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April Events to Proceed

Swimming Australia confirmed the 2021 Australian Age Swimming Championships, which includes the Australian Multi-Class Swimming Championships


Ocean Swim - Mt Maunganui

Auckland 15-year-old Alex Dunkley inched closer to a series victory in the national Banana Boat Ocean swim series with a win in race six - the Generation Homes The Mount Swim in Mt Maunganui on Saturday.


2021 Aon NZ Swimming Champs Preview

The 2021 Aon New Zealand Swimming Championships kicks off next week from Monday 5th to Saturday 10th April. Returning to Auckland again, held at the Sir Own Glenn National Aquatic Centre


Career Best World Cup for Snowboarder Cool Wakushima 

18 year old Kiwi snowboarder Cool Wakushima (Queenstown) has finished in 7th place at the final FIS Snowboard Slopestyle World Cup of the season held at Corvatsch Park in Silvaplana, Switzerland overnight.


FIS Freeski Slopestyle World Cup Kiwi's in action

New Zealand freeskiers Finn Bilous and Margaux Hackett (both Wanaka) have finished in 7th and 8th place respectively at the FIS Freeski Slopestyle World Cup


Nico Porteous Claims Bronze Medal at Final Halfpipe World Cup of the Season

Nico Porteous from Wanaka has claimed the bronze medal at the men’s FIS Freeski Halfpipe World Cup held in Aspen this morning. This is the final halfpipe event


Norway is crowned in Andorra champion of Winter Triathlon

The day started chilly and windy in Naturlandia, and with the course covered with sheets of ice that forced some changes and a small delay of the start of the competition, and with 12 teams


Alice Robinson Wins FIS Giant Slalom World Cup Finals

Alice Robinson from Queenstown has finished her 2021 season on a high, claiming first place at the FIS Giant Slalom World Cup Finals overnight in Lenzerheide, Switzerland.


Blue Lake swim

For the second time this summer a swimmer from further back in the field came through to surprise the leaders with the fastest time in the Banana Boat Ocean Swim Series.


Elite Young Talent to Pull on the Green and Gold at Home

Swimming Australia will host a national competition in August that will see the country’s top junior athletes and talent from the next wave go head-to-head in a teams-based event,