Kiwi national record holder Bradlee Ashby struck gold twice on night 1 of the New Zealand Short Course Championships.
New Zealand’s qualifying meet for the 2018 Short Course World Championships kicks off tomorrow, but young Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Lewis Clareburt is missing from the psych sheets.
Dr. David Gerrard has been appointed Swimming New Zealand President at the organization’s annual general meeting held in Auckland over the weekend.
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After announcing a verbal commitment to Florida in January, New Zealand backstroker Bobbi Gichard has switched gears and committed to four-time NCAA champion Queens University of Charlotte.
In response to a drastic funding cut to Swimming New Zealand after the Rio Olympics, the national swimming model has gradually shifted from a centralized hub where all elite swimmers would train to a more spread-out approach.
Swimming New Zealand has announced a roster of 4 swimmers, 2 male and 2 female, for the 2018 Youth Olympic…
The open water race course is well-within the FINA temperature standards for Tuesday morning’s open water events.
Ryan Murphy’s win in the 200 back, plus gold from leading off the 400 medley relay, was part of a 7-gold run on Sunday to finish the 2018 Pan Pac Championships.
Although he finished off the podium, young star Lewis Clareburt of New Zealand still made his mark on the men’s 400m IM on day 1 of the Pan Pacific Championships.
2018 PAN PACIFIC CHAMPIONSHIPS Thursday, August 9 – Tuesday, August 14, 2018 Tokyo Tatsumi International Swimming Center, Tokyo, Japan Meet…
Robinson won the 800 and 1500 freestyles at the 2018 New Zealand open Championships.
The 2018 Pan Pacific Championships are set to begin in one week and the psych sheets have just been released on the official meet website.
The United States returns just one individual gold medalist from the 2014 Pan Pac Championships, Katie Ledecky, for this year’s meet.
Three days after placing 8th in the U.S. National 200 back final, Ali Galyer has been named to New Zealand’s team for the Pan Pacific Championships, as the NCAA standout will switch her sporting citizenship.