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Roly Crichton Supporting Canterbury’s Future Paralympians

23rd January 2017

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

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Swimming Master Coach Pic Parkhouse passes away17th January 2017

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...

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Swimming on New Years Honours List01st January 2017

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

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Swimming New Zealand Announces New CEO 22nd December 2016

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

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Canterbury Para-Swimming Clinic 06th December 2016

Canterbury Para-Swimming squads rounded out a successful year with a Para-Swimming Clinic last weekend in Christchurch.

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Interested in volunteering at the World Masters Games 2017? 02nd December 2016

Be part of the 4,000 strong Pit Crew who will assist in delivering the world’s largest multi-sport event.

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Howick Pakuranga celebrate 50 years 18th November 2016

Counties Manukau swim club Howick Pakuranga (HPK) has recently celebrated its 50th year.

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NZ Technical Officials take part in FINA Swimming Officials School 03rd November 2016

Three Wellington technical officials have recently returned from Brisbane, Australia where they took part in a FINA Swimming Officials School.

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Swimming New Zealand seeks Education Advisors 01st November 2016

Swimming New Zealand is looking for people who are passionate about Kiwis having the skills and knowledge to enjoy the water safely.

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World Masters Games 2017 Entertainment Hub announced 21st October 2016

Swimmers competing at World Masters Games 2017 will have access to exclusive athlete only social events on Queens Wharf as part of their Games registration...

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