The 2019 New Zealand Short Course Championships kick-off in Auckland tomorrow, October 1st, with Bradlee Ashby among the competitors.
15-year-old Erika Fairweather clocked a 200m free time worthy of World Championships consideration on night 4 of the 2019 NZ Open Championships.
Bradlee Ashby put up the 4th fastest 200m IM time of his career to add his name to the list of NZ World Championships qualifiers.
Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Lewis Clareburt put on a show in the men’s 400m IM to claim his first gold of the 2019 New Zealand Open Championships.
Psych sheets are out for the 2019 New Zealand Open Championships slated to begin on June 17th in Auckland with Commonwealth Games medalist Lewis Clareburt.
Erika Fairweather, Michael Pickett and Taiko Torepe-Ormsby (pictured) all set new NZ Age records on the closing night of New Zealand Age Group Championships.
16-year-old Brearna Crawford picked up her 4th national record in 4 days while Erika Fairweather (pictured) also impressed at the New Zealand Age Group Championships overnight.
Bradlee Ashby of New Zealand may not be walking away with medals around his neck, but the 23-year-old is still making his presence known at these Short Course World Championships.
Bradlee Ashby of New Zealand lowered his own National Record in the men’s 200m IM in tonight’s final.
2018 NEW ZEALAND SHORT COURSE CHAMPIONSHIPS Tuesday, October 2nd – Saturday, October 6th Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre…
Bradlee Ashby continued his dominance at the New Zealand Short Course Championships with two more individual wins on the penultimate day.
Bradlee Ashby took down a nine-year-old National Record in the 100 IM on day 3 of the New Zealand SC Championships.
22-year-old Bradlee Ashby followed up his record-breaking session from last night with an additional 2 golds this evening in Auckland
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.