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World Short Course Championships

Well done to Nunawading swimmers Ashley Delaney, Sarah Katsoulis, Travis Mahoney and Rachel Goh who competed in the 2012 World Short Course Championships in December. The athletes were joined by high performance coach Rohan Taylor  on the Australian team. All four swimmers had a successful meet with a number of medals being won by the […]

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British Olympian Ellen Gandy changes lanes

by: NICOLE JEFFERY From: The Australian December 04, 2012 12:00AM Ellen Gandy at her Nunawading base yesterday after announcing she will switch allegiances from Britain to Australia. Picture: Stuart Mcevoy Source: The Australian BRITISH Olympic butterfly swimmer and world championships medallist Ellen Gandy has spent five years torn between two countries but has finally decided to call […]

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Satellite Programs Grow from Strength to Strength

Nunawading Swimming Club has taken a giant step forward in recent months with the successful establishment of two Satellite programs in the local area. Satellite swimming programs have been established at the Tintern Girls Grammar swimming pool in Ringwood East and Wesley College swimming pool in High Street Road, Glen Waverley. The programs provide novice, junior […]

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Junior Swimmers Come Out on Top

Nunawading’s junior swimmers have had a day out at the Victorian Metro 7 to 10 Competition at Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre on the weekend winning 37 medals across the individual and relay events. The Club had 38 swimmers who represented the local district at the competition which is held each year and allows 7 […]

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Hocking Joins Nunawading Stable

Dual Olympian Belinda Hocking has selected Nunawading Swimming Club as the place she will call home over the next 4 years as she trains for the 2016 Olympics. Hocking has confirmed that she will join the Club in the next couple of weeks to train under the guidance of the Club’s High Performance and 2008 […]

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Nunawading Swimmers medal at Beijing World Cup

Nunawading’s Rachel Goh is staking her claim on the backstroke events at the FINA World Cup Series taking her total backstroke victories up to ten with her latest win in Beijing. Goh was too strong for the rest of the field in the 100m backstroke final, stopping the clock at 57.07. This follows up her […]

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