To support our new programme of Club Coach Development we require a fully qualified Coach Trainer who will work with the National Education Manager to help develop aspects of our programmes and will train Level 2 Coaches and support our growing work within Education. The successful candidate will be an Read More »
A huge thank you to Annette Deasy for her fundraising efforts for Surf Life Saving GB AOP-UK were pleased to present Annette Deasy with a cheque for £1,130 for Surf Life-saving GB. Annette works for and with this charity to help make our beaches safer for everyone.
SLSGB is selecting a five male / five female team to compete at the German Cup pool lifesaving event from 19-22 November 2015 in Warendorf, Germany and is a two-day event comprising the following events: 200m Obstacle swim 4 x 50m Obstacle relay 50m Manikin carry 100m Manikin tow Read More »
All members are invited to attend Surf Life Saving GB’s AGM. Notice is hereby given that an Annual General Meeting of Surf Life Saving Great Britain Limited Company will be held at Portreath Surf Life Saving Club, Portreath on Saturday 19th September 2015 at 18.30 to transact the following business: RESOLUTIONS Read More »
Last nightLast night Mr John Martin M.B.E and Mr Bob Dekkers were awarded the honour and title of Ambassador of the European Order of Lifesaving presented by Dr. Detlev Mohr (president of ILSE). The award is the highest accolade and is given in recognition of devotion to the cause of Read More »
24 athletes from across Great Britain head to Wales and Spain to compete against the best in the Europe A senior team and a youth team, each containing 12 athletes are set to complete in one of lifesaving sport’s toughest International events – the European Championships They represent Read More »
Nine members of Devon SLSGB Flood Response Unit have just completed the specialist rescue operation ‘Flood Rescue Technician’ course with the Academy. This is the benchmark training for flood and moving water rescue teams required to carry out Read More »
Sunday 12th July was a wet windy morning when the teams arrived at the beach and the decision had been made to cancel the SLSA Wales Masters event but to run the international between Wales and England. The beach had been prepared ready for the event with the Sprint track Read More »