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Congratulations to the 2018 Project 2022 Squad

 Women: Melanie Cooke (Trident); Kirsten de Goede (Seagulls); Paige Brombacher (Seals - absent from picture); Tori Oliver (Action); Megan Tully (Seagulls) and Khwezi Duma (Seagulls).

Men: Josh Dannhauser  (Seagulls); Luca Holtzhauzen  (Seagulls); Matthew Sates (Seals); Ian Brijlal (Action); Matthew Bosch  (Seagulls); Chase Rayment  (Seagulls); Danté Nortjé (NDSA); Luke Erwee (Action); Juvahn Singh (Westville); Saschin Cherry  (Seagulls);Tiago Cordeiro  (Seagulls) and Matthew Meyer (Action - absent from picture).

Thank you to the Department Of Sport And Recreation KwaZulu-Natal for their continued support - Our swimmers, coaches and parents are so appreciative of the opportunities  afforded to them.

The South African Swimming Team at the Youth Olympic Games


Eight of South Africa’s top young swimming talent will be flying the country’s flag high at the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires from 7th to 12th October 2018.


Young breaststroke sensation Michael Houlie has been named as the South African team’s flag bearer and is one of the four swimmers that represented South Africa at a senior level at this year’s Gold Coast Commonwealth Games in April. The 18-year-old Houlie, who finished in a creditable sixth place in the 50m breaststroke final at the Commonwealth Games, said it was a major honour to be named flag bearer.


“I’ve trained really hard and put in a lot of effort. So the main goal is to get into a final and once I am there everyone has a chance of winning gold,” Houlie said.  

“It is an amazing thing to be named flag bearer where I am following on the footsteps of someone like Caster Semenya.”


Female swimmers Duné Coetzee, Kate Beavon and Mariella Venter also featured at this year’s Commonwealth Games. Coetzee, who was the youngest member of the Commonwealth Games team, will be competing in the 50, 100 and 200m butterfly as well as the 200 and 400m freestyle.


“I know now that at a major international gala you got to swim at your best every time,” the UP-Tuks swimmer said. “You won’t qualify for a final by saving yourself in the heats. It is flat out from the start. Cameron van der Burgh told me that you always got a chance to win no matter who is swimming next to you.”


The 18-year-old Beavon brings with her a wealth of experience on the senior stage after making her debut at last year’s FINA World Championships in Budapest. Swimming was the standout South African sports code at the inaugural 2014 Youth Olympic Games in Singapore contributing five individual medals and a relay bronze to the country’s tally.


Youth Olympics ambassador Chad le Clos was the star performer winning the 200m Individual Medley gold and three silver medals. “We are confident this team have the talent and the ability to make a strong contribution to Team South Africa’s medal tally in Buenos Aires,” said Swimming SA (SSA) CEO, Shaun Adriaanse. 


“These youngsters have already demonstrated their potential at a senior level and we look forward to seeing them shine at the Games.”


Video of Chad le Clos from YOG to Olympic Champion: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qOdcgU1njjg&feature=youtu.be


South African Aquatics team for the Youth Olympic Games: 


Women: Mariella Venter, Christin Mundell, Kate Beavon, Duné Coetzee


Men: Ethan Du Preez, Gabriel Nortje, Hendrik Duvenhage, Michael Houlie

About KwaZulu-Natal Aquatics

KwaZulu-Natal Aquatics is affiliated to Swimming South Africa. We are here to administer, promote, foster and encourage all Aquatic Sports in KwaZulu-Natal and to assist in providing facilities for the sport of amateur swimming, diving, water polo, synchronised swimming and open water swimming in KwaZulu-Natal

.KwaZulu-Natal Web Site Aim

The KwaZulu-Natal Aquatics Web Site focus will be to market KwaZulu-Natal Aquatics and to heighten the awareness of swimming in the Top Swimming Province in the Country (KwaZulu-Natal), at the same time creating content that is informative, helpful, original and interesting to the Coach, Parent, Club and most important of all, the swimmer. At the same time, to try and attract potential sponsors for KwaZulu-Natal Swimming. To focus on providing the KwaZulu-Natal Coaches, Parents, Clubs and Swimmers with up to date information in regards to all Aquatic Sports in KwaZulu-Natal.

The KwaZulu-Natal Aquatics Web Site will aim to become the primary source of information for Swimming in KwaZulu-Natal.


·         Sponsor of the KZN Aquatics Senior and Youth Nationals Team

Sponsor of the KZN Aquatics Project 2022 Squad

·         Official Sponsor of KZN Aquatics Elite Performers 2017: Martin Binedell & Robyn Kinghorn






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