Curl Curl Amateur Swimming Club Inc.

Curl Curl Amateur Swimming Club is a non-profit organisation which exists for the enjoyment of our members and to promote the sport of competitive swimming.
The club formed in 1966 from the amalgamation of the previously separate Ladies and Mens clubs. We have been operating continuously over the intervening years and
currently have around 120 members ranging in age from 3  to 85 years.
Our home pool is the South Curl Curl Rock Pool, on Sydney's northern beaches and we operate every Saturday afternoon during a six month period over the summer starting in mid October and going through til the end of March. Entries close at 1:30pm, races start at 2:00pm with events for all the family. 
We have 15/25/33/50/100m freestyle, breaststroke, backstroke and butterfly handicap events as well as a 2x25m Brace Relay. Distance events of 200m freestyle and medley are run on alternate Saturdays.
All standards of swimmers are catered for, from those just learning, to the social swimmer, to those who enjoy some fun competition. Being handicap events everyone has a chance of winning and there is a big emphasis placed on improvement over the season.  Each competition day finishes with a "sausage sizzle" and friendly get-together.
We also have evening meetings on Wednesdays (Nov to March) starting at 7:15  with 200m,400m,800m,1500m and the occasional "mile swim" for those who are keen on long distance format competition.

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  Contact Information :

President : Doug Auld   
 Secretary : Keith Bridge 

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Affiliated with Warringah Amateur Swimming Association

CCASC AGM will be held at 8pm on 16th September in the club house, all members are welcome.

The 2019-2020 swim season will commence on 19th October. Members (new and old) can join up at the pool on the day. 

A big thanks to our sponsors :

We would like to take this opportunity to thank your club and members who have chosen to move their banking to Freshwater Community Bank® Branch for the ongoing support.”       ...see more