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We’re back swimming under Alert Level 2!

08th May 2020

By now most of you will be across the Government’s announcement at 1.00 pm outlining what life will look like under Level 2. From a...

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Morry Doidge passed on 25 April 202029th April 2020

A grand old Master of New Zealand Swim Coaching passed on 25 April 2020, when we bade a sad farewell to Morry Doidge former Mt...

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Dianne Farmer Appointed Technical Official for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games05th March 2020

Dianne Farmer of Manawatu has been appointed as a technical official for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. Read more about Dianne's thirty years within the...

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2020 NZ Division II Championships Entries open on Thursday 5th March 04th March 2020

Entries for the 2020 NZ Division II Championship entries open on Thursday 5th March.⁠ ⁠The event will run from 5th - 9th May at Moana...

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Swimming New Zealand 2019 Roadshow 07th November 2019

Swimming NZ will once again travel throughout the country to speak face-to-face with members on a number of important and current topics – ALL WELCOME.

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Lesley Huckins Awarded Swimming New Zealand Life Membership 03rd October 2019

Lesley Huckins from Christchurch was last night presented with a Swimming New Zealand Life Membership Award for her over thirty years commitment to swimming in...

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2020 EPIC SWIM Entries Open on Monday 30th September at 12pm 27th September 2019

Entries will open for EPIC SWIM in Taupo next Monday 30th September at 12pm! The event is held between 11th - 12th January 2020.

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Corey Main from Howick Pakuranga Swim Club Announces Retirement 17th September 2019

Aquablack #243, Corey Main from Howick Pakuranga has announced his retirement from competitive swimming to focus on other endeavours. Swimming New Zealand would like to...

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Swimming New Zealand 2019 Annual Report 13th September 2019

Click below to read the Swimming New Zealand 2019 Annual Report.

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Emma Robinson from Capital Swim Club Announces Retirement 05th September 2019

Aquablack #239, Emma Robinson from Capital Swim Club has announced her retirement from competitive swimming to focus on other endeavours. Swimming New Zealand would like to...

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