Extended interview: Mahe Drysdale
Mon, 02 Jul 2012 12:39a.m.
Five-time world rowing champion Mahe Drysdale has had his fair share of challenges throughout his career, the latest being a shoulder injury after being knocked off his bike while training just over two weeks ago.
With the Olympics less than a month away Drysdale’s recovery hasn’t been as rapid as he had hoped, but he believes he is still on track for London.
“I think this will be the most relaxed I’ve been going into an Olympics, things are on track and everything is looking pretty positive,” says Drysdale.
Watch the full interview with 3 News' Olympic reporter Michelle Pickles.
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