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MÁhe Drysdale
Bronze medal - single sculls (new zealand)

Mahé Drysdale is a New Zealand rower and three-time World Champion single sculler. In 2005, Drysdale won the World Championships at Gifu, Japan, despite having broken two vertebrae in a crash with a water skier earlier in the year. He successfully defended his title in 2006 at Eton, England, and again in 2007 at Munich, Germany. Suffering from illness leading up to his 2008 Olympic final, Mahé was still able to secure a Bronze medal with a sizzling burst in the final lengths.

“Being an Olympic Athlete I have to get my nutrition spot on to keep me in shape so I can train as hard as I need too. By using GNLD products for the last seven years, I have been able to get all the nutritional supplements I need to prepare myself for sessions and recover fast afterwards. When most races are won or lost by under a second, it's important that I perform to my highest level at all times—and GNLD products help me with this.”

Single Sculls, New Zealand.

  • 2008 Beijing Olympics – 3rd,
  • World Champion Men’s Single Sculls 2005, 2006, 2007, 2007 World Cup, Switzerland - 1st, 
  • 2006 World Cup, Poland - 1st, 2006 Place World Cup, Switzerland - 2nd,
  • 2005 World Cup, Germany - 2nd,
  • 2005 World Cup, Switzerland - 2nd.

GNLD Medal Winners

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(New Zealand)

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