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  • STA course proves to be popular for Gateway students in the BOP

    Over 35 students in the Bay of Plenty have attended Swimming NZ Swim Teacher Award course this year with Education Advisor Erin Fowler through Gateway in their schools. Students from six high schools in Tauranga and Rotorua have attended the STA course and are now working towards completing the STA and gaining their 43 credits.


    Date: 25/05/17

  • 2017 Outward Bound Course

    Ten age group swimmers from around the country are currently taking on the outdoors for Swimming New Zealand’s annual Outward Bound Camp in Anakiwa, Picton.


    Date: 19/05/17

  • SNZ Education Course Success

    Here at SNZ we are incredibly proud of the quality of our education courses delivered on learn to swim and water safety in our community. We offer a wide range of courses from our entry level course Swim Teacher Award to the NZ Certificate in Swim Teaching courses and a schools programme assisting teachers about aquatics.


    Date: 19/05/17

  • Swimming for All, Swimming for Life

    Bangkok in Thailand recently hosted the first ever FINA International Clinic - Swimming for All, Swimming for Life – from May 15-17. Participants from 49 countries* and representing the five continents took part in the clinic.


    Date: 19/05/17

  • Head of Participation Appointed

    Swimming New Zealand is delighted to announce that Andy Kent has been appointed as its new Head of Participation, to replace Kent Stead who leaves the organisation at the end of this month.


    Date: 19/05/17

  • Team for Commonwealth Youth Games announced

    The New Zealand Olympic Committee has confirmed nominations of 11 swimmers to compete in the sixth Commonwealth Youth Games.


    Date: 12/05/17

  • Upokongaro School Celebrates Swimming Success

    Upokongaro School received a Swimming New Zealand Kiwi Swim Safe award at the recent Swimming New Zealand awards.


    Date: 12/05/17

  • Swift Water Personal Skills Course

    Recently Swimming New Zealand were invited by Water Safe Auckland to attend a two-day workshop; Swift Water Personal Skills. The course incorporated Basic Water First Responder with Search & Rescue Institute NZ at the Vector Wero Whitewater Park, Manukau. Auckland Education Advisor, Moe went to represent Swimming New Zealand.


    Date: 05/05/17

  • High Performance Team visit USA

    A team of 16 athletes recently spent three weeks in Arizona and California, USA competing in two meets and attending the national team altitude camp.


    Date: 05/05/17

 

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