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July 2017 Club Records

Congratulations to the following Nunawading athletes who broke Club records in July 2017. Short Course Records All Pools Male 9/10 Years 100m Individual Medley Old Record: Nicholas Groenewald 1:17.80 MSAC 18/8/2007 New Record: Une Geisler 1:16.67 MSAC 22/7/2017 Male 9/10 Years 100m Freestyle Old Record: Ernest Chow 1:07.70 MSAC 31/8/2013 New Record: Une Geisler 1:06.61 […]

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2017 US Open

Nunawading athletes Kaz Boskovic and Bowen Gough travelled to the USA last week to compete in the 2017 US Open. The meet was held in New York and ran from Wednesday 2nd – Sunday 6th August. The boys had a fantastic meet gaining some valuable racing experience against some of the USA’s top swimmers. Bowen won the […]

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2017 FINA World Championships

  Day 2: Jess Hansen was the first Nuna athlete to kick off her 2017 World Championships campaign on day 2 of the meet. Jess swam a solid heat swim of 1:07.12 progressing her into the semi-final. In the semi-final she finished 13th overall in a time of 1:07.21, a fantastic effort at her first […]

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NSC Board Monthly Update July 2017

The Nunawading Swimming Club AGM is coming up on Tuesday 15 August 2017 at 8:00pm in the Clubrooms. All members aged 16 years and over are invited to attend. More information is available at NSC AGM. Over the month we welcomed many new swimmers to the Club.  A huge welcome goes to: Taylan Simsek, Ethan Qian, […]

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2017 Swimming Victoria Awards

The 2017 Swimming Victoria awards were held on Sunday 23rd July with Nunawading taking out a number of the major awards. Nunawading was awarded both the Male and Female Victorian Premier award and took out the number one Club in the Top 10 Club award for combined results at Age and Open State Championships. The […]

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2017 Deaflympics

  The 2017 Deaflympics get underway today 20th July in Samsun, Turkey. Nunawading would like to wish Alex Kirchner the best of luck who will be competing at the event. Alex is joined by coach Mel Klamt as well as Alex’s dad Brent who is supporting the team as team manager. The games which will run […]

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2017 Commonwealth Youth Games

  Good luck to Sophie Caldwell who is currently in the Bahamas for the 2017 Commonwealth Youth Games, along with Nunawading Head Coach Dean Bryant who was selected as a Team Coach for the trip. The Games, which run from 19th-22nd July, involve athletes from 70 countries aged 14-18 years competing in 9 different sports. […]

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