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Warringah Amateur Swimming Association is tasked with the development and promotion of swimming on the Northern Beaches in Sydney.

We have 16 swimming clubs affiliated with us.

During the season we hold our District Championships and Peninsula Challenge meets at Warringah Aquatic Centre. We also hold a Handicap Meet at one of the Rock Pools.

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  • 2019 WASA Scholarships Open for Application

    The Warringah Amateur Swimming Association 2018 Swimming Scholarships are open for application

    In 2019, we are offering the following Swimming Scholarships, detailed below:

    • The Dick Gallie Memorial Scholarship
    • Up to four Warringah Amateur Swimming Association Winter Training Scholarships
    • Five Northern Beaches Council Awards comprising Entry Passes to the Warringah Aquatic Centre to be issued in conjunction with training with Big Blue

    Applications close on Friday 19 April 2019


  • Head Above Water 24hr Swimathon

    Collaroy 24 hour Swim
    When: Mar 16, 9:00 AM – Mar 17, 9:00 AM
    Where: Collaroy Beach Rockpool

    The swimathon will raise funds and awareness for mental health initiatives on the Northern Beaches.  Register your team via https://www.headabovewater.com.au/

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3 weeks ago

Warringah Amateur Swimming Association

North Curl Curl SLSC member Charli Brown will make her international swimming debut in Hungary in August and attributes two Newport surf stars for toughening her up in the pool.
Brown, 16, has been chosen to represent Australia at the World Junior Swimming Championships in Budapest after her performances at the Australian Age Championships in Adelaide recently.
She won the 400 IM, was second in the 200 IM and third in both the 200m and 400m freestyle finals, won by Queensland hot shot and Tokyo Olympic hopeful Lani Pallister.
An excited Brown, who was a late starter to pool squads, said there were two main factors for her big improvement over the past six months.
She decided to follow her coach Justin Rothwell from the Academy of Sport at Narrabeen to Manly.
''I used to train in a 25m pool but now I am in a 50m pool and it has certainly helped my level of fitness,'' Charli said.
''But I also train with the older boys,'' she said, referring to current Australian ironman champion Max Brooks and former Australian surf champion Ollie Signorini.
''It has really made me tough chasing them down the pool and it has definitely helped take me to the next level. They really encourage me.''
New ironman king Brooks said: ''Charli is an unbelievable trainer. I struggle to beat her each morning.''
Brown said she trains with the Manly squad five mornings a week.
Charli won the Branch open female surf race at Palm Beach in February, thus becoming the first female in North Curly's history to achieve the feat
Picture: Charli Brown with her swim coach Justin Rothwell.
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1 month ago

Warringah Amateur Swimming Association

Warringah Aquatic Centre will be closed for essential maintenance starting on Friday 19 April and will reopen Monday 29 April.

We apologise for any inconvenience.
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1 month ago

Warringah Amateur Swimming Association

Don't miss the 3pm online cut off
Late entries tomorrow at registration $10 more
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