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Competition and Event Policies

SNZ Competition and Event Policies   ...

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Anti Match Fixing and Sports Betting Policy

Swimming New Zealand is committed to maintaining the fundamental character of sporting competition as an honest test of skill and ability and to prevent Match-Fixing from undermining the integrity of swimming.

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SNZ Rewards Policy

Swimming New Zealand administers the SNZ Rewards Programme on behalf of all SNZ members. The SNZ Rewards Programme recognise and rewards the achievements of NZ Swimmers setting New Zealand Open, Commonwealth and World Records and achieving medal performances at Short Course and Long Course Pinnacle events.

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Disputes & Disciplinary Policy

The objectives of the Disputes and Disciplinary Policy are to determine alleged breaches of the Code of Conduct and Member Protection Policy. To resolve disputes that may arise between members and To make decisions on appeals by a Member against a decision of a Regional Association or Member Club involving suspension, expulsion, penalty or material detriment to the Member.

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Member Protection Policy

The Member Protection Policy has been developed to provide an outline of Swimming New Zealand’s responsibilities and the responsibilities of affiliated organisations and individuals associated with Swimming New Zealand, on a range of key issues such as child protection, anti-discrimination, harassment etc.

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Privacy Policy

Swimming New Zealand knows that you care how information about you is used and shared, and we appreciate your trust that we will do so carefully and sensibly. We are committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. This notice describes our Privacy Policy. By visiting this website, you are accepting the practices described in this Privacy Policy.

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Swimming New Zealand Code of Conduct

The Objective of the Code are to ensure that Members, parents and guardians comply with certain standards of behaviour when participating in swimming related activities.

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