Welcome to this rapidly expanding & exciting surf lifesaving sport discipline.
Pool Rescue sees competitors’ aquatic skills tested with events including manikin tows, obstacle swims and tube swims carrying ‘patients’.
At the club level it’s fun & uses your swimming skills in a very different way.
Pool tournaments also encourage athletes who may feel uncomfortable in the ocean to get involved in the lifesaving movement.
Carolyn Wilson 0402 451 160 – Australian SLS championship Deputy Referee
Lisa Sertorini 0400 337 007 lisa@firstname.lastname@example.org
Venue: Aqua Jetty, Warnbro
2020 Training schedule to be announced soon
U10 – Masters (all welcome)
Bring a friend – the more the merrier!
Competitions (subject to change)
SunSmart Pool Rescue Series and State Championships
2020 competition schedule to be announced. Please check back soon for updates.
Lifesaving World Championships – Riccione, Italy 18 September – October 5 2020
For more information from SLSWA and to view 2019 results click here >>
All participants are to bring rubber fins for training (U14’s & above can use club fibreglass fins when appropriate, under coach’s guidance)
SH swimming cap is preferred, but swimmers can use tie up cap (swim cap available through club)
You will need to pay for pool entry unless you have an Aqua Jetty membership.
Warm clothes for after training
Snack post training
Aqua jetty pool entry (please follow this link for pool entry fees)
Competition entry $11 (To be confirmed)
State Championships entry $15 (To be confirmed)
Competition cap both available from club
Silicon swimming cap $10 (preferable)
Tie up lycra competition cap $15
Helpers – always welcome!!!!
Secret Harbour must supply timekeepers at the competitions. If you’ve never done timekeeping before, that’s OK – we will show you what to do. It’s super easy and you get to watch all the action up close! The more we share the easier it is for everyone.
Officials required: 1 per 10 competitors (speak with Carolyn or Digby – we will welcome you!)
Pool setters – move equipment to get ready for each race.