Water Polo
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Water polo  began as a demonstration of stamina and swimming in the late 19th Century.  In England, the game became so popular that it was included in the 1900 Olympic Games, and has been in the Olympics since. 

Rules were developed by William WIlson, in Glascow, Scotland.  In the early years, people believed that water polo was a version of rugby played in the water.

Current records show water polo was contested during the 1974-1975 school year only.

 

 

 

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