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Nunawading Club Captain, Jess Hansen holding 2018 Premier Club trophy

2018 Victorian Open Championships

The 2018 Victorian Open Championships saw some of Australia’s best swimmers go head to head at MSAC, over the weekend. The three-day competition boasted a line-up of Olympic and Paralympic stars and provided vital race practice in the lead up to the Commonwealth Games Swimming trials to be held in February. This line-up included Nunawading’s […]

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Club Records November and December 2017

  Congratulations to the following swimmers who broke Club Records in November and December 2017. Long Course Records All Pools 2018 Victorian Sprints Championship 18th – 19th November 2017 Female 11/12 Years 50m Backstroke Old Record: Kate Laidlaw 33.30 MSAC 19/12/2009 New Record: Isabella Boyd 33.27 MSAC 19/11/2017 Female 11/12 Years 50m Butterfly Old Record: […]

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2018 Pacific School Games

The 10th Pacific School Games were held in Adelaide between 4th-9th December 2017 and Nunawading had a big group of swimmers represent Victoria at the meet. Congratulations to Ryan Bicknell, Cade Cavanagh, Andrea Chow, Ernest Chow, Morgan Dendle, Joyceta Giri, Asaph Hoi, Ronan Keating, Angela Liu, Sienna Reidy, Reidel Smith, Brendon Smith, Hudson Ward and […]

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2017 Queensland State Championships

While our age group swimmers are competing at MSAC, Nunawading’s Open swimmers are in Brisbane at the 2017 Queensland State Championships. This meet offers the group important race practice against many of the countries best swimmers as they head towards Commonwealth Games trials in February. Jess Hansen and Bowen Gough were the standouts for the […]

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2018 Victorian Age Championships

  Meet summary The 2018 Victorian Age Championships concluded at MSAC on Friday night, and what a great meet it was for the Nunawading team. At the end of 6 days of competition, Nunawading was named Victorian Age Championship Club topping the point score with an impressive 3598 points, 1516 points ahead of second placed […]

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NSC Board Monthly Update November 2017

The Nunawading Swimming Club Board met in early November for their monthly meeting. At the meeting, the President Matt Gurrie presented the following in his report. Congratulations to Sarah Scott on her appointment as Nunawading Swimming Club Head Junior Coach. The Australian Short Course Championships were a great success. Congratulations to all swimmers and High Performance […]

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2017 victorian sprint championships

2017 Victorian Sprint Championships

Nunawading’s swimmers had a great weekend of racing at the 2017 Victorian Sprint Championships, held at MSAC.  Nuna athletes from Junior, State Age, State Youth, National Age Development and National Red squads revelled in the opportunity to race some of Victoria’s best swimmers, with many new PB’s achieved and plenty of finals swims. At the conclusion of the meet, the Nunawading team came […]

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