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Howick Pakuranga swimmer Daniel Hunter has forced his way into the final of the blue riband event after action on the fourth day of the World University Games in Korea.
Aussie Justin James grabbing gold at the World University Games in South Korea
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.
West Australian late bloomer Holly Barratt last night opened Australia’s World University Games medal account in the pool
Just 3/100ths of a second stood between Howick Pakuranga swimmer Ewan Jackson and a place in his first international final on day two day of the World University Games in Korea.
North Shore Laura Quilter is the first New Zealand swimmer to win through to the finals after the opening day of competition
Hammer thrower Julia Ratcliffe has been named as flagbearer for the New Zealand Team competing at the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea.
Sixty-six athletes from seven sports will be competing for New Zealand at the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea as the action gets under way later this week.
Australia’s next generation of swimming stars will receive a major boost to their development pathway and future swimming careers thanks to the Australian Commonwealth Games Association (ACGA) NextGEN squad support grant.
Not content with her winning time in last night’s 200m freestyle, Australian champion Emma McKeon decided on another crack tonight and it paid off when she clocked