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    Mahe Drysdale's confident he can help turn around the New Zealand men's rowing quad's recent results at next month's world championships in Bulgaria

    Mahe Drysdale's confident he can help turn around the New Zealand men's rowing quad's recent results at next month's world championships in Bulgaria

    The double Olympic single sculls champion will team up with current members
    Nathan Flannery, Cameron Crampton and Lewis Hollows after standing out at a
    recent trial.

    The quad struggled throughout the recent world cup meets, finishing fifth in
    Austria and failing to make the A final in Switzerland.

    Drysdale can see a lot of potential in the boat and crew.

    He says he genuinely thinks he can add something to the boat and if they can
    add one or two seconds then they'll have some exciting prospects for the

    © 2019 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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