Pukekohe swimmer to represent New Zealand



Zac Dell has been selected to swim at Australian SC champs in September as part of the New Zealand representative team.

Following his five gold medals at New Zealand Short Course champs recently, Zac has been chosen to be part of the 20 member strong team who will be swimming at the age group champs, and he is excited and delighted with his selection.
“This is a great opportunity for Zac, to compete at a major event. To be selected to be part of the New Zealand team is a huge achievement,” says Head Coach, Sue Cheyne.
Pukekohe Swimming Club has also had five swimmers and their coach, Sue Cheyne, selected for Swimming New Zealand development camps. The goal of these camps is to prepare swimmers for National senior teams and will be focusing on training programmes, development of skills and discipline.
Zac Dell, Kevin Qiao, Kiana Swain and Rebecca Cheyne have been selected to attend the Swimming New Zealand age group development camp at the Millennium Centre in September, while Abi Chapman has been selected to attend the SNZ Distance Camp in Rotorua, which is also in September. Tavarnya Howe was picked for the SNZ Junior Camp in June, which shows Pukekohe Swimming Club has great range of swimmers coming through the squads. The Pukekohe Swimming Club are delighted with the squads selection and say this is a result of hard work and continued effort, putting their swimmers amongst the fastest age group swimmers in New Zealand.

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