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January Swim Star of the Month Awards

Well done to the following Nunawading Junior Swimmers who were awarded Swim Star of the Month awards for the month of January State Junior Squads: Charlie Lawson from Tintern Junior Squads: Tayah O’Dell from Wesley Hanson Squads: Alice Zhu Each month the winners of the Swim Star awards receive a special Swim Star cap from […]

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Nunawading Success at 2013 Victorian Sprint Championships

Congratulations to the Nunawading team who competed at the 2013 Victorian Sprint Championships over the weekend. Swimmers competed over 50m in all four strokes with the top ten from the Saturday heats moving through to the finals on Sunday. Racing was fast in the finals session on Sunday with many a race decided by a […]

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Club Records at Vic Sprints

Well done to the following Nunawading swimmers that broke Club records at Victorian Sprint Championships last weekend at MSAC Female 13/14 Yrs 50 Butterfly Old Record: Alanis Olesch-Byrne 29.27 MSAC 13/2/11 New Record: Elly-Rose Martin 28.99 MSAC 16/2/13 Female 15/16 Yrs 50 Breaststroke Old Record: Kimberely Chanter 33.86 MSAC 30/1/06 New Record: Stephanie Moore 33.40 […]

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Nuna Hits Magic 100

At the Victorian Sprint Championships to be conducted at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre tomorrow morning, Nunawading has exactly 100 final swims during the program. After a great day of racing today swimmers have made finals in all age groups with up to four finalists in some events. Best wishes from everyone at the […]

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Australian Open Water Championships

Over the weekend of the 9th + 10th February, six Nuna athletes traveled to sunny NSW for the Australian Open Water Championships. Despite the recent heavy rains the location was magic, with beautiful views over Lake Macquarie, plenty of sunshine and clear clean water. There we significantly more athletes participating this year and in every […]

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Sarah Gives A Bit Back

SWIMMING champion Sarah Katsoulis was back in the Milton Ulladulla region last week, and sharing her skills and experience with the region’s promising young swimmers. Originally from Milton, the Commonwealth Games bronze medallist followed her coach Rowan Taylor to Melbourne in 2001 as a promising 16-year-old breaststroker. Now a veteran of the Australian swimming team […]

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Swim Club Success – 10 Years On

The Nunawading Swimming Club has been seen as a leader in the sport of swimming for many years. In February 2003, the Club’s CEO Gary Barclay was appointed to oversee the business and swimming performance of the Club and under his leadership, the Club has moved from an amateur swimming club to a professional not-for-profit […]

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