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  • 317 PBs & 96 Top 3 Finishes at Makos Junior Festival

    Congratulations to the 66 Otago athletes that competed at the Makos Junior Festival from 4-6 November 2022. It was a fantastic weekend of racing, with 317 personal best times recorded and 96 top 3 finishes!

    Date: 07/11/22

  • Another Otago Record for Neptune Youngster

    Congratulations to Neptune Swim Club's Sophia Kivileva on breaking an Otago Record in Invercargill over the weekend.

    Date: 19/10/22

  • Coaches Jackson Reardon and Emily Currall Lead Team to Win Otago Triad Tournament

    The inaugral Otago Triad Tournament was held on Saturday 15 October - a great success that saw a tight battle for the top position. Congratulations to Team Blue and its coaches Jackson Reardon and Emily Currall on taking the win!

    Date: 15/10/22

  • Three Otago Records for Kenny

    Congratulations to Neptune Swim Club's Claire Kenny on breaking three Otago Record in Qatar last month.

    Date: 09/10/22

  • Salomonsson Breaks Otago Record in Timaru

    Congratulations to Kiwi ASC's Neo Salomonsson on breaking an Otago Record in Timaru over the weekend.

    Date: 28/09/22

  • Nigel Ellett Elected Chairperson of Swimming Otago

    Nigel Ellett has been elected to the position of Chairperson of the Swimming Otago Board. After serving on the Swimming Otago Board for three years, Nigel is excited to take on this hands-on position and lead our regional association into the future. We also welcome Gillian Sugiyama onto the Swimming Otago Board.

    Date: 27/09/22

  • Two Records for Carnie at Colin Walker Memorial Meet

    Congratulations to Wanaka Swim Club's Hana Carnie on breaking two Otago Records over the weekend at the Colin Walker Memorial Meet in Queenstown.

    Date: 20/09/22

  • 2022 Annual Award Recipients

    Congratulations to this year's award recipients, and we welcome our newest Life Member Jill Clarke.

    Date: 17/09/22

  • Five Otago Athletes Selected to Represent NZ at FINA World Short Course Champs

    A huge congratulations to the five Neptune Swim Club athletes selected to represent New Zealand at the 16th FINA World Swimming Championships (25m) later this year in Melbourne. Otago athletes selected are Erika Fairweather, Caitlin Deans, Luan Grobbelaar, Ruby Heath, and Esme Paterson.

    Date: 31/08/22

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