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    Renewed confidence inside Mahe Drysdale's camp ahead of his winner takes all rowing battle with Robbie Manson

    Renewed confidence inside Mahe Drysdale's camp ahead of his winner takes all rowing battle with Robbie Manson


    After struggling for much of the year, the double Olympic gold medalist recorded a timely single sculls win ahead of this weekend's world cup meet in Switzerland, with victory at the Henley Royal regatta.

    The best placed finisher of Drysdale and Manson will man the Kiwi single sculls boat at September's world championships in Bulgaria.

    Manson has beaten the veteran in all of their previous encounters this year, however Drysdale's coach Calvin Ferguson says now the result is a hard one to predict.



    The Lucerne world cup regatta begins tomorrow night.

    © 2018 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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     15 Jul: Ten New Zealand boats are through to A finals at the rowing world cup in Lucerne
     14 Jul: Mahe Drysdale faces a tough semi-final at the Rowing World Cup in Lucerne overnight as he tries to push his world championship credentials
     14 Jul: Mahe Drysdale has shown he's going to fight for the New Zealand men's single sculls seat at this year's world rowing championships
     13 Jul: Robbie Manson and Mahe Drysdale will take their first steps towards their crucial showdown tonight
     07 Jul: Kiwi Luuka Jones has advanced to the semi finals of both the women's K1 and C1 at the latest canoe slalom world cup event in Munich
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