Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre

City of Sydney Aquatic Club continues to win

The City of Sydney Aquatic Club (COSAC) came second on the points score at the recent NSW Junior State Swimming Championship with some incredible individual performances. This is a testament to the hard work and dedication of COSAC's junior athletes!

Wed, 23 Mar 2022,
posted by City of Sydney

After the incredible success at the NSW Senior Metropolitan Championships junior team of the City of Sydney Aquatic Club (COSAC) records another win for the club. This time at the NSW Junior State Swimming Championship.

COSAC's junior team had an amazing showing at the NSW Junior State Swimming Championship, coming in second place in the distance award and fifth place overall from the combined senior and junior state point scores.

Congratulations to Head Coach - Rebecca Wheatley for receiving the Forbes Charlie MBE Distance Coach Award. Karen Swinburn accepted the award on Bec’s behalf. This is a huge achievement and recognition of Rebecca's dedication to her athletes and the sport of swimming. Well done, Rebecca! We are so proud of you and everything you have accomplished!

Well done to all who competed and a big congratulations to COSAC on another successful championship! We can't wait to see what you achieve next.

Come and be a part of our success story!

COSAC's squad swimmers train at Cook + Phillip Park Pool, Ian Thorpe Aquatic Centre and Gunyama Park Aquatic and Recreation Centre. Many of them have risen through the ranks from our learn to swim program.

To learn more about COSAC and our squad program, click here.