3-time Olympian Glenn Snyders of New Zealand has officially announced his retirement from the sport of competitive swimming.
After tying for 16th place in the 100 breast prelims, Daniel Gyurta scratched the swim-off against Glenn Snyders of New Zealand.
Lauren Boyle (above) and Glenn Snyders become the 3rd and 4th New Zealand swimmers to qualify for 3 Olympic Games.
Lauren Boyle, Kane Radford, and Sophie Pascoe were among the honorees at yesterday’s Swimming New Zealand Awards.
Glenn Snyders notched a spot on the Kiwi roster for Rio, which will mark his 3rd Olympic Games appearance.
Matamata Swim Club’s Matt Stanley scored an Olympic-qualifying mark en route to winning the men’s 200m freestyle right off the bat in the morning’s prelims session of New Zealand’s Olympic Trials.
There are ‘Fast Fridays’ and then there are Trojan Swim Club Fast Fridays, marked by a stellar swim by Russia’s Yuliya Efimova.
Clive Power, interim head coach of Swimming New Zealand, will remain in his role through the Rio 2016 Olympics.
New Zealand’s Lauren Boyle leads her country’s 10-swimmer strong squad headed to Kazan.
Maya DiRado earned shares of two wins on a night when some of the top California-based postgrads clashed at the Speedo Grand Challenge.
With the New Zealand Swimming Championships all said and done the nation will be taken 10 athletes to the World Championships in Kazan…
Swimming New Zealand enjoyed an outstanding opening to the New Zealand Open Championships with six swimmers going under the qualifying…
Glenn Snyders stayed on a roll on the second day of New Zealand’s Short Course Nationals, breaking his second national record in as many days.
Through two days of the 2014 New Zealand Short Course Championships in Wellington, the country’s selection event for the 2014…
Swimming New Zealand has announced a 16-swimmer roster for the 2014 Pan Pac Championships that will race in less than…