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  •   Home > News > Sports > Swimming

    Lewis Clareburt will spearhead a seven strong New Zealand Swim squad for the Tokyo Olympics

    Lewis Clareburt will spearhead a seven strong New Zealand Swim squad for the Tokyo Olympics


    The Commonwealth Games and world championship bronze medallist in the 400 metre medley will also compete in the 200.

    Clareburt says he did the selection time over two years ago but could never say he was on the team until now.



    Erika Fairweather, Zac Reid, Eve Thomas, Hayley McIntosh, Ali Galyer and Carina Doyle complete the squad.

    © 2022 Newstalk ZB, NZCity

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