15-year-old Erika Fairweather is part of the very young New Zealand roster ready to take on the world in Gwangju next month.
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.
Eve Thomas took silver in the women’s 400m free tonight in Auckland, dipping under the New Zealand ‘development consideration time’ for World Championships.
Lewis Clareburt took the men’s 200m free title on night 2 of the 2019 New Zealand Championships but fell short of the FINA A cut for Gwangju.
The New Zealand World Championships roster saw 2 names added on the 1st day of the 2019 New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland.
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.
Swimming New Zealand has announced a 10-strong team to travel to Italy in July for the 2019 World University Games including sprinter Daniel Hunter (pictured).
These are 10 of the best male swimmers under the age of 20, who are looking most likely to break out and make an impact on a world stage in the near future including Commonwealth Games medallist Lewis Clareburt (pictured).
King Kyle Chalmers was the man to beat across 3 events at NSW Championships, as the 20-year-old took another title tonight at SOPAC.
Kyle Chalmers put up the 2nd fastest 100m freestyle time of his career tonight in New South Wales, producing a mark that sits only behind his gold-medal winning effort from Rio.
25-year-old Ning Zetao, the 2015 double world champion in 50/100 freestyle, earned his 2nd title of these 2018 Queensland Championships.
Chinese former world champion Ning Zetao indeed hit the pool at Brisbane Aquatic Center to take the 100 free victory at the Queensland Championships.
Surprise Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Lewis Clareburt earned another accolade, adding to his impressive breakout year.
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.