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Swimming New Zealand and Aon New Zealand are proud to announce Aon will join as the principal sponsor of the National Age Group and New Zealand Open Championships for two years.
The New Zealand Olympic Committee together with Swimming New Zealand has named Lewis Clareburt to the swimming team for the 2018 Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.
Swimming Australia has unearthed a group of rising open water stars at the 2018 Australian Open Water Swimming Championships, who have all set their sights on the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and beyond.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has acknowledged the recognition given to the many Olympic athletes who have received Australia Day honours announced this morning.
The Aquabike National Championships at Challenge Wanaka on 17 February 2018 is the first step to representing New Zealand in this emerging sport. The first eligible overall male and female across the line will win $2,500 towards
Australia’s Olympic Team for PyeongChang 2018 has been finalised after the reallocation of quota spots allowed five more athletes to gain selection for next month’s Winter Games.
Luke Kelly and Sierra Thomas continued to dominate the Port Nelson swim series with wins in race 12 on Thursday night.
Twenty-one year old Ollie Signorini has been making waves in the open water swimming scene for a few years and the reigning Australian Open Surf Race champion
Swimming New Zealand (SNZ) announce the appointment of experienced and respected coach Gary Francis to its High Performance team in the new role of Targeted Athlete and Coach Manager.
Gisborne swimmer Matt Scott opens the season with double honours in the 2018 New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo.