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    Kayaker Lisa Carrington's remaining on track preparing for a third Olympics

    Kayaker Lisa Carrington's remaining on track preparing for a third Olympics


    The double gold medalist had a successful weekend at the national canoe sprint championships, winning the K1 200 and 500 metre events on Lake Karapiro.

    Canoe Racing New Zealand high performance coach Gordon Walker says that's part of a wider goal at Tokyo where she could add the K4 500 and K2 500 to her portfolio.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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