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11 enero 2019

Day 6 Champions League videos





http://www2.len.eu/?p=13715&fbclid=IwAR34nglZnxxvZXla9Dl69SASKcGJgmhrDAh5oBeD-4wL3H0jbx34l-lNG00

all videos:  https://www.dailymotion.com/LENChampions




25 diciembre 2018

Day 5 Champions League

foto de LEN.



Champions League, Main Round, Day 5 – Summary http://www2.len.eu/?page_id=4113

Powerful demonstrations from Recco and Jug, two more draws in Group B
Spectacular away wins, the fifth in as many matches – both the players of Pro Recco (ITA) and Jug Dubrovnik (CRO) should enjoy a merry Christmas as unbeaten leaders of the respective groups. Brescia (ITA) added another important win over Dynamo (RUS), just as Ferencvaros against Eger in the all-Hungarian clash in Group A. Two thrilling draws, between Szolnok (HUN) and Olympiacos (GRE), and Mladost (CRO) and BPM (ITA), demonstrated the extreme tightness of Group B.
The big match of the day between the two unbeaten sides of Group A offered the very best of water polo. Host Barceloneta took a quick 2-0 lead, Recco responded with five connecting goals and by halftime the Italians were 4-10 up. What came next was a breath-taking surge from the Spaniards who scored six goals in eight minutes to set up an exciting finish. Though for a while it stood 11-12 in the fourth, Recco scored the last three goals and secured its fifth win.
The other Italian side Brescia earned three more points by beating another close rival: two weeks ago they defeated Eger, now kept the game against Dynamo under firm control. After a balanced first half the hosts gain a three-goal lead in the third and never looked back.
Ferencvaros stayed close to the top ranked sides by pushing aside fellow Hungarian club Eger. The Super Cup winners enjoyed a fine evening and just as in their previous three encounters this autumn, they pulled off a multiple-goal victory. Steaua (ROU) did a clean job against Crvena Zvezda (SRB) to earn its first win in the prelims.
In Group B Jug went for 5/5 as the Croats came up with an outstanding performance in Hannover. They staged a 0-7 run in the second period, led 1-10 in the third before the future host team of the Final 8 started climbing back to settle for a relatively nice score-line.
The battle of the champions turned into a thriller: 2017 winner Szolnok and title-holder Olympiacos was never separated by more than one goal in the game and exchanged the lead from time to time. It stood 5-5 after three periods, then came an action-packed closing session with four goals apiece. For a while the Greeks seemed to have it at 7-8 but Gergo Zalanki blasted two for Szolnok, the second came with 11 seconds to go. However, Evgenios Gounas’ free-throw somehow slipped in from Viktor Nagy’s back with 0:02 on the clock so the game finished in a draw (the second in a row for the Hungarians).
Though it wasn’t a satisfying outcome for the two sides, the late news from Zagreb might console them a bit since neither Mladost (CRO), nor BPM (ITA) could get three points. It was a tremendous fight, the Croats took a 4-2 lead in the first half but the visitors hit back with five goals in the third while Mladost missed a series of man-ups (including a 6 on 4). An early extraman goal from Cosmin Radu brought the game to even once more and this goal turned out to be the lonely one scored in the final period.
This was the 5th draw in this group in as many rounds and to further demonstrate its tightness another game was decided by a single goal: Spandau (GER) earned its first win by upending Jadran (CRO). The Croats had a better spell in the first half but with three connecting goals the Berliners took an 8-6 lead in the third. Jadran came back to 8-8 and 9-9 but Spandau managed to build a two-goal lead again and the visitors could only pull one back with a minute remaining but had no real chance to save the game to a draw.
Enough to have a look at the ranks in this group to see that 2019 promise a rather exciting hunt for the three available F8 spots as Hannover, currently sitting on the last place, already qualified as the host.
Champions League, Day 5
Group A
Atletic Barceloneta (ESP) v Pro Recco (ITA) 11-15
FTC-Telekom Budapest (HUN) v ZF Eger (HUN) 16-9
AN Brescia (ITA) v Dynamo Moscow (RUS) 10-8
Steaua Bucharest B. A. (ROU) v Crvena Zvezda (SRB) 8-3
Standings:
  1. Recco 15, 2. Barceloneta 12, 3. 3. Brescia 12, 4. Ferencvaros 9, 5. Eger 6, 6. Dynamo 3, 7. Steaua 3, 8. Zvezda 0

Group B
Szolnoki Dozsa (HUN) v Olympiacos Piraeus (GRE) 9-9
Waspo 98 Hannover (GER) v Jug Dubrovnik (CRO) 7-14
Spandau 04 (GER) v Jadran Split (CRO) 12-11
HAVK Mladost Zagreb (CRO) v BPM Sport Management (ITA) 7-7
Standings:
1. Jug 15, 2. Busto BPM 10, 3. Olympiacos 8, 4. Mladost 8, 5. Szolnok 5, 6. Spandau 4. 7. Jadran 3, 8. Hannover 2

17 diciembre 2018

Cuestiones y consejos.….. del reglamento (nº 55 Noviembre 2018)

Cuestiones y consejos.….. del reglamento (nº 55 Noviembre 2018)



Temporada 2018-2019

Lo que ha sucedido, aplicación del reglamento y consideraciones a tener en
cuenta.......

55.1.- Cuando un jugador/a pierda el gorro durante el juego, el reglamento indica “se lo
volverá a poner en la siguiente parada apropiada del juego cuando su equipo esté en
posesión de la pelota”. Por ello y siguiendo el criterio establecido por FINA y LEN,
entenderemos como parada apropiada, la que se produce después de un gol o durante un
tiempo muerto. Sin descartar otras situaciones, en las que será posible efectuar la acción.

55.2.- Debemos controlar también que los gorros de reserva, que los equipos deben
tener en su propio banquillo, estén preparados para su uso inmediato, si así fuera
necesario. Debemos evitar retrasar la reanudación del juego por la “búsqueda” del gorro
que se precisa, por encontrarse este, mezclado con el resto de gorros del equipo. En esta
situación, se procederá al cambio del jugador sin más dilaciones.

55.3.- Aplicación FINA. Si se produce la expulsión disciplinaria (WP 21.13) de un
jugador del equipo que ha de efectuar un lanzamiento de penalti, en esta situación, la
sustitución de este jugador se debe realizar antes del lanzamiento del penalti.

55.4.- En el momento de proceder a anotar en el anexo del acta de un partido, una
expulsión disciplinaria (WP 21.13) o de brutalidad (21.14), es muy importante detallar
como se ha producido la acción, sin hacer ninguna valoración de la misma. Debemos
evitar las valoraciones en el sentido de “…. sin intención de hacer daño” o “…. no lo
suficiente”.
Así mismo, debemos asegurarnos que lo indicado en el anexo está suficientemente
claro y comprensible.

55.5.- Debemos aplicar estrictamente lo expresado en el articulo (WP 7.3) de nuestro
reglamento. En demasiadas ocasiones, se señala una falta ordinaria a favor del equipo en
posesión de la pelota con situación de ventaja, esta señalización frena cualquier
posibilidad de que la acción acabe en gol, o en su defecto la falta cometida pudiera
transformarse en una falta de expulsión o penalti.

55.6.- Aplicación FINA. Se recuerda, que un jugador expulsado que no abandona el
campo de juego, si este se “reengancha” al juego cuando su equipo recupera la pelota, la
sanción que debe aplicarse será la siguiente:
 Si el jugador no interfiere en el juego, se sancionará en base a lo indicado en
el artículo WP 21.16 (reentrada irregular= expulsión por 20 segundos).
 Si el jugador interfiere en el juego, se sancionará en base a lo indicado en el
artículo WP 22.4. Penalti y el jugador no deberá salir del campo de juego, pues
no es necesario que complete el tiempo de expulsión, pues este finalizó con el
cambio de posesión. (intervención de un jugador expulsado=penalti).

55.7.- Coger del bañador debe castigarse con expulsión si la acción es cometida por el
defensor o falta de ataque si quién la comete es el jugador atacante. Debemos estar muy
atentos a esta circunstancia, especialmente cuando coger del bañador se produce por
fuera del agua, a la vista de todo el mundo.

55.8.- Se recuerda que sumergirse bajo el agua voluntariamente, para a continuación
emerger y participar en el juego no está permitido, dado que ese jugador viene de una
situación de ventaja ante sus rivales, deberá sancionarse la infracción como falta, y en
función del grado de la misma, se determinará la sanción final a aplicar.

55.9.- Se recomienda no entablar diálogos con el entrenador de un equipo,
especialmente si ese diálogo, se produce mientras se está desarrollando el juego y el
diálogo es totalmente audible.

55.10.- Se siguen produciendo demasiadas situaciones en las que el jugador del equipo
defensor, comete falta contra un jugador atacante en cualquier lugar del campo de juego,
con el único objetivo de detener o retrasar el ataque, estas acciones (falta táctica) deben
sancionarse como falta de expulsión (articulo WP 21.11).
Definición falta táctica: Cualquier acción cuyo objetivo sea impedir un pase o acciones
de ataque que puedan acabar en gol.

55.11.- Después de la señalización de una falta por brutalidad con el juego en “marcha”
(no después de un gol, durante un tiempo muerto o entre períodos), independientemente
del lanzamiento o no del penalti o penaltis, el juego se reanudará con los sustitutos de los
jugadores expulsados fuera del campo de juego. Se han de cumplir SIEMPRE los 4
minutos de expulsión.

55.12.- La coordinación entre ambos árbitros, debe producirse antes, durante e incluso
después de los partidos, ello nos va a permitir gestionar de una forma correcta las
diferentes situaciones durante el partido.

RESUMEN INSTRUCCIONES JORNADAS TÉCNICAS CNA WATERPOLO - TEMPORADA 2018 – 2019

  “Ayudar” al ataque. Ley de la ventaja , señalar infracción cuando jugador/a ya no puede continuar con la acción. 

 Sancionar, impedir el movimiento (estricta aplicación WP 21.8). Proteger el libre movimiento y la fluidez del juego, un concepto clave.

 Control de banquillos. Respeto. 

 Coger del bañador. Si defensa, expulsión. Si atacante, falta en ataque. 

 Cooperación y coordinación entre ambos árbitros. 

 Juego violento y la brutalidad deben tener sanción, siempre.

18 octubre 2018

Day 1 Champions League VIDEOS

foto de Jaume Teixidó.



all videos 

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Champions League, Main Round, Day 1 – Summary

BPM upsets Olympiacos, Szolnok, Jug struggle but win 
A newcomer couldn’t imagine any better debut than the one BPM Sport Management Busto had on Wednesday as the Italian side beat title-holder Olympiacos (GRE). The previous two champions, Szolnok (HUN) and Jug (CRO), overcame some headaches before managed to clinch narrow wins – at the same time Recco (ITA), Barceloneta (ESP) and Ferencvaros (HUN) all opened their respective campaigns with massive victories.
Excitements are yet to arrive to Group A encounters as the favourite teams dominated Day 1 here. Though Crvena Zvezda (SRB) managed to keep up with Recco for more than two periods and trailed 4-5 early in the third but the remaining 14:46 minutes turned into a nightmare for the Serbs. The Italian giants produced a 0-12 rush, making their legendary coach Ratko Rudic’s premiere with Recco a memorable one.
Ferencvaros, returning to the Champions League stage after 17 years, demonstrated why many keep the Magyar side one of the strongest in the field. With some sparkling attacking play they blew away Dynamo (RUS) in the middle two periods when they did the damage with a 9-2 run.
The clash of Barceloneta and Eger (HUN) was tight for a while, the Spaniards led 6-4 before the last break but in the fourth they took the upper hand and netted as many goals as in the first three periods. They won almost as easily as they did back in May in the quarterfinals in the Final Eight tourney in Genoa.
Brescia (ITA) had some tough moments in Bucharest, the Italians took a 3-7 lead before the last break, but Steaua climbed back to 5-7. However, Pietro Figlioli put away a man-up from the following possession and that closed down the match.
In Group B the teams already offered some appetiser of how tight the fights would going to be here: a single goal separated the teams in three matches while the fourth ended in a tie.
The biggest blast came in Busto Arizio where BPM Sport Management – an absolute rookie in the series with a first-ever appearance ever in the top club competition – stunned title-holder Olympiacos in an outstanding match. The second period proved to be decisive when the Italians walked on water, scored four unanswered goals while their goalie Dejan Lazovic made a series of brilliant saves. The Greek lost their composure, and even though the home side slowed down too in the third, still, Olympiacos was shut out for an embarrassingly long period of 17:05 minutes before they could score again for 6-3 with 0:41 to go till the last break. Though the Greeks scored twice in 90 seconds for 7-6 in the fourth but the last goal came just one minute before the end and they couldn’t net the equaliser from their last possession.
2017 winner, though since a bit reshaped Szolnok seemed to have an easy job against newcomer Jadran Split (CRO) but after leading 3-0 and 5-2 the Hungarians’ concentration level dropped and the Croats used this chance to stay close. They even had a man-up to go even in the last minute but missed it, letting Szolnok sail away with a narrow win.
Something similar happened to Jug (CRO), the 2016 champions ruled the game in Berlin, led 1-4 at halftime and 4-7 with 3:09 to go. Spandau fought on, though, and with two goals in 17 seconds they earned the chance to save the game to a tie. However, the remaining 2:40 minutes only saw two missed man-ups from Jug and no real scoring chance for the Germans.
The other Croatian-German duel was even more thrilling in Zagreb where F8 host Hannover took a 2-6 lead in the second period, then Mladost came up with a 4-0 rush while shutting out the Germans for 8:03 minutes. Early in the fourth the young hosts even went ahead at 8-7 but Hannover replied with three goals in a row. There was one more twist in the story: with 74 seconds to go, the visitors led 9-11 but Lovre Milos pulled one back nine seconds later and after Hannover missed a 6 on 5, Antonio Petkovic could net the equaliser by just beating the buzzer with a great distance shot.

16 octubre 2018

Liga PREMAAT 2018-2019 Videos Real Canoe NC-CN Sabadell 6/10/18

QRII LEN Euro Cup , Marseille






12/10/18 viernes
18,30h Primorac Kotor (MNE) - BVSC Zugló Budapest (HUN) 6-9 (1-1, 0-2, 2-4, 3-2) Teixidó-Berishvili

20,00h CN Marseille (FRA) – VK Primorje Rijeka (CRO) 14-6 (3-1, 5-1, 3-1, 3-3) Alexandrescu-Castagnola

13/10/18 sábado
18,30h CN Marseille (FRA) – VK Primorac Kotor (MNE) 10-7 (2-2, 3-2, 3-0,2-3) Castagnola-Teixidó

20,00h VK Primorje Rijeka (CRO) – BVSC Zugló Budapest (HUN) Alexandrescu-Belishvili 7-12 (1-3, 3-4, 2-1, 1-4)


14/10/18 domingo
11,00h VK Primorac Kotor (MNE) – VK Primorje Rijeka (CRO) 16-11 (4-3, 2-1, 5-5, 5-2) Castagnola-Belishvili
12,30h CN Marseille (FRA) – BVSC Zugló Budapest (HUN) 12-6 (2-1, 3-1, 3-1, 4-3) Alexandrescu-Teixidó



                                




CLASIFICACION FINAL DEL CAMPEONATO:
Se clasifican para ¼ de final de LEN Euro Cup CN Marseille (FRA)(1º) y VK Primorac Kotor (MNE) (2º), eliminados BVSC Zuglo Budapest (HUN) (3º) y VK Primorje Rijeka (CRO) (4º)




LINKS:







QRI LEN Euro Cup , Savona (ITA)



28/09/18 18,30h CN Marseille (FRA) 15-0 SG Neukolln Berlín (GER)  (4-0, 4-0, 3-0, 4-0) Korizna-Teixidó

28/09/18 20,00h RN Savona (ITA) 5-6 VK Mornar Split (CRO) (1-3, 0-1, 1-1,3-1) Birakis (GRE)-Szekely (HUN)

29/09/18 18,30h VK Mornar Split (CRO) 8-10 CN Marseille (FRA) (2-2, 1-4, 2-1, 3-3) Korizna (POL)-Szekely(HUN)

29/09/18 20,00h RN Savona (ITA) 10-6 SG Neukolln Berlin (GER) (4-1, 2-2, 2-2,2-1) Birakis (GRE)-Teixidó (ESP)

30/09/18 10,00h SG Neukolln Berlin (GER) 4-15 VK Mornar Split (CRO) (0-6, 1-3, 1-3, 2-3) Korizna (POL)-Birakis (GRE)

30/09/18 11,30h RN Savona (ITA) 4-12 CN Marseille (FRA) (0-3, 0-2, 3-5, 1-2) Szekely (HUN)-Teixidó (ESP)



CLASIFICACION FINAL DEL CAMPEONATO:

1-CN Marseille (FRA), 2- VK Mornar Split (CRO) que pasan a la siguiente ronda y, eliminados, 3- RN Savona (ITA) 4-SG Neukolln Berlín (GER)










05 septiembre 2018

17th FINA Women´s Water Polo World Cup, Surgut 2018


foto de Jaume Teixidó.












Ceremonia de clausura Copa del Mundo Femenina Copa FINA 2018


EE.UU. - Rusia. Copa del Mundo Femenina Copa FINA 2018 Gold Medal
Match #24. 19:30 W19–W20 USA United States of America vs.RUS Russian Federation Gold Medal  8-5 (2-1, 3-1, 2-1, 1-2) Savinovic (CRO)-Severo (ITA) Willis (RSA) Johnson (AUS) Goal Judges Teixidó (ESP) 30” Pinker/Krivokapic

España - Australia. Copa del Mundo Femenina Copa FINA 2018 Bronze Medal

Match #23. 18:00 L19–L20 ESP Spain vs.AUS Australia8-9 (0-2, 4-2, 2-3, 2-2)
Deslieres (CAN) Bronze Medal Naumov (RUS) Zhao/Brochero


23 agosto 2018

Szombathely 2018, 4th FINA World Men´s Youth Water Polo Championships





foto de Jaume Teixidó.

foto de Jaume Teixidó.

foto de Jaume Teixidó.

foto de Jaume Teixidó.

Final rankings
1. Greece
2. Spain
3. Hungary
4. Serbia
5. Italy
6. Croatia
7. Montenegro
8. Australia
9. United States
10. Russia
11. Brazil
12. Colombia
13. Egypt
14. New Zealand
15. South Africa
16. Argentina
17. Canada
18. Saudi Arabia
19. China
20. Uzbekistan

08 agosto 2018

foto de World Water Polo Referee's Association.



DELEGATES

Mr. Andrey KRYUKOV FINA TWPC Bureau Liaison
Mr. Lolo IBERN FINA TWPC Chairman
Mr. Wim KEMAN FINA TWPC Honorary Secretary
Mr. Nasser AL DEGHAITHER FINA TWPC Member
Mr. Yasser IDRIS FINA TWPC Member
Mr. Takeshi INOUE FINA TWPC Member
Mr. Richard PAPAZIAN FINA TWPC Member
Mr. Andy HOEPELMAN FINA TWPC Member
Mr. Eugenio MARTINEZ FINA TWPC Member
Mr. Milorad KRIVOKAPIC FINA TWPC Member
Mr. Evgeny SHARONOV FINA TWPC Member
Dr. Andras BONDAR Medical & Anti-Doping Delegate
Mr. Gergely CSURKA FINA Media Committee Member
Ms. Voula KOZOMPOLI FINA Athletes Committee Member

REFEREES

Neutral Referees:

Mr Vakhtang MEBUKE (GEO)
Mr. Reynel CASTILLO (PUR)
Mr. Frank OHME (GER)
Mr. Sebastien DERVIEUX (FRA)

Referees with the Team:

ARG Mr. Diego GARIBALDI
AUS Mr. Andrey CARNEY
BRA Mr. Fabio TOFFOLI
CAN Mr. Mikhail DYKMAN
CHN Mr. Ziliang CHEN
COL Mr. Camilo LOPEZ
CRO Mr. Jakov BLASKOVIC
EGY Mr. Yasser Ali MEHALHEL
ESP Mr. David GOMEZ
GRE Mr. Andreas MOIRALIS
HUN Mr. Gabor VOGEL
ITA Mr. Stefano PINATO
KSA Mr. Ahmad Hussain ALMUALEM
MNE Mr. Andrija DURASKOVIC
NZL Mr. John WALDOW
RSA Mr. Peter LA MARQUE
RUS Mr. Pavel LETUNOVSKIY
SRB Mr. Andreja STANOJEVIC
USA Mr. Humberto NAVARRO
UZB Mr. Evgeny MALININ