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.
Rising international star Taylor Ruck headlines a dominant Stanford class atop our incoming recruiting class ranks for 2018-2019.
Bobbi Gichard (pictured, above left) of Auckland, New Zealand has announced her verbal commitment to the University of Florida for 2018-19.
Headlining the Kiwi roster will be nine-time Paralympic champion Sophie Pascoe, who heads a team of five Para swimmers.
Sophie Pascoe broke another Para Swimming World Record in Auckland, while Bradlee Ashby collected a national record on the day.
2016 Olympian Lauren Boyle will be joined by 11 teammates on their way to the World Championships in Budapest this July.
In reviewing the New Zealand selection criteria for the 2017 World Championships, we came across a major change listed on the site regarding the World Junior Championships.
Over the last week there have been some significant changes to the swimming landscape in New Zealand…
Gabrielle Fa’amausili is among the 35 New Zealand will send to the 2016 Oceanic Championships held in June.
Kiwi swimmer Matthew Stanley raced his way to the top of the podium in the men’s 100m freestyle on the final night of his nation’s Olympic Trials in Auckland.
Glenn Snyders notched a spot on the Kiwi roster for Rio, which will mark his 3rd Olympic Games appearance.
New Zealand’s Bobbi Gichard and Australia’s Clyde Lewis led a charge from Oceania at the opening day of the 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games in Samoa.
Junior World Championships medalist Bobbi Gichard (left) has been named New Zealand’s national flag bearer for the upcoming Youth Commonwealth Games, per Yahoo! New Zealand.
Australian age group standout Minna Atherton tied American Claire Adams’ junior world record time of 59.58 Wednesday night in order to claim gold and also break the championship record in the event.
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