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28 Oct 2020 15:34
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    The postponement of the Olympics has helped Paul Snow-Hansen and Daniel Wilcox sure up their skill-sets for Tokyo

    The postponement of the Olympics has helped Paul Snow-Hansen and Daniel Wilcox sure up their skill-sets for Tokyo


    The duo have been confirmed as the men's 470 sailing crew for the Games.

    Snow-Hansen says a pre-Olympics regatta in Tokyo earlier this year exposed their weakness in the stronger winds.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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