The weekend success of a New Zealand rowing pair put them in gold medal position on the medals per capita table. They have now sneaked ahead of Slovenia. Denmark are in bronze medal position with Australia solid in fourth. The big mover over the weekend was Great britain moving from 17th at the end of day 6 to 11th at the end of day 9.
A bronze puts New Zealand in Gold medal position John Pickering Aug 06
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