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Question 1: In the 2008 NCAA Women's Water Polo Championship, the ________ women beat University of Southern California 6 to 3, for their fourth consecutive championship title.
University of California, BerkeleyCalifornia Institute of TechnologyUniversity of California, Los AngelesUniversity of California, Irvine

Question 2: [6] An international water polo committee was formed in 1929, consisting of representatives from Great Britain and the International Amateur Swimming Federation (________).
FINA World Masters ChampionshipsFINAFINA World Aquatics ChampionshipsFINA World Swimming Championships (25 m)

Question 3: The rules of water polo were originally developed in the late nineteenth century in ________ by William Wilson.
United KingdomGreat BritainScotlandEngland

Question 4: [9] Another major figure in the sport was Tamás Faragó,[10] who led ________ to Olympic Medals in 1972, 1976 and 1980.
PolandCroatiaHungarySlovenia

Question 5: In 2008, Tim Hutten from ________ and Courtney Mathewson from UCLA won the Cutinos.
University of California, IrvineUniversity of California, Los AngelesUniversity of California, DavisStanford University

Question 6: In the 2007 Men's NCAA Finals, the ________ Golden Bears defended their 2006 title by defeating the No.
University of California, IrvineStanford UniversityUniversity of California, Los AngelesUniversity of California, Berkeley

Question 7: The most famous water polo match in history is probably the ________ semi-final match between Hungary and the Soviet Union.
1956 Summer OlympicsBaseball at the 1956 Summer OlympicsField hockey at the 1956 Summer Olympics1968 Summer Olympics







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