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Matt Scott Wins Two National Titles At Nz Open Water Championships

Gisborne swimmer Matt Scott opens the season with double honours in the 2018 New Zealand Open Water Championships in Taupo.


Drowning at Waimarama Beach, Hawke's Bay

At around 6.50 pm on Sunday evening a group were swimming at Waimarama Beach in front of the surf club. They were around chest-deep in the water when a male and a female started to be swept out to sea.


Lifeguards ready to race at Central Regional Championships

The Central Regional Championships (CRC) are set to take place at Fitzroy Beach in Taranaki this weekend, with 163 lifeguards going head-to-head to claim top honours and bragging rights for their club.


Port Nelson Swim Series

Thursday's week nine of the Port Nelson Swim Series was notable for extremes, Extreme trepidation that the weather would turn bad. Extreme relief that it didn't. Extreme discomfort getting into and out of the water at one of the lowest tides of the s


Elite Red Bull Storm Chase field hoping for huge Force 10 waves in 2018.

After 2017 came and went without the mammoth Force 10 fuelled waves needed for Red Bull Storm Chase, the 2018 edition's three-month waiting period begins on January 5.


Men’s High Performance Surf Boat teams announced

Surf Life Saving New Zealand is pleased to announce two surf boat crews that have been selected to represent New Zealand at the 2018 Trans-Tasman Surf Boat Challenge.


Eyebright Mile

The beautiful summer of swimming continued on Sunday with 118 competitors taking on the 2km Eyebright Mile between the Nelson Yacht Club and Tahunanui Beach.


Port Nelson Sea Swim

Christina Harris won the F50-59 section in Thursday's Port Nelson Sea Swim. Photo: Jean Hodson
Mathew, left, and Aliesha Jones dominated the 500m swim in Thursdays Port Nelson Sea Swim Series. Photo: Peter Gibbs


Port Nelson swim

Bree Anderson went without a wetsuit in her first swim of the season, leading in Hamish Neill over a swim of 800m.


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.