Water Polo is played by teams of seven people in a match of four quarters. Each team has 30 seconds to score before the ball is returned to the other team. It's an incredibly demanding sport, and players can sometimes swim as much as three miles during a match.
29th Jul to 4th Aug -- Preliminary rounds
5th Aug -- Women's quarter finals
6th Aug -- Men's preliminary rounds
7th Aug -- Women's semi-finals
8th Aug -- Men's quarter finals
9th Aug -- Women's third-place play-off, final and medal ceremony
10th Aug -- Men's semi-finals
12th Aug -- Men's third-place play-off, final and medal ceremony
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