Daniel Willcox, from Auckland's Murrays Bay Sailing Club, will make his Olympic debut at Rio 2016 sailing together with Paul Snow-Hansen in the Men's 470 double-handed dinghy.

Willcox and Snow-Hansen are long-time friends, both representing New Zealand at junior level at the 2004 Optimist World Championships, where Willcox placed 4th. They paired up in the Men's 470 in 2013 to embark on the Road to Rio.

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Daniel's Games History

  • Olympic Summer Games Rio 2016

    • Sailing (470 - Men)
      470 Men's Two Person Dinghy - Medal Race (Snow-Hansen/Willcox) 104pts
      470 Men's Two Person Dinghy - Race 10 (Snow-Hansen/Willcox) 16pts Q
      470 Men's Two Person Dinghy - Race 09 (Snow-Hansen/Willcox) 10pts
      470 Men's Two Person Dinghy - Race 08 (Snow-Hansen/Willcox) 13pts
      470 Men's Two Person Dinghy - Race 07 (Snow-Hansen/Willcox) 2pts
      470 Men's Two Person Dinghy - Race 06 (Snow-Hansen/Willcox) 5pts
      470 Men's Two Person Dinghy - Race 05 (Snow-Hansen/Willcox) 23pts
      470 Men's Two Person Dinghy - Race 04 (Snow-Hansen/Willcox) 15pts
      470 Men's Two Person Dinghy - Race 03 (Snow-Hansen/Willcox) 20pts
      470 Men's Two Person Dinghy - Race 02 (Snow-Hansen/Willcox) 10pts
      470 Men's Two Person Dinghy - Race 01 (Snow-Hansen/Willcox) 2pts
      Placed 10 of 26