Eleven proved a popular number for New Zealand swimmers Kane Radford and Charlotte Webby in the latest round of the FINA 10km World Cup in Portugal.
Swimming New Zealand is seeking a highly motivated, energetic and intelligent candidate with strong people relationship and organisational skills to coordinate member services and develop an administrational support framework to assist clubs and regional associations underpin both elite athlete and community participant pathways.
Section 14.1d of the SNZ Constitution stipulates that the SNZ President cannot serve more than three consecutive terms of one year each as President. John Mace will conclude his third consecutive term as SNZ President and as such is ineligible for re-election by members at the 2015 AGM.
Julie joined the Okato Swimming Club around 2010 with her two boys, and immediately became a massive asset to the club taking over the role of Treasurer and helping to coordinate the Learn to Swim Program.
Jeannie Sibun is the Swimming Counties Manukau President, Mother Hen and known as Nana to most of the swimmers.
Sue Woods, pictured here with Special Olympic swimmer Matthew Slone and the Swimming New Zealand mascot Koru, has been a volunteer coach for Special Olympics Hamilton for 18 months.
Glenn Snyders showed speed to finish second in the 50m breaststroke on the final day of the Arena Pro Series meet at Santa Clara in California.