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The Doctor on a Mission

At AUT Millennium it’s not uncommon to be surrounded by elite athletes, however there are plenty of high-class athletes in the building who might...

Staff Showcase: Vicki

Vicki began teaching for the swim school in 2013, since then she has been trained across all of our levels. When she’s not in...

Athlete Blog: Tracey Lambrechs – World Champs Recap & 2016 Plans

I hope that the beginning of the year has been productive and full of goodness! The beginning of 2016 has been a challenging one for...

Tracey Lambrechs 2015 Houston IWF World Weightlifting Championships

Tracey Lambrechs is a NorthSport Olympic Weightlifting and New Zealand weightlifting athlete, as well as being an AUT Millennium Scholarship Athlete. Find out a little...

In sickness and in health – making exercise a lifetime partner

Visitors to a special corner of AUT Millennium are using a powerful combination of medical and fitness expertise to help maximise their health in...

Golden performance for NZ swimmer at Youth Commonwealth Games

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=B2Wk-Md_Gkg The North Shore has another young sports star after Wilrich Coetzee’s double gold medal performance at the Youth Commonwealth Games in Samoa. The 18 year old...

National Aquatic Centre a boost for North Harbour Water Polo

North Harbour Water Polo Club is one the largest and most successful club in New Zealand, winning regular national titles at age group, junior...

Spotlight on Ben Titford – Personal Trainer

How did you get into personal training? The idea occurred to me when I was about 16. I loved the idea of helping people improve...

Water Babies and Toddlers: The different types of reflexes

Last month was a busy month with the focus on our staff development. We sent four senior teachers to Rotorua for the Swimming New...

Should you swim during winter?

Most people begin to learn to swim in summer as the weather improves and gets warmer and people spend more time at beaches, lakes...

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Lessons from A Silver Fern

Guest Contribution: Anna Harrison - New Zealand Netballer. Another big year of Northern Mystics and New Zealand Silver Fern Netball commitments has come to an...

Everyday Champion: Rachel Clarke

“It really starts to hurt at around 35km. You can see the land but it’s not getting any closer.” If you’ve never tried ocean paddling...

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