Jetstar is once again excited to be supporting the State OceanKids Swim Series – helping Kiwi kids build their open water swimming confidence and celebrating the next generation of top swimmers.
Back this year is the annual Jetstar Super Swim Squad! The fastest boy and girl in each age group race at each event will win a once-in-a- lifetime experience – attending a special swim camp, held in Auckland in April 2014, with New Zealand’s best swimmers and coach!
All State NZ Ocean Swim Series participants can also be in the draw to win one of six $1000 Jetstar travel vouchers up for grabs! Keep your eyes peeled on the State NZ Ocean Swim Series Facebook Page for more details
The Jetstar Super Swim Squad
The fastest boy and girl in each age group race, at each State OceanKids Swim Series event, will form the Jetstar Super Swim Squad and win a once-in-a-lifetime experience – a weekend squad camp in April 2014 with New Zealand’s best swimmers including travel and accommodation, special surprises and specialist swim clinics!
Each Jetstar Super Swim Squad member will also receive exclusive squad gear and become role models for other young swimmers and their communities.
Jetstar supports New Zealand and Australia’s fastest swimmers
New Zealand and Australia’s fastest open water swimming superstars will be winging their way across the ditch and around the country in the 2013/2014 State NZ Ocean Swim Series thanks to Jetstar.
The new travel partner for elite swimmers will be helping fly eight of New Zealand’s top open water swimmers and four of Australia’s top open water swimmers where they need to go as they battle it out in the six Series events.
A bit about Jetstar
Over five million passengers have flown with Jetstar New Zealand since launching in 2009, with countless families travelling more often for less thanks to Jetstar’s everyday low fares. Jetstar operates more than 100 domestic flights in New Zealand each week, as well as flying Kiwis across the Tasman to multiple Australian cities and via Singapore to 22 destinations in Asia.