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    Mahe Drysdale believes the public pressure to succeed at the Olympics will be at an all time low

    Mahe Drysdale believes the public pressure to succeed at the Olympics will be at an all time low


    The two-time Olympic champion is on track to compete in the single sculls boat in Tokyo, after his selection for two World Cup events in May.

    Drysdale says in the previous three Olympics he was expected to medal, or even win, but that's unlikely to be the case in July.

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