2017 Victorian Open Championships

The 2017 Victorian Open Championships beings today, Friday 20th January 2017, at MSAC and continues through till Sunday. Heats and finals are being streamed LIVE on the Swimming Victoria Facebook page Finals will also be broadcast live each evening on channel 31. Heats begin at 9.00am and finals at 6.00pm so make sure you tune […]

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Big Year for Nuna, Out of the Pool

While the focus of the Club has been on swimming throughout the year, there have been many Nunawading parents and supporters who have been working very hard behind and scenes and at the coalface of events. At the risk of missing anybody, we would like to thank each and every member who contributed throughout the […]

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December 2016 Club Records

Congratulations to the following swimmers who broke Nunawading Club Records during the 2017 Victorian Age LC Championships, 10-15 December 2016 Long Course Records All Pools Male 17/18 Years 50m Freestyle Old Record: Andrew Dyson 23.38 Sydney 11/1/2001 New Record: Caiden Gill 23.15 MSAC 10/12/2016 Male 15/16 Years 100m Breaststroke Old Record: Jack Laidlaw 1:06.22 MSAC […]

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2017 Victorian Age Championships

  The 2017 Victorian Age Swimming Championships have been swum and the Nunawading team was victorious in winning the point score for the age group section of the meet.  Over 6 days, 119 Nunawading swimmers competed for the Club in individual and relay events with many PB’s, new National times and medals won.  The Club […]

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2016 FINA World Short Course Championships

The stage is set for the 13th FINA World Short Course Championships in chilly Windsor, Canada. The championships kick off 9:30am Tuesday 6th (Canadian time) and will conclude Sunday 11th December.   Nunawading’s own Jessica Hansen will be representing Australia as part of a 19 strong Dolphins team at the Championships. Jess will be making her first International debut […]

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2016 Nunawading Swimming Club Christmas Party

The 2016 Nunawading Christmas Party was held last Friday 2nd December with over 400 swimmers and their families attending. The night was a great success with a delicious spit roast served up to all in attendance, a lolly bar for the kids and giant yard games for everyone to play. Even Santa was in attendance […]

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Rohan Taylor is New State Head Coach (Vic & Tas)

Swimming Australia (SAL) has announced today that Nunawading Coaching Director and Olympic coach Rohan Taylor has accepted the SAL role of State Head Coach (Victoria & Tasmania) and will commence in early January 2017. This is a key role in SALs new strategy for high performance and one of four nation-wide appointments. Wayne Lomas, General […]

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