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New dates for the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) in Abu Dhabi

Given the uncertainty related with the evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic worldwide, the safeguard of the athletes’ health and safety,


Ocean Swims 2020 Wrap

Auckland swimmer Sebastien Priscott and Nelson's Abbey Smale were the overall winners of the national Banana Boat Ocean Swim Series, after the season was cut from seven races to four due to the Covid-19 lockdown.


SNZ Awards last week

Swimming New Zealand hosted the 2019 SNZ Awards last week. The awards were originally planned to be awarded during the 2020 Aon Open championships, however, due to the current situation - the event was postponed.


Additional guidelines on Alert Level 4 rules - no water based activities, tramping...

COVID-19 new guidelines - recreation and exercise does not involve swimming, water-based activities (for example, surfing or boating), hunting, tramping, or other activities


Australian Dolphins Swim Team and Swimming Australia

As athletes, coaches and staff at Swimming Australia, are closely following the developments and impact of the COVID-19 situation around the world


Important Announcement Relating to National Championships and Olympic Trials

Swimming NZ has made the following decisions relating to their national championship events over the coming months


Race four of the Ocean Swim Series - great day for local Nelson swimmers

Swimmers Luke Kelly and Abbey Smale took full advantage of local knowledge, taking out the top male and female spots in race four of the national Banana Boat Ocean Swim Series


Nelson Swim

Nelson swimmers had a final hit out on Sunday as they prepare for the arrival of the Banana Boat Ocean Swim Series in the city next Saturday, March 7.


Priscott takes second win in Banana Boat series in Akaroa

Auckland swimmer Sebastien Priscott took line honours in the 5km Generation Homes La Grande swim in Akaroa on Saturday, while Nelson swimmer Abbey Smale finished fourth overall


Stunning End to Series on Sunday

Australia has finished atop of the medal tally at the World Para Swimming World Series in Melbourne after amassing a total of 16 gold, 17 silver and 19 bronze across the three-day international competition.