HaBaWaBa Brasil continues until Sunday with the series Titan and Tsu

The two series will have 1st, 2nd and 3rd place awards at the largest children's water polo event in Latin America

The second edition of the HaBaWaBa Brasil U-13 mixed festival continues until Sunday at the Arena of the Associação Bauruense de Desportes Aquáticos (ABDA), in Bauru (SP), with 25 teams playing towards the award of the first three places of the two series, Titan and Tsu.

The event, the Latin American version of the biggest children's water polo festival in the world created in Italy by Waterpolo Development, started with the 25 teams divided into 8 groups on the first day, yesterday (9/12). Now, the 16 best placed in the group stage continue in the Titan

Series clashes and the rest from 17th to 25th continue in the Tsu Series. The top 3 of the two series win trophies and medals.

The Titan Series includes teams ABDA Luso, Passarinho Atividades Aquáticas (Recife), ABDA Feminino, ABDA 09, SESI Ribeirão Branco, SESI Ribeirão Preto, SESI Vila Leopoldina Branco, Flamengo, ABDA, ABDA Sub-10, SESI Jundiaí, Hebraica B, SESI Santo André Vermelho, ABDA Rio, Clube Jundiaiense and SESI Vila Leopoldina Azul.

In the Tsu Series are the teams Hebraica A, SESI Barretos Boiadeiro, Esporte Clube Pinheiros, Colégio Santo Américo, Minas Brasília Tênis Clube, Clube Internacional de Regatas (Santos), ABDA Sub-11, SESI Santo André Verde and Polo FBDA Sudesb (Salvador).

In addition, there will be an award for the most ethical team with fair play, called the Fair Play Trophy.

The games take place in two fields, simultaneously and the results of all the matches can be followed on the event website https://habawababrasil.com.br/pt_br/ligas/2021.

Some games are broadcast on ABDA's Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/abdabauru) and HaBaWaBa Brasil (https://www.facebook.com/habawababrasil).

Parents of participating athletes can watch the games at the ABDA Arena. On Sunday morning, the final games will be held and at 12:30 pm the closing and awards ceremony.