Burlington swimmer nabs boatload of medals at Canada Summer Games
Published August 12, 2022 at 2:11 pm
A Burlington swimmer has been among the stars of the first half of the Canada Summer Games.
Katie Cosgriffe, a 16-year-old who competes for the Burlington Aquatic Devilrays swimclub, won seven medals, six of them gold, at the games contested across the Niagara Region.
Cosgriffe, competing in the Para division of the games, won medals in a wide range of events, including freestyle, backstroke, breaststroke and butterfly.
MEDAL ALERT 🚨
This is not a recording! Katie Cosgriffe (Burlington, Ont.) adds yet another 🥇 to her @CanadaGames collection in the 200m IM (para), bringing her total to six gold (and seven overall)! 🏊♀️#GoTeamO⭕ | #CGSwimming pic.twitter.com/xMzVvtJWnC
— Team Ontario (@GoTeamOntario) August 12, 2022