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Summer of Surf series debuts on Fox Sports

There has been an overwhelming response to the Summer of Surf Series which premiered on Fox Sports over the weekend. 

Viewers were treated to extensive highlights package and profile stories on some of the leading personalities in surf sports as part of the innovative new format.

A drama packed weekend of high-class racing was captured by Summer of Surf developer John Palmer and his team at Castle Media.

Entries Open for 2015 Aussies

Entries have now officially opened for next year’s Australian Surf Life Saving Championships.

And it’s a special one too with The Aussies celebrating 100 years since the very first Australian Surf Life Saving Championships were held on Bondi Beach in March, 1915.

The Aussies 2015 return to the Gold Coast from April 11 to 19 with the picturesque North Kirra Beach playing host to Surf Life Saving’s biggest annual event.

Surf Life Saving Australia Seeking a Lifesaving Training and Development Officer for assignment in Vietnam

Would you like to use your skills and experience to volunteer in a developing country?

The Australian Volunteers for International Development program places skilled Australian volunteers in developing countries. The Australian Volunteers program is funded by the Australian Government.

Golden dream in Josh Minogue’s last hurrah at Coolangatta

Mooloolaba’s Josh Minogue could not have scripted the final chapter of his brilliant career any sweeter after being crowned the 2014 Coolangatta Gold champion on the Gold Coast today.

In a dramatic finale to Surf Life Saving Australia’s toughest endurance Ironman race, five-time champion Caine Eckstein was forced to retire from the race mid-way through the board paddle from Burleigh Heads to Currumbin.

Coolangatta Gold competitor Caine Eckstein withdraws from race

Five-time Coolangatta Gold champion Caine Eckstein has withdrawn from this year’s race on the board leg of the event between Currumbin and Burleigh. He was approximately 30km into the 41.8km race and adjacent to the Pacific Surf Club.

Eckstein was suffering from a bicep injury and fatigue and alerted authorities of his condition. He has been taken to Currumbin for further medical attention.

Further information to follow. 

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