Catch the highlights of day three of the 2021 New Zealand Swimming Championships featuring young freestyle ace Erika Fairweather.
21-year-old Lewis Clareburt just put up the 2nd fastest 400m IM time in the world this season to establish a new national record.
The 2021 New Zealand National Championships kicked off today in Auckland with just the men’s 800m free and women’s 1500m free on the docket.
Get your coffee brewing now to help you keep up with all of the intense international racing action taking place this upcoming week.
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New Zealand is set to begin its rollout of the coronavirus vaccine on March 31st.
Olympic medalist Daiya Seto will be racing in April at the 2021 Japan Swim, the meet which acts as the nation’s sole Olympic-qualifying opportunity.
We may see China’s backstroking king Xu Jiayu in the water this March, with the nation hosting its 2nd national meet of the year.
Katie Ledecky, Simone Manuel, and Nathan Adrian are all expected to make their long course return at the Pro Swim Series in San Antonio next week.
Catch up on additional stories from around the globe, including news on the medical situation of the Olympic Games, in this week’s edition of Beyond the Lane Lines.
In a recent survey done by Kyodo news, over 85% of respondents think that the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games should be postponed or canceled.
Just three years into the job, Michael Scott has resigned as Chief Executive of High-Performance Sport New Zealand (HPSNZ).
Craig Tilley of Tennis Australia says that he believes that the current strategy to host the Tokyo Olympics won’t work, based on experiences with the Australian Open.
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