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Harlequins

Introducing the 2015 team representing the Harlequins

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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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Harlequins defend Zonal Swimming Championship title

The Harlequins made it a clean sweep to retain honours at the New Zealand Zonal Championships at the Sir Owen G Glenn Aquatic Centre in Auckland.

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Swimming qualifies biggest team for World University Games

New Zealand will send a 19-strong team, the biggest in their history, to July’s World University Games in Korea.

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Commonwealth swimmers lead Harlequins in Zonal Championships

Swimmers from eight clubs throughout Counties Manukau, Auckland and Northland have been selected to represent the Harlequins swim team for the second edition of the Zonal Championships.

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Strong Harlequins team to defend NZ Zonal Championship title

Swimmers from nine clubs throughout the Counties Manukau, Auckland and Northland regions have been selected to represent the Harlequins swim team for the third edition of the New Zealand Zonal Championships.

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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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Boyle best in Santa Clara 1500m

Lauren Boyle began her competitive season in style with victory in the 1500m freestyle at the Arena Pro Series event at Santa Clara in California yesterday.

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Capp collects at Australian Grand Prix

Nathan Capp showed encouraging form on the second day of the Australian Grand Prix meet in Townsville.

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2015 World University Games - Korea

The Universiade is an international sporting and cultural festival, staged every two years in a different city around the world, representing both winter and summer competitions. The 2015 summer edition will be held in Gwangju City, Korea from July 3-14. An estimated 12,200 athletes are expected to participate.

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Quilter, Godfrey to semi-finals at World Uni Games

North Shore swimmer Laura Quilter has gone through to semi-finals on the opening day of swimming competition at the World University Games in Korea.

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Burnett 'back on track'

North Shore swimmer Shaun Burnett is looking ahead with confidence after bagging his two fastest times in more than two years on day three of the World University Games in Korea.

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Women's relay team to final at World Uni Games

New Zealand swimmers enjoyed their most productive session with the women’s freestyle relay through to the final and five swimmers to semifinals on the fourth day of heats at the World University Games in Korea.

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Hunter claims spot in final at World Uni Games

Howick Pakuranga swimmer Daniel Hunter has forced his way into the final of the blue ribbon event after action on the fourth day of the World University Games in Korea.

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Marris in semi-final action

Auckland swimmer Georgia Marris will be chasing a place in the final on the fifth day of World University Games in Korea.

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Seventh for Hunter at World Uni Games

Counties Manukau swimmer Daniel Hunter finished seventh in the blue ribbon 100m freestyle final on the fifth day of World University Games in Korea.

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Three qualify for semi-finals on day six of World Uni Games

Three New Zealand swimmers have won through to the semifinals on the sixth day of the World University Games in Korea.

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Kiwis a touch off finals

New Zealand swimmers Daniel Hunter and Helena Gasson were a touch away from places in the finals on the penultimate day of pool action at the World University Games in Korea.

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Radford finishes 8th at World Uni Games

National champion Kane Radford was disappointed with his eighth placing in the 10km open water race on the final day of swimming competition at the World University Games.

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Women's medley relay qualify for final

The New Zealand women’s medley relay swim team has qualified for the final on the last day of pool competition at the World University Games in Korea.

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2015 New Zealand Short Course Championships – Day 3 Heats

North Shore swimmer Helena Gasson is on target to retain a third title at the New Zealand Short Course Championships in Auckland today.

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2015 New Zealand Short Course Championships – Day 5 Heats

Teenage sensation Gabrielle Fa’amausili is on track to defend her national backstroke title at the New Zealand Short Course Championships in Auckland today.

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Howick Pakuranga Pair Lead the Way

Howick Pakuranga swimmers Daniel Hunter and Ewan Jackson led the way in the latest stop of the FINA Airweave World Cup in Tokyo.

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Boyle grabs double World Cup victories in Doha

Lauren Boyle made it a double victory in the penultimate stop of the FINA Swimming World Cup in Doha.

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Boyle makes it four from four in Swimming World Cup

New Zealand swimmer Lauren Boyle made it a clean sweep of the distance freestyle titles at the final FINA World Cup in Dubai.

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2016 Harlequins Team

Introducing the 2016 team representing the Harlequins

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Strong New Zealand team for Oceania Championships

Swimming New Zealand has named a 35-strong team to compete in the Oceania Championships in Fiji in June.

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Pathway to Podium 2015

Pathway to Podium 2015

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Gasson leads way as New Zealand win four gold medals

New Zealand swimmers won four titles on the opening day of pool finals at the 11th Oceania Championships in Fiji.

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Hunter flies as Kiwis dominate to lead medal table

New Zealand swimmers produced an outstanding second day of the Oceania Swimming Championships in Fiji.

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New Zealand dominate in final medal count in the pool

New Zealand swimmers won seven out of 10 final on the last day of pool competition to take the honours at the Oceania Swimming Championships in Fiji.

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Olympian heads swim team to Oceania Championships

A 31-strong New Zealand swim team will contest the 11th Oceania Championships in Suva, Fiji starting on Monday.

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11th Oceania Championships 2016

11th Oceania Championships 2016

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Records for Fa’amausili, Hunter

Gabrielle Fa’amausili and Daniel Hunter closed out the Swimming New Zealand Short Course Championships in style tonight with two New Zealand records at the new Sir Owen G Glenn National Aquatic Centre at the AUT Millennium.

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Fa’amausili on fire, Fisher breaks world record

Super talented teen Gabrielle Fa’amausili showed impressive form as she prepares for this month’s FINA World Junior Championships with back-to-back wins tonight.

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Gasson on target, Fisher breaks world record

Twenty-year-old Helena Gasson is on target to repeat her honour as the leading individual at the Swimming New Zealand Short Course Championships in Auckland.

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National Record For Young Prospect, While Oldies Prove Golden

A national record, a proven performer in form and some oldies proving they are still goodies on the opening night of the New Zealand Short Course Championships in Auckland.

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Swimmers splash out in new National Aquatic Centre

Nearly 650 swimmers from multi world champions to young teens will splash out in the first major competition at the new Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre next week.

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Record and qualifier for Capp as four qualify for World Champs

Nathan Capp saved the best until last, with a national record in the final event to join the three established swim stars in qualifying for December’s FINA World Short Course Championships.

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Paralympic star sets world records, Stanley qualifies for worlds

Para-Swimming’s Mary Fisher and Olympian Matthew Stanley produced the headline acts on the third night of finals at the New Zealand Short Course Championships in Wellington tonight.

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Young guns take aim at stars, Fisher breaks world record

Youth have laid down the challenge to the stars on the third morning of heats at the New Zealand Short Course Swimming Championships in Wellington today.

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Olympian heads bumper fields for NZ swimming championships

A near-record 670 swimmers from 96 clubs will contest the New Zealand Short Course Swimming Championships in the North Shore starting on Sunday.

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Olympian tops qualifiers on opening day of national swim championships

Rio Olympian Helena Gasson (North Shore) topped qualifiers in the 50m butterfly on the opening morning of the Swimming New Zealand Short Course Championships in Auckland.

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Hunter turns frustration to triumph with world championship qualifier

Howick-Pakuranga swimmer Daniel Hunter turned disappointment into celebration when he met the qualifying mark for the FINA World Short Course Championships today.

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Swimmers bag records, world champs qualifying times and near misses

National records, world championship qualifying performances and some agonisingly close calls were the feature of the third night of finals at the New Zealand Short Course Championships at the Sir Owen G Glenn National Aquatic Centre in Auckland.

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Record for Gasson, Hunter & Fa’amausili to defend honours on day three

Rio Olympian Helena Gasson set a New Zealand record during this morning’s heats of the Swimming New Zealand Short Course Championships in Auckland today.

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Hunter targets third qualifying swim

Howick Pakuranga swimmer Daniel Hunter will be aiming for his third FINA World Championship (25m) qualifying swim on the final day of the Swimming New Zealand Short Course Championships in Auckland today.

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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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Hunter finals in FINA World Cup in Singapore

Howick Pakuranga swimmer Daniel Hunter has enjoyed a strong start to his preparations for next month’s FINA World 25m Championships.

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Heat goes for FINA World Cup in Tokyo

A major influx of world stars made for tougher going for the Kiwi swimmers in their second stop of the FINA/airweave World Cup series in Tokyo.

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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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Howick Pakuranga celebrate 50 years

Counties Manukau swim club Howick Pakuranga (HPK) has recently celebrated its 50th year.

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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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Hunter goes close at swimming world championships

Howick Pakuranga swimmer Daniel Hunter has just missed out on a final’s place on day three of the FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships in Canada.

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Hunter and Mincham sound without record at world championships

Daniel Hunter was outside his recent best to miss qualifying for the semifinals on the penultimate day of action at the FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships in Canada.

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Mincham in action on opening day

Auckland’s Michael Mincham was the first Kiwi in the pool on the opening day of the FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships in Canada.

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Hunter begins world short course programme

Howick Pakuranga’s Daniel Hunter had a solid effort in his first competition swim on the second day of the FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships in Canada.

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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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2017 Harlequins Team

Introducing the 2016 team representing the Harlequins

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Olympic swim stars to spark exciting Zonal competition

Kiwi Olympians Bradlee Ashby and Helena Gasson, along with Australian star Emily Seebohm, highlight an exciting night of swimming in the fourth New Zealand Zonal Championships in Auckland on Saturday.

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Gasson and Ashby encouraged, Seebohm impresses

Rio Olympians Bradlee Ashby and Helena Gasson were highly encouraged by their form under heavy training load at the New Zealand Zonal Swimming Championships at the Sir Owen G Glenn National Aquatic Centre in Auckland.

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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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Hunter breaks national freestyle record

Counties Manukau swimmer Daniel Hunter claimed a long-standing national record on the final morning of heats at the 2016 New Zealand Open Swimming Championships.

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World record for Pascoe, Snyders and Stanley superb

A world record to Paralympic star Sophie Pascoe and two more swimmers under the qualifying standing sparked an excellent penultimate night of action at the 2016 New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland.

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Mission accomplished for Snyders chasing third Olympics

It was mission accomplished for Glenn Snyders as he successfully banked the Olympic nomination time in the heats of the men's 100m breaststroke during the penultimate morning session of the 2016 New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland.

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Two for Boyle while talented tyros break through

Lauren Boyle doubled up while two young guns fired to celebrate the third night of finals at the 2016 New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland.

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Two qualifying times, three NZ records from youth brigade

Two up-and-comers have achieved the qualifying standard for the Rio Olympics on the third morning of heats at the 2016 New Zealand Open Swimming Championships.

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Stanley goes under Rio Olympic qualifying standard

Matt Stanley ticked the first box but reckons he has plenty to work on after reaching the qualifying standard for the Rio Olympics on day two of the 2016 New Zealand Open Swimming Championships.

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Stanley attains qualifying standard in morning heats

Matt Stanley ignited the morning session on day two of the 2016 New Zealand Open Swimming Championships by blitzing to an Olympic nomination time in the heats of the men's 200m freestyle.

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Boyle leads core group chasing Rio Olympic swimming standard

A core experienced group led by world championship medallist Lauren Boyle are expected to pilot the way as the country’s top swimmers chase qualifying standards for the Rio Olympics next week.

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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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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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State New Zealand Open Championships – Day 4 Heats

Triple world championship medallist Lauren Boyle made it three from three in the final morning of heats at the State New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland.

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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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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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Four of the best for Gasson, more titles for Fa’amausili, Ashby

Rio Olympian Helena Gasson bagged her fourth title in as many days on the penultimate 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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High Performance Team visit USA

A team of 16 athletes recently spent three weeks in Arizona and California, USA competing in two meets and attending the national team altitude camp.

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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 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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Semifinals spots prove elusive for Kiwi swimmers

2017 FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS - NZ WRAP DAY 6 - There were no additions to New Zealand swimmers qualifying for semifinals and finals on day six of the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.

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Fractions prove difference for New Zealand swimmers

2017 FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPIONSHIPS - NZ WRAP DAY 7. Fractions proved the difference for two New Zealand swimmers chasing semifinals on the penultimate day of the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.  

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2017 NEW ZEALAND SHORT COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS DAY 1 PREVIEW

The largest ever National Short Course championships kicks off tomorrow, as close to 800 national and international swimmers compete across 5 days of competition on Auckland’s North Shore.

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SOPHIE PASCOE AND CIARA SMITH DOMINATE DAY THREE OF SHORT COURSE CHAMPS

Sophie Pascoe has broken two more world Para swimming short course records, whilst 16 year old Ciara Smith upstaged the field on day three of the national short course swimming championships.

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PASCOE, FISHER AND YOUNGSTERS CONTINUE TO BREAK RECORDS

Sophie Pascoe and Mary Fisher closed out their national short course championships with a world record each, as youngsters show glimpses of a bright future for swimming in New Zealand.

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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 3 Morning Session Results

Sophie Pascoe, Lewis Clareburt, Celyn Edwards and Jesse Reynolds will content finals this evening.

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#GC2018 DAY 3 WRAP - PASCOE WINS GOLD

Sophie Pascoe has capped off the night at the pool with a gold medal, winning the women’s SM10 200m individual medley in 2:27.26.

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#GC2018 DAY 4 WRAP - EDWARDS SMASHES PB

Celyn Edwards has smashed his personal best time in the men’s SM7 200m individual medley today by a staggering 9.75 seconds.

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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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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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2017 Swimming New Zealand Awards

Saturday 8 April 2017Ellerslie Event Centre, Auckland Finalists

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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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YOUTH ATHLETES SHINE ON DAY TWO OF AON NZ OPENS

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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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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DOYLE AND HUNTER WIN 100M FREESTYLE CROWNS

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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SWIMMING NEW ZEALAND ANNOUNCE REPRESENTATIVE TEAMS

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 Pacific Championships.

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2018 Pan Pacific Championships

The 2018 Pan Pacs Championships occurs every two years and will be held in Tokyo, Japan from Thursday the 9th of August to Monday the 13th of August.

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PAN PACS DAY 1: CLAREBURT BREAKS NZ RECORD

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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PAN PACS DAY 2: RESULTS

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

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PAN PACS DAY 3: RESULTS

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

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PAN PACS DAY 4: RESULTS

All three Kiwi swimmers were in action on the final pool day of the Pan Pacific Championships in Tokyo Japan.

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SMITH AND ASHBY HIGHLIGHT OPENING DAY OF NZ SHORT COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Ciara Smith’s national age-group record and Bradlee Ashby’s two open titles highlights the opening day of the 2018 New Zealand Short Course Championships in Auckland.

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BRADLEE ASHBY BREAKS DANIEL BELL’S NATIONAL RECORD ON DAY 3 OF NZ SHORT COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS

Bradlee Ashby has been in scintillating form at the 2018 New Zealand Short Course Championships, breaking his second national record in as many days.

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ALEXANDER BREAKS FA’AMAUSILI’S BACKSTROKE RECORD

Auckland teenager Kyla Alexander rounded out the New Zealand Short Course Championships by breaking former Junior World Champion Gabrielle Fa’amausili’s 17 years national age-group record in the 50m backstroke event.

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14th FINA WORLD SHORT COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS TEAM SELECTION

SNZ have announced 18 swimmers will represent New Zealand at the 14th FINA World Short Course Championships in Hangzhou.

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14th FINA WORLD SWIMMING CHAMPS - DAY 2 RESULTS

A rundown of results from Kiwis competing at the 14th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m).

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ASHBY, JEFFCOAT AND MCCARTHY SHINE FOR NZ ON DAY 3

Bradlee Ashby makes semi finals with Andrew Jeffcoat setting a new PB at World Champs (25m).

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ASHBY, HUNTER, HYDE AND COETZEE SMASH NZ OPEN RELAY RECORD

The men's 4x200m freestyle relay team set a new NZ open short course record at world championships to highlight weekend results.

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Numbered Athletes

Swimmers receive a number when they represent New Zealand at a World Championships (LC), Olympic Games or Commonwealth Games.

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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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2019 World University Games Team

Congratulations to the following Swimmers & Coaches who have been selected to the 2019 World University Games New Zealand Team, 2nd...

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NZOC Long List

Congratulations to the following Swimmers who have qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Long List:

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Tokyo 2020 Long List

44 swimmers have achieved the standard required to be named on the Tokyo 2020 long list.

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Tokyo 2020 Long List

Congratulations to the following Swimmers who have qualified for the Tokyo 2020 Long List:

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Carded Athletes

Carded athletes 2019/20

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