Article Title:Aussies making a splash in the pool
Category:Out Games News
Author or Credit:GayNZ.com Daily News staff
Published on:14th March 2011 - 01:19 pm
Published by:GayNZ.com
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Story ID:10077
Text:The competition may be fierce, but there's plenty of Kiwi-Aussie mateship at the pools 1.30PM: Australian swimmers are cleaning up in the pool on the first day of competition at the AsiaPacific Outgames, while the New Zealand athletes also have plenty to skite about.   The Melbourne Glamourheads are living up to their glamorous name, with plenty of gold, silver and blonde adorning their chests already, while Brisbane’s Aqualicious and Sydney’s Wett Ones are also pulling in the medals.   Wellington and Auckland teams are putting in solid performances and with medals on offer in a range of age and style categories there are plenty of people who will leave the first day of competition happy, including a handful of competitors from Sweden.   The crowd at the Wellington Regional Aquatic Centre in Kilbirnie is abuzz. Spectator entry to watching swimming, one of the games’ glamour events, is only $1.   You can check out the full day one results here GayNZ.com Daily News staff - 14th March 2011
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