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New Zealand Swimming Trust Table Auction

The New Zealand Swimming Trust Table Auction came to an exciting conclusion yesterday with a flurry of bids in the final countdown before the auction closed.

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Games swimming squad doubles up for Pan Pacific test

The Commonwealth Games swimming squad will form the basis of the team named today for the Pan Pacific Championships in August.

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Swim stars tough it out in Navy drills

Some of the members of New Zealand’s international swimming team, the Aquablacks, were put through their paces yesterday morning in team building activities at the Royal New Zealand Naval base in Devonport, Auckland.

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8TH Oceania Championships - Apia, Samoa

The Oceania Swimming Championships are currently held every 2 years, in even years. They are organized by the Oceania Swimming Association, and feature teams representing countries and islands from that region. The championships include open water, pool and synchronised swimming. Samoa are hosts for the 2010 Oceania Championships.

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2009 Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships - Guam

The Junior Pan Pacific Championships comprises full strength teams from the Pacific Rim including USA, Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

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12TH FINA World Championships (2007) - Australia

The FINA World Championships are contested in a long course (50-meter) pool. The event was first held in 1973 and is now held every two years. From 1978-1998, the World Championships were held every four years, in the even years between Summer Olympic years. From 2001 on, the Championships have been held every two years, in the odd years. A total of 2,158 athletes from 167 nations will participate in the 2007 Worlds.

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15TH FINA World Championships (2013) - Barcelona

The FINA World Championships are contested in a long course (50-meter) pool. The event was first held in 1973 and is now held every two years. From 1978-1998, the World Championships were held every four years, in the even years between Summer Olympic years. From 2001 on, the Championships have been held every two years, in the odd years.

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Kiwi swimmers seal selection for Pan Pacific Championships

Rotorua swimmer Kane Radford has cemented his place in the New Zealand team for the Pan Pacific Championships.

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Double for Radford in State NZ Open Water Championship

World championship representative Kane Radford won his second Oceania and national titles at the State New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo today.

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Radford makes it three at State NZ Open Water Championship

Rotorua swimmer Kane Radford showed his class in winning his third straight victory at the State New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo today.

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Radford returns to chase more open water swimming success

A Kiwi link more than 5000kms away is the key to the reinvigorated open water swim hopes of Rotorua’s Kane Radford.

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International Flavour to State Open Water Championships

The State New Zealand Open Water Championships take on an international flavour in Taupo next week.

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Radford and Ryan lead NZ team to Oceania Championships

The New Zealand Open Water swimming team for the 2014 Oceania Championships has been confirmed today.

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Medley man breaks freestyle swim record in Australia

Medley specialist Nathan Capp led the way with a New Zealand record effort on the third night of finals at the Queensland Swimming championships in Brisbane.

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Open water swimmers test against the best in Canada

Open water swimmers Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby will begin their race preparation for the Pan Pacific Championships when they compete in the next stages of the FINA 10km Open Water World Cup.

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Webby has solid hit out in lead up to Pan Pacs

Charlotte Webby had a personal best result in an international 10km swim in Canada this morning (NZT), finishing 8th in the FINA 10km Open Water World Cup at Lake St. Jean.

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Radford and Webby step it up at FINA 10km World Cup

Open Water swimmers Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby both had improved performances at the latest FINA 10km Marathon Open Water World Cup event at Lake Magog in Canada.

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Radford retains prestigious Tiburon Mile swim in San Francisco

New Zealand Open Water champion Kane Radford has defended his title in the famed Tiburon Mile in San Francisco Bay today.

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Radford has final warm up before Pan Pacs

Kane Radford completed his third 10km race in as many weeks over the weekend at Lake Megnatic in Canada.

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Open Water Swimmers Take First Plunge Towards Rio Olympics

Swimmers will take their first splash towards the Rio Olympics at the State New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo this weekend.

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Radford, Baker Defend National Open Water Swim Honours

Rotorua’s Kane Radford and Australian-based Cara Baker retained their titles in the State New Zealand Open Water Swim Championships in Taupo today.

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Glover Chalks up the Swimming Miles in State Epic Swim

Forgive Casey Glover if he does not join in the usual celebrations at the conclusion of tomorrow’s 10km swim at the State New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo.

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Double Honours for Baker, Radford at State NZ Open Water Championships

It proved a successful double for Kane Radford and Cara Baker on the second day of the State New Zealand Open Water Swim Championships in Taupo today.

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World Champion Leads Swimming Team to Barcelona

Short course world champion Lauren Boyle will lead a 14-strong team to the FINA World Swimming Championships.

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2013 FINA World Championship Team Announced

Congratulations to the 2013 AquaBlack Team who will travel to the World Championships in Barcelona later this year:

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Tough European Build-Up for Swimming New Zealand Team

The New Zealand swim team will embark on a demanding schedule in Europe in preparation for July’s FINA World Championships.

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Kean Wins Again in Final Mare Nostrum Swim Meet in France

Wellington backstroker Gareth Kean continued on his winning ways on the final day of the Mare Nostrum swim meet in France today.

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Bright Start for New Zealand at World Swimming Championships

New Zealand’s open water swimmers Cara Baker and Kane Radford impressed on the opening day of the FINA World Championships in Barcelona.

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Radford Solid in Blistering Open Water Race at World Championships

Rotorua swimmer Kane Radford produced his strongest performance to finish 20th in a blistering men’s 10km open water swim at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Barcelona today.

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Baker 23rd in Barcelona 10km Open Water Swim

Queensland-based kiwi swimmer Cara Baker has finished 23rd, only 19 seconds back from the winner, in the women’s 10km open water swim at the FINA World Championships in Barcelona today.

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Top-10 Finish for New Zealand in Team Open Water

New Zealand has earned a top-10 finish in the open water team race at the FINA Swimming World Championships in Barcelona today.

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Kiwi Swimmers Dip Toes in Water Across Tasman

New Zealand swimmers had their first competitive outing of the season across the Tasman over the weekend.

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Radford Looks to Rio

Kane Radford has been a regular on the international open water scene for many years now and over the past few weeks he has proven that he will continue to challenge the best in the world.

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Australian Swim Meets Lure Kiwis Across the Ditch

The end of the year is quickly approaching with a large number of Kiwi swimmers hopping across the ditch to compete in the last swimming competitions of the year. 128 New Zealander’s will compete at the New South Wales Open Water Championships, the Victorian Age Group Championships, and the Queensland State Championships over the weekend.

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Conditions suit kiwi swimmers in Olympic open water qualifier

Cool water temperatures and strong tides are expected to favour New Zealand swimmers in the final Olympic qualifier for the 10km open water swim in Portugal at the weekend.

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Swimming Relay teams confirmed for Olympics

New Zealand Swimming’s three relay teams have been confirmed today for the London Olympics.

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Hot pace surprises Radford in Olympic marathon swim qualifier

The face of open water swimming has changed forever according to Rotorua swimmer Kane Radford after he missed out on his Olympic dream in the final qualifying event in Portugal today.

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Baker swamped in final lap sprint at Olympic marathon swim qualifier

New Zealand swimmer Cara Baker has finished just two seconds off an automatic spot for the London Olympics in the FINA marathon open water swim qualifier in Portugal today.

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The New Zealand Swimming Trust Grants

The New Zealand Swimming Trust grants have reached a new level!

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State New Zealand Swim Championships – Day 6 Wrap

North Shore sprinter Hayley Palmer, hospitalised with glandular fever last year, bounced back to grab a ticket to the Olympics on the last night of finals at the State New Zealand Swimming Championships in Auckland tonight.

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State New Zealand Swimming Championships – Day 4 Heats

Lauren Boyle set herself up for another Olympic qualifying time on the fourth day of heats at the State New Zealand Swimming Championships.

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NSW Swimming Championships - Day 3 Wrap

Wellington 20 year old Gareth Kean sounded a warning shot across the bows of Australia’s best on the final night of the New South Wales Swimming Championships in Sydney tonight.

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NSW Swimming Championships - Day 3 Heats

Wellington backstroker Gareth Kean booked another showdown against Australian’s best on the final night of the New South Wales Swimming Championships in Sydney.

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Kiwi swimmers take on best in Pan Pacific Championships

The New Zealand swim team has arrived in the Gold Coast for a test against the best in the 12th Pan Pacific Championship starting on Thursday.

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2014 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships - Australia

The Pan Pacific Swimming Championships is a long course swimming event first held in 1985. The meet is considered to be one of the toughest international swimming competitions outside of the Olympic Games, World Championships and European Championships, due in part to the presence of swimming power-house nationals like Australia and the United States

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Olympic swim hopefuls splash out across the Tasman

New Zealand Swimming’s Olympic hopefuls splash out for their first litmus test on progress towards London at the New South Wales Championships in Sydney this weekend.

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Radford, Baker claim 5km open water swim honours

Kiwi swimmers Kane Radford and Cara Baker confirmed their good form in taking out the 5km honours at the State New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo today.

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Baker, Radford keep Olympic dreams alive in open water swim

While Cara Baker and Kane Radford had to play second fiddle to the Australians, their Olympic dreams remain alive after today’s State New Zealand Open Water 10km Championship in Taupo.

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Baker goes to school for Olympic qualifying open water swim

London hopeful Cara Baker is hoping to put some good learnings into practice in Saturday’s crucial Olympic qualifying 10km open water swim in Taupo.

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New heights for Radford in Olympic open water swim qualifier

Rotorua swimmer Kane Radford has gone to new heights in his quest for the London Olympic Games.

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Top competition boost for Olympic open water swim qualifier

The appearance of some top rating Australians, led by world champion Melissa Gorman, should ensure international quality racing for this weekend’s crucial Olympic open water swimming qualifier in Taupo.

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Boyle earns second medal in world record race

Lauren Boyle had to dig deep to earn her second medal at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships on the Gold Coast tonight.

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Open water to be swum with Junior Pan Pacs in Maui

Today’s 10km open water events at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships have been cancelled due to poor water quality at two Gold Coast venues.

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SWIM ROTORUA RACE NIGHT

Well done to everyone who attended tonight's RACE NIGHT. Great to see some new smiley faces.

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Kane Radford wins medal, Liam Albery pipped in Pan Pacs open water

Rotorua swimmer Kane Radford had a long wait but it was worth it when he claimed the bronze medal in the Pan Pacific Championships open water 10km swim in Hawaii today.

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Kane gets Bronze Medal

Kane has won a Bronze Medal.....

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10TH Oceania Championships - New Zealand

The Oceania Swimming Championships are currently held every 2 years, in even years. They are organized by the Oceania Swimming Association, and feature teams representing countries and islands from that region. The championships include open water, pool and synchronised swimming. New Zealand are hosts for the 2014 Oceania Championships.

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Kane makes FINA Aquatics World Magazine

Kane Radford talks about his experience and goals in #openwaterswimming in the latest edition of the FINA Aquatics World Magazine

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Central Swimming Coaches Summit

Coaches from the Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Taranaki and Hawkes Bay Poverty Bay Regions gathered in Taupo last weekend for a Coaches Summit.

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Kiwi swimmers head across ditch for Aussie competition

Youth Olympic and Junior Pan Pacific medallists are among the list of Kiwi swimmers heading across the ditch to compete in the Queensland Championships and Victorian Age Group Championships starting this weekend.

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Kane Radford is back home training for the New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo

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6TH Oceania Championships - Australia

The 2006 Oceania Swimming Championships are being held from 7-16 July at three locations in Queensland, Australia. This is the sixth edition of the Championships, and features competitions in swimming, open water swimming and synchronized swimming (synchro).

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I FINA Youth World Swimming Championships - Brazil

The I FINA World Youth Swimming Championships, more commonly referred to as the 2006 Youth Worlds, is being from August 22–27 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. This is the first time the event is being held. Participants have to be 17 years or younger on the 31 December 2006.

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4TH FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships - Italy

The FINA World Open Water Swimming Championships, or more commonly "Open Water Worlds", is a bi-annual FINA championship for open water swimming. Race distances are 5, 10 and 25 kilometers.

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14TH FINA World Championships (2011)- China

The FINA World Championships are contested in a long course (50-meter) pool. The event was first held in 1973 and is now held every two years. From 1978-1998, the World Championships were held every four years, in the even years between Summer Olympic years. From 2001 on, the Championships have been held every two years, in the odd years.

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Radford, Webby earn world open water swim selection

New Zealand open water champions Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby have booked places in the national team for July’s world championships in Russia.

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Radford Rips It At Rottnest

New Zealand champion Kane Radford has taken out one of Australia’s prized open water events with victory in the Rottnest Channel Swim in Western Australia today.

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Kane wins Rottnest Channel Swim

The  Rotto crown has gone over the Tasman after New Zealand’s top open water swimmer Kane Radford defied gruelling conditions to win the solo...

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Launch Night - 20 March 2015

The last few weeks have been very exciting! We have enjoyed considerable success at the NZ Junior Championships, Central Swimming Championships and the BOP Relays...

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Baker Sets Kiwi Swim Campaign Off On Bright Note at World Championships

Cara Baker has given the New Zealand swim team a real boost with an impressive sixth placing in the 5km Open Water swim on the opening day of the FINA World Championships in Barcelona.

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Pascoe cracks world record, Boyle helps Robinson through

Para-Swimming star Sophie Pascoe set the pool alight with an outstanding world record on the penultimate night of finals at the New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland.

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Swimming qualifies biggest team for World University Games

New Zealand will send a 19-strong team, the biggest in their history, to July’s World University Games in Korea.

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Kiwi open water swimmers compete in Mexico

Four Kiwi open water swimmers will take to the waters of Mexico this weekend in the fourth leg of the FINA 10km Marathon Swimming World Cup 2015.

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Top 16 for Radford, Webby in Mexico

New Zealand open water stars Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby both finished 16th in deep fields for the fourth round of the FINA/Hosa 10km Marathon Swimming World Cup in Mexico.

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World championship team in action this weekend

The team to compete at the 16th FINA World Championships will be in action across a number of meets over the next few days as part of their preparation for Kazan.

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Capp collects at Australian Grand Prix

Nathan Capp showed encouraging form on the second day of the Australian Grand Prix meet in Townsville.

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Swim Rotorua Shines At Swimming BOP Awards

There was recognition of an outstanding year for Swim Rotorua at the Bay of Plenty Swimming Awards today with club members receiving the following honours: -...

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Radford, Webby finish 11th in FINA 10km World Cup

Eleven proved a popular number for New Zealand swimmers Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby in the latest round of the FINA 10km World Cup in Portugal.

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2015 World University Games - Korea

The Universiade is an international sporting and cultural festival, staged every two years in a different city around the world, representing both winter and summer competitions. The 2015 summer edition will be held in Gwangju City, Korea from July 3-14. An estimated 12,200 athletes are expected to participate.

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Seventh for Hunter at World Uni Games

Counties Manukau swimmer Daniel Hunter finished seventh in the blue ribbon 100m freestyle final on the fifth day of World University Games in Korea.

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Kiwis a touch off finals

New Zealand swimmers Daniel Hunter and Helena Gasson were a touch away from places in the finals on the penultimate day of pool action at the World University Games in Korea.

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Final day of swimming at World Uni Games

The New Zealand women’s medley relay swim team has finished eighth in the final on the last day of pool competition at the World University Games in Korea.

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Radford finishes 8th at World Uni Games

National champion Kane Radford was disappointed with his eighth placing in the 10km open water race on the final day of swimming competition at the World University Games.

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Women's medley relay qualify for final

The New Zealand women’s medley relay swim team has qualified for the final on the last day of pool competition at the World University Games in Korea.

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Open water swimmers lead NZ campaign at FINA World Championships

Rotorua’s Kane Radford and Taranaki’s Charlotte Webby lead the New Zealand campaign at the FINA World Championships in Russia on Monday (local time).

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Swim Rotorua's Kane Radford chosen as New Zealand Flag Bearer at FINA World Championships

Swim Rotorua Swimmer Kane Radford is the proud flag bearer for New Zealand's aquatic athletes at the FINA World Championships 2015.   In another...

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FINA World Championships – NZ Open Water Day 1

Rotorua swimmer Kane Radford has finished 30th in the men’s 10km Open Water Swim at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Russia.

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FINA World Championship Update

Rotorua swimmer Kane Radford has finished 30th in the men’s 10km Open Water Swim at the...

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Rotorua a swimming hot spot

New initiatives are helping to revitalise the Rotorua Aquatic Centre and swimming in Rotorua.

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Rotorua Aquatic Centre achieves National recognition

Rotorua a "swimming hotspot" according to the latest edition of Swimming New Zealand freestyler newsletter.

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Swimming New Zealand elects new Board Chairman

Auckland businessman Bruce Cotterill has been elected as Swimming New Zealand’s new Board Chairman, announced at the Annual General Meeting in Auckland at the weekend.

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Open Water Swimming

If you want to wear goggles in an open water race put your goggles on before you put your cap on, they will stay put and not fall off. The start of a race is very crowded and hectic and it is easy for someone to knock your goggles off.

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Radford wins in Western Australia

Kane Radford took honours in the 10km open water event at the Open Water Swimming State Championships in Western Australian over the weekend.

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2007 Junior Pan Pacific Swimming Championships - Hawaii

The Junior Pan Pacific Championships comprises full strength teams from the Pacific Rim including USA, Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. This is the 2nd Junior Pan Pacific Championships. Countries from all over the Pacific will send elite swimmers under 18 who have not represented their countries in international competition nor attended their country's' Olympic Trials.

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2007 SNZ Youth Development Squad - American Tour

SNZ Youth Development Squad - American Tour

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Eight swimmers confirmed to make a splash in Rio

New Zealand will send an eight-strong swim team to the Rio Olympic Games, announced today at the Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre by the New Zealand Olympic Committee.

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NZ Swimming Trust announces 2016 Grant Recipients

The New Zealand Swimming Trust is pleased to announce the grant recipients for 2016.

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New Zealand trio chase open water spots in final Rio qualifier

Three New Zealand swimmers will take on a glamour field in the last-gasp 10km Open Water Rio Olympic qualifier in Portugal over the weekend.

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Competitive Kiwi open water swimmers miss direct Rio Olympic spots

New Zealand’s open water swimmers were competitive without reward in the FINA Marathon Swimming Olympic Qualification event in Portugal.

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Statement from Swimming New Zealand on Rio Olympic Marathon Swim

Swimming New Zealand selectors will consider the cases of open water swimmers Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby for nomination to the New Zealand Olympic Committee for the Rio Olympics.

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Statement from SNZ on Open Water Swimmers

Swimming New Zealand selectors have decided they will not nominate any open water swimmers to be considered for selection to the Rio Olympics.

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Kane Radford - Olympian and Swim Rotorua Athlete

Swim Rotorua's first Olympian is profiled before the Rio olympics

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Swimming New Zealand nominate Kane Radford for Rio Olympics

Swimming New Zealand has nominated open water swimmer Kane Radford to the New Zealand Olympic Committee to be considered for selection to the Rio Olympics.

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Eight swimmers to be nominated after final trial in Canada

Swimming New Zealand will nominate eight individuals who achieved FINA A qualifying times for the Rio Olympics.

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Radford, Webby earn Olympic open water qualifying showdown

Open water swimmers Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby have earned the opportunity to compete in the final qualifying event in the 10km marathon swim for the Rio Olympics.

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Boyle out of 800m free final

Lauren Boyle has narrowly missed progressing to the final of the 800m freestyle in Rio today.

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Schedule

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Radford 19th in 10km swim

New Zealander Kane Radford finished 19th in the men’s marathon swim today.

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Results

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Swim Rotorua Olympian's Marathon Swim

Kane Radford battles to an impressive 19th place in the 2016 Olympic Marathon swim

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Two medals, 10 Individual finals in the pool in Hawaii

It proved close but no podium reward for New Zealand swimmers on the final night in pool competition at the Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Hawaii today.

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16th FINA World Championships 2015

The 16th FINA World Championships will take place from 24 July to 9 August, 2015 in Kazan, Russia. The event was first held in 1973 and is now held every two years. From 1978-1998, the World Championships were held every four years, in the even years between Summer Olympic years. From 2001 on, the Championships have been held every two years, in the odd years.

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Boyle fourth at famed Tiburon Mile

Lauren Boyle is mixing business with pleasure on her holiday in San Francisco, finishing fourth in the famed Tiburon Mile open water swim.

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Lauren Boyle awarded Swimmer of the Year

Lauren Boyle has been awarded Swimming New Zealand’s Swimmer of the Year.

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Radford, Webby lead journey to world championships

Defending champions Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby have more at stake than national titles in the New Zealand Open Water Swimming Championships in Taupo at the weekend.

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Radford claims fourth national open water swimming title

Kane Radford retained his national title in the New Zealand Open Water 10km Championships at Lake Taupo today.

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Radford, Hayes claim open water swim double

Kane Radford and Penelope Hayes made it a double this weekend claiming the 5km New Zealand Open Water Championship honours at Lake Taupo today.

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Open Water swimmers splash out for Rio at Epic Swim in Taupo

The Rio Olympic aspiration for the country’s leading marathon swimmers ramps up at the New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo this weekend.

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Radford grabs fifth New Zealand Open Water swimming title

Kane Radford has notched up his fifth consecutive national title in the 10km New Zealand Open Water Championships at Lake Taupo today.

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Radford, Webby claim New Zealand open water double

Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby made it a double this weekend claiming honours in the 5km New Zealand Open Water Championship at Lake Taupo today.

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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.

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Swim Rotorua's National 5km Open Water Champion

Boles celebrates open water champs success

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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.

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More Open Water Success for Swim Rotorua

Swim Rotorua's younger athletes shone at the New Zealand National Open Water Championships in Lake Taupo

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2ND FINA World Youth Championships - Mexico 2008

The 2nd FINA World Youth Swimming Championships, or 2008 Youth Worlds, are from July 8–13 in Monterrey, Nuevo León, Mexico. The Championships will be held at the Aquatics Center of the Universidad Autónoma de Nuevo León (Centro Acuático Olímpico Universitario). Male participants have to be 18 years or younger on the 31 December 2008 and female participants have to be 17 years or younger on the 31 December 2008.

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7TH Oceania Championships - New Zealand 2008

The 2008 Oceania Swimming Championships are being held in New Zealand and feature competition in swimming, open water swimming and synchronized swimming. It is the 7th Oceania Swimming Championships and second time that New Zealand will host the event after playing host to the 2000 Championships.

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Swimming boss delighted with performances

Swimming New Zealand will send a 10-strong team following an encouraging New Zealand Open Championships that finished in Auckland tonight.

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Capp, Gichard, Pascoe, Dubber add to qualifiers

Ten New Zealand swimmers have now qualified for the upcoming world championships after just two nights of the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.

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Swimmers make first splash towards Rio Olympics

New Zealand swimmers face an important step towards next year’s Rio Olympics at the national open championships in Auckland starting on Tuesday.

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State New Zealand Open Championships – Day 2 Wrap

Top performers Lauren Boyle and Glenn Snyders added further Commonwealth Games qualifying performances on the second night of the State New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland tonight.

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Pascoe awarded Swimming New Zealand Swimmer of the Year

Star Para swimmer Sophie Pascoe has been awarded Swimming New Zealand’s Swimmer of the year.

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Kane Radford Back To Winning Ways in Australia

Kane Radford has won the Lake Argyle Swim, Kimberley, setting a new race record.

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Swim Rotorua cleans up at Bay of Plenty awards brunch

Swim Rotorua have had a morning to remember at the annual Bay of Plenty Swimming Awards. The awards are held each year to celebrate outstanding performances from athletes, officials and volunteers

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Rio 2016 Olympic Games

Rio 2016 Olympic Games

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Swim Rotorua Makes Waves At Open Water Championships

Swim Rotorua's amazing team effort at National Open Water Championships

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Swim Rotorua Success at Sand to Surf Swim

Rotorua teenager David Boles wins Sand to Surf ocean swim at Mount Maunganui

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2010 Swimming New Zealand Awards

Saturday 10th April 2010. Dinner and awards presentation.

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2014 Swimming New Zealand Awards

12 April 2014, Viaduct Events Centre, Auckland.

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2016 Swimming New Zealand Awards

Awards & Winners Finalists

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2017 Swimming New Zealand Awards

Saturday 8 April 2017Ellerslie Event Centre, Auckland Finalists

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DOYLE AND HUNTER WIN 100M FREESTYLE CROWNS

Carina Doyle and Daniel Hunter won the coveted blue ribbon 100m freestyle titles on the final night of the 2018 Aon New Zealand Open Championships.

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Swim Rotorua on medal winning spree in Taranaki

Swim Rotorua's annual trip to the Taranaki Winter Short Course Championships resulted in a record medal haul. The enthusiastic team of 34 swimmers pushed each other to the limit to bring back 104 medals.

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Our Club

We are affiliated to Swimming Bay of Plenty and Swimming New Zealand and operate within...

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Swim Rotorua Club Championships

Swim Rotorua Club Championships 2020  (19th July)

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