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Swimming

Swimming is an exciting individual and team sport as well as a technical and specialized activity. Most of our swimmers are affiliated with local swimming clubs throughout Auckland and compete at local, national and international levels.

Contact

Sports Office
Email Sport
09 415 9566 Ext 2385

Season/Competition

Kristin School has three Swimming Sports days early in Term 1: Junior School, Year 7-8 and Year 9-13. From these events, the top swimmers are chosen to represent the school at the North Harbour and Auckland Championships. Kristin swimmers are affiliated with local clubs and train with their club.

Uniform

School togs and cap. The school tracksuit is compulsory for all students in school sports teams. Students are expected to arrive at all sporting events in their tracksuit.

Cost

Swim meet entry.

Important Dates 2017

Kristin School Year 7-8 Swimming Champs 14 February
Kristin School Year 9-13 Swimming Champs 9 February
Kristin Junior School Swimming Champs 15 February
North Harbour Secondary Schools 6 March
North Harbour Intermediate Schools' Zone Day TBA
Inter-Zone Intermediate Schools' Swimming Champs 6 April
Northern Primary School Swimming Champs 7 April
Auckland Secondary Schools' Champions of Champions 21 March
North Island Secondary Schools' Championships 13 May
Auckland Secondary Schools' Individual Championships TBA
New Zealand Secondary Schools' Swimming Championships 15-17 September

 

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