More than 5,000 lifesavers from every corner of the globe will descend on South Australia for the Lifesaving World Championships, which will be held at Glenelg Beach and the South Australian Aquatic and Leisure Centre from November 16 until December 2, 2018.
The International LifeSaving Federation (ILS) Championships, held every two years, is the largest lifesaving event in the world. It showcases excellence in lifesaving sports and rescue, highlighting the vital role lifesavers play as an emergency service in reducing the rate of drowning around the world.
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Squad-based iron person training for nippers – Wednesday nights from 5:15pm
Jason Bradley, Stephen “The Professor” Mayfield and Brad Keighran will be involved each and every week.
Must have goggles and hi-vis vest.
Please note: this training session is for competent nippers and is not a ‘learn to’ program.
Hello and a welcome to the official first week of surf training. As part of the revised program for our senior athletes (u14 and above), iron-person training has been added to the schedule. Please note that this training is specifically for senior members (u14 and above) and is not all ages.
WHAT TO BRING
– Runners (on your feet for dry land at the start of each session)
– Wetsuit (if it’s a bit chilly)
– Bathers, towel
– Drink Bottle
– Pink Vest (no hi vis, no training)
There are two other sessions for our senior athletes which are aquatic specific and they are:
Ski training – Tuesday 5.30pm
Board training – Wednesday/ Friday 5.30pm
Ski training – Sunday 8.30am
As part of your commitment to training and improvement, please make every effort to attend all sessions.
If you have any questions, please contact Brad Keighran (0417 809 142).