Waterpolopedia is like Wikipedia for the Water Polo World
Waterpolopedia is a unique, comprehensive, multi-lingual online reference and research tool for the water polo community. It is useful for research, reference and enhancing one's knowledge and appreciation of the sport.
- Words, terms, phrases and definitions used in the sport (e.g., eggbeater)
- Locations and venues where water polo is played (e.g., Huntington Beach)
- Water polo tournaments (e.g., Junior Olympics)
- Notable and professional water polo players (e.g., Johnny Weissmuller)
- International Swimming Hall of Fame inductees (e.g., Manuel Estiarte)
- Equipment, tools, devices and methodologies (e.g., weight ball)
- Manufacturers of water polo equipment (e.g., Mizuno)
- Coaches (e.g., Monte Nitzkowski)
- Governing bodies (e.g., FINA)
- Players, coaches, reporters, administrators, referees, officials and fans can look up, learn, input and edit all kinds of water polo information.
- Waterpolopedia was launched by Skyler Munatones and Steven Munatones in June 2014