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2019 Term 1 Class Schedule Changes
Fri April 5 - all classes/squads cancelled due to Nationals
Sat April 6 - all classes/squads cancelled due to Nationals
Please note the below time changes to Saturday classes on the following dates when there is a swim meet - Feb 23 & March 9
Grade 1/2 - now 2-2.30pm (usually 10-10.30 or 11-11.30)
Grade 3/4 - now 1-2pm (usually 11-12)
Intermediate - now 1-2pm (usually 11.30-12.30)
Beg Kids 12+ - now 2-3pm (usually 10-11)
Masters - now 2-3pm
D Squad -8-10am (please come as usual at 7.30am to warm up as pool is first)
A Squad - 1-3pm (usually 10-12)
C Squad - 7-11am
T Squad - 12-2pm
2019 MAIN EVENTS
(please be aware some event dates may change slightly)
SKILLS LEVEL 1 SERIES - West Wave - March 30
NZ NATIONAL OPEN & JUNIOR ELITE CHAMPS - West Wave - April 5-7
AUCKLAND SECONDARY SCHOOL CHAMPS - West Wave - May 23
AUCKLAND REGIONAL CHAMPS - West Wave - June 8-9
WAIKATO CHAMPS - Hamilton - June 22/23
SKILLS LEVEL 1 SERIES - West Wave - June 29 (TBC)
PACIFIC JUNIORS - Wellington - Aug 23-25
AUSTRALIA SCHOOL GAMES - Melbourne - July 27-Aug 2
NZ NATIONAL SKILLS & NZ AGE GP & MASTERS - Hamilton - Oct 18-20
Using Friendly Manager
All new divers will receive a Friendly Manager login and password when you register with Auckland Diving. If you have forgotten your login details please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Use your account to update your details, check your latest grade passed (if applicable), book into classes or squad sessions, review your accounts and many other details relating to your membership.
Get To Know Our Inspirational Senior Divers
Liam capped a stunning year at the Commonwealth Games by being awarded a scholarship to the University of Tennessee. He has already had success at meets in the USA.
Lizzie Cui competed in the 2016 Rio Olympic Games in the 3m event. Coached by Steve Gladding. She was awarded a scholarship to train and study in America at Lousiana State University. She trains 21 hours a week, including strength, water and technical training.
Nathan specialises in 10M platform diving and holds two New Zealand records. Nathan has been diving since he was nine years old and his goal is to attend the Commonwealth Games in 2018.