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Which Scottish aquatics pioneer originated the first rules of water polo ?
The history of water polo as a team sport began as a demonstration of strength and swimming skill in late _________ century in England.
In which year Water polo was introduced in Olympics ?
A water polo ball is similar in size to a soccer ball but constructed of ___________.
The first games of ''aquatic football'' were played at the Arlington in the late _________, with a ball constructed of India rubber.
The game clock is stopped when the ball is _________.
Dimensions of the water polo pool are not fixed and can vary between _____________ meters.
Players are not permitted _________________ in order to keep it from an opponent, or push or hold an opposing player unless that player is holding the ball.
_____ minutes rest is there between each quarter of water polo game ?
Penalty shots are taken from _____ meters directly in front of the goal for water polo ?