Winter also competed in three consecutive Commonwealth Games, starting in 1994. His first outing for the National Team was in Spain at the first World Short Course Championships (1993. Winter also won four consecutive Backstroke categories (1993/94/95/96) at the Oceania Grand Prix and represented his Country in All strokes and Individual Medley. He held National Records in Butterfly, Backstroke and Individual Medley. Winter made a come back in 2002 (Manchester Commonwealth Games - placed 6th 50 Butterfly) and became the oldest Male to win a National Title in the 50 Freestyle aged 31yrs. He the youngest grandson of Frank Winter. He began coaching the Heretaunga Sundevils swimming club in Flaxmere, Hastings in 1998. Winter is currently the head coach at Raumati Swimming club in Wellington and Coach for the Tongan Olympic Swimming Team at London 2012.