MAGS claim first NZSS Co-Ed Swimming Title

The Mt Albert Grammar School Swim Team have won the NZ Secondary Schools Co-Ed Swimming Championships for the first time in the school’s history. The event, which ran from September 12-15 at Waterworld in Hamilton, attracted 733 swimmers from 160 secondary schools. MAGS Swimming Captain Vasilina Shipilova led the 21-strong team to this inaugural victory in her final year at MAGS with strong personal performances including two bronze medals, 10 Top 8 placings and was a member of the gold medal-winning girls relay team. FINA World Junior Swimming representative Brearna... Read More

High school swimmers head for Waterworld

Hundreds of competitive high school swimmers will descend on Hamilton’s Waterworld this weekend, when the refurbished facility hosts the 2019 NZ Secondary School Swimming Championships. The four-day event at the Hamilton City Council-owned facility opens on the evening of Thursday 12 September, and runs through Sunday 15 September. More than 700 competitors will take to the water across five age groups and 49 swimming events totalling more than 4500 swims. Stuart Davidson, the Council’s Aquatics Manager, says hosting the NZ Secondary School Swimming Championships reflects the importance of the multi-million-dollar... Read More

Brearna Crawford claims NZ Open Record

Mt Albert Grammar School: World Junior Championships-bound swimmer Brearna Crawford led the way and rewrote the record books with outstanding early season form at the annual Evolution Swim Meet held in Hamilton. Brearna become New Zealand’s fastest female short course 100m Breaststroke swimmer when she broke the NZ Open Record in a classy time of 1.07.14sec. Brearna continues her preparation and will leave on 6 August for a 10-day preparation camp in Vienna before competing at the 2019 FINA World Junior Championships in Budapest, Hungary. Brearna set nine other records... Read More

Pursuing all-round excellence – Jaden Movold

Channel Magazine: AIMES Winner Q & A: Jaden Movold In 2015 Jaden Movold won the AIMES Junior Excellence Award for Services to the Community. As part of feature looking at what has happened to a number of past winners, Christine Young caught up with Jaden and what he’s achieved over the past few years – as well as what his ambitions are for the future. Christine Young: What excites you about the many activities it is you are involved in and in particular those where you contribute in some... Read More

Diocesan swimmer is Youth Olympics bound

College Sport Media: Gina Galloway from Diocesan School for Girls will be competing in the pool at the upcoming Youth Olympic Games in Argentina as one of four young New Zealand swimmers selected to attend the Games. Galloway (aged 17) is the granddaughter of Ngaire Galloway, who at 93 years old, is New Zealand’s oldest living Olympian, and like Galloway senior competes in the backstroke. Galloway junior won a bronze medal at the 2017 Youth Commonwealth Games and will compete in the women’s 50m, 100m, 200m backstroke and 100m butterfly... Read More

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... Read More

NZSS Swimming Champions

The New Zealand Secondary School Swimming Championships were held over the weekend at Waterworld in Hamilton with over 580 students competing from across the country. Auckland Grammar School won the last event on the programme – the senior boys 4 x 50 freestyle relay. The team was made up of year 13 students A. J. Falconer, L. W. Tattersfield, O. Chen and C. M. Bradding. For all four students, this was their last ever swimming competition race for Auckland Grammar. Despite none of them being ranked in the top 15 freestyle... Read More

Swimming Results

2019 Individual Championship Results Individual Para Championship Results Champion of Champions Results Para Champion of Champions Results North Harbour Zone Results Central Western Zone Results Counties Manukau Results Central Eastern Zone Results   2018 Individual Championships Results Para Individual Championships Results Champion of Champions Results All Zone Results Champion of Champions Qualifiers North Harbour Zone Central West Zone Counties Manukau Zone Central East Zone (updated 6 March)   2017 Individual Championships Champion of Champions Counties Manukau Zone Central Western Zone North Harbour Zone Central Eastern Zone Read More

Swimming Information

College Sport Auckland Individual Championships 2019 Meet Programme Information for Para swimmers Entry & Competition Information   College Sport Auckland Champion of Champions 2019 Meet Programme Rules & Schedule Qualifiers By School Qualifiers by Event Relay Qualifiers Information for Para Swimmers   Zone Meets 2019 North Harbour Zone Meet Programme Central Western Zone Meet Programme Counties Manukau Zone Meet Programme Central Eastern Zone Meet Programme Schedule & Rules Zone Entry Information   Health & Safety 2019 Read More