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  • 2017 NZ Open Championships

    Congratulations to the seven competitors who made the trip north to represented their club at this years event. Hamish Mclean of Wanaka returning home with a total of 4 medals, gold in the 50 fly and 100 free and silver in 200IM and 400 free. Andrew Trembath of Neptune took bronze in the 400IM.

    Date: 10/04/17

  • 2017 SI Country & Town Competition

    180+ competitors from across the South Island converged on Moana Pool, Dunedin, this weekend to participate in the 2017 South Island Country & Town Competition. Congratulations to all competitors who claimed a meet title, top 3 placing and improved personal best times, your hard work and commitment to training has paid off.

    Date: 03/04/17

  • NZ Age Group Championships

    Twenty eight members from Otago joined 700+ from across the country at this years Age Group Championships held in Wellington. Several Otago records fell, Erika Fairweather claimed a NZ record in the 200 Free along with 7 national titles. Congratulations to all who attended.

    Date: 29/03/17

  • Otago Primary School Championships

    Sixty Eight schools, 350+ students, converged at Moana Pool yesterday for this years Primary School Championships. Congratulations to all, some well fought out racing and what about those relays, very exciting! Click Read Article for results

    Date: 26/03/17

  • Division II Competition

    Fabulous achievement by our 26 swimmers from around the Otago region, joining 600+ competitors in Rotorua at this years competition, bringing home 13 Gold, 8 Silver and 9 Bronze plus countless PB's, congratulations to you all!! Special congratulations to Mannix Fraser (Oamaru), 4 gold medals and Ethan Ludlow (Alexandra) coming home with 8 in total. Thank you to the Coaches and Team Managers who, as usual, went above and beyond to make this event the success it was for our swimmers.

    Date: 15/03/17

  • Ocean Series Success

    Congratulations Stefannie Gillespie (Zenith), crowned Legend of the Lake, Rotorua in February. Following it up with a second place in the Christchurch Crown held earlier this month. There remains two more events in the Ocean Series, Bay of Islands Classic on Saturday 18 March and King of the Bays in April.

    Date: 07/03/17

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