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SLSA and RLSSA have adopted a long term strategy aimed at regaining and maintaining the World Number 1 position at the Rescue 2016 World Championships.
Every two years the International Life Saving Federation organises the World Lifesaving Championships. The World Lifesaving Championships involve between 2,500 to 5,000 competitors and officials from numerous countries around the world, with 14 days of competition.
SLSA and RLSSA is looking to appoint a Head Coach to build and drive the Rescue 2016 Strategy. The Rescue 2016 Strategy has taken a holistic approach to high performance life saving sport. The program will use domestic and international competition as well as a series of camps and training opportunities to prepare athletes for the World Championships in Eindhoven and Noordwijk, the Netherlands in August/September 2016.
Nominations for the Rescue 2016 Selection Panel, Head Coach and athletes are now open.
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Please click here for the updated Selection Policy and Nomination Form.
All high performance athletes and personnel wishing to be considered to be a part of the Australian Life Saving Team are encouraged to apply.
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