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Groenewald wins Whitehorse Junior Sports Person of the Year

  Nunawading Swimming Club’s Nicholas Groenewald has been named the City of Whitehorse Junior Sports Person of the Year at the annual presentation of awards held last week. The award was presented to Nic by TV personality and 3 time Olympian Nicole Livingstone. Nicholas wins the award following an outstanding meet at the Australian Age […]

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Four Nuna Swimmers on Australian Team

Four Nunawading Swimming Club members have been selected in the Australian Swimming Team to compete at the 2012 World Short Course Championships in Turkey in December. The Australian team was announced following the five days of competition at the EnergyAustralia Short Course Swimming Championships in Perth last week and includes 2008 Olympian Ashley Delaney, 2010 […]

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Nunawading Swimmers Blitz at State Championships

Nunawading Swimming Club’s age group swimmers have excelled at the 2012 Victorian Age Short Course Swimming Championships held last week. Over the three days and nights of competition Nunawading swimmers competed exceptionally well with the club winning the Boys point score and taking 2nd place in the Girls and Overall point scores  The Club’s swimmers […]

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Nunawading Wins Junior Award

Nunawading Swimming Club has been recognised by Swimming Australia and the Australian Swim Coaches and Teachers Association (ascta) for the most swimmers achieving Swimming Australia Junior Excellence (JX) standards for the 2011/12 swimming season. The award, which was confirmed last week by ascta recognises that the club had a record 132 swimmers achieve JX Awards […]

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Groenewald Leads Nuna Team at Age Champs

Nunawading Swimming Club’s Nic Groenewald has completed an outstanding meet at the Australian Age Swimming Championships which finished in Brisbane last week. Groenewald won six gold medals and one bronze medal in individual events and was a part of relay teams that also won one silver and one bronze medal.  He was named Australian Champion […]

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Olympic Coach Commits to Nunawading to 2016

2008 Olympic Coach Rohan Taylor has signed a 4 year contract to lead the Nunawading Swimming Club in high performance swimming through to October 2016. Taylor, who will continue in the position of High Performance Coach, will take on a more involved leadership role with access to and influence over the Club’s top age group […]

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Head Coach Re-Signs with Nuna Swim Club

Nunawading Swimming Club has announced the re-signing of its Head Coach Amanda Isaac and Head Age Coach Dean Bryant for 4 years, through to 2016. Following very strong performances by Nunawading swimmers over the past 4 years in both the Age and Open programs, both coaches are excited about the foundation the Club has established […]

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