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CAMERON LESLIE APPOINTED NATIONAL PARA SWIMMING DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR

12th September 2018

Swimming NZ (SNZ), in partnership with Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ), announces Cameron Leslie to the new role of National Para Swimming Development Coordinator.

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JUNIOR PAN PACS DAY 4 WRAP26th August 2018

Michael Pickett smashed his personal best and set a national age-group record of 22.86s on the way to winning a bronze medal in the men’s...

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JUNIOR PAN PACS DAY 3 WRAP25th August 2018

Erika Fairweather broke her own 14-years national age-group record on the penultimate final night of the 2018 Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Suva, Fiji.

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JUNIOR PAN PACS DAY 2 WRAP 24th August 2018

Wellington’s Thomas Watkins was the standout performer on day 2 of the Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Suva, Fiji.

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JUNIOR PAN PACS DAY 1 WRAP 23rd August 2018

The 2018 Junior Pan Pacific Championships started today, with the Kiwi team putting in strong performances in the heats to qualify nine swimmers for the...

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REID AND GALLOWAY LEAD JUNIOR PAN PACS TEAM 22nd August 2018

Team captains Zac Reid and Gina Galloway are relishing in their roles as team captains for the 2018 Junior Pan Pacific Championships in Suva, Fiji.

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FOUR SWIMMERS SELECTED FOR YOUTH OLYMPIC GAMES 15th August 2018

The New Zealand Olympic Committee has named Gina Galloway, Erika Fairweather, Zac Reid and Michael Pickett to represent New Zealand at the Buenos Aires 2018...

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PAN PACS DAY 3: RESULTS 12th August 2018

Lewis Clareburt posts another personal best time on day 3 of the Pan Pacific Championships.

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PAN PACS DAY 2: RESULTS 11th August 2018

Daniel Hunter and Ali Galyer made their Pan Pacs debut on day 2 of competition.

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PAN PACS DAY 1: CLAREBURT BREAKS NZ RECORD 10th August 2018

Lewis Clareburt has continued his impressive 2018 form by breaking his own NZ record at the Pan Pacific Championships in Tokyo.

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