Take a look at the upcoming swim meets happening around the world in the month of September, knowing things can change in an instant.
As a testament to how quickly the tide can turn in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, New Zealand has had to peel back its declared victory,
On Saturday Jean Hurring (above-right), the only New Zealand woman to win an Olympic medal in swimming, died at the age of 89. Pictured with husband Lincoln.
The nation of New Zealand is set to see a new 50m aquatics facility be built in its eastern region of Hawke’s Bay, with a governmental funding boost at hand.
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Ali Galyer, who declared New Zealand as her sporting citizenship in 2018, has moved to her adopted homeland to continue training for the Olympic Games.
New Zealand will host 13 regional events this summer and fall to allow everyone from age groupers to adults to return to competition after the pandemic.
Western Australia is among locales on schedule to host a swimming meet during the month of July, the first since coronavirus restrictions have been lifted.
With the exception of border controls, swimming in New Zealand can return with full force this week, including training and meets.
The World Anti-Doping Agency has updated its athlete Q&A section to address issues regarding testing during the coronavirus pandemic.
Dean Boxall has been named the Australian Swimming Coaches And Teachers Association Coach of the Year after his team’s successes.
As of today, according to data from Johns Hopkins University, New Zealand has logged 1,499 confirmed cases and just 21 deaths.
New Zealand’s Phoebe Harris, who is A final-ready for C-USA in the 100 breast and 200 breast, will swim for FIU beginning next fall.
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