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Rob Parker Blog - October

Follow Rob Parker’s journey as he competes for club and country playing Water Polo around the world. In this update, Rob reviews his first few weeks for new club, CN Terrassa of Spain, as he competes in competitions domestically and in Europe.

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Rob Parker Blog - September

Follow Rob Parker’s journey as he competes for club and country playing Water Polo around the world. In this update, Rob reviews the team’s Danube Cup exploits in Kosice.

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Rob Parker blog - June

Follow Rob Parker’s journey as he competes for club and country playing Water Polo around the world. One of the members of the British Team, powered by British Gas, Rob shares his experiences of life on tour.

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Rob Parker blog - April

Share in the highs and lows of Britain’s Rob Parker in his regular blog here. One of the members of the Senior Men’s Water Polo Team, powered by British Gas, he is honing his skills playing with the University of New South Wales’ Wests Magpies team in Australia.

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Rob Parker blog - March

Britain’s Rob Parker is one of the members of the Senior Men’s Water Polo Team, powered by British Gas. Currently based in Australia, he is honing his skills playing with the University of New South Wales’ Wests Magpies team. Share the highs and lows in his blog here.

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