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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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RESULTS FOR KIWIS ON DAY 3 OF OCEANIA CHAMPS 29th June 2018

See results from night three finals session of the Oceania Swimming Championships 2018.

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14 MEDALS WON ON NIGHT 2 AT OCEANIA CHAMPS 28th June 2018

See results from night two finals session of the Oceania Swimming Championships 2018.

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ATHLETE ALERT: PROHIBITED SUBSTANCE FOUND IN “KICK PRE-WORKOUT” 27th June 2018

Drug Free Sport New Zealand has issued an ATHLETE ALERT on a prohibited substance.

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2019 SWIMMING NEW ZEALAND EVENTS ANNOUNCEMENT 22nd June 2018

Swimming New Zealand would like to formally announce the 2019 events calendar and venues.

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LEGENDS RELAY 2018 18th June 2018

The Legends Relay is an event that brings together former National swimmers to raise money to support and assist our current athletes who have the...

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2018 SWIMMING NEW ZEALAND AWARDS FINALISTS ANNOUNCED 08th June 2018

Swimming New Zealand has today announced the finalists for eleven categories at the 2018 Swimming New Zealand Awards, to honour and celebrate achievements by New...

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SWIMMING NEW ZEALAND EXTEND TEAMSPORTS PARTNERSHIP 07th June 2018

Swimming New Zealand is pleased to announce Teamsports will continue as official swimwear and apparel sponsor of the organisation for a further three years.

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