CLM enjoys a week of success in Rotorua.
20 August 2018
Team CLM enjoys a week of success in Rotorua at The 2018 NZRA Waves Conference and The 2018 AUSTSWIM’s Aotearoa Awards
CLM's SwimMagic had a fantastic night at the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Awards that were held over the weekend.
A big congratulations to, Kirstie Nash from Massey Park Pool who won the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Teacher of Infant and Preschool Award, Jeni Tamboer from Whangarei Aquatic Centre won the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Teacher of Swimming and Water Safety and Lisa Stove from Richmond Aquatic Centre who won the 2018 AUSTSWIM Aotearoa Presenter of the Year.
These awards are a great recognition for the outstanding work each of these stars have done over a number of years in their respective communities.
CLM's winning week continued at the recently completed New Zealand Recreation Association Waves Conference in Rotorua. Team CLM took out The Lifeguard Team of the Year award for the 2nd year running with team members from across the country including, Whangarei Aquatic Centre, Otahuhu Pool and Leisure Centre, Riverside Pool and Richmond Aquatic Centre.
Kanae Atsumi also won a Merit award in the Lifeguard of the Year Competition, fantastic acknowledgement for her dedication and commitment.
CLM CEO Craig Carter is extremely proud of the achievements over the last week saying,
“The success our team has received over the last week is an acknowledgment to many hours of dedication across a number of years, CLM is privileged to have a team of such talented professionals across our network. We strive to be the leaders in leisure and recreation in New Zealand and these awards highlight our commitmnet to this.”