Wellington High Performance Aquatics are proud to support Wellington swimmer Lewis Clareburt on his journey to the Pan Pacific Championships.
Lewis (pictured with team mate Tommy Wilson) has just completed competing at NZ Opens where he won gold in the 400IM, 200IM, 200 fly and silver in the 400 free. He earned a personal best in two events - the 200IM and the 200 fly.
Currently he is being trained by Doug Frost, Ian Thorpes...
Congratulations to Libby Bradley (Surf Lifesaving) who has been awarded a WHiPA Lloyd Morrison Reaching for the Podium scholarship.
Libby is a member of the 2018 New Zealand Surf Lifesaving Open Squad. She recently won six U19 titles at the 2018 New Zealand Surf Nationals, and four U19 titles at the New Zealand Pool Nationals in September last year.
She has represented New Zealand at the Sanyo Cup in Japan, in the youth team for...
Congratulations to diver Arno Lee, recipient of a WHiPA Lloyd Morrison Aquatic Athlete Scholarship to assist him to compete at the FINA World Junior Diving Championship July 23-29 at Kyiv, Ukraine.
Arno represented New Zealand at the 2015 SSA Pacific School Games, where he won three gold and one silver medal, and the 2016 Australian Elite Junior Championships earning one silver and two bronze medals.
Congratulations to WHiPA Lloyd Morrison Aquatic Athlete Scholarship recipient, swimmer Lewis Clareburt.
Lewis (18) has been with the Capital Swim Club since he first started competitive swimming at 8 years old.
His main event is the 400 Individual Medley, but at New Zealand Age Group Championships 2018 this year he won 8 Age Group Titles over different events, which he did also the previous year as a 17 year old. At this ye...
Congratulations to swimmer Joel Crampton who has been awarded a WHiPA Lloyd Morrison Reaching for the Podium scholarship.
Joel Crampton, 16, currently swims with the Capital Swim Club under coach Gary Hollywood.
Joel has been competing at a national level since he was nine, and has won numerous national titles and more than 30 Wellington records. In his first year at Tawa College he was awarded the Sportsman of the Year and that...
Congratulations to swimmer Julia Borlase who has been awarded a WHiPA Lloyd Morrison Reaching for the Podium scholarship.
Julia Borlase is currently 16 years old and swims with the Pirates Swim Team under coach Steve Francis. She has been swimming competitively for 5 years and was encouraged to join by her sister after she began. Since joining, Julia has found a love for the sport and has gone on to achieve many goals.