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Joshi

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About Joshi

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Date of Birth
    19/10/85
  • Nation
    New Zealand
  • Favourite Olympic Games
    Summer Olympic Games
  • Favourite Sports
    Athletics, Rowing, Badminton
  • Real Name
    Joshua Turnbull
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    Christchurch
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    Accountant

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  1. Track Cycling 2018 Discussion Thread

    Jordan Kerby World Individual Pursuit Champion in 2017 and team member of the Australian Team Pursuit has switched his allegiance to NZ. Due to a falling out and subsequently being dropped. Has a NZ mother so will compete for NZ straight away. Another Aussie switching allegiance due to sporting politics.
  2. [hide] Event & Date Athletes Gold Silver Bronze Men's Lightweight Quadruple Sculls Day 1 September 14th, 2018 Algeria Czech Republic Denmark X Germany Hungary Ireland Italy X Norway Spain Turkey X United States Women's Lightweight Quadruple Sculls Day 1 September 14th, 2018 China X Denmark Great Britain X Germany X Italy Ukraine United States Men's Lightweight Single Sculls Day 1 September 14th, 2018 Hamish Parry Sun Man Hugo Beury Jason Osborne Samuel Mottram X Peter Galambos X Martino Goretti Alexis Lopez Garcia Michael Schmid X Andrew Campbell Jr. Any Other Athlete Women's Lightweight Single Sculls Day 1 September 14th, 2018 Alice Arch Alena Furman X Laura Tarantola Marie-Louise Draeger X Imogen Grant Clara Guerra Marine Veldhuis X Katarzyna Welna Anastasia Lebedeva Emma Fredh Michelle Sechser Any Other Athlete Women's Pair Day 2 September 15th, 2018 Australia Canada X China France Great Britain Italy Netherlands New Zealand X Romania United States X Any Other Nation Men's Pair Day 2 September 15th, 2018 Belarus Croatia X Czech Republic France Great Britain Italy X New Zealand X Romania Serbia Spain Any Nation Women's Lightweight Double Sculls Day 2 September 15th, 2018 Australia Canada China Netherlands X New Zealand X Poland Romania X South Africa Switzerland United States Any Other Nation Men's Lightweight Double Sculls Day 2 September 15th, 2018 Belgium Canada Denmark France X Great Britain X Ireland X Italy Norway New Zealand Poland Any Other Nation Women's Four Day 2 September 15th, 2018 Australia X Canada China Denmark Great Britain X Netherlands X Poland Romania Russia United States Any Other Nation Men's Four Day 2 September 15th, 2018 Australia X Belarus France Germany Great Britain X Italy Netherlands X Romania South Africa United States Any Other Nation Women's Quadruple Sculls Day 2 September 15th, 2018 Australia China France Germany X Great Britain X Netherlands Poland X Romania Ukraine United States Any Other Nation Men's Quadruple Sculls Day 2 September 15th, 2018 Australia Estonia Germany X Great Britain X Italy Lithuania X Netherlands New Zealand Poland Ukraine Any Other Nation Men's Double Sculls Day 3 September 16th, 2018 France X Germany Great Britain X Italy X Lithuania Netherlands New Zealand Romania Switzerland United States Any Other Nation Women's Double Sculls Day 3 September 16th, 2018 Canada Czech Republic France Germany Greece Italy Lithuania Netherlands X New Zealand X United States X Any Other Nation Men's Single Sculls Day 3 September 16th, 2018 Aleksandar Aleksandrov Trevor Jones Angel Fournier Rodriguez Ondrej Synek X Sverri Nielsen Oliver Zeidler X Harry Leask Mindaugas Griskonis Robert Manson X Kjetill Borch Marko Marjanovic Nico Stahlberg Any Other Athlete Women's Single Sculls Day 3 September 16th, 2018 Madeleine Edmunds Magdalena Lobnig X Fie Udby Erichsen Annekatrin Thiele Sanita Puspure X Lina Saltyte-Masilionis Hannah Osborne Ekaterina Kurochkina Jeannine Gmelin X Diana Dymchenko Kara Kohler Any Other Athlete Women's Eight Day 3 September 16th, 2018 Australia Canada China Great Britain Netherlands New Zealand X Romania X United States X Men's Eight Day 3 September 16th, 2018 Australia Canada Germany X Great Britain X Italy Netherlands X New Zealand Romania United States [/hide]
  3. From a NZ point of view. Lisa Carrington K1 200m. Hasn't been beaten in this event since the heats at the 2012 Olympics but won when it counted. Looking beyond NZ I don't think you can go past the US men and womens Basketball teams. They could send US D teams and still win.
  4. Commonwealth Games 2018

    That MB race was epic. Sam Gaze wins with Anton 2nd. But it seems quite clear these two Kiwis hate each other. It was expected these two to win. Sam seems a bit arrogant and threw the NZ flag at Anton once he'd done with it. Wow I don't think we've produced an athlete like that lol.
  5. Commonwealth Games 2018

    So it's the Ashes all over again Australia v England.
  6. Athletics 2018 Discussion Thread

    Tom Walsh has just thrown the shot put the furtherest distance in 15 yrs. 22.67m in Auckland, NZ.
  7. Scandals in Sports Thread

    I was reading an article about England contemplating a boycott of the FIFA WC?? Because of a poisoning of a former KGB spy and daughter living in asylum in England. I honestly don't think we'll hear the last of this.
  8. Which is stupid really. AUS and NZL have to qualify through Asia for WC's from now on. Should also extend to Olympics IMO.
  9. Yes I totally forgot about them hosting the WC and will no doubt get help along the way. But it'll be difficult from then on to qualify in future games. With AUS and NZL joining the fray and with Iran, Philippines showing improvement.
  10. I have a feeling China won't be making the Olys in Men's Basketball.
  11. Track Cycling UCI World Championships 2018

    Maybe NZ are targeting the Comm games with AUS/ENG/SCO/CAN etc. But still that's a really disgraceful effort but maybe they've learnt their lesson and are taking the GB path and peaking for far bigger events like Olys. Well I'd like to think so. Because if they bomb out in the Comm games that's funding gone.
  12. You're right but for me it's about building momentum. Hopefully NZ starts pouring money into snowsports more from now on. Jossi Wells multi X games medal winner who unluckily was injured before the Olys has to be credited with the talent now coming through. We are at least nipping the heels of the all conquering North Americans in freestyle and snowboarding events.
  13. Thank goodness little old NZ made the Winter Olympic table. Our two big freestyle skier and snowboarder being injured before the start, and a whole lot of 4ths had me worried we were going to be unlucky once again.
  14. Men's Boxing AIBA World Championships 2017

    I maybe biased because I'm from NZ and we haven't had much of a history in Amateur boxing but Nyika put on a clinic against Tischenko the reigning world and Olympic champ. Ha ha ha what a robbery. Even Lawrence Okolie commented as such. This wasn't the only robbery, Whittaker of Eng got robbed as well. What a corrupt sport.
  15. I think people are finally realizing what a huge negative economic impact the Olys have on the hosting city and country. It honestly should be restricted to a few cities every 4 years like 1 from each continent. There's just so many white elephant stadiums that are being built for the games and aren't even used again. Time for the IOC to get their head out of the sand.
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