The Countdown Begins For The Mid Coast Community Challenge

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The iconic South Australian Mid Coast is known for its waves and aquatic reserves but on the 29th January, there is the MID COAST COMMUNITY CHALLENGE (MCCC).  200 plus people aged from 9 years will come together at Christies Beach to compete with the day, culminating in the premier Challenge for Open Men and Open Women Surf Life Saving Ocean events. Everyone using the challenging “M” shape course.

Lifesaving World Championships Adelaide 2018 are proud to be supporting the 2017 Mid Coast Community Challenge as an Event Partner through the Ride the Wave program.

Events will encompass the ages of 9 years to Masters with cash prizes for the place getters. A full day of fierce competition of all levels. The introduction of the Mid Coast Community Challenge will see a Youth Club team swim and an open water 1k swim for all members of the community.

If you are ready to be challenged or want to watch a spectacular event which incorporates Surf Life Savers and the communities best, then email midcostcommunitychallenge@gmail.com or enter at www.mcc.ecwid.com

This event is the ultimate in competitive collaboration with the Mid Coast Group (South Australia) of Surf Life Saving Clubs including Aldinga SLSC, Moana SLSC, South Port SLSC, Port Noarlunga SLSC and Christies Beach SLSC.

Book your place now so you don’t get disappointed, stay a while and explore the wonderful wine region of McLaren Vale.

When: 29th January 2017

Where: Christies Beach SLSC, South Australia.

Time: Events start 0800 (registration 7am)

Contact: midcoastcommunitychallenge@gmail.com


International Volunteer Day – We Say Thanks

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Today is International Volunteer Day! The team at LWC Adelaide 2018 would like to say thanks to the thousands of volunteers who are involved with lifesaving across the world. This could include coaching, officiating, administration, patrolling and more. One of the volunteers in Adelaide, South Australia is Paul Dentonfrom the Somerton Surf Life Saving Club. Paul is involved in both coaching and officiating and without the volunteers like Paul lifesaving wouldn’t be the same!

LWC Adelaide 2018 will heavily rely on the involvement of our volunteers across a number of roles including committees, administration, logistical support, promotion of the event, officiating …. the list goes on! Do you want to volunteer at LWC Adelaide 2018? Keep an eye out on our website for more information in the coming months.