New Zealand’s young swimming talent is in a healthy state according to former Commonwealth Games and World Championship medallist, Gary Hurring.
Outstanding Manawatu teenager Mya Rasmussen produced a stunning record on the penultimate night of finals at the New Zealand Age Group Championships in Wellington.
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Beginning their journey nearly five years ago Orange Swim School in Rotorua have now become a Swimming New Zealand Quality Swim School.
Wellington teenager Lewis Clareburt was the star performer on the third night of finals at the New Zealand Age Group Championships in Wellington.
The outstanding Auckland teenager Gabrielle Fa’amausili staked her claim for higher honours with two records on the second night of finals at the New Zealand Age Championships in Wellington.
Three new records and one equalled sparked an excellent opening night of finals at the New Zealand Age Group Championships in Wellington.
Primary and Intermediate schools in Whanganui and Taranaki have been spending time with Swimming New Zealand over the past six months working on their water safety skills.
Nearly 700 swimmers from more than 100 clubs, including several who are targeting the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, will be in action at the New Zealand Age Group Championships in Wellington next week.