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    New Zealand's sailing siblings are putting their bonds to the ultimate test during the coronavirus lockdown around the country

    New Zealand's sailing siblings are putting their bonds to the ultimate test during the coronavirus lockdown around the country


    49er FX sailor Alex Maloney and her brother Andy who sails in the Finn class and for Team New Zealand, moved in together pre lockdown, along with Andy's partner and two other flatmates.

    Alex says she's been utilising Andy's drive for fitness as motivation to keep on top of things herself.



    Alex Maloney's 49er FX teammate Molly Meech already lives with her brother and Laser sailor Sam.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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