London 2012 was the first Olympic Games for Quentin, placing thirtieth. Since then Quentin's standing has improved significantly and at the Beijing 2015 World Championships he finished a highly creditable tenth in the 50km race and 17th in the 20km event.
Improving every season and beating some of the top race-walkers in the world gives Quentin confidence that he can keep on improving and force his way into the top echelon of racewalkers in the world. Also beckoning for Quentin is the New Zealand record of 3:48.04 for 50km held by Commonwealth Games medallist Craig Barrett. Quentin already has taken Barrett's 3000m track and 20km road walk records and in Beijing he was just 44s short.Read more
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