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Lloyd Elsmore Pool Warm-up 6-45 pm - Start 7-00 pmDraw & Duties NEW - 18 hours ago
Daniel HUNTER Had Great Two Days - 7th 100m Freestyle Heats Time (47.79) AND 6th Final Time (47.45)
8th = But 9th= Qualifier in the 50m Freestyle (21.73) Heats
10th Qualifier im the 50m Backstroke (25.53)
Event 12 - Mens 50m Freestyle - Heat Results - 5 days ago
It is with great sadness, lots of tears and an equal amount of hugs, that I told my squad last night that I will be leaving. I have had an awesome team of swimmers and coaches, over the 17 years I have been at PSC. I am so proud of all that they have achieved.
I have made some great friends, had some fantastic and challenging experiences that have been part of an incredible journey.
The New Zealand swim team completed their campaign at the 17th FINA World Championships in Budapest.
Waikato’s Bradlee Ashby (Fairfield club) was close to his personal best in the gruelling 400m individual medley, timed at 4:20.54 to be 23 fastest in the heats.
He would have needed to be nearly three seconds under the national record to make the final, in what is his back-up event.
Fractions proved the difference for two New Zealand swimmers chasing semifinals on the penultimate day of the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.
Backstroke junior world champion Gabrielle Fa’amausili, 17, in her first elite world championships, clocked 25.38s to be 24th fastest from 87 starters in heats of the 50m freestyle. The talented United club swimmer from Auckland has swum 0.3s fastest which would have been enough to climb inside the top 16 for the semifinals.
There were no additions to New Zealand swimmers qualifying for semifinals and finals on day six of the FINA World Swimming Championships in Budapest.
Queensland-based Emma Robinson, from the Capital club, was 22nd fastest in heats of the 800m freestyle from 38 starters, headed by world record holder and Olympic champion Katie Ledecky.
Robinson was outside her personal best with a 8:44.87 effort, and not able to produce the same level as her strong PB in the 1500m freestyle earlier in the week.