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The TotalWaterpolo Podcast

The Original. Est. 2008.

Episodes

Three-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Coach Adam Krikorian
Hide Details42min 12s

He would never 'fess up to it but after leading the USA women to their third consecutive gold medal (perhaps a fourth in Paris?) he can fairly be called "legendary." He's Adam Krikorian, one of the world's best at his craft if the collection of hardware tells us anything.

The medals are important but in today's conversation we talk less about that and more about his future with the Olympic team, the struggles prior to winning gold in Tokyo, and some speculation on the future of college water polo. All that while touting the the massive talents of his athletes and deflecting his own role in what can fairly be described as perhaps the best Olympic team in the world.

42min 12s
Published Sep 28, 2021 at 9:24pm
"Best Center in the World," Ben Hallock
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Alex Bowen talks Mixed Results for USA Men in Tokyo
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"Doesn't Feel Like it's Real." Haralabidis on Winning Gold
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Tokyo Olympics Gold Medalist Alys Williams
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Tokyo Olympian, Greek-American, Stephania Haralabidis
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Nevada's First Water Polo Olympian, Ben Stevenson
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NCAA Champion, UCLA Head Coach Adam Wright
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Indiana University Head Coach Taylor Dodson
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Brian Flacks, Paul Splitt on Waterpolo During Covid
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CDM Coach and Olympic Champion Melissa Seidemann
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A Conversation with the Undersung Chris Oeding
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A Conversation with Alex Obert, US Men's Senior Team Standout
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Austin Ringheim and Max Schlegel, Head Coaches at MIT and Johns Hopkins
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Mt. St. Mary's HC Alyssa Diacono, Canada's Jessica Gaudreault, and LaSalle Men Cut
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Westcliff's Djippov, Aussie Anteater Nioka Thomas & Olympian father Nathan
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