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Year Gold Silver Bronze
2016 Serbia Croatia Italy
2012 Croatia Italy Serbia
2008 Hungary United States Serbia
2004 Hungary Serbia & Montenegro Russia
2000 Hungary Russia Serbia & Montenegro
1996 Spain Croatia Italy
1992 Italy Spain Soviet Union (EUN)
1988 Yugoslavia United States Soviet Union
1984 Yugoslavia United States West Germany
1980 Soviet Union Yugoslavia Hungary
1976 Hungary Italy Netherlands
1972 Soviet Union Hungary United States
1968 Yugoslavia Soviet Union Hungary
1964 Hungary Yugoslavia Soviet Union
1960 Italy Soviet Union Hungary
1956 Hungary Yugoslavia Soviet Union
1952 Hungary Yugoslavia Italy
1948 Italy Hungary Netherlands
 
1936 Hungary Germany Belgium
1932 Hungary Germany United States
1928 Germany Hungary France
1924 France Belgium United States
1920 Great Britain Belgium Sweden
1912 Great Britain Sweden Belgium
1908 Great Britain Belgium Sweden
1904 United States (New York) United States (Chicago) United States (Missouri)
1900 Great Britain Belgium France

Rosters (since 1948) top

2016 2012 2008 2004 2000 1996 1992 1988 1984 1980 1976 1972 1968 1964 1960 1956 1952 1948

Rio de Janeiro 2016 top

Serbia Croatia Italy
Milan Aleksic, Milos Cuk, Filip Filipovic, Zivko Gocic, Nikola Jaksic, Dusan Mandic, Branislav Mitrovic, Stefan Mitrovic, Slobodan Nikic, Dusko Pijetlovic, Gojko Pijetlovic, Andrija Prlainovic, Sava Randelovic. (Coach: Dejan Savic) Marko Bijac, Luka Bukic, Damir Buric, Andro Buslje, Javier Garcia Gadea, Maro Jokovic, Ivan Krapic, Luka Loncar, Marko Macan, Josip Pavic, Antonio Petkovic, Andelo Setka, Sandro Sukno. (Coach: Ivica Tucak) Matteo Aicardi, Michael Alexandre Bodegas, Marco Del Lungo, Francesco Di Fulvio, Pietro Figlioli, Andrea Fondelli, Valentino Gallo, Niccolo' Gitto, Alessandro Nora, Christian Presciutti, Nicholas Presciutti, Stefano Tempesti, Alessandro Velotto. (Coach: Alessandro Campagna)
MNE 9-9** HUN CRO 10-6 BRA SRB 10-7 ESP ITA 9-5 GRE
CRO 12-8 MNE (4-3 3-2 1-1 4-2) SRB 10-8 ITA (3-0 3-2 1-0 3-6)
SRB 11-7 CRO (3-2 3-1 3-2 2-2) [ITA 12-10 MNE (2-1 3-3 4-2 3-4)]

London 2012 top

Croatia Italy Serbia
Samir Barac, Miho Boškovic, Ivan Buljubašic, Damir Buric, Andro Bušlje, Nikša Dobud, Igor Hinic, Maro Jokovic, Petar Muslim, Paulo Obradovic, Josip Pavic, Sandro Sukno, Frano Vican. (Coach: Ratko Rudic) Matteo Aicardi, Maurizio Felugo, Pietro Figlioli, Deni Fiorentini, Valentino Gallo, Massimo Giacoppo, Alex Giorgetti, Niccolò Gitto, Giacomo Pastorino, Amaurys Perez, Danijel Premuš, Christian Presciutti, Stefano Tempesti. (Coach: Alessandro Campagna) Milan Aleksic, Filip Filipovic, Živko Gocic, Dušan Mandic, Stefan Mitrovic, Slobodan Nikic, Duško Pijetlovic, Gojko Pijetlovic, Andrija Prlainovic, Nikola Raden, Aleksa Šaponjic, Slobodan Soro, Vanja Udovicic. (Coach: Dejan Udovicic)
CRO 8-2 USA MNE 11-9 ESP ITA 11-9 HUN SRB 11-8 AUS
CRO 7-5 MNT (3-1, 2-0, 2-2, 0-2) ITA 9-7 SRB (4-2, 2-2, 2-1, 1-2)
CRO 8-6 ITA (1-2, 2-0, 2-1, 3-3) [SRB 12-11 MNT (3-2, 1-3, 4-5, 4-1)]

Beijing 2008 top

Hungary United States Serbia
Tibor Benedek, Peter Biros, Istvan Gergely, Norbert Hosnyanszky, Tamas Kasas, Gabor Kis, Gergely Kiss, Norbert Madaras, Tamas Molnar, Zoltan Szecsi, Daniel Rudolf Varga, Denes Andor Varga, Tamas Varga. (Coach: Denes Kemeny) Tony Azevedo, Ryan Bailey, Layne Beaubien, Brandon Brooks, Peter Hudnut, Tim Hutten, James Krumpholz, Rick Merlo, Merrill Moses, Jeffrey Powers, Jesse Smith, Peter Varellas, Adam Wright. (Coach: Terry Schroeder) Aleksandar Ciric, Filip Filipovic, Zivko Gocic, Branko Pekovic, Dusko Pijetlovic, Andrija Prlainovic, Nikola Radjen, Aleksandar Sapic, Dejan Savic, Denis Sefik, Slobodan Soro, Vanja Udovicic, Vladimir Vujasinovic. (Coach: Dejan Udovicic)
MNT 7-6 CRO SRB 9-5 ESP HUN and USA classified as group leaders
HUN 11-9 MNT (3-4, 3-3, 3-0, 2-2) USA 10-5 SRB (3-3, 2-1, 2-1, 3-0)
HUN 14-10 USA (6-4, 3-4, 2-1, 3-1) [SRB 6-4 MNT (2-0, 2-1, 2-1, 0-2)]

Athens 2004 top

Hungary Serbia & Montenegro Russia
Tibor Benedek, Peter Biros, Rajmund Fodor, Istvan Gergely, Tamas Kasas, Gergely Kiss, Norbert Madaras, Tamas Molnar, Adam Steinmetz, Barnabas Steinmetz, Zoltan Szecsi, Tamas Varga, Attila Vari. (Coach: Denes Kemeny) Aleksandar Ciric, Vladimir Gojkovic, Danilo Ikodinovic, Viktor Jelenic, Predrag Jokic, Nikola Kuljaca, Slobodan Nikic, Aleksandar Sapic, Dejan Savic, Denis Sefik, Petar Trbojevic, Vanja Udovicic, Vladimir Vujasinovic. (Coach: Nenad Manojlovic) Roman Balashov, Revaz Chomakhidze, Alexander Eryshov, Alexander Fedorov, Sergey Garbuzov, Dmitry Gorshkov, Nikolay Kozlov, Nikolay Maksimov, Andrey Rekechinsky, Dmitry Stratan, Vitaly Yurchik, Marat Zakirov, Irek Zinnurov. (Coach: Alexander Kabanov)
RUS 12-5 GER SCG 7-5 ESP HUN and GRE classified as group leaders
HUN 7-5 RUS (2-2, 3-3, 2-0, 0-0) SCG 7-3 GRE (2-1, 3-1, 1-1, 1-0)
HUN 8-7 SCG (2-3, 3-2, 0-2, 3-0) [RUS 6-5 GRE (1-1, 3-1, 1-2, 1-1)]

Sydney 2000 top

Hungary Russia Serbia & Montenegro
Zoltan Szecsi, Rajmund Fodor, Tibor Benedek, Gergely Kiss, Attila Vari, Tamas Kasas, Zsolt Varga, Tamas Marcz, Bulcsu Szekely, Zoltan Kosz, Barnabas Steinmetz, Tamas Molnar, Peter Biros. Marat Zakirov, Dmitri Gorchkov, Dmitri Stratan, Revaz Tchomakhidze, Alexandre Erychov, Roman Balachov, Nikolai Kozlov, Dmitri Douguine, Iouri Iatsev, Nikolai Maximov, Serguei Garbouzov, Irek Zinnourov, Andrei Reketchinski. Aleksandar Ciric, Veljko Uskokovic, Viktor Jelenic, Danilo Ikodinovic, Dejan Savic, Predrag Zimonjic, Nikola Kuljaca, Petar Trbojevic, Aleksandar Sostar, Aleksandar Sapic, Vladimir Vujasinovic, Nenad Vukanic, Jugoslav Vasovic.
HUN 8-7 SCG RUS 8-7* ESP
HUN 13-6 RUS (SCG 8-3 ESP)

Atlanta 1996 top

Spain Croatia Italy
Jose Maria Abarca, Angel Andreo, Daniel Ballart, Manuel Estiarte, Pedro Garcia Aguado, Salvador Gomez, Ivan Moro, Miguel Oca, Jorge Paya, Sergi Pedrerol, Jesus Rollan, Jordi Sans, Carlos Sanz. Maro Balic, Perica Bukic, Damir Glavan, Igor Hinic, Vjekoslav Kobescak, Josko Krekovic, Ognjen Krzic, Dubravko Simenc, Sinisa Skolnekovic, Ratko Stritof, Tino Vegar, Renato Vrbicic, Zdeslav Vrdoljak. Alberto Angelini, Francesco Attolico, Fabio Bencivenga, Alessandro Bovo, Alessandro Calcaterra, Roberto Calcaterra, Marco Gerini, Alberto Ghibellini, Luca Giustolisi, Amedeo Pomilio, Francesco Postiglione, Carlo Silipo, Leonardo Sottani.
CRO 7-6 ITA ESP 7-6 HUN
ESP 7-5 CRO (ITA 20-18 HUN)

Barcelona 1992 top

Italy Spain Unified Team (USSR)
Francesco Attolico, Alessandro Bovo, Alessandro Campagna, Paolo Caldarella, Mario Fiorillo, Francesco Porzio, Massimiliano Ferretti, Marco D´Altrui, Ferdinando Gandolfi, Amadeo Pomilio, Giuseppe Porzio, Carlo Silipo, Gianni Averaimo. Daniel Ballart, Manuel Estiarte, Pedro Garcia Aguado, Salvador Gomez, Marco Gonzalez, Ruben Michavila, Miguel Oca, Sergio Pedrerol, Jose Pico, Jesus Rollan, Ricardo Sanchez, Jordi Sans, Manuel Silvestre. Dmitri Apanasenko, Andrei Belofastov, Yevgeny Sharonov, Dmitri Gorshkov, Vladimir Karabutov, Aleksandr Kolotov, Andrei Kovalenko, Nikolai Kozlov, Sergei Markoch, Sergei Naumov, Aleksandr Chigir, Aleksei Vdovin.
ITA 8-7**[6 OT] ESP (UNT 8-4 USA)

Seoul 1988 top

Yugoslavia United States Soviet Union
Aleksandar Sostar, Deni Lusic, Dubravko Simenc, Perica Bukic, Veselin Djuho, Dragan Andric, Mirko Vicevic, Igor Gocanin, Mislav Bezmalinovic, Tomislav Paskvalin, Igor Milanovic, Goran Radjenovic, Renko Posinkovic. Craig Wilson, Kevin Robertson, James Bergeson, George Campbell, Douglas Kimball, Craig Klass, Alan Mouchawar, Jeffrey Campbell, Gregory Boyer, Terry Schroeder, Jody Campbell, Christopher Duplanty, Michael Evans. Yevgeny Sharanov, Nurlan Mendygaliev, Yevgeny Grishin, Aleksandr Kolotov, Sergei Naumov, Viktor Berendyuha, Sergei Kotenko, Dmitri Apanasenko, Georgy Mshvenieradze, Mikhail Ivanov, Sergei Markoch, Mykola Smyrnov, Mikhail Giorgadze.
YUG 9-7* USA (URS 14-13 FRG)

Los Angeles 1984 top

Yugoslavia United States West Germany
Milorad Krivokapic, Deni Lusic, Zoran Petrovic, Bozo Vuletic, Veselin Djuho, Zoran Roje, Milivoj Bebic, Perica Bukic, Goran Sukno, Tomislav Paskvalin, Igor Milanovic, Dragan Andric. Craig Wilson, Kevin Robertson, Gary Figueroa, Peter Campbell, Douglas Burke, Joseph Vargas, Jon Svendsen, John Siman, Andrew McDonald, Terry Schroeder, Jody Campbell, Timothy Shaw. Peter Röhle, Thomas Loebb, Frank Otto, Rainer Hoppe, Armando Fernandez, Thomas Huber, Jürgen Schröder, Rainer Osselmann, Hagen Stamm, Roland Freund, Dirk Theismann, Santiago Chalmovsky, Werner Obschernikat.
Round-robin

Moscow 1980 top

Soviet Union Yugoslavia Hungary
Yevgeny Sharonov, Sergei Kotenko, Vladimir Akimov, Yevgeny Grishin, Mait Riisman, Aleksandr Kabanov, Oleksei Barkalov, Erkin Shagayev, Georgy Mshvenieradze, Mikhail Ivanov, Vyacheslav Sobchenko. Luka Vezilic, Zoran Gopcevic, Damir Polic, Ratko Rudic, Zoran Mustur, Zoran Roje, Milivoj Bebic, Slobodan Trifunovic, Bosko Lozica, Predrag Manojlovic, Milorad Krivokapic. Endre Molnar, Istvan Szivos Jr., Attila Sudar, György Gerendas, György Horkai, Gabor Csapo, Istvan Kiss, Istvan Udvardi, Laszlo Kuncz, Tamas Farago, Karoly Hauszler.
Round-robin

Montreal 1976 top

Hungary Italy Netherlands
Endre Molnar, Istvan Szivos Jr., Tamas Farago, Laszlo Sarosi, György Horkai, Gabor Csapo, Attila Sudar, György Kenez, György Gerendas, Ferenc Konrad, Tibor Cservenyak. Alberto Alberani, Roldano Simeoni, Silvio Baracchini, Sante Marsili, Marcello del Duca, Gianni de Magistris, Alessandro Ghibellini, Luigi Castagnola, Riccardo de Magistris, Vincenzo d´Angelo, Umberto Panerai. Evert Kroon, Nicolaas Landeweerd, Jan Evert Veer, Hans van Zeeland, Ton Buunk, Piet de Zwarte, Hans Smits, Rik Toonen, Gyze Stroboer, Andy Hoepelman, Alex Boegschoten.
Round-robin

Munich 1972 top

Soviet Union Hungary United States
Vadim Gulyaev, Anatoly Akimov, Aleksandr Dreval, Aleksandr Dolgushin, Vladimir Shmudsky, Aleksandr Kabanov, Oleksei Barkalov, Aleksandr Shidlovsky, Nikolai Melnikov, Leonid Osipov, Vyacheslav Sobchenko. Endre Molnar, Andras Bodnar, Istvan Görgeny, Zoltan Kasas, Tamas Farago, Laszlo Sarosi, Istvan Szivos, Istvan Magas, Denes Pocsik, Ferenc Konrad, Tibor Cservenyak. James Slatton, Stanley Cole, Russell Webb, Barry Weitzenberg, Gary Sheerer, Bruce Bradley, Peter Asch, James Ferguson, Steven Barnett, John Parker, Eric Lindroth.
Round-robin

Mexico 1968 top

Yugoslavia Soviet Union Hungary
Karlo Stipanic, Ivo Trumbic, Ozren Bonacic, Uros Marovic, Ronald Lopatny, Zoran Jankovic, Miroslav Poljak, Dejan Dabovic, Djordje Perisic, Mirko Sandic, Zdravko Hebel. Vadim Gulyayev, Givi Chikvanaya, Boris Grishin, Aleksandr Dolgushin, Oleksei Barkalov, Yuri Grigorovsky, Vladimir Semyonov, Aleksandr Shidlovsky, Vyacheslav Skok, Leonid Osipov, Oleg Bovin. Endre Molnar, Mihaly Mayer, Istvan Szivos, Janos Konrad, Laszlo Felkai, Ferenc Konrad, Denes Pocsik, Andras Bodnar, Zoltan Dörnötör, Janos Steinmetz.
Round-robin

Tokyo 1964 top

Hungary Yugoslavia Soviet Union
Miklos Ambrus, Laszlo Felkai, Janos Konrad, Zoltan Dörnötör, Tivadar Kanizsa, Peter Rusoran, György Karpati, Otto Boros, Mihaly Mayer, Denes Pocsik, Andras Bodnar, Deszö Gyarmati. Milan Muskatirovic, lvo Trumbic, Vinko Rosic, Ziatko Simenc, Bozidar Stanisic, Ante Nardeli, Zoran Jankovic, Mirko Sandic, Ozren Bonacic, Frane Nonkovic, Karlo Stipanic Igor Grabovsky, Viadimir Kuznetsov, Boris Grishin, Boris Popov, Nikolai Kalashnikov, Zenon Bortkevich, Nikolai Kuznetsov, Viktor Ageyev, Leonid Osipov, Viadimir Semyonov, Eduard Yegorov.
Round-robin

Rome 1960 top

Italia Soviet Union Hungary
Dante Rossi, Giuseppe d'Altrui, Eraldo Pizzo, Gianni Lonzi, Franco Lavoratori, Rosario Parmegiani, Danio Bardi, Brunello Spinelli, Salvatore Gionta, Amadeo Ambron, Giancarlo Guerrini. Leri Gogoladze, Givi Chikvanaya, Vyacheslav Kurennoi, Anatoly Kartashov, Yuri Grigorovsky, Pyotr Mshvenieradze, Viadimir Semyonov, Boris Goikhman, Yevgeny Salzyn, Viktor Ageyev, Vladimir Novikov. Otto Boros, Istvan Hevesi. Mihaly Mayer, Dezsö Gyarmati, Tivadar Kanizsa, Zoltan Dörnötör, Laszlo Felkai, Laszlo Jeney, Andras Katona, Kalman Markovits, Peter Rusoran, György Karpati, Janos Konrad, Andras Bodnar.
Round-robin

Melbourne 1956 top

Hungary Yugoslavia Soviet Union
Otto Boros, Istvan Hevesi, Dezsö Gyarmati, Kalman Markovits, Antal Bolvari, Mihaly Mayer, György Karpati, Laszlo Jeney, Istvan Szivos, Tivadar Kanizsa, Ervin Zador. Zdravko Kovacic, Ivo Cipci, Hrvoje Kacic, Marjan Zurej, Zdravko Jezic, Lovro Radonjic, Tomislav Franjkovic, Vladimir Ivkovic. Boris Goikhman, Viktor Ageyev, Yuri Schlyapin, Vyacheslav Kurennoi, Pyotr Breus, Pyotr Mshvenieradze, Nodar Gvakharia, Mikhail Ryzhak, Valentin Prokopov, Boris Markarov.
Round-robin

Helsinki 1952 top

Hungary Yugoslavia Italy
Róbert Antal, Antal Bolvári, Dezső Fábián, Dezső Gyarmati, István Hasznos, László Jeney, György Kárpáti, Dezső Lemhényi, Kálmán Markovits, Miklós Martin, Károly Szittya, István Szivós, György Vizvári. Veljko Bakašun, Marko Brainović, Vladimir Ivković, Zdravko Ježić, Zdravko-Ćiro Kovačić, Ivica Kurtini, Lovro Radonjić, Ivo Štakula, Boško Vuksanović. Gildo Arena, Lucio Ceccarini, Renato De Sanzuane, Raffaello Gambino, Salvatore Gionta, Maurizio Mannelli, Geminio Ognio, Carlo Peretti, Enzo Polito, Cesare Rubini, Renato Traiola.
Round-robin

London 1948 top

Italy Hungary Netherlands
Ermenegildo Arena, Emilio Bulgarelli, Pasquale Buonocore, Aldo Ghira, Mario Majoni, Geminio Ognio, Gianfranco Pandolfini, Tullo Pandolfini, Cesare Rubini. Jenő Brandi, Oszkár Csuvik, Dezső Fábián, Dezső Gyarmati, Endre Győrfi, Miklós Holop, László Jeney, Dezső Lemhényi, Károly Szittya, István Szivós. Cor Braasem, Hennie Keetelaar, Nijs Korevaar, Joop Rohner, Frits Ruimschotel, Piet Salomons, Frits Smol, Hans Stam, Ruud van Feggelen.
Round-robin

Medal Table (since 1948) top

Ps Country CNT GD SV BZ TOT
1. Hungary HUN 7 2 3 12
2. Yugoslavia YUG 3 4 - 7
3. Italy ITA 3 2 3 8
4. Soviet Union URS 2 2 4 8
5. Croatia CRO 1 2 - 3
6. Spain ESP 1 1 - 2
7. Serbia SRB 1 - 2 3
8. United States USA - 3 1 4
9. Russia RUS - 1 1 2
. Serbia & Montenegro YUG - 1 1 2
11. Netherlands NED - - 2 2
12. West Germany FRG - - 1 1
 
12     18 18 18 54

Individual Medal Table top

Ps Name GD SV BZ Medal Details
1. Deszö Gyarmaty, HUN 3 1 1 52 56 64 // 48 // 60
2. György Karpati, HUN 3 0 1 52 56 64 // - // 60
3. George Wilkinson, GBR 3 0 0 00 08 12 // - // -
. Paul Radmilovic, GBR 3 0 0 08 12 20 // - // - (*also 4x200 swimming gold in 1908)
. Charles Sidney Smith, GBR 3 0 0 08 12 20 // - // -
. Tibor Benedek, HUN 3 0 0 00 04 08 // - // -
. Peter Biros, HUN 3 0 0 00 04 08 // - // -
. Tamas Kasas, HUN 3 0 0 00 04 08 // - // -
. Gergely Kiss, HUN 3 0 0 00 04 08 // - // -
. Tamas Molnar, HUN 3 0 0 00 04 08 // - // -
(11) Zoltan Szecsi, HUN 3 0 0 00 04 08 // - // -

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