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         Surf Life Saving:     more books (38)
  1. Australian surfing and surf life saving by Jack Wilson, 1979
  2. Evolution of an Icon: 100 Years of Surf Life Saving in New South Wales by University of New South Wales, 2008-09-01
  3. Rebels with a Cause: 40 Years of Trigg Island Surf Life Saving by Janita/ Brian Cottman & Carthew, 1994-01-01
  4. History of Bondi Surf Bathers' Life Saving Club 1906-1956 by Adrian Curlewis (Editor), 1956
  5. Gladiators of The Surf: The Australian Surf Life Saving Championships - A History by Barry Galton, 1984-01-01
  6. Water Sports in Wales: Plas Y Brenin, Hoci Tanddwr Cymreig Underwater Hockey Wales, Surf Life Saving Association of Wales, Wakestock
  7. BLACK AND GOLD - The Story of Life Saving in The Borough of Queenscliff - A History of Point Lonsdale Surf Life Saving Club 1947 - 1987 by IVY & JUDY JOHNSTON, 1987-01-01
  8. Emergency Services in New Zealand: Surf Life Saving New Zealand Clubs, Royal New Zealand Coastguard, United North Piha Lifeguard Service
  10. Vigilant and Victorious : A Community History of the Collaroy Surf Life Saving Club 1911-1995 by Sean Brawley, 1995-01-01
  11. Surf Life Saving Training Manual No 1 by Anonymous, 1989-01-01
  12. History of Torquay (Surf Life Saving Club) (The First Fifty Years (1945-1995)) by Ken Pollard, 1996
  13. Pacific Surf Life Saving Club. The First Forty Years. 1947-1987 by Tom TABULO, 1987-01-01
  14. Guardians of the Beach : The History of the Northcliffe Surf Life Saving Club 1947-1997 by Alexander McRobbie, 1997

1. Surf Life Saving Australia
SurfTrade Club Discussion Vigilance and Service Welcome to the official website of surf life saving Australia Ltd. © Copyright 19972002 SLSA Ltd.

2. Surf Lifesaving Bay Of Plenty
Provides contact details and links to clubs which operate along the beaches of the Coromandel Peninsula, Bay of Plenty and Lake Taupo in New Zealand. Also includes safety tips and a list of local events.
"To prevent death by drowning, especially at beaches and in the sea through the provision of Lifeguard services and programmes of public education."
Click on the flags above for information on the Bay of Plenty clubs.
About Us Safety Tips Lifeguarding Events Sporting Events All rights to SLSBOP, Designed by Enternet Online

3. Surf Life Saving Queensland
surf life savings Championships venue confirmed as Portreath on 30th and 31st August. 'the team in action'. Registered Charity 1032099 Established 1953 © 2003 Surf Life Savers

4. SurfLinks
surf life saving Australia, About Clubs. Australian Lifesaving Sitessurf life saving New South Wales. surf life saving Queensland.

5. Pauanui Surf Life Saving Club Inc, Pauanui, Coromandel, New Zealand
For all information about Pauanui SLSC and lifesaving on the Coromandel Peninsula, New Zealand

6. Surf Life Saving New Zealand
Welcome to surf life saving, surf life saving New Zealand is a nonprofit community based organisation. Surf Life
Welcome to Surf Life Saving, Surf Life Saving New Zealand is a non-profit community based organisation.
Surf Life Saving New Zealand's Vision is to prevent death by drowning at New Zealand beaches.
Did you know: Since 1933 we have saved over 40,000 lives.
1,926 people were saved in the 2001/2002 Season.
Our lifeguards performed over 140,000 hours of beach patrols throughout New Zealand. Click here for Membership and patrol database
without the following sponsors the efforts of
SLSNZ would not be possible.

7. . Surf Life Saving Victoria .

8. North Cottesloe Surf Life Saving Club Inc

9. Dynamic Directory - Sports - Water Sports - Surf Life Saving
Top SportsWater Sportssurf life saving (30)

10. Surf Life Saving Victoria - Main
surf life saving Victoria. Vigilance and Service. Tabcorp principalsponsor of surf life saving Victoria. Main. Welcome to the

11. Surf Life Saving Australia
Vigilance and Service
Welcome to the official web site of Surf Life Saving Australia Ltd. This site contains information for both the public and 106,000 members of Surf Life Saving Australia. The " About SLSA" section contains some great general information about surf lifesaving, including our business profile . There is information about the history of surf lifesaving , how to become a surf lifesaver and how to contact SLSA Staff . You can also locate a surf club in your area and use our links page to visit the sites of other lifesaving organisations.
Latest News
SLSA's E-Newsletter keeps you abreast all of the latest happenings within surf lifesaving. To subscribe to the E-Newsletter, send an email to . The E-Newsletter is distributed on the 1st of each month.
Upcoming events
Check out the SLSA Calendar for the latest on-beach events, meetings and other important events.
Site updates
Check out Lifesaving's Latest News the 2003 Australian Championships resumption of IRB Rescue Competition , or search for specific information.

12. Surf Life Saving SA
surf life saving South Australia's Web Site Site Search. surf life saving SA. 219 Henley Beach Road
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Surf Life Saving SA
219 Henley Beach Road
SA 5031
PO Box 108
SA 5031
Please press "Refresh" (or "Reload") to view the latest information Last updated: Thursday 20th March 2003 @ 5.10pm Top News Flash What's New Other Stuff ... Contacts News Flash ! 2003 State Championship Results (Junior/Senior/Masters) Results of 2003 State Championships below in 'Whats New'. 2003 Australian Championships Everyone has been hard at it with some great results so far including those below. For a direct link to the Australian Titles page for results etc click on this link. Aussie Titles Joe Black - 3rd Champion Lifesaver: not to take it easy Joe Black who has been battling against glandular fever put in a big effort, to just get beaten for the silver, taking homes a well deserved third place (bronze) in the Open Mens Champion Lifesaver. The Under 19 Mens Board Relay saw the Grange Team of Jason Matte, John Anderson and Ben Morgan finish 5th in the final of this event.

13. Surf Life Savers ~ Registered Charity No. 1032099
Provides membership and beach safety information as well as information about National Surf Lifesavers Category Sports Water Sports surf life saving National Organizations......Cornwall. Registered Charity 1032099 Established 1953 © 2003 SurfLife Savers. TC.

14. Port Noarlunga Surf Life Saving Club
surf life saving club serving Port Noarlunga, situated 40km south of Adelaide, South Australia. Site contains a club history, details on joining, events, a photo gallery, and links.
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15. Surf Life Saving New South Wales - SLS NSW
surf life saving Association of Wales
Welcome to Surf Life Saving New South Wales

16. Surf Life Savers ~ Clubs
Membership Form. SLSA of GB. The surf life saving Association of Great Britain(SLSA of GB) was formed in 1955, it’s motto is Vigilance and Service .

17. Surf Life Saving Queensland

18. Mermaid SLSC
Features information about the facilities and programs, surf webcam, and contact details.
Club Objectives


Organisation Structure

Club Objectives As a voluntary organisation, to provide, advance and control the work of Surf Life Saving, the resuscitation of the apparently drowned, and application of first aid on surf beaches, in order to provide all residents and visitors to our beaches protection from the potential dangers of coastal waters, and make our beaches safe and enjoyable destinations. To preserve and safeguard life by the study and practice of the methods of Surf Life Saving as recommended by Surf Life Saving Queensland, Australia and provide such life saving equipment (surveillance and rescue systems) as may be reasonably required to effect such purposes. To promote, demonstrate and instruct the methods of Surf Life Saving, and provide members with a host of learning opportunities, the potential for self improvement, the chance to contribute to a vital community service, and the ability to develop personal, physical and character attributes. To promote uniformity of laws of control and regulation of surf bathing and assist the relevant authorities in enforcing these laws.

19. SLSQ [How You Can Support Surf Life Saving]
You can support surf life saving in the following ways surf life saving RescueAppeal and Annual Door Knock The Annual Door Knock is a long held tradition

20. Portsea Surf Life Saving Club - Home
Includes club information and a list of events.
The Portsea Swim Classic is one of the largest open water swims held in Australia.
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Portsea still patrolling
The Portsea Surf Life Saving Club is still patrolling for swimmers on Saturday afternoons, 1.00pm - 5.00pm and Sundays from 9.30am to 5.00pm, until Easter.
Our volunteer lifesavers are there to assist all visitors to the Portsea Ocean Beach, so please don’t hesitate to seek their assistnace.
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Pier to Perignon 2003
The event was another great success with Nick Humphrey the first male home and Alex O'Shaughnessy the first female. Full results are available by clicking the link below. More Information
News archive
Want to become a member? Join Today See online a list of times that the Portsea Back Beach will be patrolled. View Times Legal Information Administration Sitemap Top

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