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TWO-TIME COMMONWEALTH GAMES REPRESENTATIVE ALLAN SEAGAR DIES

23rd September 2018

Two-time Commonwealth Games representative Allan Seagar passed away this week. SNZ life member David Gerrard shares this tribute about his great friend.

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CAMERON LESLIE APPOINTED NATIONAL PARA SWIMMING DEVELOPMENT COORDINATOR12th 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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ASSISTANT COACH - LIZ VAN WELIE AQUATICS06th September 2018

Liz van Welie Aquatics in Tauranga seeks expressions of interest for the Assistant Coach position (full time) beginning January 2019

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2019 JUNIOR FESTIVAL ANNOUNCEMENT 05th September 2018

The event information for the 2019 Junior Festival is now available.

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UPDATE: 2018 NZ SECONDARY SCHOOLS 28th August 2018

Updated information for the 2018 New Zealand Secondary School Championships which will take place at the Wellington Regional Aquatic Centre from 13 – 16 September.

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VITAL WATER SAFETY SKILLS LAGGING IN PRIMARY SCHOOL CHILDREN 16th August 2018

Water Safety New Zealand, Swimming New Zealand and The Warehouse are working to address a lag in vital water safety skills in New Zealand primary...

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QUALIFYING TIMES FOR 2019 DIV II AND AON NATIONAL AGE GROUPS 03rd August 2018

The qualification times for 2019 Division II Competition and Aon National-Age Group Championships are now available.

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SNZ LIFE MEMBER JIM COLES PASSES AWAY 23rd July 2018

Swimming New Zealand would like to extend their heartfelt condolences to the family of life member Jim Cole who passed away yesterday.

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2018 LEGENDS RELAY 16th 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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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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