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Robin Randall (born May 1, 1980, in Regina, Saskatchewan) is a male water polo player from Canada. He was a member of the Canada men's national water polo team, that claimed the bronze medal at the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Randall was a member of the first Canadian team to ever qualify for an Olympic Games (Beijing, 2008) where the team finished 11th. In addition, he was the starting goaltender for the Canadian team's best-ever finish at the FINA World Championships (12th in Melbourne, 2007, and eighth in Rome, 2009).

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  • Robin Randall (born May 1, 1980, in Regina, Saskatchewan) is a male water polo player from Canada. He was a member of the Canada men's national water polo team, that claimed the bronze medal at the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Randall was a member of the first Canadian team to ever qualify for an Olympic Games (Beijing, 2008) where the team finished 11th. In addition, he was the starting goaltender for the Canadian team's best-ever finish at the FINA World Championships (12th in Melbourne, 2007, and eighth in Rome, 2009). (en)
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  • Robin Randall (born May 1, 1980, in Regina, Saskatchewan) is a male water polo player from Canada. He was a member of the Canada men's national water polo team, that claimed the bronze medal at the 2007 Pan American Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Randall was a member of the first Canadian team to ever qualify for an Olympic Games (Beijing, 2008) where the team finished 11th. In addition, he was the starting goaltender for the Canadian team's best-ever finish at the FINA World Championships (12th in Melbourne, 2007, and eighth in Rome, 2009). (en)
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  • Robin Randall (en)
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