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Auckland Marathon perfect endurance training for pending Kaikoura Hydrographic Survey

Looking great part way through, but the finish was still a little way off! Dan Graham, one of DML’s hydrographic surveyors toughs it out in the Auckland Marathon last Sunday in a brisk 3hrs and 23mins!  That placed him 65th in his age group and 135 overall with an ave...
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