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Outstanding Competition at Oceans ’21 Despite “Super Sunday” Cancellation

Organisers are praising the “fantastic spirit” and performance of more than 850 competitors at this year’s Surf Life Saving New Zealand (SLSNZ) Oceans ’21 event in Mt Maunganui, despite Covid-19 level changes forcing a cancellation of the final day.


Oceans Swims take on Bean Rock

Brent Foster walked away with two gold medals from the Interislander Bean Rock swim on Saturday. One was for winning the race outright, the other for winning his M50-54 age group.


Port Nelson Sea Swim Series - Overcast night perfect for swimmers

Thursday wasn't the most attractive of evenings and the number of swimmers (91) was the lowest in 12 seasons of the Port Nelson Sea Swim Series.


Oceans 21 Celebrates its “Coming of Age”

More than 800 Junior Surf members from around Aotearoa New Zealand will make their way to Mt Maunganui’s Main Beach on Thursday for one of the country’s largest children’s sporting events.


Covid surprise in Akaroa Harbour Ocean Swim Series

Race three in the Banana Boat Ocean Swim Series was swum in perfect conditions in Akaroa Harbour on Saturday.


Nelson Swim - Tussle intense in short swim

While some of the country's fastest ocean swimmers battled it out over a 1650m course in Thursday's Port Nelson swim


Nathan Fa’avae on GODZone nutrition

Nathan Fa’avae on his nutrition plan for the epic GODZone and to ask about Absolute Wilderness Freeze Dry Meals, a business he owns and operates.


Competition tight in Nelson swims

Lorraine Mellors led in a tight group in Thursday's Port Nelson swim. Ten-year-olds Rocco Ellena, Maicah Kalani and Nia Linyard were each separated by a second in the 700m race.


Amazon Prime Video and Swimming Australia announce exclusive

Amazon Prime Video and Swimming Australia today announced an exclusive, two-year live broadcast streaming deal, to distribute the Australian Swimming championship events globally on Prime Video


Camps Converge for United Dolphins

Members of the Australian Dolphins swim team (Olympic program) will unite as a group for the first time since 2019 when they travel to the Gold Coast for their National Event Camps (NEC) this week.