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New Zealand Para Swimming Team announced

Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) announced the selection of the New Zealand Para Swimming Team to compete at the 2019 World Para Swimming Championships (London, England) from 9 – 15 September.


Luan Grobbelaar Receives New Zealand Citizenship

Swimming New Zealand would like to settle some confusion around 17-year old Luan Grobbelaar from Kiwi West Aquatics.


New Para record for Pascoe

Sophie Pascoe (QEII) was racing by herself in the Women's S9 100m Butterfly. Not only did Pascoe break the World Para-Swimming (WPS) World Record in the heats this


Record broken at Aon Open Swim Championships

The Men's 200m Freestyle was the highlight of the finals tonight on day two of the 2019 Aon Open Championships. Lewis Clareburt (Capital) took the title in the Men's 200m


PNZ Chef de Mission role up for grabs

Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) has launched its search for the PNZ Chef de Mission to lead the New Zealand Paralympic Team up to and at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.


Sophie Pascoe Breaks Two World Records

Sophie Pascoe (QEII) has broken two World Para Swimming (WPS) World Records. The first in the Women's S9 50m Freestyle with a record time of 27.32 seconds. The second in the Women's S9 100m Backstroke with a time of 1:07.41 seconds.


Dolphins Ready to Take on the World

Swimming Australia has named a 27-athlete strong team to take on the rest of the world in Gwangju, South Korea, at the FINA World Swimming Championships in July. They will join the eight open water athletes who were named last month to compete in Yeo


Digging Deep on Night Four

Aussie Mitch Larkin (St Peters Western) has swum sub 1:56 in the Men’s 200m Individual Medley, smashing his own Commonwealth and Australian record


2019 Aon New Zealand Open Championships

Over three hundred swimmers will compete in just under two weeks’ time in the 2019 Aon New Zealand Open Championships at Auckland’s Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre.


Magnussen retires from Swimming

Two-time world champion James Magnussen has retired from competitive swimming after officially calling time on his career in the pool.