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TL;DR news on Sanita Puspure at February 23, 2023

Qualifying for the 2012 Games in London saw Puspure become Ireland's first female single sculler at an Olympics since Moscow 1980. Noble and Puspure's heat goes off at 1.40am Irish time. Puspure rated her performance as "okay" and insists she can go faster next week in her bid to win a medal. Advertisement "The start could have been better but we will work on it," Puspure said after the race. Puspure is one of the more accomplished athletes at these Games, having competed at London 2012 and Rio 2016, carving a path for Ireland in international rowing. The honour of being the first Irish athlete in action falls to Sanita Puspure. The team is made up of one individual in Sanita Puspure, four double acts and one quartet.