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Records Keep Rolling at Virtual Short Course

Para world records continued to tumble at the Hancock Prospecting Australian Virtual Short Course as session three rounded out this morning with racing in Hobart, Brisbane and Perth, after sessions in the days before in Sydney and Melbourne.


Records Galore at Fast-paced Aussie Virtual Short Course Action

Swimmers from all over the country rejoiced as they dived back into the pool in five different states to compete in the Hancock Prospecting Australian Virtual Short Course.


Records Galore at Fast-paced Virtual Short Course Action

Swimmers from all over the country rejoiced as they dived back into the pool in five different states to compete in the Hancock Prospecting Australian Virtual Short Course.


Nelson Swim Series - Currents splinter swim field in race two

Rai Valley brother and sister Alec and Brooke Swan prevailed in strong currents at race two of the Port Nelson Swim Series on Thursday.


Olympic Champion Horton To Mark 150 000 Students Inspired by Olympics Unleashed

The program is free for schools thanks to the support of presenting partner Optus and state governments.


Exciting first night at sea swims

Nelson swimmer Oxford Bayley celebrated his 17th birthday in style, winning the opening race of the Port Nelson Sea Swim Series on Thursday.


Sport NZ invests $7m in new plan for Māori wellbeing

Sport NZ Ihi Aotearoa has announced $7m of new investment over the next four years to improve wellbeing outcomes for Māori. This new plan will see the government agency


Search continues for missing swimmer near Mt Maunganui

The search for a missing swimmer near Mt Maunganui resumed at first light this morning.


Perkins appointed Swimming Australia President

Swimming Australia is pleased to announce two-time Olympic gold medallist, Kieren Perkins OAM, has been elected as the President of Swimming Australia by the Board this week.


More than 2,000 organisations supported by $15 million Community Fund

More than 2,000 play, active recreation and sport organisations across Aotearoa New Zealand have received relief funding from Sport NZ’s $15 million Community Resilience Fund Phase 2