Welcome to Tawa Swimming Club
26 September 2016
Good luck to our team of 12 swimmers heading to Auckland next week (2-6 October) to compete in the New Zealand Short Course Championships! We are proud of your efforts and know you will represent us well. Our swimmers are Joel, Justin, Sarah, Katie H, Cerys, Lachlan, Chelsea, Louis, Shavendra, Katie T, Danika and Elisia.
School holiday timetable: No swimming for Club Night/Afternoon sessions or Rebels/Vipers.Training recommences Monday 10 October.
Future Stars, Rising Stars, Junior Development, Development and Performance squads have training during the first week of school holidays, then a 2-week training blackout. Training recommences Monday 17 October.
Wow! Go Mary! From NZ Herald, 10 Sept - Vision impaired swimmer Mary Fisher led the way for New Zealand, not only winning gold in the women's 100m backstroke S11 but also doing it in a world record time of 1:17.96m, winning by more than two seconds.
September Club newsletter.
Swimming Wellington has released the 2017 Calendar, availble on the Meet Information page.
Congratulations, and thanks for all your efforts, our 2 new Regional Inspectors of Turns (IOTs) - Chris Gianos and Clyde Rolston - and new National IOT Greg Cooper. Chris, Clyde and Greg were assessed for these qualifications at the recent SW Wellington Winter Champs. Thanks also to Hugh Allan, who supports and mentors our Technical Officials.
Wellington Winter Champs
Medal table at completion of 6 sessions. Tawa placed 5th overall and 5th in 12&Under. Congratulations to all our medal winners! And well done to all the swimmers who PB'd too.
|Joel Crampton||14yrs 200Back
|Elisia Wong||13yrs 200Breast||
|Shavendra Somaweera||16-17yrs 200Breast||16-17yrs 100Breast||2|
|Matthew Cooper||12yrs 100IM
|Renee Luo||12yrs 50Breast||1|
|Danika Viskovic||12-13yrs 400IM
|Chelsea Parker||15yrs 50Breast