dejan Savi? 1975 1.90 m
(6 ft 3 in)
 FR Yugoslavia FP 1996 2000 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(21/33)
0 1 2 3 [53]
 Serbia and Montenegro Does not appear Does not appear 2004 Does not appear Does not appear
 Serbia Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 2008 Does not appear
Vladimir Vujasinovi? 1973 1.87 m
(6 ft 2 in)
 FR Yugoslavia FP 1996 2000 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 12 years
(22/34)
0 1 2 3 [54]
 Serbia and Montenegro Does not appear Does not appear 2004 Does not appear Does not appear
 Serbia Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 2008 Does not appear
Vanja Udovi?i? 1982 1.93 m
(6 ft 4 in)
 Serbia and Montenegro FP 2004 Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear Does not appear 8 years
(21/29)
0 1 2 3 [55]
 Serbia Does not appear 2008 2012 Does not appear Does not appear
Rk Player Birth Height Men's team Pos Tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
G S B T Ref
Medals

Source: "Athlete Medal Leaders" on Sports Reference website.

Women

Medalists by tournament

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2000 Sydney
details
 Australia (AUS)
Liz Weekes
Yvette Higgins
Gail Miller
Naomi Castle
Bronwyn Mayer
Simone Hankin
Danielle Woodhouse
Kate Hooper
Debbie Watson
Taryn Woods
Bridgette Gusterson
Joanne Fox (LH)
Melissa Mills
 United States (USA)
Robin Beauregard
Ellen Estes
Ericka Lorenz
Heather Moody
Bernice Orwig
Maureen O'Toole
Nicolle Payne
Heather Petri
Kathy Sheehy
Coralie Simmons
Julie Ertel
Brenda Villa
Courtney Johnson
 Russia (RUS)
Marina Akobiya
Ekaterina Anikeeva
Sofia Konukh
Maria Koroleva
Natalia Kutuzova
Svetlana Kuzina
Yuliya Petrova
Tatiana Petrova
Galina Rytova
Elena Smurova
Elena Tokun
Irina Tolkunova
Ekaterina Vassilieva
2004 Athens
details
 Italy (ITA)
Carmela Allucci
Alexandra Araújo
Silvia Bosurgi
Francesca Conti
Tania Di Mario
Elena Gigli
Melania Grego
Giusi Malato
Martina Miceli
Maddalena Musumeci
Cinzia Ragusa
Noémi Tóth
Emanuela Zanchi
 Greece (GRE)
Dimitra Asilian
Georgia Ellinaki
Eftychia Karagianni
Angeliki Karapataki
Stavroula Kozompoli
Georgia Lara
Kyriaki Liosi
Antiopi Melidoni
Antonia Moraiti
Evangelia Moraitidou
Anthoula Mylonaki
Aikaterini Oikonomopoulou
Antigoni Roumpesi (LH)
 United States (USA)
Robin Beauregard
Margaret Dingeldein
Ellen Estes
Jacqueline Frank
Natalie Golda
Ericka Lorenz
Heather Moody
Thalia Munro
Nicolle Payne
Heather Petri
Kelly Rulon
Amber Stachowski
Brenda Villa
2008 Beijing
details
 Netherlands (NED)
Ilse van der Meijden
Yasemin Smit
Mieke Cabout
Biurakn Hakhverdian
Marieke van den Ham (LH)
Daniëlle de Bruijn (LH)
Iefke van Belkum
Noeki Klein
Gillian van den Berg
Alette Sijbring
Rianne Guichelaar (LH)
Simone Koot
Meike de Nooy
 United States (USA)
Elizabeth Armstrong
Heather Petri
Brittany Hayes (LH)
Brenda Villa
Lauren Wenger
Natalie Golda
Patty Cardenas
Jessica Steffens
Elsie Windes
Alison Gregorka
Moriah van Norman
Kami Craig
Jaime Komer
 Australia (AUS)
Emma Knox
Gemma Beadsworth
Nikita Cuffe
Rebecca Rippon
Suzie Fraser (LH)
Bronwen Knox
Taniele Gofers
Kate Gynther
Jenna Santoromito
Mia Santoromito
Melissa Rippon
Amy Hetzel
Alicia McCormack
2012 London
details
 United States (USA)
Tumuaialii Anae
Elizabeth Armstrong
Kami Craig
Annika Dries
Courtney Mathewson
Heather Petri
Kelly Rulon
Melissa Seidemann
Jessica Steffens
Maggie Steffens
Brenda Villa
Lauren Wenger
Elsie Windes
 Spain (ESP)
Marta Bach
Andrea Blas
Ana Copado
Anni Espar
Laura Ester
Maica García Godoy
Laura López
Lorena Miranda
Ona Meseguer (LH)
Matilde Ortiz
Jennifer Pareja
María del Pilar Peña (LH)
Roser Tarragó
 Australia (AUS)
Gemma Beadsworth
Victoria Brown
Kate Gynther
Bronwen Knox
Holly Lincoln-Smith
Alicia McCormack
Jane Moran
Glencora Ralph
Melissa Rippon
Sophie Smith
Ashleigh Southern
Rowena Webster
Nicola Zagame
2016 Rio
details
 United States (USA)
Samantha Hill
Maddie Musselman
Melissa Seidemann
Rachel Fattal
Aria Fischer
Maggie Steffens
Courtney Mathewson
Kiley Neushul
Caroline Clark
Kaleigh Gilchrist
Makenzie Fischer
Kami Craig
Ashleigh Johnson
 Italy (ITA)
Giulia Gorlero
Chiara Tabani
Arianna Garibotti
Elisa Queirolo
Federica Radicchi
Rosaria Aiello
Tania Di Mario
Roberta Bianconi
Giulia Emmolo (LH)
Francesca Pomeri
Aleksandra Cotti
Teresa Frassinetti
Laura Teani
 Russia (RUS)
Anna Ustyukhina
Maria Borisova
Ekaterina Prokofyeva
Elvina Karimova
Nadezhda Glyzina-Fedotova
Olga Gorbunova
Ekaterina Lisunova
Anastasia Simanovich
Anna Timofeeva
Evgenia Soboleva
Evgeniya Ivanova
Anna Grineva
Anna Karnaukh
2020 Tokyo
details

Multiple medalists

Brenda Villa of the United States won four Olympic medals in water polo between 2000 and 2012.

The following table is pre-sorted by total number of Olympic medals (in descending order), number of Olympic gold medals (in descending order), number of Olympic silver medals (in descending order), date of receiving the last Olympic medal (in ascending order), date of receiving the first Olympic medal (in ascending order), name of the player (in ascending order), respectively.

Three female athletes won three or more Olympic medals in water polo. Heather Petri and Brenda Villa, both representing the United States, are the only two female athletes to win four Olympic medals in water polo.[56][57]

Legend
  •     - Hosts
Female athletes who won three or more Olympic medals in water polo
Rk Player Birth Height Women's team Pos Water polo tournament Period
(age of
first/last)
Medals Ref
G S B T
1 Heather Petri 1978 1.80 m
(5 ft 11 in)
 United States FP 2000 2004 2008 2012 12 years
(22/34)
1 2 1 4 [56]
Brenda Villa 1980 1.63 m
(5 ft 4 in)
 United States FP 2000 2004 2008 2012 12 years
(20/32)
1 2 1 4 [57]
3 Kami Craig 1987 1.81 m
(5 ft 11 in)
 United States FP 2008 2012 2016 Does not appear 8 years
(21/29)
2 1 0 3 [58]

Source: "Athlete Medal Leaders" on Sports Reference website.

See also

Notes

  1. ^ France had four teams compete in 1900. Bronze medals were given to the losers of both semifinals; France took both bronze.
  2. ^ Having drawn a bye in the first round and having received a walkover against Austria in the semi-final, the final was the only match that Great Britain played during the tournament.
  3. ^ There was no bronze medal match for the 1908 Games in London. Belgium beat Netherlands in the only one first round match and beats Sweden in the only one semifinal.
  4. ^ After the breakup of Yugoslavia, FR Yugoslavia men's national water polo team participated at the 1996 and 2000 Olympics, and won a bronze medal in 2000.

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Official Reports (IOC)

PDF documents in the LA84 Foundation Digital Library:

Official Results Books (IOC)

PDF documents in the LA84 Foundation Digital Library:

PDF documents on the FINA website:

PDF documents in the Olympic World Library:

Official Reports (FINA)

PDF documents on the FINA website:

Olympedia

Water polo on the Olympedia website:

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