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  • Swimming legends to go head to head in charity relay

    This coming February Swimming New Zealand is bringing back the Legends Charity Relay.


    Date: 21/11/14

  • Teamline get behind the Epic Swim

    Teamline, who are Swimming New Zealand’s merchandise and team wear apparel supplier, are supporting the Epic Swim event for the third year in a row in 2015.


    Date: 20/11/14

  • Central Swimming Coaches Summit

    Coaches from the Waikato, Bay of Plenty, Taranaki and Hawkes Bay Poverty Bay Regions gathered in Taupo last weekend for a Coaches Summit.


    Date: 19/11/14

  • Swimming sports a great success for Kiwi Swim Safe School

    Kiwi Swim Safe School St Thomas More Catholic School in Mt Maunganui recently held their second annual swimming sports day with nearly double the amount of participants from last year.


    Date: 19/11/14

  • Life Member Ian McPhee passes away

    Ian McPhee, Life Member of Swimming New Zealand, Life Member of Swimming Wairarapa and Swimming Wellington following the amalgamation of Wairarapa and Wellington. 1940 -2014


    Date: 17/11/14

  • Water Babies programme launched again in Tauranga

    Tauranga Water Babies programme launched last week in response to the high level of young children who are non-swimmers in the Bay of Plenty – a region rich in water play spaces.


    Date: 14/11/14

  • Kiwi marathon swimmer up for World Open Water Woman of the Year Award

    From nearly losing a leg to becoming the first New Zealander to complete the Oceans Seven, Kimberley Chambers has been nominated for the second year in a row for the World Open Water Swimming Association Woman of the Year Award.


    Date: 13/11/14

  • Moana Pool celebrates 50 years

    The pool that was home to some of New Zealand’s swimming greats will celebrate its golden jubilee this Friday.


    Date: 12/11/14

  • Hamilton children making waves at Quality Swim School

    Hamilton children are making waves with the support of Hamilton City Council's swim school, the Cerebral Palsy Society and the Halberg Disability Sport Foundation’s AllSports Funding.


    Date: 12/11/14