Please read the 2023 UNSW Annual Water Safety Report here.
A message from the UNSW Health Promotion team:
As we approach the end of the year, it is with great pleasure that we share our newly released Annual Water Safety Report for 2023. This report encapsulates the milestones, achievements, and impact we've made in enhancing water safety and we are excited to present it all of our valued stakeholders. Please share widely within your organisations and with any who might be interested.
Your unwavering support and dedication have played a crucial role in our success, and we want to express our sincere gratitude. Together, we've created ripples of positive change in fostering a culture of water safety, particularly among international students and culturally diverse communities.
As we reflect on the past year, we look forward to continuing this journey with you. Your collaboration is instrumental in our mission to break down barriers, empower individuals, and make our waters safer for everyone.
Thankyou for being an integral part of our water safety community. Here's to another year of impactful collaboration! Happy Holidays and a have a great rest of the year!
Last Saturday, Sydney Branch held their yearly assessment for the Gold Medallion, and 8 members from Coogee successfully completed it with flying colours. Coogee had the highest number of representatives sitting the award across branch and would like to thank George Fatseas for selflessly sacrificing 4 mornings every week to train the group year-round - an absolutely legendary commitment. A special mention to Craig Howie who helped assessed 20 candidates in 40 degree heat.
The President’s Cup was held on Sunday 3rd December at the Southern End of Coogee beach. Once again, we had a tremendous turnout of our members who clearly enjoy the team format. Members were randomly placed into teams of 6 to compete in a variety of events including a beach sprint relay, handicapped swim and teams’ swim. Teams accumulated points across the 3 events to go towards an overall point score to determine a winner.
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