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DATE CHANGE FOR 2019 NZ SHORT COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS

19th July 2018

There has been a change of dates for the 2019 New Zealand Short Course Championships.

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2018 LEGENDS RELAY16th July 2018

The New Zealand Swimming Alumni raise funds to provide grants and scholarships for swimmers to help them achieve their swimming dreams.

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2018 Swimming New Zealand Awards Winners13th July 2018

Swimming New Zealand held their annual awards on Saturday July 7th 2018 celebrating the success of swimmers, coaches and administrators.

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SWIMMING NEW ZEALAND ANNOUNCE REPRESENTATIVE TEAMS 07th July 2018

Swimming New Zealand would like to formally announce the following athletes who have successfully achieved selection standards for the Pan Pacific Championships and Junior Pan...

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DOYLE AND HUNTER WIN 100M FREESTYLE CROWNS 06th July 2018

Carina Doyle and Daniel Hunter won the coveted blue ribbon 100m freestyle titles on the final night of the 2018 Aon New Zealand Open Championships.

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MAIN BROTHERS BATTLE FOR NZ OPENS BACKSTROKE TITLE 05th July 2018

Bayley Main scraped home against his older brother Corey by only 0.01s in the final of the men’s 50m backstroke, at the 2018 Aon New...

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HUNTER REMAINS KIWI SPRINT KING 05th July 2018

Daniel Hunter showed he is still the Kiwi sprint king, picking up the men’s 50m freestyle title in 22.60s.

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YOUTH ATHLETES SHINE ON DAY TWO OF AON NZ OPENS 03rd July 2018

Five youth athletes achieved selection times for the Junior Pan Pacific Championships and Youth Olympic Games on night two of the Aon NZ Opens.

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EMMA ROBINSON IGNITES OPENING NIGHT OF AON NZ OPENS 02nd July 2018

Emma Robinson blitzed the field of women’s 800m freestyle final to set a Tokyo Pan Pacific Champs qualification time of 8:35.00s.

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2018 AON NZ OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS PREVIEW 29th June 2018

Over three hundred swimmers will compete next week in the 2018 Aon New Zealand Open Championships at Auckland’s Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre.

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