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  • Roly Crichton Supporting Canterbury’s Future Paralympians

    ParaFed Canterbury was thrilled to have Paralympic super coach, Roly Crichton, working with their squad of development Para Swimmers at a recent training session.

    Date: 23/01/17

  • Swimming Master Coach Pic Parkhouse passes away

    January 26, 1974 was a special day for swimming and a magnificent one for our entire nation. The 10th British Commonwealth Games was staged in Christchurch – and on that remarkable day New Zealand achieved three medals in one finals session at the QEII Pool.

    Date: 17/01/17

  • Webby dominates, Boles wins on debut at NZ Open Water Swim Champs

    Rotorua swimmer David Boles claimed his debut win on the second day of the New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo.

    Date: 15/01/17

  • Webby retains title, debut win for Scott in open water swimming

    Taranaki swimmer Charlotte Webby retained her honours in the New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo.

    Date: 14/01/17

  • Ryan and Webby take on challengers for open water swim titles in Taupo

    The experienced Phillip Ryan and Charlotte Webby will face a barrage of young challengers at the New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo this weekend.

    Date: 13/01/17

  • World, Olympic Champion to swim at New Zealand Zonal Championships

    Four Australian swimmers, led by multi Olympic and World Champion Emily Seebohm, will compete in the New Zealand Zonal Championships in Auckland next month.

    Date: 06/01/17

  • Swimming on New Years Honours List

    Waikato Para-Swimmer Nikita Howarth and Swimming New Zealand Board member Simon Perry have been recognised in the New Year Honours List.

    Date: 01/01/17

  • Swimming New Zealand Announces New CEO

    Swimming New Zealand has today announced that Steve Johns has been appointed as the new Chief Executive Officer.

    Date: 22/12/16

  • NZ Career College invest in water safety skills for future nannies

    With the support of Swimming New Zealand 20 nannies from throughout New Zealand have received training in relation to keeping young children safer around the water.

    Date: 20/12/16


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