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  • Olympian heads bumper fields for NZ swimming championships

    A near-record 670 swimmers from 96 clubs will contest the New Zealand Short Course Swimming Championships in the North Shore starting on Sunday.


    Date: 29/09/16

  • Hutt Swimming Club upskill their coaches

    Hutt Swimming Club pride themselves on delivering quality skilled coaching whilst introducing local youth to the joy of swimming.


    Date: 28/09/16

  • NZ team make a splash at Australian State Teams Short Course

    Thirteen-year-old Brearna Crawford led the way for the New Zealand team competing at the 2016 Australian State Teams Short Course Championships on the weekend.


    Date: 28/09/16

  • Services to swimming recognised at SNZ annual general meeting

    Sixteen members of the swimming community were yesterday recognised for their services to the sport at the annual general meeting of Swimming New Zealand.


    Date: 26/09/16

  • Te Awamutu Swimming Club celebrates growth and success

    A swimming club has been in existence in some form in the Waipa District since around 1908 and has seen many changes over the years with it coming to be what we know it as today, Te Awamutu Swimming Club, some 50 odd years ago.


    Date: 23/09/16

  • Rio rejoice for NZ Paralympics swim team

    The New Zealand swim team concluded their successful Paralympic in Rio with six gold medals, to better their winning efforts from London four years ago.


    Date: 18/09/16

  • Fisher fourth in freestyle at Rio

    Outstanding Wellington swimmer Mary Fisher was close to adding to her medal haul on day eight of Para-Swimming action in Rio.


    Date: 16/09/16

  • Howarth & Dubber final on day seven in Rio

    Yesterday’s gold medallist Nikita Howarth returned to the pool in Rio today in the 100m Breaststroke SB9 along with North Shore’s Rebecca Dubber in the 400m freestyle S7.


    Date: 15/09/16

  • Te Rapa Primary School Teachers relish the opportunity to upskill in the water

    Te Rapa Primary School in Hamilton are making sure their students get the best water safety and learn to swim education possible.


    Date: 15/09/16

 

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