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Download your free copy of The Aussies 2014 Newspaper

The Aussies 2014 OnBeach Newspaper is online now and available to download.

Issue 1 captures all the Masters action from Monday's and Tuesday's competition at Scarborough Beach, Western Australia and previews Open competition kicking off today through to Sunday 6 April.

Click on the image below to grab your free online copy. 

On the beach? Pick up a hard copy from a range of checkpoints around Scarborough Beach including the Entertainment Hub and the Admin Centre.

A Fit Hancock will be Fast and Furious for Scarborough Defence

Courtney Hancock has arrived in Perth for The Australian Surf Life Saving Championships 2014 ready and raring to mount a successful defense of her third National Ironwoman Championship.

The 25-year-old from Northcliffe on the Gold Coast took one look at the flat, yet tricky conditions at Scarborough yesterday and declared the the her three words for the week were: “Fit, fast and furious.”

Grant Kenny digs deep to win Masters Ironman Gold

Grant Kenny may be showing a few signs of rust resulting from a lifetime in the surf but the most famous of all Ironmen showed today he still has the golden touch.

Kenny was hobbled by a calf injury but summoned many of his old skills to win the 50-54 years Ironman gold medal on day one of The Australian Masters Surf Life Saving Championships at Scarborough, Western Australia.

Surf Life Saving Australia calls for Expressions of Interest for The Aussies 2018 and 2022

From the traditional surf boats, rescue and resuscitation and belt swimming, to the modern day ironman and ironwoman racing first introduced at Coolangatta in 1966, today over 5,000 competitors in addition to club members, volunteers, officials and spectators make their annual pilgrimage to the host venue as they chase those elusive gold medals and the chance to add their names into the record books of Surf Life Saving, alongside some of Australia’s greatest sporting heroes.

Preview- The Aussies 2014 - less than three weeks to go!

This year’s Aussies will see a changing of the guard – or more like a changing of the guards, with some of the sport’s biggest names appearing for the first time with their new clubs and with that a change of cap.

The most recent change has been Zane Holmes, who started his career with Kawana Waters, had a huge impact at Northcliffe and will appear at the Aussies in the green and white quartered cap of Currumbin in the ski events.


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