Nicholas Sloman

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“Pain is temporary, glory is forever.”

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Nicholas Sloman


Contrary to his surname, Nick Sloman is no slouch in the open water. Residing in the picturesque town of Noosa, the rising star of the Dolphins’ open water program recently claimed back-to-back national titles in the Men’s 10km Open as well as receiving a bronze medal at the 2018 Pan Pacs. Weeks later he travelled to South Africa to compete in the Midmar Mile, which was once touted as the world’s largest open water event. Sloman not only competed, but he won the Men’s race alongside teammate Kareena Lee, who took out the women’s competition.

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Pan Pacific Championships

Tokyo, Japan 2018

  • Won bronze in the Men’s 10km Open

FINA Open Water World Cup

Balatonfüred, Hungary 2018

  • Placed 6th in the Men’s 10km Open

Setúbal, Portugal 2018

Placed 10th in the Men’s 10km Open

FINA’s Marathon Swim World Series

Doha, Qatar 2019

  • Placed 7th in the Men’s 10km Open

Seychelles, Seychelles 

  • Won Silver in the Men's 10km Open

World Championships

Yeosu, South Korea 2019

  • Placed 5th in the 5km Team Relay
  • Placed 21st in the Men's 10km
Nick Sloman
Nick Sloman competes at the 2019 National Open Water Championships.

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Pan Pacific Championships


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