2018 NEW ZEALAND OPEN CHAMPIONSHIPS Monday, July 2nd – Friday, July 6th Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Center LCM…
Daniel Hunter won his 4th-straight 50 free title, while Michael Pickett broke another National Age Group Record on Wednesday.
While nobody posted a new senior Pan Pac Championship qualifying time on Tuesday, another National Age Record was broken – making 4 so far at the meet.
18-year-old Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Lewis Clareburt will be gunning for more Pan Pacs qualifying times at next week’s New Zealand Open Championships.
Swimming New Zealand has today announced the finalists for eleven categories at the 2018 Swimming New Zealand Awards, to honor and celebrate achievements by New Zealand swimmers, officials, volunteers and coaches in 2017-2018.
Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Lewis Clareburt of New Zealand will be training under Ian Thorpe’s old coach this summer.
Lewis Clareburt, Tyron Henry and Taiko Torepe-Ormsby starred on the final night of the national age-group championships by each smashing an age-group record.
Pierce Collins broke a thirteen-year-old national age-group record in the 100m butterfly final, on day 4 of the 2018 Aon New Zealand National Age Group Championships.
Lewis Clareburt and Bre Crawford were in record breaking form on day 3 of the 2018 Aon NZ Age-Group Championships.
The first day of the 2018 Aon National Age Group Championships kicked off with Ciara Smith and Pierce Collins in record breaking form.
18-year-old Lewis Clareburt was a late addition to the Kiwi roster, but made the most of his Commonwealth Games appearance with a 400m IM bronze medal.
Chad Le Clos will take on both the 200 fly and 100 free at day 3 prelims of the 2018 Commonwealth Games.
Records are poised to fall as the 2nd finals session of the 2018 Commonwealth Games will feature finals in the men’s 50 fly, women’s 50 breast, men’s 200 free, men’s and women’s S9 100 back, men’s 400 IM, men’s 100 back, women’s 100 fly, and men’s 4 x 100 free relay, as well as seminfinals of the women’s 50 free, men’s 100 breast, and women’s 100 back.
Kyle Chalmers was king was again, this time taking the 200m free title to give host nation Australia another gold.
Scotland’s Mark Szaranek is a gold medal contender in the IM events on the Gold Coast.