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Dive into the world of swimming

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Dive into Water

Discover the Benefits of Swimming for Children and Teenagers

Swimming is a fun and healthy activity that offers numerous benefits for children and teenagers. It helps improve cardiovascular fitness, build strength and endurance, enhance flexibility, and promote overall well-being.

Build Confidence

Swimming provides a supportive and encouraging environment that helps children and teenagers build confidence.

Stay Active

Swimming is a great way for children and teenagers to stay active and maintain a healthy lifestyle.

Dive from Starting Blocks

Discover Our Training Programs

We offer a variety of swimming programs for different age groups and skill levels.

Stay informed about the next meet

Our swimming programs are designed to cater to the needs of swimmers of all ages and skill levels.

Professionals Trainers & Coaches

Experience the joy of swimming with our expert instructors and supportive community.

Meet Our Coach:
Glen Findlay

Originally from Greymouth, Findlay started swimming at AquaGym after moving to Christchurch aged 14.

The club had Olympic swimmer Brett Naylor as coach and a strong squad including another former Olympian Anna Simcic.​

After he finished swimming competitively, Findlay became assistant coach to Naylor before eventually taking over as head coach. He was responsible for the development of of swim programs for over 400 swimmers between 1992 and 1998.

"I think initially it's about assessing where the swimmers are at technically, physiologically and mentally and getting to know everyone...the basics before we look at any sort of significant structural change. But we're making a lot of changes initially as we go through technique and the way we're training and how the squads work."

Freestyle Swimmer

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