Austin, Texas & Borculo, Netherlands (Oct. 11, 2014) — Total Waterpolo and Waterpolo World, two of the sports’ premier online affinity publications, have announced a content partnership that extends to both publications’ digital and social media platforms. Starting Thursday the two publications began sharing content.
“Total Waterpolo has always focused on sharing the unique passions inherent in American interscholastic water polo.” said founder James E. Smith. “Over time we have broadened that coverage to include US National Teams and club water polo. It is only natural we would want to extend our reach in to the great European leagues and international water polo outside North America. Waterpolo World’s unrivaled coverage of those arenas is a natural fit for us and will benefit American fans who have shown an interest in the sport beyond our own shores.”
“Waterpoloworld is always looking for relevant water polo news from around the world. The interest in competition in America from elsewhere has grown over the years due to examples such as the US national teams’ successes as well as talented players in Europe choosing to play college in an important phase of their careers,” said editor-in-chief Tim Hartog. “We are more and more looking to cover US domestic water polo in a convenient way and feel the content partnership with Total Waterpolo is the right one to fuel that intention.”
About Total Waterpolo
TotalWaterpolo.com was founded in 2008 as a forum to comment on water polo at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and now covers water polo throughout the United States with an emphasis on interscholastic competition. The site and brand’s social media platforms have become influential resources as water polo continues its steady growth in the United States. The property is based in Austin, Texas.
About Waterpolo World
Waterpoloworld is the world’s leading water polo-dedicated news website. Founded in 1999 Waterpoloworld has become a daily stop for the global water polo community for all news, results and more on today’s top national and international water polo. A variety of social media accounts including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Google+ serve as a dynamic surrounding of the three editions (English, German and Dutch) of the Waterpoloworld website to form the number one platform worldwide for fans, players, coaches and other enthusiasts.