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World Lifesaving Championships - Rescue Series

Every two years the International Life Saving Federation organises the World Life Saving Championships.

The World Lifesaving Championships include the following competitions:

  • National Teams World Lifesaving Championships
  • Interclub Teams World Lifesaving Championships
  • Masters World Lifesaving Championships
  • Optional Open Events World Lifesaving Championships including Surfboats and Inflatable Rescue Boats (IRB) World Lifesaving Championships.

The World Lifesaving Championships involve between 2,500 and 5,000 competitors and officials and last some 14 days.

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The Australian Life Saving Team is joint venture between Royal Life Saving Society - Australia and Surf Life Saving Australia to select athletes to represent Australia to compete at selected competitions throughout the year.

Australian Head Coach

To continue the long term strategy that is dedicated to the ongoing success of the Australian Life Saving Team on an international stage, SLSA and RLSSA are now calling for applications for the position of
the Australian Head Coach and High Performance Advisor. The successful candidate will be committed to enhancing the success and performance of the Australian Life Saving Team with primary goal of obtaining the world number 1 ranking at the Lifesaving World Championships.
Nomination Process
The following circular and position description must be read and nomination form submitted by the applicant that wishes to be nominated for selection as the Australian Head Coach and High Performance Advisor.
Applicants are unable to be considered for selection unless the correct nomination form is completed by the advertised date, and can be accessed using the link below.
To be considered for selection as the Australian Head Coach and High Performance Advisor, all nominations must be received by 5:00pm Friday 2nd December 2016.

Full Details are outlined below.

Circular - Australian Life Saving Team - Australian Head Coach and High Performance Advisor

Job Description - Australian Life Saving Team - Australian Head Coach and High Performance Advisor

World Lifesaving Championships Rescue 2016

The World Lifesaving Championships - Rescue 2016 were held in Eindhoven and Noordwijk, The Netherlands from 1- 18 September 2016, http://www.lifesaving2016.com

Congratulations to the Open Australian Life Saving Team for finishing second in the Lifesaving World Championships 2016. While the Australian team ended ahead on the overall medal tally with 10 gold, they were beaten by their main rivals, New Zealand for the Championship title. To view all the results visit: http://bit.ly/2cdubnN

The Australian Youth Team dominated the Lifesaving World Youth Championship to take home the crown again. With 35 medals Australia became World Champions! With almost 200 points ahead of runner up New Zealand, the youth of Australia did a great job defending their title of Rescue 2014. To view all the results visit: http://bit.ly/2cdubnN