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  • 2019 Junior World Champs

    Congratulations to the swimmers and coaches who have been selected to attend the 2019 Junior World Championships

    Date: 08/05/19

  • 100th Swimming Manawatu AGM

    The 100th Swimming Manawatu Annual General Meeting will be held on Friday 21 September 2018 at the Rose City Clubrooms commencing at 8pm.

    Date: 14/08/18

  • First Manawatu Record

    A huge congratulations to Milan Glintmeyer for her first Manawatu Record.

    Date: 30/05/18

  • 2018 NZ Junior Festival – All Stars

    The weekend saw 109 swimmers from Manawatu Clubs competing in Wellington against swimmers from the best clubs in the All Stars Zone. Swimmers entered in the competition were all aged 12 and under.

    Date: 26/02/18

  • Mya Rasmussen among age group athletes swimming for success

    More than 250 young swimmers filled The Lido Aquatic Centre in Palmerston North at the weekend, the largest turnout for the regional age group championship in many years.

    Date: 09/02/18

  • 2018 Manawatu Age Group Championship

    A great weekend of swimming at the Lido outdoor 50m pool last weekend despite the varying weather. The event was well supported by Manawatu clubs with 259 swimmers attending the 2018 Manawatu Age Group Championships.

    Date: 06/02/18

  • 2018 Manawatu Sports Awards Finalists

    Congratulations to Chris Arbuthnott, Mya Rasmussen and Hanna van Wijk who have been named as finalists for the 2018 Central Energy Trust Manawatu Sports Awards...

    Date: 05/02/18

  • Para swimming records smashed at summer championships in Wellington

    Para swimmer Hannah van Wijk is not letting anything get in the way of her journey towards Paralympic success, not even herself. During the recent Swimming Wellington Long Course Summer Championships the 18-year-old shaved 8 seconds off the existing 200m backstroke record, which she set last year. ...

    Date: 03/02/18

  • Congratulations to Chris Arbuthnott and Laticia-Leigh Transom

    A nineteen-strong aquatics team will represent New Zealand at the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games, announced today at the Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre by the New Zealand Olympic Committee.

    Date: 22/12/17

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