A number of Nelson-Marlborough schools have recently received Water Skills for Life professional development and poolside support for their school aquatic programmes.
Swimming New Zealand are pleased with the development of their junior programme with more than 1200 swimmers competing in the new-look competition that finished on Sunday.
The second day of the 2017 New Zealand Junior Festivals saw more New Zealand records and top individual performance across the country.
The 2017 New Zealand Junior Festivals kicked off around the country today with each of the four Zones of Swimming New Zealand hosting a meet.
A group of soon to be teachers from Bethlehem Tertiary Institute in Tauranga have been learning all about Water Skills for Life as part of their teacher qualification.
Rio Olympians Bradlee Ashby and Helena Gasson were highly encouraged by their form under heavy training load at the New Zealand Zonal Swimming Championships at the Sir Owen G Glenn National Aquatic Centre in Auckland.
Australia’s globetrotting superstar swimmer Emily Seebohm will head across the Tasman for the first time to compete in Saturday’s New Zealand Zonal Championships in Auckland.
Kiwi Olympians Bradlee Ashby and Helena Gasson, along with Australian star Emily Seebohm, highlight an exciting night of swimming in the fourth New Zealand Zonal Championships in Auckland on Saturday.
Makara School in Wellington has been part of the Kiwi Swim Safe programme since 2013 and are continually looking to improve their swimming programme each year.