Swimming Clubs for Kids

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Northern Arena
Northern Arena established in 2010 is a ground breaking and unique learn to swim and fitness centre in Silverdale, Auckland. Northern Arena is a world class private family fitness centre with a combination of swimming pools, gym, group fitness classes, functional training and expert staff located on the North Shore of Auckland, just 20 minutes drive from the Auckland Harbour Bridge. We pride ourselves on delivering a standard of excellence in Swim teaching and fitness guidance unmatched by any ...
Mount Wellington Swimming Club was established in 1970 following the opening of the Swimarama Pool Complex (Now Lagoon Leisure Complex) on 20 December 1969. The Club runs a coaching and training programme covering ‘Age Group’ and ‘Junior’ competitive swimmers and swimmers swimming for fitness, under the direction of Senior Coach Henry Chan and Development Coach Jim Floerchinger. Swimmers must be able to swim competently to be eligible to join the club. MISSION STATEMENT Mount Wellington ...
SwimMagic Swim Schools
SwimMagic is New Zealand's largest and fastest growing swim school, introducing children to the amazing world of water and supporting them using a structured program to develop through their baby, Pre school, School age and Squad years. Choose SwimMagic because we have: - Passionate and fun teachers - Experienced and qualified teachers - Warm and friendly environments - 9 sites nationwide (4 Auckland facilities; 1 Whangarei facility, 2 Palmerston North facilities, 2 Nelson facilities) - ...
Roskill Swim Club
The Roskill Swim Club offers its members highly competitive, affordable and easily accessible programmes that cater for all levels of swimmer from novice through to Olympian. Roskill Swim Club provides for both the competitive and non-competitive swimmer through junior, youth and high performance squads as well as programs for multi-sporters and water-polo athletes. Our home pool is Cameron Pools in Mount Roskill, with some of our squads also swimming out of Avondale Intermediate School.
Sport New Zealand was established as a Crown entity on 1 January 2003 under the Sport and Recreation New Zealand Act 2002. Sport NZ's purpose is to 'promote, encourage and support physical recreation and sport in New Zealand'. Sport NZ's objectives include 'creating a world-leading sports system at all levels - from grass roots to high performance - which will encourage more Kiwis to participate, and reap the benefits of a life-long involvement in sport'. Find out more about Sport NZ at our website. ...
Swim Rotorua are the only Swimming New Zealand and Swimming Bay of Plenty affiliated club in Rotorua. Swim Rotorua are always happy to welcome new members. Whether you want to improve your style, train for school competitions, water polo or triathlons or swim at the olympics we have a program to help you. Our first session is no charge so come along and see how we can help you
Papakura Swimming Club
Papakura swimming is a competitive club with levels to suit all swimmers 8 years and older. We have a multi-sport level that allows you to do other sports. The head coach Shaun Foley is bronze medalist in 200 Im in 1999 world wheelchair games. Shaun loves swimming and helping all swimmers reach their goals. We are based out of Massey park pool and Rosehill college in papakura.
Wharenui Swim club has been here for over 70 years and we teach water confidence and swimming lessons to all ages. We are one of the top Coaching Clubs in New Zealand and have an excellent record of achievement within our club members Our Learn to Swim programme runs after school each day and mornings in the weekends Squads train up to 10 times per week under our Coach martin Harris
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