In this chapter, I discuss the future of water and the utility of sport for water. Connections will be made between the results of interviews and ethnography in the United States, running in Vancouver, the work conducted at the London Water Charity, and how solutions on the ground in Ethiopia are implemented. An understanding for how all of this works together to both help and oppress people will be considered. Within this conclusion, I seek to produce tangible ways in which we can further consider the human body in need as an active participant in their own lives. Additionally, I seek to offer future research ideas for how we can consider the human sporting body with its potentiality to provide aid as well as its potentiality to reinforce or create systems of power, control, and human bodily abjection. Through this, I hope to open a discussion for how we come to provide solutions for solving the worldwide water crisis by prioritizing the voice of the people in need.