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Serbia wins historic Olympic gold

In a one-sided final the Serbs confirmed their favourite status and put the icing on the cake of what have been international domination since 2014 beating neighbours Croatia 11-7 in the gold medal final.

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Sea Wolf claims Auckland title dressed in Keel

Sea Wolf Grey men in Keel equipment have took out the respective Under 18 Auckland League finals last night.

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Serbia wins 2016 FINA World League
Serbia wins 2016 FINA World League

The Serbian men's national team crowned FINA World League winners in Keel equipment once more on Sunday in Huizhou, China. 

Andrija Prlainović signs Szolnok from next season
Andrija Prlainović signs Szolnok from next season

Andrija Prlainovic will play for Hungarian club Szolnok next season. After having spent the last two years with Pro Recco in Italy the 2015 World Championships and 2016 European Championships MVP takes his talents to Hungary.

To Vaterpolo vesti Prlainovic stated:

''I'm happy to play in the Hungarian league. This is the strongest league at the moment and I'm looking forward to play strong matches every week.''

On his ambitions: ''The domestic trophies and the Champions League title are the clear goals for next season'', Prlainovic reacted.

Olympiacos claim Greek cup to complete dominant season
Olympiacos claim Greek cup to complete dominant season

Olympiacos, who play in Keel gear, have completed their dominant season in Greece unbeaten by winning the double following the national cup victory over rivals Vouliagmeni 12-5 (3-1, 3-1, 3-1, 3-2) in the final. The double victory meant already the 15th in team history. Olympiacos had defeated Panathinaikos 14-2 in the semifinal. The very rich history of the club feature 52 trophies including 30 national championships, 18 cup wins and 2 super cup victories. In additional Olympiacos won the Champions League (2002) and European Super once.

Olympiacos also claimed the national championship this season dominating Vouliagmeni 3-0 in the play-offs finals series. Thanks to 11-3, 10-8 and 10-5 victories the Piraeus based side claimed their championship ahead of the season finale in the Champions League Final Six in Budapest.

Partizan win 27th national title
Partizan win 27th national title

Partizan, who compete in Keel equipment, have clinched the 27th national championship in team history after holding off rivals Red Star 10-9 in a tumultuous final match in their Banjica home pool. Despite the better start for the home team Red Star hung on and a close game went all the way into the final phase. Following a Nemanja Vico goal Partizan entered the finale with a big 2-goal lead. It proved decisive after Repanovic struck for Red Star but the home team held on blocking a last attempt by Stefan Ilic as celebrations began with Partizan finishing their season claiming both domestic trophies.

Partizan Raiffeisen – Red Star 10-9 (6-4, 0-1, 1-2, 3-2)

PARTIZAN: Rističević (6 saves), Gielen 2, Tikas, Manojlović, Subotić 2 (1), Drašović, Gogov 2, Jakšić 2, Vico 1, Tanasković, Lazić, Asanović 1, Brakočević, Radojević.

RED STAR: Kralj (8 saves), Janković, Jovanović, Repanović 2, Kljajević, Rackov 2, Aksentijević 1, Andrejević 1, Ilić, Tankosić, Drašković 1 (1), Peković 2, Todorovski, Jović.

Serbia, the European Champion

The Serbian National Waterpolo Team regained the title of champion of Europe in 2016, the whole team being dressed with Keel suits and bathrobes for the final game, in front of 16,000 fans and supporters in the Kombank Arena in Belgrade. They took on and won against Montenegro in the finals, with a score of 10:8, winning the title for the third time in a row. The women’s National Team was also equipped with Keel suits, and got 9th place.

It was a very interesting final game to the championship, as Montenegro was holding the lead for most of the game, until the beginning of the last quarter of the game, where Serbia got the lead for the first time. A couple minutes into the quarter, and it was 9:6 for the home team. But, the Montenegrian team started getting close toward the end, with the score being 9:8. The defining goal was scored by Milan Aleksic, who insured the Serbian win with the goal.

Andrija Prlainovic was proclaimed the MVP of the championship, scoring 18 goals and 22 assists over the course of the tournament. The most goals went to Seiven Kamiljeri from Malta, with 22 goals. The hungarian Victor Nad was named the best goalie of the tournament.

Keel, the new sponsor of the Serbian National Waterpolo Team

On the New Year's banquet, on December 25, 2015, held in the hotel “M” in Belgrade, it was announced that the new sponsor of the Serbian National Waterpolo Team is Keel, the company that also sponsors teams such as Partizan, Olympiakos, Red Star, Radnicki, and many other big clubs in Europe and the rest of the world.

Keel took over as the sponsor for the National team after Turbo, a world renowned company that supplies swimwear to to players in the European Championships, held in Belgrade in 2016, beginning on January 10th.

Partizan, winner of the Serbian Cup

The Partizan waterpolo team won the Serbian Cup for the 24th time in 2016, beating Radnicki in the last game of the tournament 11:9 (4:2, 2:1, 4:3, 1:3). Red Star and Vojvodina were also close to the title, making the semifinals, and in which 3 of the 4 teams were wearing Keel equipment.

Partizan defeated Red Star 14:3, while Radnicki beat Vojvodina 15:4 in the other semifinals.

In the finals, Partizan was up the whole game, with Radnicki, a team from the city of Kragujevac, Serbian, only dampened the loss in the last quarter of the game.