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Welcome to 'Be Heard'. 

Wellbeing is our priority. This is a confidential space for you to be heard and engage in discussion regarding solutions or moving forward. Should you have a complaint or matter related to discrimination, abuse or harrassment please also direct your communication to Member Protection.

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Outside the lanes was developed by Swimming New Zealand to help support our athletes, parents and coaches journey. Providing a holistic approach to wellbeing outside the lanes.

Outside the Lanes

Outside the Lanes

Diving into the Depths with  Cameron Leslie

Positive social interactions, quality education, decent work, safe environments, community cohesion, active lives among others.

Introduction to Mental Health

Carter Swift shares his nutrition day in the life

Daily Nutrition with Carter Swift

Appropriate nutrition is essential for both performance and long term health. Inadequate nutrition can lead to fatigue, weakness, and injury.

Nutrition Basics

Caitlin Deans opens up on her life balancing University, swimming and her goals in both.

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Diving into the Depths with  Caitlin Deans

While being active provides many health benefits, gender differences and biological factors must be considered when it comes to women’s health in sport.

Women's Health

LEA can result from restrictive diets, over-exercising, weight loss efforts or a combination of these factors. Female athletes may be at a higher risk for LEA, which can result in menstrual irregularities, decreased bone density and an increased risk of osteoporosis.

Low Energy Availability

The right connection can equal feeling comfortable to collaborate, communicate, contribute and feel like a part of the conversation.

Why Connection Matters

What does well-being mean? Firstly, we need to acknowledge that it means different things to different people in different settings.

Well-being Journey Introduction

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