There are many countries that play the water polo. Over 100 countries in various part of the world play the water polo.
those two sports are totally different the polo is the land sport and water polo is a water sport :D
womens water polo players play in a 25 metre pool and mens water polo players play in a 30 metre pool
Water polo in Spanish is: polo acuático. Yo juego al polo acuático.
For mens water polo there are 14 colleges/universities that play in division III. For women's water polo there are 19 colleges/universities that play in division III.
water polo swim suite, a pool, team mates and there opponets also the water polo ball
in a swimming pool
they played hockey water polo and things like that they played hockey water polo and things like that
water polo was invented in england, when people wanted to play a form of soccer in their lakes and rivers
YES! water polo is intense.You are playing probably the most toughest and roughest game ever invented. You like many others will feel this intensity when you play. Water polo is the most intense game anyone will ever play.
play water polo
A horse that can swim
A water polo goal, a shot clock, a score board, a water polo ball, and last but not least the player. Water polo swimming apparel are speedos, and a cap saying the number/team color. No goggles are worn.
Most countries play water polo in some shape or form, ranging from national teams competing in the likes of the Olympics to school and small-time clubs just playing for fun. It would probably be easier to list the countries that do not play water polo than those that do.
It has been said that polo players that did not have the money to play on the campos (fields) played on the beaches and as the tide rose, they had to play in the water and ended up ditching the horses. This could just be legend but it is a fun story.
rugby,cricket and water polo
water polo is in the water and pollo uses horses and is on land water polo is in the water and polo is on land and it involves horses.
Water Polo is a very different sport to Polo. The way it is played is completely different and the equipment is different. There are no horses involved, just like there are no mallets involved and the ball is also different. Water Polo has its own rules.
Hmm. Well, you could play polo, on a horse in a field. You could play water polo in a pool. Either of these, I suppose you would play for fun. Marco Polo was a famous Italian who traveled to China. If there were a drama about him, you could play Marco Polo by wearing a costume and reciting lines. Why would you? Probably the same reason you might play Romeo or Juliet or Richard III.
Charles Hines has written: 'How to play and teach water polo' -- subject(s): Water polo
Yes, yes indeed water polo is gay. If you play water polo then you have nothing to do with your life and just want to prune in a pool full of men in speedos with raisin dicks. Try a new sport like beer-pong or hopscotch. I have never met a water polo player that was not a complete fag**t. If you watch horror movies by yourself and worship the devil, go play water polo. You should play a harder sport like hotdog eating or extreme sheep wrestling.
Pretty much anyone from the age of 11 can play, and there is even a junior version of water polo called 'flippaball' for 9 and 10 year olds.