October 30, 2014

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2014 Nunawading Long Course Meet

The 2014 Nunawading Long Course meet will be held on Saturday 15th November 2014 at MSAC Entries for this meet are now closed The meet will take place in the outdoor pool Doors open: 7.10am AM Session starts: 7.50am PM Session start: TBC Athlete roster (current to Tuesday 28th October 2014)- Please send any corrections [...]

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October 29, 2014

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Board Monthly Update October 2014

At the October Board meeting Tim Keating was welcomed to his first meeting and President Carmen Boldt thanked him for taking on the position of Treasurer. At the meeting, the President: Congratulated all those involved with the Victorian Age Short Course Championships. The club finishing 2nd overall in the point score. Mentioned that the Club [...]

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October 28, 2014

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Julia Selected for FINA Youth Program

  Nunawading athlete Julia Hawkins has been selected to represent Swimming Australia at the first FINA Youth Program which will take place during the 12th FINA World Short Course Swimming Championships from the 3rd – 7th December in Doha. The Youth Program, which will see approximately 350 swimmers between the ages of 14 and 16 [...]

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October 28, 2014

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Hypoxic Training

In October 2014, the Australian Swimming Coaches and Teaches Association (ASCTA) and Swimming Australia Ltd (SAL), identified risks revolving around the practice of Hypoxic Training.  ASCTA and SAL have jointly formulated strict guidelines on any such activity and Nunawading Swimming Club supports these guidelines. Nunawading Swimming Club agrees that hypoxic training: – Has NO place in [...]

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October 28, 2014

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2014/15 Club Captains Named

Nunawading Swimming Club is pleased to announced that Belinda Hocking and Travis Mahoney have been named Club Captains for the 2014/15 season. Both Belinda and Travis have proven themselves to be leaders in and out of the pool over the last few years and the Club is certain that they will continue to provide positive [...]

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October 22, 2014

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Nuna Hoodie Orders

Nunawading Swimming Club, along with our major supporter Brand Smart, are offering a brand new hoodie for members and Club supporters to purchase. At just $50, and with delivery expected in mid December, the hoodies will make ideal christmas presents for all Nunawading swimmers. All members who are interested in purchasing a hoodie are asked [...]

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October 21, 2014

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Congratulations Mark

  In the last few days Nunawading technical official and parent of 3 girls in the Club, Mark Laidlaw was awarded the qualification of State Referee by Swimming Victoria. Mark has been recognised as an up and coming referee in Victoria and we congratulate him on his achievement. Mark began his involvement as a technical [...]

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October 17, 2014

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Nunawading named Whitehorse Club of the Year

Nunawading Swimming Club picked up 3 awards at the 2014 Whitehorse Sports Awards on Wednesday night. The Club claimed the title of ”Club of the Year”, Commonwealth Games gold medalist Belinda Hocking was named ”Athlete of the Year” and High Performance Coach Rohan Taylor was named ”Coach of the Year”. President Carmen Boldt, along with [...]

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October 14, 2014

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Success at 2014 Metro East 7-10′s Selection Trials

  It was great to see so many 7 to 10 year olds competing at the Metro East 7 – 10 Selection Trials at Aqualink Nunawading last Sunday 12th October 2014. Congratulations to all of those who competed and a big thank you to the coaches for doing a wonderful job coaching all the swimmers. [...]

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October 14, 2014

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MS Mega Swim Wrap Up

  Nuna Youth have finished their 5th Mega Swim in style, fundraising a total of $26,273 for MS Australia’s Go for Gold Scholarships program. This year’s swim saw 24 athletes from the Nuna Youth Squad (with a few special guests from the National Age Squad) participate in two teams – the Platypus and the Narwhals. [...]

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