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Meet The Team - Jack Waller

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Get to know Jack Waller. Read his tweets, view images, watch videos of him in action and being interviewed, check how his Olympic rivals compare and much more.

Jack Waller

D.O.B.

06.10.1989

Born

Enfield

Height

6ft 3in

Club

Invicta / CN Sant Andreu

Position

Centre forward

Coach

Carlos Bellon / Cristian Iordache

Olympic History

Debut

Did you know?

  • Jack comes from a sporty family - his dad played water polo, his sister swam internationally while his cousin is a professional squash player.
  • His water polo idol is Romanian captain Cosmin Radu while he holds rower Sir Steve Redgrave and cyclist Lance Armstrong as role models away from the sport.
  • He is a big football fan and supports Tottenham Hotspur. As he lived at played water polo in Barcelona last season, he took the chance to watch their football team as well at the iconic Nou Camp.

Jack's Career

Having played a key role as the British junior team qualified for the 2008 European Championships and finished 13th, Jack made his senior debut the same season. He was part of the British team to finish fourth at the European B Championships in 2009 and an important team member in European and World League qualifiers over the past three seasons. He played professionally for SV Weiden in Germany in the 2010 / 2011 season before switching to CN Sant Andreu in the compeittive Spanish league last year.

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