The 2016 State Teams Age Short Course Championships Teams have now been selected and Wellington has 3 representatives; Sophie Irving - Capital, Ruby Heath - SwimZone Racing and George Dorrington - Karori Pirates.
View this month's Active Wellington newsletter which features an article about the Mayors function the Swimming Wellington TiD Squad attended last Thusday
American Jerry Olszewski will become Swimming New Zealand’s new national head coach, taking up the role in September. He will take over from Clive Power, who has been the acting head coach for the past year. Olszewski has been coaching at the top club level in the USA for more than 25 years, developing young swimmers to Olympics and national teams. He has also had considerable experience in the business of swim coaching, administration and organisation.
Sport Wellington in partnership with Wellington High Performance Aquatics is excited to have Wayne Goldsmith in Wellington again to present a workshop targeting parents, coaches and athletes on identifying and developing talent, and how to produce winning performances. The workshop is titled Developing Talent.
There is just no stopping Mary Fisher who picked up the Hutt-Mana Charitable Trust Disabled/Special Athlete of the Year. Congratulations Mary you're unstoppable. Jenny Fisher receiving Mary's award on her behalf. Article supplied by Hutt City Council