Russia wins battle against Team GB in women's Water Polo Chloe Wilcox of Great Britain battles with Olga Beliaeva of Russia during the women's Water Polo Preliminary match between Great Britain and Russia on Day 3.
Water Polo has been in the Summer Games since 1990 of Paris, France. Women made their debut in 2000 of Sydney, Australia. Hungary, Italy and Great Britain have historically dominated this sport, with the first having won more gold medals than the other two combined. There are two teams in a game & six field players and one goalkeeper.
Captain Tony Azevedo scored four goals Thursday as the U.S. men's water polo team beat Britain 13-7 to remain undefeated at the London Olympics. The win put the United States on top of Group B with six points, one ahead of gold medal-favorite Serbia with two preliminary stage matches to go. Go Team USA!