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QLD wins Surf Life Saving Australia’s National Interstate Championships

QLD has been announced winner at Surf Life Saving Australia's National Interstate Championships, securing a narrow five point victory over NSW.

With only one point difference after yesterday’s pool rescue competition and NSW in the lead, QLD fought back today with some spectacular performances including first place in the Open Ironman (Shannon Eckstein), Open Ironwoman (Jordan Mercer), Open Women’s Beach Flags and Beach Sprint (Melissa Howard).

Danny Buderus and a kid called “Woody” inspire Blues on Day One of Interstates

New South Wales has been inspired by the words of State of Origin rugby league captain Danny Buderus and the performances of teenage swim star Brad Woodward on day one of the Surf Life Saving Australia National Interstate Championships in Sydney today.

Buderus addressed the teams on the eve of the championships and his stirring words of advice certainly fired up the Blues for the Pool Rescue events at Ryde Aquatic Centre.

NSW in front by one point at National Interstate Championships

Team NSW is a nail-biting one point in front of QLD after day one of Surf Life Saving Australia’s National Interstate Championships at Ryde Aquatic Centre.

NSW have accumulated a total pointscore of 341 in ahead of QLD in second (340 points) and WA in third (215 points).

During the two-day event (23-24 January),  200 of Australia’s finest surf lifesavers are competing for their state in an elite lifesaving sports competition that combines pool rescue and surf lifesaving racing.

Can QLD beat NSW in Surf Life Saving’s National Interstate Championships?

Surf Life Saving Australia’s National Interstate Championships 2014, an opportunity for our finest surf lifesavers to represent their state in elite lifesaving sports competition, commence today.

Over 200 of Australia’s finest surf lifesavers will compete for their state over two days in this elite lifesaving sports competition.

Boardies Day – last Friday in March - Friday 28 March 2014

Boardies Day – last Friday in March - Friday 28 March 2014

On Friday 28 March, Australians will swap their work or school attire for their favourite board shorts to help raise vital funds for keeping Australia’s beaches and coastal waterways safe.

We’re asking Australians to wear their board shorts to work, raise funds and make a donation on the day for Surf Life Saving. 

Boardies Day is a great fundraising opportunity for Surf Life Saving Clubs to raise much needed funds.

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Meet the participants of SLSA’s National Leadership College 2014

Surf Life Saving Australia (SLSA) is pleased to announce the 30 Surf Life Saving (SLS) members, selected as part of the National Leadership College 2014.

The annual college is an initiative by SLSA, aimed at developing leadership skills of members from around Australia, aged between 20 – 30 years, who have demonstrated leadership potential within their club throughout the previous year.

During the program, participants will be treated to a range of team and inter-personal skills building activities, challenges, workshops and presentations by key note speakers.  

*Reminder* The Aussies 2014 Early Bird Entry Offer closes next Thursday 16 January

To celebrate the return of the Australian Surf Life Saving Championships (The Aussies) to Western Australia and entries opening for the highly anticipated 2014 event, Surf Life Saving Australia (SLSA) is offering Surf Life Saving Clubs (SLSC) the chance to WIN $5000 towards their Aussies 2014 Western Australian Experience!

Hurry, get in before your club misses out! Entries will close Thursday 16 January 2014.

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