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Junior Zonal Festival attracts over 1200 young swimmers

Swimming New Zealand are pleased with the development of their junior programme with more than 1200 swimmers competing in the new-look competition that finished on Sunday.


Swimmers take the plunge in record numbers

The fourth event in the New Zealand Ocean Swim Series kicked off today in Rotorua with a record number of 1,100 participants taking the plunge in the Blue Lake.


Olympic Medalist Wins Thriller At Noosa

Olympic medalist Jessica Ashwood claimed a thrilling victory in the women's 5km Grand Prix at the Noosa Summer Swim Festival during the weekend.


NZ Champs - Gasson and Ashby encouraged, Seebohm impresses

Rio Olympians Bradlee Ashby and Helena Gasson were highly encouraged by their form under heavy training load at the New Zealand Zonal Swimming Championships at the Sir Owen G Glenn National Aquatic Centre in Auckland.


NZ Sprinters Coles Nitro Athletics series in Melbourne on Thursday.

Joseph Millar stunned the parochial Australian crowd with his personal best 10.30 performance in the 100m to back up his 150m victory on Saturday. He came agonizingly close to becoming only the third sub 10.30 sec New Zealander behind Augustine Nketi


Olympic swim stars to spark exciting Zonal competition

Kiwi Olympians Bradlee Ashby and Helena Gasson, along with Australian star Emily Seebohm, highlight an exciting night of swimming in the fourth New Zealand Zonal Championships in Auckland on Saturday.


Swimming united in four-year plan for Tokyo 2020

Swimming in Australia has a proud and rich record in the archives of Australia’s Olympic history.
The Australian Dolphins Swim team have worked hard to be a team the nation is proud of and in victory and defeat they have supported each other.


Jack McLoughlin and Kiah Melverton make successful switch with selection for World Champs

Rio Olympian Jack McLoughlin and World Short Course bronze medallist Kiah Melverton today proved their potential out of the pool as they each claimed victory in their respective open 5km time trials


Swimmers Go To Extra Lengths In Windy Welllington

The third event in the New Zealand Ocean Swim Series kicked off today in Wellington with 1,150 participants taking the plunge. Due to extremely strong northerly winds, event organisers decided to move the event from Oriental Bay to Lyall Bay to provi


Australian Champion Hall puts the call out for more MC swimmers to join Open Water

Paralympic gold medallist Brenden Hall has won the men’s Multi Class 5km open water title for the sixth year running, demonstrating his dominance and versatility as both a pool and open water competitor.