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23 May 2024 3:16
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  •   Home > News > Sports > Swimming

    Lewis Clareburt's easily won the national 200 metres butterfly title with a time of one minute 57.06, at the nationals in Hastings

    Lewis Clareburt's easily won the national 200 metres butterfly title with a time of one minute 57.06, at the nationals in Hastings


    Cameron Gray's won the men's 100 metres final after clocking a national record and qualifying for the Olympics this morning.

    Erika Fairweather's taken silver in the 100 metres women's freestyle final behind Laticia-Leigh Transom.

    Kane Follows has won the men's 200 metres backstroke final with Clareburt second.

    © 2024 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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