15-year-old Tainui swimmer guns for Youth Olympics

Māori Television: 15-year-old Gold Heart Scholarship recipient Tyron Henare is a stroke closer to pursuing his Youth Olympic dreams for swimming. In July the six-time National gold medallist will put his skills to the test against the country’s best at the 2018 Opens in the hopes to qualify. Tyron Henry is currently New Zealand’s top sprint swimmer for freestyle, backstroke and fly in his age group. He now looks to qualify for 2018 Youth Olympics in the hopes to make his mark on the world stage. Henry says “My short term goal for this year…

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MAGS softballers keeping it in the family

College Sport Media: Three title wins in four days – it doesn’t get much better than that for a group of Mount Albert Grammar School softballers. Isaac Munro, one of five players in the MAGS team that won their sixth straight NZSS Division 1 title who also made the tournament team, explains their recent winning week on the diamond: “Last Friday we won the NZSS tournament in Lower Hutt and then we flew home and a lot of us joined our club Ramblers in winning the Auckland club U17 and…

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