Gold Coast will be Quentin's first Commonwealth Games. He competed at the Olympic Games London 2012 and Rio 2016. He finished 27th and 12th respectively.

At the Beijing 2015 World Championships he finished a highly creditable tenth in the 50km race and 17th in the 20km event.

At the World Championships in London 2017 he finished 12th in a NZ record of 3:46:29, ranking him 18th in the world for the 50km walk in 2017.

The 33 year old physiotherapist lives and trains in Melbourne, a stronghold of Australian race-walking.

Quentin holds the NZ records for 3000m, 20km and 50km race walks.

Quentin is coached by Brett Vallance and belongs to Wellington Harrier Athletic Club.


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Quentin's Games History