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  • Clareburt Claims Another Olympic Qualification Time and A NZ Open Record in the 200 IM

    Huge congratulations to Capital’s Lewis Clareburt and Coach, Gary Hollywood. Another Olympic qualification time and a New Zealand Open record in the Men’s 200 Individual Medley. Clareburt beat the previous record (1:59.24) by an incredible 1.35 seconds, finishing in 1:57.89 seconds.

    Date: 10/04/21

  • More Times Clocked For The Tokyo Paralympics

    Sophie Pascoe (S9), Cameron Leslie (S4), Tupou Neiufi (S8), Nikita Howarth (SM7) and Jesse Reynolds (SM9) all posted times to qualify for the Tokyo Paralympics in individual events.

    Date: 10/04/21

  • Lewis Clareburt Breaks The NZ Open Record In The First 100 Of The 4 x 100 Freestyle Relay

    An incredible swim from Lewis Clareburt tonight. The Capital swimmer broke a New Zealand Open Record in the 100m Freestyle, swimming 48.96 seconds in the first leg of the Men’s The 4 x 100m Freestyle Relay.

    Date: 09/04/21

  • Two More Tokyo 2020 Qualifying Times For Our Para Swimmers

    Today was a day for the distance freestylers in the Para swimming community and produced two more Tokyo 2020 qualifying times, and an excellent national record.

    Date: 08/04/21

  • Lewis Clareburt breaks the New Zealand Open Record in the Men's 400 IM

    Lewis Clareburt from Capital Swim Club broke the New Zealand Open Record in the Men's 400 Individual Medley in tonight’s racing. Clareburt swam an incredible 4:09.87 seconds. The new record is over 2 seconds faster than the previous record (4:12.07 seconds), which Clareburt broke in 2019 when he claimed the Bronze medal at the FINA World Championships in Gwangju, South Korea. ⁠

    Date: 07/04/21