National Qualifiers 2015


NZ Junior Championships 2015

Jessica Martin, Connor Farrell, Madison Fuller, Edward Fuller, Louis Fitzjohn, Mia Gardiner, Daniel Harrington, Jacob Browne

NZ Age Group Championships 2015

Tessa Bradley, Libby Bradley, Danielle Waiari, Lucy Happe, Marijke Hattingh, Islah Kerr-Aim, Connor Farrell, Lochlainn O'Connor, Ella Moor, Ella Browne, Keeley Johns, Jessica Martin, Cai Jager

NZ Division II Competition 2015

Libby O'Toole, Lys Game, Kim Cadzow, Jasmine Baggaley

NZ Open Championships 2015

Nathan Capp, Danielle Waiari, Lucy Happe

NZ Short Course Champs 2015

Islah Kerr-Aim, Lucy Happe, Tessa Bradley, Mia Pugh, Ella Moor, Connor Farrell, Dannielle Waiari, Connor Farrell, Libby Bradley, Nathan Capp, Lochlainn O'Connor, Marijke Hattingh, Cai Jager, Ella Browne, Keeley Johns

World Championships 2015

Nathan Capp

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Greerton Furious 50's 12 and under sprint meet results are on the Meets page. Thanks to all swimmers, helpers, officials, pool staff, parents and general supporters for making it a fun, successful day.

Five days of intense NZ championship swimming competition came to end on Saturday at the brand new Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre on Auckland’s North Shore.
Ten swimmers from the Greerton swim team combined to finish 16th on points out of the 70 clubs taking part.
Coach Tai Daniela had the team peaking perfectly as they had a good go at rewriting the Bay of Plenty swimming record books hitting record marks no less than sixteen times along with a staggering personal best percentage in the 90s.
Three swimmers achieved podium places, with Lochlainn O’Connor (14) and Libby Bradley (16) making that visit multiple times and Connor Farrell getting there once.
Despite a large 13 medal haul the team found gold elusive until the final day when O’Connor scorched through the 200m butterfly in 2:11.35 smashing the BOP record in both heats and finals with large winning margins. Just a couple of hours earlier he had already taken another bay record in 100m freestyle heats winning silver in a finals time of 54.79. The Bay 100m butterfly record went the same way in silver (59.67). O’Connor won bronze medals in the 200m freestyle, 100m medley (BOP record 1:02.61) and finally a BOP record 27.90 50m fly when placing 6th in that final.

Libby Bradley began the competition with bronze over the 200m freestyle followed by a 34.34 BOP record setting breaststroke bronze which she reduced to 34.27 in the final. This effort was replicated in the 100m medley with BOP records in heat and final for another bronze. A 50m sprint record in 26.50 secured bronze and just to show her versatility an 800m freestyle medal followed. Hugely satisfying must have been a 57.94 BOP record again securing bronze in the 100m freestyle.
Improving as the competition went on Connor Farrell (13), having placed 5th in the 50m freestyle in a BOP record 26.57 and 4th in the 400m freestyle, found the bronze medal over the 100m freestyle in 57.87 giving the BOP record a scare in the process.
Danielle Waiari (17) sprinted to a new bay record in the 50m butterfly swimming 28.98 in the heats and finished fourth in the final.
Top 10 placing were achieved by Tessa Bradley (15), Ella Browne and Ella Moor (both 15) in the relay combination, Cai Jager (15), Islah Kerr-Aim (15) and Mia Pugh (14). See our Facebook page for more!

06.07 Greerton Winter Meet Results here. Many thanks to all the clubs who participated. Hope you all enoyed the great racing. Top marks again to organizers, officials, parents and all helpers. Big should out to the Delany Team and Meet Directer Alistair Capp. Michael
11.06 Hello Greerton swimmers, officials & administrators

You may have heard that big changes are afoot with a new national database called Stratum being implemented by Swimming New Zealand (SNZ) to keep a record of all swimmers, officials and administrators.  This will be how registration will be completed for the upcoming swimming year from 1 July and how swimmers will enter meets in future.

Some clubs and regions are trialing this new system for their upcoming meets, however we have decided to run our upcoming Greerton Winter Champs on 3-5 July as we have in the past with entries to be placed using the entry envelopes at the pool or emailed to - entries are due by Monday 22 June 6pm please.

The BOP SC Champs at Baywave on 17-19 July will be using online entries (they close on 08/07/15) - this currently open and you can now register your entries. Once you have your login and password you can go to and locate this meet via the Events and then drop down to Events Calendar tab.

Use your login and password at the bottom of the screen Already a Member?

Once logged in, tab across to Events, then drop down to Events Calendar, on Page 2 you will locate the BOP SC Champs. Click on Detail and then enter the Meet.

Please Note: NZ Aims games will also use this online entry process.


Shortly you will be sent a password reset email from SNZ which will enable you to go onto their site and set up login de