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Nunawading Success at Victorian Open Championships

Nunawading swimmers have capped off a great Victorian State Championships campaign with fantastic results at last weekend’s Victorian Open Championships. Over three days of competition the team won an impressive 15 gold, 16 silver and 9 bronze medals. At the conclusion of the meet, Nunawading was presented with the Itoman Trophy for the highest point […]

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New Club Records set at Victorian Age Championships

Congratulations to the following swimmers who broke Nunawading Swimming Club records at the recent Victorian Age State Championships Female 15/16 Years 100 Freestyle Old Record: Karly Mansfield 57.86 MSAC 18/12/11 New Record: Stephanie Moore 57.44 MSAC 18/12/12 Male 15/16 Years 200 Backstroke Old Record:Simon Beqir/Nicholas Groenewald 2.08.93  16/1/90/ 1/12/12 New Record: Nicholas Groenewald 2.05.13 MSAC […]

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Nuna Swimmers Fire at Victorian Age Championships

Nunawading swimmers performed extremely well at the recent Victorian Age Championships at MSAC. The Club won a total of 90 medals with 30 gold, 28 silver and 32 bronze, compared with 56 medals won last year. Medal winners on all 6 nights are provided below: Day 1: Gold: Kate Laidlaw 14-15yrs 800 free, Eliza Ham […]

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Victorian Age Championships Wrap-Up

Nunawading finished the Victorian Age Championships in second place. A great effort from all swimmers and coaches involved. It was great to see so many Nunawading swimmers swimming PB’s and making finals. The club managed to win medals in all bar one of the relay events. A fantastic result! The support in the stands from […]

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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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