This year, Martina Miceli became the first winning female coach in the LEN Trophy.
She coaches Orizzonte Catania, one of the most successful female water polo clubs, which won LEN Trophy this season, by beating UVSE in the final.
Martina Miceli built her playing career playing in the Italian national team from 1991 to 2008, while she contributed greatly to many clubs, including Italian Orrizonte which she coaches today.
She won seven major medals in her well-decorated active career: Olympics (Athens, 2004), World Championships (1998, 2001), and European Championships (1995, 1997, 1999, 2003). After an astonishing career in the pool, Miceli switched places to coach future water polo stars in 2012.
USA National Player | Club: CDM Aquatics | Position: Attacker
“The most important player in the USA victory at the World Championships”
USA National Player | Club: CN Sabadell | Position: Driver
“Won the Euro League with Sabadell and the world title with the USA Team.”
Italian National Player | Club: AS Orizzonte Catania | Position: Forward
“A great protagonist in Italy’s road towards the silver medal in the World League and a leader of the team of Ekipe Orizzonte which won LEN Trophy.”
Spanish National Player | Club: Mediterrani | Position: Driver
“She returned to the national team after a few years and played excellently at the World Championships. She was the most important weapon in the Spanish team.”
Spanish National Player | Club: CN Sabadell | Position: Driver
“The best player in the team of Sabadell, which won the Euro League.”
Check out the other votes so far and cast your own on the official Total Waterpolo Player 2019 page.