LIFESAVING WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
The 2018 Lifesaving World Championships are being held in Adelaide, South Australia from 17 November to 2 December. We will be hosting competitors, officials, coaches, team managers and spectators from across the globe!
Australia’s Best Athletes to Go Head to Head
Monday 16 January
Australia’s finest Surf Lifesavers will represent their State and showcase their lifesaving skills in an elite lifesaving sports competition. Contested on the beach and in the ocean, Interstates sees the best of the best battle it out in ironman and ironwoman racing, board races, ski races, taplin relays, rescue events, beach flags and beach sprints.
The 2017 Surf Life Saving Australia Interstate Championships will be held on Friday 20 January at Alexandra Headlands, Queensland. You can watch all of the action on the LIVE STREAM from 8am Brisbane/Queensland time. You can view the Interstate Championships either via the SLSA You Tube channel https://www.youtube.com/user/slsaofficial or directly off the Interstates web page https://sls.com.au/interstate/
State Categories: Youth & Opens
States Represented: QLD, NSW, WA, VIC, SA, TAS, NT
Events Contested: IronWoman, IronMan, Surf Race, Mixed Board Relay, Mixed Surf Relay, Beach Flags, Mixed Surf Teams Race, Surf Ski Race, Board Race, Beach Sprints, Rescue Tube Race, Beach Relay, Board Rescue, Taplin Relay
Lifesaving Sport – As Heroic as Sport Can Be
Friday 6 January
The worlds best are coming to Adelaide, South Australia!
The 2018 Lifesaving World Championships are returning to Adelaide from November 17 – December 2, 2018. Over 5000 athletes from 40 countries will compete in a range of events that are held in the pool, on the sand and in the ocean. This video is from the successful 2016 Lifesaving World Championships, held in the Netherlands.
Start to get excited! Registration information will be made available in the coming weeks. Keep up to date by following our social media channels or visit www.lifesaving2018.com
We do not own this video, credit to Lifesaving 2016 and Reddingsbrigade Nederland.