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Shakedown for Games swimmers, chance for youth in Oceania Championships

Shakedown for Games swimmers, chance for youth in Oceania Championships Most of the New Zealand Commonwealth Games swim team will get some invaluable racing practice at the Mayfair Pools Oceania Championships that begin in Auckland tomorrow.

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Glasgow swim squad in Oceania action, Boyle heads to Europe

New Zealand’s Commonwealth Games swimming squad will get some valuable race practice at the Mayfair Pools Oceania Championships starting in Auckland next Tuesday.

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Games swimming squad doubles up for Pan Pacific test

The Commonwealth Games swimming squad will form the basis of the team named today for the Pan Pacific Championships in August.

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Who will be New Zealand's next Emerging Swimmer?

Last year, Corey Main from Howick Pakuranga Swimming Club was selected as Emerging Swimmer and received $4,000 from the NZ Swimming Trust.

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Snyders wins in Glasgow shakedown

Commonwealth Games-bound swimmer Glenn Snyders has enjoyed a timely win in his final shakedown event in USA today.

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Boyle, Stanley on podium in Glasgow shakedown

Commonwealth Games swimming hopes Lauren Boyle and Matthew Stanley were on the podium on the second day of the French Open Championships in Vichy today.

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Powerful Swimming Team Named for Glasgow 2014

New Zealand will boast a powerful 16 strong swimming team for the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, announced tonight by the New Zealand Olympic Committee.

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Meet the team for Glasgow 2014 - Corey Main

Corey Main’s first Commonwealth experience came in 2011 when he swam at the Commonwealth Youth Games in Isle of Man.

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11TH FINA World Short Course Championships - Turkey

Organised in even years, the FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) gather the world's fastest swimmers for a five-day, top-level showdown in 25-metre pool.

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2012 Junior Pan Pacific Championships - Hawaii

The Junior Pan Pacific Championships comprises full strength teams from the Pacific Rim including USA, Canada, Japan, Australia and New Zealand.

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Isle of Man 2011 Youth Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Youth Games are a small-scale version of the Commonwealth Games, designed for the youth (13-18 years) of the 71 Commonwealth countries. A maximum number of 1000 competitors are invited to participate from every Commonwealth Games Association. 2011 will be the fourth Youth Commonwealth Games.

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Get behind our swimmers on the road to the Commonwealth Games

The State New Zealand Open Championships get underway next month with an opportunity for the public to get along and see some of New Zealand’s best swimmers compete at the Westwave Aquatic Centre in Henderson, Auckland.

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Main grabs two further medals in US Collegiate swim

Howick Pakuranga swimmer Corey Main has grabbed two more medals on the final day of the Southeastern Conference Championship in Georgia.

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Main in form for Florida

Counties Manukau swimmer Corey Main was in strong form on the opening day of the Southeastern Conference Championships in Georgia yesterday.

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Boyle makes record start, Main impresses

Lauren Boyle turned in a hugely impressive showing in her first swim of the Glasgow Commonwealth Games.

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Medals Elusive In The Pool

The New Zealand swimmers couldn’t quite get among the medals at the pool.

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Silver return in front of Royals for Boyle

New Zealand swim queen Lauren Boyle won a hard-earned silver medal in the women’s 800m freestyle final today.

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Boyle, Pascoe strike golden double

Room-mates Lauren Boyle and Sophie Pascoe enjoyed a golden double act with gold medals on the final night of swimming at the Tollcross International Aquatic Centre.

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Corey the Main man in young New Zealand swim team

Howick Pakuranga swimmer Corey Main has grabbed both of New Zealand’s medals at the Junior Pan Pacific Championships that finished in Hawaii yesterday.

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Main under world qualifying in State NZ Swim Champs

Counties Manukau teenager Corey Main surprised himself in becoming the first swimmer under the world championship qualifying standard on the opening night of the State New Zealand Short Course Championships in Wellington tonight.

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Boyle Chases Podium at World Championships

The 24 year old has already left for Europe with coach Mark Regan to ensure she is well acclimatised for the five-day meet at Sinan Erdem Dome in Istanbul, where drop-in pools have been erected in the arena used for major events including Euro Football, the world basketball championships, WTA tennis and major concerts.

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Boyle Splashes Into the Unknown at World Short Course Swimming

New Zealand Olympic swim star Lauren Boyle enters unknown waters when the world short course championships begin in Turkey tomorrow.

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World Champion Leads Swimming Team to Barcelona

Short course world champion Lauren Boyle will lead a 14-strong team to the FINA World Swimming Championships.

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Swimming New Zealand plotting course for future

While the focus is on next month’s Olympics in London, Swimming New Zealand is already casting an eye towards the 2016 Rio Games.

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New Zealand swimmers among the medals in Australian Age Championships

New Zealand swimmers saved the best until last in their 15-medal haul at the Australian Age Group Championships that finished in Brisbane last night.

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State New Zealand Swim Championships – Day 5 Wrap

Wellington 20 year old Gareth Kean has signalled he wants to be a force to be reckoned with in the London Olympics after an impressive qualifying performance on the penultimate night of finals at the State New Zealand Swimming Championships in Auckland tonight.

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Kiwi swimmers take on best in Pan Pacific Championships

The New Zealand swim team has arrived in the Gold Coast for a test against the best in the 12th Pan Pacific Championship starting on Thursday.

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2014 Pan Pacific Swimming Championships - Australia

The Pan Pacific Swimming Championships is a long course swimming event first held in 1985. The meet is considered to be one of the toughest international swimming competitions outside of the Olympic Games, World Championships and European Championships, due in part to the presence of swimming power-house nationals like Australia and the United States

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Five swimmers under world qualifying in State NZ Short Course Champs

Five swimmers have gone under the tough qualifying standards for the world championships at the State New Zealand Short Course Championships in Wellington this week.

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Boyle, Batchelor in champion form at State NZ Short Course swimming

Lauren Boyle and Sophia Batchelor added further qualifying performances to highlight the penultimate night of finals at the State New Zealand Short Course Swimming Championships in Wellington.

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Three more swimmers qualify for world championships

London Olympian Matthew Stanley had to dig deep to edge out Howick Pakuranga teenager Ewan Jackson in an exciting 400m freestyle final at the State New Zealand Short Course Swimming Championships in Wellington tonight.

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Boyle, Varoy on fire at State NZ Swimming Championships

London Olympic swim star Lauren Boyle stormed to victory on the second night of finals at the State New Zealand Short Course Championships in Wellington tonight.

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Main looks to further his experience against the best

Counties Manukau teenager Corey Main is excited to take on the best at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships starting on the Gold Coast tomorrow.

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Pan Pacific Swimming Championships - Day 1 Heats

Waikato swimmer Matthew Stanley has earned a place in the A final for the first night of the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships on the Gold Coast tonight.

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Pan Pacific Swimming Championships Day 1 Wrap

Lauren Boyle produced an emphatic performance to claim the silver medal in the 800m freestyle on a cool and windswept opening night of finals at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships on the Gold Coast tonight.

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Pan Pacific Swimming Championships Day 2 Wrap

Glenn Snyders scored a breakthrough bronze medal in adverse conditions on the second night of finals at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships on the Gold Coast tonight.

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Pan Pacific Swimming Championships Day 3 Heats

Lauren Boyle heads eight New Zealand swimmers into finals after a wet and wild third morning of heats at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships on the Gold Coast.

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Boyle earns second medal in world record race

Lauren Boyle had to dig deep to earn her second medal at the Pan Pacific Swimming Championships on the Gold Coast tonight.

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Lauren Boyle’s third medal secures Pan Pacs record

Lauren Boyle created history tonight with her third medal on the final night of pool action at the Pacific Swimming Championships on the Gold Coast.

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Strong performances from Kiwi swimmers at NCAA Championships

Waikato swimmer Sam Perry just missed the podium on the final night of competition at the NCAA Division 1 Championships in Iowa City.

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Main helps secure fifth straight win for University of Florida

Corey Main picked up three individual wins at the Pinch a Penny All Florida Invitational meet to help his college claim overall honours over the weekend.

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Waikato swimmer helps team to NCAA Final

Waikato swimmer Sam Perry has helped his Stanford University team through to the finals on the final day of the NCAA Division 1 Championships in Iowa City today.

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Main finding form in first meets of Florida season

Corey Main has been finding his form in some of the Florida men’s first few meets of the season against Minnesota, Georgia and LSU.

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Swimmers among huge competition for New Zealand’s top sports honours

Nominations for swimming Commonwealth Games gold medalists Lauren Boyle and Sophie Pascoe were among 80 official nominations received for the 52nd Halberg Awards - a jump from 58 in 2013.

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Kiwis to feature at top US College meet

A number of New Zealand swimmers will be competing against some of the United States’ best college swimmers over the next two weeks.

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Kiwi swimmer just misses NCAA Final

Christchurch swimmer Matt Hutchins has just missed out on a place in the A Final on the opening day of the NCAA Division 1 Championships.

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Para-Swimmers maintain outstanding meet

Six-times Paralympic gold medallist Sophie Pascoe led a successful morning session for the Para-Swimmers at the New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Henderson as a further three world qualification times were met.

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Pascoe cracks world record, Boyle helps Robinson through

Para-Swimming star Sophie Pascoe set the pool alight with an outstanding world record on the penultimate night of finals at the New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland.

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World championship team in action this weekend

The team to compete at the 16th FINA World Championships will be in action across a number of meets over the next few days as part of their preparation for Kazan.

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Snyders shows speed in Santa Clara

Glenn Snyders showed speed to finish second in the 50m breaststroke on the final day of the Arena Pro Series meet at Santa Clara in California.

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Boyle battles well for fifth in 400m freestyle final

New Zealand swim star Lauren Boyle was edged into fifth place in the 400m freestyle on the opening night of finals at the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.

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Lauren Boyle qualifies for 1500m final

Lauren Boyle has qualified for her second final on the second day of the FINA Swimming World Championships in Kazan, Russia today.

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Snyders finishes seventh in 50 BR final

Veteran North Shore swimmer Glenn Snyders remains among the sport’s fastest breaststrokers, finishing seventh in the 50m final on day four of the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia today.

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Main moves into backstroke semifinals

Howick Pakuranga swimmer Corey Main has won through to the semifinals on day five of heats at the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.

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Main misses out in backstroke semifinals

Howick Pakuranga swimmer Corey Main has missed out on a place in the finals on day five of the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.

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FINA World Championships – Day 8 Wrap

New Zealand has completed its campaign with two medals and four finalists at the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.

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New Zealand Team Produces Encouraging Performances

The five-strong New Zealand team completed an encouraging performance at the fifth FINA World Junior Championships in Singapore.

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Main goes under Rio Olympic qualifying mark

Howick Pakuranga swimmer Corey Main has gone under the qualifying standard in the 100m backstroke on the second day heats of the Canadian Olympic Trials in Toronto.

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Hutchins joins Rio Olympic swimming qualifiers

Canterbury swimmer Matthew Hutchins has gone under the qualifying standard for the Rio Olympics in the 400m freestyle on the third day of the Canadian Olympic Trials in Toronto.

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Perry best of Kiwi swimmers in Canada

Waikato swimmer Sam Perry was the best of the New Zealand swimmers on the fourth day of the Canadian Olympic Trials in Toronto.

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Lloyd sets national record at Canadian Olympic Trials

North Canterbury’s Natasha Lloyd, who attends Auburn University, set a New Zealand record on the penultimate day of the Canadian Olympic Trials in Toronto.

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Eight swimmers confirmed to make a splash in Rio

New Zealand will send an eight-strong swim team to the Rio Olympic Games, announced today at the Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre by the New Zealand Olympic Committee.

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NZ Swimming Trust announces 2016 Grant Recipients

The New Zealand Swimming Trust is pleased to announce the grant recipients for 2016.

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Eight swimmers to be nominated after final trial in Canada

Swimming New Zealand will nominate eight individuals who achieved FINA A qualifying times for the Rio Olympics.

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Day 1: 2019 Aon National Age Group Championships Highlights

The first day of the 2019 Aon National Age Group Championships kicked off with Zac Dell (Pukekohe) posting qualifying times for the 2019 FINA World Junior Championships and the 2019 World University Games in winning the boys 17-18 years 100m backstroke in 55.63s.

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Main swims into semis

Auckland swimmer specialist Corey Main has squeaked into tonight’s semi-finals of the 100m backstroke with a personal best performance.

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Main finishes 15th

Counties Manukau swimmer Corey Main couldn’t repeat his morning heroics when he contested the 100m backstroke semi-finals today.

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Swimmers find it tough going on day four in Rio

Three New Zealand swimmers were below their best in the heats today.

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Main, Ashby 14th after semi-finals

Corey Main and Bradlee Ashby couldn't find their best in today's semi-finals to both finish 14th in their respective events.

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Main, Ashby through to semis

Both New Zealand swimmers in action today slipped into tonight’s semi-finals.

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16th FINA World Championships 2015

The 16th FINA World Championships will take place from 24 July to 9 August, 2015 in Kazan, Russia. The event was first held in 1973 and is now held every two years. From 1978-1998, the World Championships were held every four years, in the even years between Summer Olympic years. From 2001 on, the Championships have been held every two years, in the odd years.

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Top New Zealand swimmers back in to the splash at home

New Zealand’s leading swimmers are back into action this week for the national short course championships at the Wellington Aquatic Centre.

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Hunter, Mincham meet world championship qualifying marks

Howick Pakuranga’s Daniel Hunter has signalled his swimming intentions after completing a record-setting week at the New Zealand Short Course Championships at the Sir Owen G Glenn National Aquatic Centre in Auckland.

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First podium for Hunter at Hong Kong World Cup

New Zealand swimmer Daniel Hunter has earned his first podium at the FINA/airweave World Cup series in Hong Kong.

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Lauren Boyle awarded Swimmer of the Year

Lauren Boyle has been awarded Swimming New Zealand’s Swimmer of the Year.

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Lauren Boyle, State Insurance Swimmer of the Year

On Saturday night, at the State Insurance 2013 Swimming New Zealand Awards, Lauren Boyle was announced as the swimmer of the year for her performances in 2012.

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13th FINA World Championships (25m) 2016

The 13th FINA World Championships (25m) take place in Windsor, Canada from 6-11 December 2016.

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Kiwi swimmers set to make World Championship debut

Two New Zealand swimmers head to Canada this week to prepare for the FINA 25m World Championships starting next Wednesday (NZ time).

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FINA World 25m Swimming Championships - NZ Day 1

New Zealand swimmer Matthew Stanley has finished sixth in his first world championship final in Turkey today.

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FINA World 25m Swimming Championships - NZ Heats Day 1

Waikato swimmer Matthew Stanley is the first New Zealand swimmer to qualify for a final at the FINA World short Course Swimming championships in Turkey.

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FINA World 25m Swimming Championships - NZ Day 4 Wrap

It was a quiet session for Kiwi swimmers on the penultimate day of the FINA World Short Course Championships in Turkey today.

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FINA World 25m Swimming Championships - NZ Day 3 Wrap

New Zealand swimmer Lauren Boyle grabbed a bronze medal to go with her gold on the second day of finals at the FINA World Short Course Championships in Turkey today.

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FINA World 25m Swimming Championships - NZ Day 5 Heats

World champion Lauren Boyle has broken another national record on her way to qualifying for the final of the 200m freestyle on the final day of the FINA World short Course Swimming Championships in Turkey.

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FINA World 25m Swimming Championships - NZ Day 5 Wrap

New world champion Lauren Boyle is excited about her future in swimming after her double medal haul at the FINA World short Course Swimming Championships in Turkey this week.

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2008 Pacific School Games - Australia

The Pacific School Games (PSG) is an international sporting event for primary and secondary school students aged ten to nineteen. It is the flagship event of School Sport Australia and is being held in Canberra in 2008.

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Swimmers impress in shakedown for Rio Olympics

Swimming New Zealand is encouraged by both the quality and quantity of performances looking ahead to the Rio Olympics.

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Swimming boss delighted with performances

Swimming New Zealand will send a 10-strong team following an encouraging New Zealand Open Championships that finished in Auckland tonight.

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Pascoe qualifies again, showdown looms for sprinters

There will be a showdown of the sprinters on the final night of the New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Henderson.

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Capp, Gichard, Pascoe, Dubber add to qualifiers

Ten New Zealand swimmers have now qualified for the upcoming world championships after just two nights of the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.

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Battle looms in 200m freestyle showdown tonight

There’s expectation of a battle royal with world championship relay spots up for grabs on the second night of finals at the New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Henderson tonight.

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Twelve swimmers qualify on superb opening day

Swimming New Zealand enjoyed an outstanding opening to the New Zealand Open Championships with six swimmers going under the qualifying mark for the world championships.

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Boyle, Para-Swimmers beat qualifying on opening day

Lauren Boyle lit up the opening morning session of the 2015 New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland to produce the ninth fastest women's 400m freestyle time in the world this year and comfortably bank the World Championships qualification mark.

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State New Zealand Open Championships – Day 3 Heats

Howick Pakuranga swimmer Corey Main highlighted the morning heats on the third day of the State New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland today.

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State New Zealand Open Championships – Day 3 Wrap

Twenty-one year old Mitchell Donaldson came of age as a swimmer tonight, adding the spark for a relay to better the qualifying time for the Commonwealth Games on the penultimate night of finals at the State New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland tonight.

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State New Zealand Open Championships – Day 2 Heats

US-based breaststroker Glenn Snyders grabbed his second qualifying performance on the second day of heats at the State New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland today.

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State New Zealand Open Championships – Day 2 Wrap

Top performers Lauren Boyle and Glenn Snyders added further Commonwealth Games qualifying performances on the second night of the State New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland tonight.

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Swimmers chase international targets at national championships

There is plenty at stake for the nation’s best swimmers who compete in the New Zealand Open Championships starting in Auckland on Monday.

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Stanley qualifies for swimming world championships

Rio Olympian Matthew Stanley booked his ticket for July’s FINA World Championships with a qualifying performance on the second day of the New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland.

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Stanley bags morning qualifying swim for world championships

Rio Olympian Matt Stanley has gone under the qualifying standard for the world championships with an impressive performance on the second morning of heats at the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.

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Three Olympians bag world championship qualifying times

Three Rio Olympians made for an outstanding start to the 2017 New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.

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Gasson grabs qualifying effort on first morning of swim champs

Rio Olympian Helena Gasson became the first swimmer under the qualifying mark for the World Championships on the opening morning of heats at the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.

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Two rising stars better standard for world championships

Two rising stars have booked spots for the world championships after reaching qualifying times on the third morning of heats at the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.

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More qualifying times and NZ records at swim championships

Five further qualifying swims for the world championships and two New Zealand records sparked an outstanding third night of finals at the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.

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Youth brigade impress as freestylers make their mark

New Zealand has qualified a men’s freestyle relay team for the world championships after all four went under the 50 second barrier to highlight the final night of the New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.

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Swimming New Zealand names exciting, young team for World Championships

Swimming New Zealand has announced a 12-strong team to contest July’s FINA World Championship in Budapest.

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Tokyo 2020 Squad

Tokyo 2020 Squad

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Worlds team depart for #FINABudapest2017

The start of the 17th FINA World Championships in Budapest, Hungary is days away, with the swimming programme officially beginning July 23rd. The New Zealand swim team of eleven swimmers and five coaching and support staff departed Kiwi shores yesterday for a training camp in Slovakia, before the team head to Budapest to take on the worlds best.

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2017 FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS - NZ PREVIEW

Veteran and rookie join forces in new-look New Zealand team. The experienced and the rookies join forces tomorrow as the New Zealand swim team begin their campaign at the 17th FINA World Championships in Hungary.

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Competitive start for Kiwi swimmers on opening day 

2017 FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS - NZ WRAP DAY 1 The New Zealand swim team made a quality start to their campaign at the 17th FIA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.

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Main secured his first final; Robinson takes big jump

2017 FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS - NZ WRAP DAY 2. Corey Main set two personal bests to qualify for the finals of the 100m backstroke on day two of the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.

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Main buoyed by final effort as he looks to favoured swims

2017 FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS - NZ WRAP DAY 3. New Zealand swimmer Corey Main is looking forward to his favoured distance after his first final at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest today.

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Ashby bags New Zealand record on way to lucky 13th place.

2017 FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS - NZ WRAP DAY 4 Rio Olympian Bradlee Ashby set a New Zealand record on the way to his best performance of a young career at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.

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Main adds semifinals effort to earlier finals appearance

2017 FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS - NZ WRAP DAY 5. Florida-based Corey Main could not repeat his earlier heroics to earn a second final at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.

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WORLD, NATIONAL AND AGE RECORDS FALL AT NZ SHORT COURSE CHAMPS

Bradlee Ashby and Sophie Pascoe again stared on day two of the national short course championships, with Ashby setting a new open men’s record and Pascoe continuing her world record form.

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Rio 2016 Olympic Games

Rio 2016 Olympic Games

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Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Games is a unique, friendly, world class, multi-sports Games, which is held once every four years. The host city for the 2014 Commonwealth Games is Glasgow, Scotland. At this years Games 6,500 athletes and officials from 71 countries will compete in 17 sports over 11 days, from 23 July – 3 August 2014.

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AQUATICS TEAM TO MAKE A SPLASH ON THE GOLD COAST

A nineteen-strong aquatics team will represent New Zealand at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, announced today at the Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre by the New Zealand Olympic Committee.

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Doyle to open NZ's swim campaign

Carina Doyle, who opens the New Zealand swimming team’s Commonwealth Games campaign tomorrow, has travelled an unusual journey to get to the Gold Coast.

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#GC2018 DAY 1 MORNING SESSION RESULTS WRAP

Three PB's in the first session sees six Kiwi swimmers qualify for tonight's semi-finals.

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Main impressive in pool

Corey Main, one of the big names on the New Zealand swim team, turned in an impressive first-up effort in his 100m backstroke heat today.

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#GC2018 DAY 1 EVENING SESSION RESULTS WRAP

Daniel Hunter and Sam Perry post personal bests to make 50m butterfly finals.

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HUNTER AND PERRY SHINE IN SEMI-FINALS  

Daniel Hunter and Sam Perry post personals bests to make the finals of the 50m butterfly at the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

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#GC2018 DAY 2 MORNING SESSION RESULTS

Para swimmers highlight day 2 morning action in the pool. Tonight Kiwis will swim in two semis and six finals.

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#GC2018 DAY 2 - CLAREBURT WINS BRONZE

Lewis Clareburt won a bronze medal in the final of the men’s 400m individual medley at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

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#GC2018 - DAY 5 MORNING SESSION RESULTS

Day 5 morning session was highlighted by Lewis Clareburt swimming another PB and four others advancing to semis and finals.

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#GC2018 - DAY 5 WRAP: PASCOE WINS 2ND GOLD

#GC2018 - DAY 5 WRAP: PASCOE WINS 2ND GOLD

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Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games

The Commonwealth Games is a unique, friendly, world class, multi-sports Games, which is held once every four years. The host city for the 2018 Commonwealth Games is Gold Coast, Australia. The Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games (GC2018) will welcome more than 6,600 athletes and team officials from 71 Commonwealth nations and territories to the Gold Coast and event cities Brisbane, Cairns and Townsville, to share in the celebration of sport, entertainment and culture from the 4 - 15 April 2018.

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TYRON HENRY SETS NATIONAL AGE-GROUP RECORD ON DAY 3

SNZ would like to acknowledge the national age-group record set by Tyron Henry for the boys 16-years 100m freestyle, with a time of 51.29s.

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17th FINA World Championships 2017

The 17th FINA World Championships will take place from 14 - 30 July 2017 in Budapest, Hungary. The event was first held in 1973 and is now held every two years. From 1978-1998, the World Championships were held every four years, in the even years between Summer Olympic years. From 2001 on, the Championships have been held every two years, in the odd years.

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2013 Swimming New Zealand Awards

Saturday 23rd March 2013. Viaduct events Centre, Auckland

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2016 Swimming New Zealand Awards

Awards & Winners Finalists

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2018 SWIMMING NEW ZEALAND AWARDS FINALISTS ANNOUNCED

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 Zealand swimmers, officials, volunteers and coaches in 2017-2018.

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2018 AON NZ OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS PREVIEW

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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HUNTER REMAINS KIWI SPRINT KING

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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2018 Swimming New Zealand Awards Winners

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

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Carded Athletes

Carded athletes 2018/19

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Aquablack Sam Perry Retires from Competitive Swimming

Aquablack Sam Perry has today announced his retirement from competitive swimming to focus on other endeavours.

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