Max Irving

Professional water polo player and Long Beach resident

Professional water polo player, Long Beach resident

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"It really is special, being African American and playing a predominantly white sport because I'm able to represent a community," says Max Irving.

LA’s Olympic hopefuls: Water polo player Max Irving on training in Greece, optimism for USA men’s team

"It really is special, being African American and playing a predominantly white sport because I'm able to represent a community," says Max Irving.

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