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Sun, 12 Aug 2012

Lorraine Moller talks about New Zealand's Olympic Games Track and Field athletes

Former New Zealand Olympic Games medallist Lorraine Moller chats to Hamish McKay New Zealand's track and field efforts at London 2012. Lorraine, who won a bronze medal for the marathon at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, says she was surprised at Nick Willis' 1500m final result. Lorraine says marathon runner Kimberly Smith gave her best in tough race conditions. Lorraine also talks about her view of illegal performance enhancer use amongst track and field athletes. 11th August 2012

Former New Zealand Olympic Games medallist Lorraine Moller chats to Hamish McKay New Zealand's track and field efforts at London 2012.

Lorraine, who won a bronze medal for the marathon at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games, says she was surprised at Nick Willis' 1500m final result.

Lorraine says marathon runner Kimberly Smith gave her best in tough race conditions.

Lorraine also talks about her view of illegal performance enhancer use amongst track and field athletes. 

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