March 24, 2015

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Club Records February/March 2015

Congratulations to the following swimmers who broke club records in February and March 2015. Long Course Records All Pools Female 8/U 100 Backstroke Old Record: Rebekah Keating  1.37.28 Nunawading 12/11/04 New Record: Hao Betty Geng 1.32.82  MSAC  7/3/15 Female 11/12 Yrs 100 Freestyle Old Record: Julia Hawkins  1.01.92  Nunawading  8/9/12 New Record: Taylah Collins  1.01.42  [...]

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March 20, 2015

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Help get our team to the World Deaf Swimming Championships

Nunawading athletes Sam Greatorex and Alex Kirchner, along with coach Mel Klamt have been selected to represent Australia at the 2015 World Deaf Swimming Championships. The meet, to be held in San Antonio, Texas from 17-22nd August is a fantastic opportunity for the team to represent their country against the best in the world. Attendance [...]

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March 18, 2015

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Bindy named Victorian Female Athlete of the Year

Last night at the Victorian Sports Awards, Nunawading athlete Belinda Hocking was named the Victorian Female Athlete of the Year. In 2014 Bindy represented Australia at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and the Pan Pac Swimming Championships on the Gold Coast, claiming gold medals in the Women’s 200m backstroke at both meets. Her swims throughout [...]

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March 17, 2015

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Ernest Chow and Alex Kirchner take top awards

Congratulations to Nunawading athletes Ernest Chow and Alex Kirchner who were awarded Sporting Blue Awards for Swimming at the Vic School Sport Awards ceremony held at the MCG on 10th March 2015. Both boys were awarded for their efforts at the 2014 School Sport Australia Championships. Ernest Chow won the 11 years 50 and 100 [...]

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March 17, 2015

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National Age Squad in Sydney

Over the weekend the National Age Squad made the pilgrimage to Sydney Olympic Park for the annual NSW National Preparation Meet. This is the first time we have attended the meet which was held over two days at the same venue as the upcoming National Age and Open Championships. With swimmers like James Magnussen, Kenneth [...]

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March 10, 2015

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2015 Tasmanian State Age Championships

The 2015 Tasmanian Age Swimming Championships concluded on Monday night after four days of fantastic swimming by all competitors. In true Nunawading style, the team started the meet strong and finished stronger. The four days of competition saw many new personal best times achieved and a total of 61 finals (this includes A and B [...]

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February 27, 2015

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2015 NSW Open State Championships

Congratulations to the Nunawading National Open Team who have returned from a successful 2015 NSW Open State Championships. With World Championship trials beginning in Sydney on 3rd April, the meet serves as an important platform into the meet to ensure all athletes are at their peak at the meet. A wrap up of the Nunawading [...]

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February 24, 2015

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Nuna swimmers set the pace at Metro East All Junior Trials

Congratulations to the 187 Nunawading swimmers that competed in the 2015 Metro East All Junior Selection trials at Monash Aquatic and Recreation Centre, over the weekend. The day saw some fierce competition and outstanding racing from Nuna swimmers, who competed for the chance to represent Metro East at the Metro All Junior Semi-finals. A big [...]

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February 24, 2015

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Board Monthly Update February 2015

The February Board Meeting was held on Thursday 19 February 2015. At the meeting, the President: Congratulations to Ella Donoghue on her 7th place in the 14 years 5km event at the Australian Age Open Water Swimming Championships in Perth last weekend. Thank you also to Dean Bryant for attending the meet over the weekend. [...]

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February 10, 2015

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2015 Victorian Sprint Championships

The 2015 Victorian Sprint Championships were held over the weekend of 7th-8th February at MSAC with Nunawading Swimming Club showing the State we can compete and succeed over any distance. The Nunawading team claimed 7 gold, 15 silver and 13 bronze medals at the meet with swimmers competing in all 4 strokes over 50m, with [...]

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