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Challengers' Cup water polo set for Singapore debut

Singapore.— New faces under a new banner will enjoy Singaporean hospitality with the men’s FINA Water Polo Challengers’ Cup starting on Tuesday.

Formerly known as the Development Trophy, instituted in 2007 and run every second year, the competition has had a chequered career and brought many a new water polo country to the international stage.

Previous winners have been Colombia (2007), Kuwait (2009), Saudi Arabia (2011), Uzbekistan (2013), Iran (2015) and Uruguay (2017).

FINA Water Polo Challengers Cup 2019
Singapore City, Singapore

Budapest, Day 3: Kamminga wins 4 just like Hosszu, who extends unbeaten run to 65 in 200m IM

Arno Kamminga completed a treble in the breaststroke events on the last day of the Budapest stop of the FINA Swimming World Cup and the Dutch added a 4th gold in the mixed relays to join Katinka Hosszu on the top amongst the multi-medal winners. The home hero also clinched her fourth gold here in Budapest and extended her historical unbeaten run in the 200m IM to 65 races.

Swimming World Cup 2019
Budapest, Duna Arena (HUN)