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Mahé Drysdale won the Gold Medal for Men's single sculls

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Rob Waddell in men's single sculls rowing.


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He is a amazing New Zealander who as excelled in rowing. Winning the world championships 4 times.


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Who carried the NZ flag in the 2008 olympic games?

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How many olympic games did Rob Waddell attend?

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