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Water Polo is a sport which has been contested in every Olympic Games since the 1900 Summer Olympic Games in Paris - and will be contested again in 2012.

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Water polo first team sport?

Water Polo was introduced as a team sport to the Olympics in 1900 as were cricket, polo, rugby union, and tug of war. These five sports were the first five team sports played in the Olympics.


Is water polo included in the olympic games or has it ever been in the Olympics?

Water polo has been contested in the Summer Olympic Games since the 1900 Games in Paris. Water polo was among the first team sports to ever be played in the Olympics, along with cricket, polo, rugby union, and tug of war.


When did water polo come to the Olympics?

Men's water polo was first held at the 1900 Games in Paris and women's water polo was first held at the 2000 Games in Sydney.


Olympic water polo?

Water polo has been played at every Olympics since 1900 for men and 2000 for women


When was the first played water polo in the Olympics?

Water Polo is a sport which has been contested in every Olympic Games since the 1900 Summer Olympic Games in Paris - and will be contested again in 2012.


First Olympic team sport?

The first team sport in the Olympics was water polo.


Where will water polo be held in the Olympics 2012?

Water Polo Arena


When did water polo come to the US?

Water polo was first played in the USA in 1888.


What year did water polo came to America?

Water polo was first played in the USA in 1888


What sports are getting played at the Olympics?

Gymnastics,archery,swimming,beachvollyball,water polo,track and field


What name of water sport are the in the Olympics?

Water polo Swimming Diving


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