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CEO Leigh Russell to depart Swimming Australia

Swimming Australia today confirmed that CEO Leigh Russell has advised the board she will be stepping down as CEO at the end of November this year.


Meridian Twizel Hard Labour Weekend

The Twizel Hard Labour weekend over two days saw top multisporters compete across kayak, mountain bike and trail running, with the Hard Labourer multisport race combining all three.


Trusts teach lessons via the Kathmandu Coast to Coast

The Kathmandu Coast to Coast is proving to be more than just a multisport endurance race for some groups of young people in Canterbury.


Swimming Australia bestows Life Memberships

Two Olympic gold medallists and a legendary coach were awarded Life Membership of Swimming Australia at its 111th Annual General Meeting last night.


Hancock Prospecting supports Aussie Swim lead up to Tokyo 2021

Swimming Australia confirmed that Hancock Prospecting has increased its direct swimmer financial support, ahead of the Tokyo 2021 Games.


Surf Lifeguards “Bracing Themselves” for Busiest Summer on Record

Surf Lifeguards around the country are bracing themselves for what could be the busiest lifesaving season on record as New Zealanders face a summer without the option of overseas holidays.


Australian Short Course Swim Champs to go Virtual

Australian Short Course Swimming Champs replaced by a virtual where athletes will compete over the weekend of 27-29 November.


Wilson and Allan dominate Motu Challenge

In only her third-ever individual multisport race, Ali Wilson stamped her mark on the McDonald's Whakatane Motu Challenge, taking the women’s individual title in a quick 8 hours 19 minutes.


Swimming Australia and The Seven Network part ways

The Seven Network and Swimming Australia have agreed to terminate their broadcast partnership following Swimming Australia’s inability to hold the Olympic and Paralympic Swimming


Surf Life Saving NZ Calls on Hollywood Heavyweight to help “Save the Males”

Surf Life Saving New Zealand (SLSNZ) is calling on Hollywood heavyweight Dwayne Johnson (aka “The Rock”) to talk to Kiwi men about beach safety.