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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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Victorian Open Swimming Champions

Nunawading Swimming Club has been named the Champion Open Club following the 2012 Victorian Open Swimming Championships held at Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre last week. Following a strong performance over the 3 day meet, the title of Champion Open Club came down to the last two events which were both relays.  It was a […]

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Nunawading Swimmers Successful

Nunawading Swimming Club has enjoyed a week of success at the 2012 Victorian Age Swimming Championships held last week at the Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre. At the Championships, the Club’s swimmers won 67 medals including 25 gold, 22 silver and 20 bronze in an outstanding display of speed swimming. The Club finished in second […]

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Klim Back in the Swim

Sydney 2000 Olympic Gold Medallist Michael Klim had his first competitive swim in 4 ½ years at the Melbourne Sports & Aquatic Centre last week and he showed his opposition that he will be a force to contend with at the Olympic Swimming Trials next year. Klim, who is a member of the Nunawading Swimming […]

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