Chris Cozens

13 April 2011

Sport/Event >
Swimming, Freestyle. Senior Performance Squad.

Date and Place of Birth >
1982, Bristol, UK

Coached by >
Kim Swanwick

Date Arrived at Team Bath > 2006

Clubs >
Team Bath Swimming Club

Occupation >
Student

Biography >
Freestyle swimmer who has competed at many top events around the world, including two Commonwealth Games and three World University Games.

First selected for Great Britain in 1999. Transferred to train at the University of Bath under the guidance of head swimming coach Kim Swanwick after the Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games.

A member of the GB team competing at the European Championships in Budapest, Hungary in August 2006. Names Muhammad Ali as his sporting hero.

Competitive Record >
Commonwealth Youth Games: gold 50m freestyle, silver 100m freestyle – Edinburgh, 2000

World University Games: gold 4×100m freestyle relay – Beijing, August 2001

Commonwealth Games: 9th 50m freestyle, 10th 100m freestyle, 4th 4×100m freestyle – Manchester July 2002

World University Games: gold 4×100m freestyle, silver 100m freestyle – Daegu, Korea, 2003

World Championships: 8th 4×100m medley relay, 11th 4×100m freestyle relay – Barcelona, 2003

European Short Course Championships: 5th 4×50m freestyle relay, 7th 4×50m medley relay – Dublin 2003

British Championships: gold 100m freestyle, silver 50m freestyle – Manchester, March 2005

World University Games: silver 4×100m freestyle – Izmir, Turkey, August 2005

European Short Course Championships: bronze 4×50m freestyle relay – Vienna, 2005

Commonwealth Games: 4th 4×100m freestyle, 10th 100m freestyle, 11th 50m freestyle – Melbourne, March 2006

British Championships: silver 100m freestyle,=4th 50m freestyle – Sheffield, April 2006

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