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  •   Home > News > Sports > Athletics

    Alana Barber will have to break new boundaries if she's to be hot stepping it to Tokyo

    Alana Barber will have to break new boundaries if she's to be hot stepping it to Tokyo


    The kiwi race-walker must break 91 minutes in the 20km distance to qualify automatically for this year's Olympics.



    She finished outside that time at the Oceania championships over the weekend.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


     Other Athletics News
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     28 Mar: Tom Walsh hopes to get some competitive shot putting in towards the end of the year
     28 Mar: The International Olympic Committee has announced all already qualified athletes will keep their spots at the 2021 Games in Tokyo
     25 Mar: Eliza McCartney knows she will be better off than some due to the postponement of the Olympic Games
     25 Mar: Tokyo 2020 Olympics postponed by one year due to coronavirus outbreak
     08 Mar: Distance runner Nick Willis has breezed through to the men's final of the the 1500 metres at the national track and field championships in Christchurch
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