10 New Zealanders headed to Junior Pan Pacs in Maui

  6 Jared Anderson | August 12th, 2014 | Featured, International, New Zealand and Oceania, News

Following the announcement of its Pan Pacific Championships team yesterday, Swimming New Zealand has named its Junior Pan Pacs squad, tabbing 10 young swimmers to make the trek to Maui, Hawaii in two weeks.

The team features 8 boys and 2 girls, including Australian Youth Olympic festival medalists Bradlee Ashby and Grace Sommerville.

The team is made up of 8 pool swimmers with Sommerville and Liam Albery adding on as Open Water entrants. Junior Pan Pacs open on August 27th in Hawaii.

You can view the full rosters (name and home club) below or on the Swimming New Zealand website here.

Pool Swimmers

Bradlee Ashby FFDWK
Rebekah Bradley UNIAK
Carter Edgecombe FFDWK
Dominic Mildon HPKCO
George Schroder AQGCB
Andrew Trembath NEPOT
Ben Walsh PCAWN
Julian Weir AQTTR

Open Water Swimmers

Liam Albery CAPWN
Grace Sommerville ASTED

 

Coaching Team

Craig Albery Open Water
Gennadiy Labara Pool
Nevill Sutton Pool

Team Manager

Donna Bouzaid

Comments

  1. beachmouse says:
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    Surprised that Gabrielle Fa’amausili is on neither Pan Pacs roster, even if she is a stroke 50 specialist.

  2. don says:
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    Has the USA’s Junior PanPac team been announced yet?

    • Braden Keith Braden Keith says:
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      don – no. My guess is that they’re still waiting for the first round of yes or nos, and then will send out a second round of invites.

  3. whoknows says:
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    They must have been in contact with swimmers at senior meet. They had that swim off in the 100 fly on Sunday -winner to junior pan pac.

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Jared Anderson just can’t stay away from the pool. A competitive career sixteen years and running wasn’t enough for this native Minnesotan, who continues to get his daily chlorine fix. A lifelong lover of writing, Jared now combines the two passions as Senior Reporter for SwimSwam.com, covering swimming at every level. Read More »