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Mon 25 Sep, 2017
2017 Aust State Teams Championships on Fri 22 Sep, 2017 Updated 1 hour ago

Day 1 Afternoon - Events -  1 > 16

Day 2 Morning  -  Events -  17 > 39

Day 2 Afternoon - Events -  40 > 57

Day 3 Morning   -  Events -  58 > 75

Swimmers

13 & 14 year old Females

Bree Anderson  Tasman Nelson Marlborough

Brearna Crawford  Mt. Albert Grammar  Auckland

Info Sheet - 2 days ago
Meet Program - 2 days ago
Program of Events - 3 days ago
Start List - 2 days ago
Event 1 Girls 13-14 50 SC Metre Freestyle - 2 days ago
Event 2 Boys 14-15 50 SC Metre Freestyle - 2 days ago
Event 3 Girls 15-16 50 SC Metre Freestyle - 2 days ago
Event 4 Boys 16-17 50 SC Metre Freestyle - 2 days ago
Event 5 Girls 13-14 400 SC Metre Freestyle - 2 days ago
Event 6 Boys 14-15 400 SC Metre Freestyle - 2 days ago
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Fri 22 Sep, 2017
Head Coach Appointment Pukekohe on Wed 20 Sep, 2017 Updated 2 days ago

 

Pukekohe Swim Club are pleased to announce that following a process, Cameron Stanley has accepted the Head Coaching position with Belgravia and the Club.

Cameron has an extensive background in swimming. He is a multiple national title holder, New Zealand record holder twice (200 back) and represented NZ on the international stage. Last year he won a number of races at the World Masters games, and earlier this year he medalled twice at the 2017 NZ Opens as part of the St Peters relay team.



Fri 22 Sep, 2017
Ace Swimming Club appoints a new Coaching Director on Mon 04 Sep, 2017 Added 2 days ago

Monday, September 4th, 2017

Ace Swimming Club is excited to announce that Paul Dowey, Auckland based HPK Head Coach, is commencing with Ace as their Coaching Director at the start of term 4. Paul says he is looking forward to the challenges and expectations ahead with Ace; he knows the Club’s history and is excited that he will be a part of it. Paul currently leads a team of 11 coaches at HPK with the Club regularly ranked within the top 3 for New Zealand. His passion for swim coaching is spread over nearly 20 years with success being demonstrated many times such as personally training over 25 swimmers who have exceeded 600 FINA in the last three years. Another success was his coaching in Wales, having 44 athletes on the Welsh Development Teams collecting 117 medals at Welsh Age Group level with 8 becoming Welsh Age Group Champions.



Thu 21 Sep, 2017
2017 NZ Secondary School Champs on Fri 15 Sep, 2017 Updated 3 days ago

FINAL Points

Girls

1 Waikato Diocesan School          955
2 Diocesan School For Girls         903
3 Pukekohe High School               374

Boys

1 Tauranga Boys' College              860

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Points After Session 3 - 1 week ago
Points After Session 4 - 1 week ago
Points After Session 5 - Final - 1 week ago
Program - Session 1 - 1 week ago
Program - Session 2 - 1 week ago
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Thu 21 Sep, 2017
2017 Auckland Winter Champs on Fri 08 Sep, 2017 Updated 3 days ago
Poster - 3 weeks ago
Psych Sheets - 3 weeks ago
Psych Sheets - Version 3 - 2 weeks ago
Results - 1 week ago
Session Time Line - Version 2 - 3 weeks ago
TM Entries File - Local - 3 weeks ago
TM Entries File - Vistors - 3 weeks ago
TM Results File - 1 week ago
Top 10 Swimmers by Event - 1 week ago
Top 20 Times by Event - 1 week ago
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Mon 18 Sep, 2017
Lest we Forget to be a Friend on Sat 09 Sep, 2017 Added 6 days ago

This item is not a joke or a giggle, but an item all Canadians can be proud of:

Amazing story of planes headed to U.S. on 9/11

A tribute to fine people “Newfies” was recently viewed by a presentation on a Broadway theatre with the production of “Come from Away”

The hospitality and generosity wasn’t just shown to Americans but passengers on planes coming from many other countries heading for the US. I believe the production it is still playing in Manhattan



Fri 15 Sep, 2017
Why Railroad Tracks are this Wide 1 week ago

Railroad Tracks

The U.S. Standard railroad gauge (distance between the rails) is 4 feet, 8.5 inches.

That’s an exceedingly odd number.

Why was that gauge used?

Because that’s the way they built them in England, and English expatriates designed the U.S. Railroads.

Why did the English build them like that?

Because the first rail lines were built by the same people who built the pre-railroad tramways, and that’s the gauge they used.


Thu 14 Sep, 2017
2017 Counties Winter Leaque - Round 4 on Sat 28 Oct, 2017 Updated 1 week ago

Mangere Pool Warm-up 7-45 pm Start 8-00 pm

Draw & Duties V2 - 1 week ago


Thu 14 Sep, 2017
2017 Counties Dolphin Leaque - Round 4 on Sat 28 Oct, 2017 Updated 1 week ago

Mangere Pool Warm-up 7-00 pm Start 7-15 pm

Draw & Duties - 1 week ago


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