Kiwi set to feed the world
By NICK VENTER in Beijing - The Dominion Post | Friday, 08 August 2008The man in charge of feeding 10,000 Olympic athletes for the next two weeks speaks with an American accent and works for an American company but he'll be cheering for Kiwi Mahe Drysdale at the rowing venue tomorrow.
That's because Matt Moss, 36, catering operations manager at the Olympic Village, is a New Zealander.
He left the country 16 years ago to play rugby in Britain, Germany and the United States and wound up working for Aramark, the company that won the contract to supply about 3.5 million meals to athletes, coaches, officials and media during the Games. Read More