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Senior States Wrap

Thursday, March 14th, 2019

What a fan­tas­tic States Cam­paign Mul­laloo has had. We have come 4th over­all and attribute the suc­cess to the com­mit­ment and effort of our ath­letes!

Huge thanks to all our coach­es from the beach to the water and in between! Thanks to the Team Man­agers that cor­ralled the troops and ensured the week­end went smooth­ly. Thanks to the offi­cials, water safe­ty, par­ents and sup­port­ers — we need­ed all of you!

Please view the image gal­leries below and remem­ber, you can pur­chase the images from the pho­tog­ra­phers.

Andrew May­ber­ry gallery  •  Tony Bow­ers gallery  •  Club gallery

2019 STATE CHAMPIONS

Open Female Surf Race, Cham­pi­on – Soraya Lee
Open Female Board Res­cue Cham­pi­ons – Neve Macleod, Soraya Lee
U19 Iron­woman Cham­pi­on – Soraya Lee
U19 Female Board Res­cue Cham­pi­ons – Neve, Soraya
U19 Female 2km beach run Cham­pi­on – Lil­ly Rosich
U19 Male Short Course Surf Boat, Cham­pi­ons – Big Rigs – Tyler Nuku, Sean Coven­try, Luke Tris­ton, Isaac Crothers, Stu­art Clarke–sweep
U19 Male 2km beach run Cham­pi­on – Ben Hillen
U17 Cham­pi­on Life­saver, Cham­pi­on – Neve Macleod
U17 Female Sin­gle Ski, Cham­pi­on – Har­ri­et Brown
U17 Male Sprint, Cham­pi­on – Aaron Gigney
U15 Female Board Race, Cham­pi­on – Leah Mar­tin

2019 Silver Medallists

Open Female iron­woman, Sil­ver – Soraya Lee
U19 Female Surf Race, Sil­ver – Soraya Lee
U19 Male Board Res­cue, Sil­ver – Ben Hillen, Har­ry Jones
U19 Male Surf Teams, Sil­ver – Ayden Bar­tle, Jake Bat­tle, Ben, Har­ry
U19 Male Surf Boat, Sil­ver – Tyler Nuku, Sean Coven­try, Luke Tris­ton, Isaac Crothers, Stuart–sweep
U19 Female Taplin Relay, Sil­ver – Har­ri­et Brown, Soraya, Lil­ly
U19 Female Surf Teams, Sil­ver – Soraya, Neve, Zara Mar­tin, Lil­ly Rosich
U19 Female Ski Relay, Sil­ver – Har­ri­et Brown, Asha Mac­don­ald-Razvi, Sarah May
U19 Female Dou­ble Ski, Sil­ver – Har­ri­et, Soraya
U19 Female Board Relay, Sil­ver – Soraya, Neve, Lil­ly
U19 Female Res­cue Tube Res­cue, Sil­ver – Soraya, Asha, Zara, Lil­ly
U19 Female Short Course Surf Boat, Sil­ver – Neptune’s Daugh­ters – Sophie Hum­mer­ston, Elise Dag­nia, Anna Greg­son, Ciera Mad­den, Stu­art Clarke–sweep
U17 Female Board Race, Sil­ver – Neve Macleod
U17 Female Ski Relay, Sil­ver – Har­ri­et, Neve, Sarah
U17 March Past, Sil­ver – Leigh Kim­ber, Elli van den Broeke, Anni­ka Ras­mussen, Katie Wad­dell, Danielle Hon­or, Sophie Mills, Edie Bush­by, Ava Bush­by, Zara Mar­tin, Aimee Hon­or, Har­ri­et Brown, Jen­na Stum­mer
U15 Female Iron­woman, Sil­ver – Leah Mar­tin
U15 Male Beach Flags, Sil­ver – Mitch Eady
U15 Female 2km beach run, Sil­ver – Leah Mar­tin
U14 Female 2km beach run, Sil­ver – Clau­dia Dineen
Youth Male Beach Relay, Sil­ver – Dar­ren Bean-Han­ni­gan, Math­ew de Bruyn, Mitch Eady, Deakin Lee

2019 Bronze Medallists

Open Female Taplin Relay, Bronze – Har­ri­et, Soraya, Neve
Open Mixed Surf Boat Relay, Bronze –Tyler Nuku, Sean Coven­try, Jamie Col­bourne, Isaac Crothers, Stuart–sweep, Matt Col­bourne, Jake Platt, Adam Sami, Nic de Bom­ford, Mark Donnelly–sweep, Elise Dag­nia, Anna Greg­son, Sophie Hum­mer­ston, Rachel Greene, Stu­art Clarke–sweep
U19 Male 2km beach run, Bronze – Har­ry Jones
U19 Female Surf Race, Bronze – Lil­ly Rosich
U19 Female Surf Boat, Bronze – Elise Dag­nia, Anna Greg­son, Sophie Hum­mer­ston, Ciera Mad­den, Stu­art Clarke–sweep
U17 Female Sin­gle Ski, Bronze – Neve Macleod
U17 Male Beach Flags, Bronze – Coop­er Schulz
U17 Male Beach Relay, Bronze – Jake Bat­tle, Aaron Gigney, Caleb Mills, Coop­er Schulz
U17 Female Board Relay, Bronze – Har­ri­et, Neve, Zara
U15 Male Beach Sprints, Bronze – Mitch Eady
U15 Female Beach Sprints, Bronze – Alana Sim
Youth Female Beach Relay, Bronze – Alyssa Cal­non, Mol­ly Dray­cott, Alana Sim, Elli van den Broeke

R&R Championships held at Sorrento on Saturday 16 February

U15 5 Per­son R&R, Cham­pi­ons – Aimee Hon­or, Anni­ka Ras­mussen, Leah Mar­tin, Katie Wad­dell, Ella Bartholomew

Open 6 Per­son R&R, Sil­ver – Ava Bush­by, Fred­die For­shaw-Ellis, Jake Bat­tle, Rob Amos, Deb­o­rah Swan, Paul Brier­ley

U15 5 Per­son R&R, Sil­ver – Sophie Mills, Edie Bush­by, Leigh Kim­ber, Jen­na Stum­mer, Elli Van Den Broeke

Open Female 5 Per­son R&R, Bronze – Danielle Hon­or, Ava Bush­by, Zara Mar­tin, Neve Macleod, Har­ri­et Brown

Open Mixed 5 Per­son R&R, Bronze – Fred­die For­shaw-Ellis, Neve Macleod, Dara Mills, Rob Amos, Paul Brier­ley

Coach Paul Brier­ley was super proud of all of the teams and he has done such an awe­some job over the year get­ting them to this stan­dard. Well done every­one and thank you to Paul!

Belt Race Championships held at Sorrento on Saturday 16 February

Open Female Belt Race, Cham­pi­on – Soraya Lee

U17 Male Belt Race, Bronze – Jake Bat­tle

U17 Female Belt Race, Bronze – Neve Macleod

Our belt rac­ers could not have done their race with­out the reel team – Paul Brier­ley, Rus­sell Gould, Mandy Lee, Car­lo Tenaglia – thank you!

 

Surf Boat Interstates

Thursday, March 14th, 2019

Our Big Rigs (U19 Male: Tyler Nuku, Sean Coven­try, Luke Tris­ton, Isaac Crothers) and Neptune’s Daugh­ters (U19 Female: Elise Dag­nia, Anna Greg­son, Sophie Hum­mer­ston, Ciera Mad­den) surf boat crews com­pet­ed at the Aus­tralian Surf Row­ers League Aus­tralian Open and rep­re­sent­ed WA in the inter-State Chal­lenge on 15–17 Feb­ru­ary. They both placed 4th in their indi­vid­ual age group State v State race and com­pet­ed admirably in the youth and all cat­e­gories relay races.

On the Sat­ur­day in the Club v Club com­pe­ti­tion, Neptune’s Daugh­ters made a good show­ing but were ham­pered by a shoul­der injury.

The Big Rigs rowed excep­tion­al­ly well to make it through to the Sun­day knock out series but a bout of gas­tro for three of the row­ers meant they bare­ly made it to the start line and ‘gassed out’ by the gate cans in their first elim­i­na­tion round. Both crews showed their high qual­i­ty wave skills in what was again an epic swell at Elouera Beach NSW.

Shout out to Louise Nuku, Gail Tris­ton and Sophie Hum­mer­ston in organ­is­ing the vari­ety of fundrais­ing efforts that the crews have been involved in.

Thanks to the North Cottes­loe and City of Perth crews for their sup­port on the beach shift­ing boats – great cama­raderie! Thanks to the par­ents for the sup­port on and off the beach also!

Thanks to the Club for their sup­port of these fine young row­ers who exem­pli­fied Club pride through­out the tour. Thank you Stu­art Clarke who coached, swept and guid­ed both the crews through­out the sea­son.

View the great image gallery here — thanks Louise Nuku!

SLSWA Team App for Surf Sports Notifications

Thursday, November 8th, 2018

This sea­son, Surf Life Sav­ing WA is using the ‘Team App’ smart­phone appli­ca­tion to send out updates and noti­fi­ca­tions to com­peti­tors regard­ing all events for the com­ing surf sea­son. The ‘Team App’ is the main point of com­mu­ni­ca­tion between the SLSWA event staff and com­peti­tors. It is rec­om­mend­ed that club staff, coach­es, age group man­agers, ath­letes etc. sign up for this appli­ca­tion to receive impor­tant event infor­ma­tion.

Please see the below instruc­tions to under­stand what ‘Team App’ is and how to use it. It may also be help­ful to vis­it the web­site for fur­ther clar­i­fi­ca­tion at https://www.teamapp.com/faqs.

How do I use the Team App?

Down­load ‘Team App’ from your App Store or Google Play. Once you have down­loaded the app and cre­at­ed a user login, search for ‘SLSWA Sport’ in the search bar at the top of the screen and click on it to join and get access to the feed.

From here you will be able to access news feeds, event infor­ma­tion, key event doc­u­ments as well as all the lat­est and up to date infor­ma­tion on Surf Sports. By join­ing the group and turn­ing on your mobile app noti­fi­ca­tions, you will receive an imme­di­ate text and email update as they are post­ed, ensur­ing you nev­er miss any impor­tant infor­ma­tion! You can unsub­scribe to the email updates if you wish by click­ing on the unsub­scribe but­ton at the bot­tom of the email.

Bunbury Carnival Update

Friday, January 22nd, 2016

Event Pro­gram:

Please note slight changes to the pro­gram of each are­na as well as the lay­out of the beach are­nas, refer lat­est ver­sion and down­load REVISED PROGRAM HERE

Bun­bury Surf Boat Are­na draw can be down­loaded here.

Com­peti­tor Reg­is­tra­tion Num­bers:

Can be down­loaded here – COMPETITOR REGISTRATION NUMBERS

Grand Parade:

There are 24 surf life­sav­ing clubs being rep­re­sent­ed this week­end, it would be great to see all of the Mul­laloo con­tin­gent be part of our parade par­ty.

All Age Beach Relay (Juniors):

All Age Beach Relay, please ensure you have a team sheet filled out and know who the first, sec­ond, third and fourth run­ners will be as soon as pos­si­ble pri­or to mar­shalling for the event. No oth­er junior events start until these are com­plete so we’ll run them as effi­cient­ly as pos­si­ble but require your help at mar­shalling. Down­load TEAM SHEET HERE

Team Events:

Please ensure that team sheets are pro­vid­ed at mar­shalling for all team events in all are­nas, exclud­ing surf boats. If you have a competitor(s) that are com­pet­ing in anoth­er are­na, ensure that a proxy is in at mar­shalling so the offi­cials know you have a person/team com­ing from anoth­er are­na. It’s a big pro­gram to get through and there’ll be a rea­son­able wait for com­peti­tors if required but the offi­cials will not hold too long that it incon­ve­niences every­one. Down­load TEAM SHEET HERE

Park­ing:

Please refer to the Bun­bury Park­ing map which details gear trail­er park­ing areas and gen­er­al park­ing areas. Down­load MAP HERE

First Aid, Water Safe­ty and IRB Ros­ters:

All com­pet­ing clubs are to note the ros­ter for safe­ty per­son­nel on page 2 of the event pro­gram. First Aid vol­un­teers can report to the First Aid Van. All Water safe­ty per­son­nel are to wear the Orange Water Safe­ty Rashie and Cap (pre­ferred option) or a Patrol Uni­form and must bring either a Res­cue Tube or a Res­cue Board from their club. Sim­i­lar­ly, all IRB per­son­nel are to report to Kings­ley Smith and are to wear a PFD when dri­ving or crew­ing an IRB which are to be sup­plied by their club also. There are no spare PFDs or res­cue equip­ment avail­able and we rely on all clubs ros­tered to sup­ply this gear. Ensure it is all labelled with your club’s details to ensure you get it back at the end of your shift.

Thank you City of Bun­bury SLSC:

Please sup­port the host club City of Bun­bury SLSC as they are putting on a great Coun­try Car­ni­val for us with lots of refresh­ments and activ­i­ties through­out the week­end. Down­load WEEKEND POSTER INFO HERE or vis­it their web­site at bunburyslsc.com.au for fur­ther infor­ma­tion.

2013 Senior State Championships

Monday, March 11th, 2013

For all the info in regard to the upcom­ing 2013 Senior State Cham­pi­onships please see below:

Entry Close Date

Giv­en entries for the Senior States close Thurs­day, 14 March 2013 it is request­ed you enter your reg­is­tra­tion before this date as teams need to be entered by this date — we need to be aware of the pool of ath­letes we have pri­or to team selec­tion.

The cost this year is $40, entries after this date will be charged $80!

Event Program

The pro­gram is large­ly the same as last year with the only adjust­ment being the mar­shalling times for U15 flags on Sun­day morn­ing (ear­li­er than the oth­er age groups). An event map is being finalised with the City of Stir­ling cur­rent­ly and will be avail­able soon…

Down­load 2013 Senior State Cham­pi­onship pro­gram

Scrutineering

All skis and boards must be scru­ti­neered pri­or to com­pet­ing in the cham­pi­onships on 23/24 March at Trigg Island SLSC. The fol­low­ing dates/times have been allo­cat­ed to scru­ti­neer­ing:

Sat­ur­day 16 March 12 noon-3pm – City Beach Oval car park

and also on Fri­day 22 March 5pm-6:30pm – Trigg Island – At the grassed area between the two main carparks (near the Trigg Kiosk change rooms which is the loca­tion used the pre­vi­ous two sea­sons).

Eligibility Requirements

Can be viewed in the Com­pe­ti­tion Pro­fi­cien­cy Bul­letin. But essen­tial­ly it is 16 hours of patrol pri­or to end of Decem­ber 2012. u14s who attained their SRC in Novem­ber have to have com­plet­ed 8 hours of patrol pri­or to end of Decem­ber 2012.

New mem­bers (cal­cu­lat­ed from when they com­plete their rel­e­vant award) and for­mer mem­bers rejoin­ing dur­ing the peri­od 1 Jan­u­ary 2012 to 31 Decem­ber 2012 are required to com­plete patrol hours in accor­dance with the fol­low­ing table:

Award Gained/Returning mem­ber pro­fi­cien­cy date dur­ing 2012 Min­i­mum Patrol Hour Require­ment (Active & Under 15) Min­i­mum Patrol Hour Require­ment (Active Reserve)
Jan­u­ary 2012 16 8
Feb­ru­ary 2012 15 8
March 2012 12 8
April – Sep­tem­ber 2012 8 4
Octo­ber 2012 8 4
Novem­ber 2012 8 4
Decem­ber 2012 4 4

NOTE I: For­mer mem­bers are defined as those who have rejoined after pre­vi­ous mem­ber­ship has lapsed. (Eg mem­bers who were not pro­fi­cient and finan­cial for the 2011/12 sea­son)

NOTE II: New mem­bers join­ing after 1 Jan­u­ary 2013 must obtain their respec­tive award, ful­fill new mem­ber require­ments (patrol hours) which have been set at a min­i­mum of four (4) hours pri­or to the close of entries. NOTE III: Mem­bers rejoin­ing after 1 Jan­u­ary 2013 must obtain their pro­fi­cien­cy by the 31st Jan­u­ary, ful­fill new mem­ber require­ments (patrol hours) which have been set at a min­i­mum of four (4) hours pri­or to the close of entries.

Camera use during competition (e.g. GoPro)

SLSA has released a bul­letin relat­ing to the use of cam­eras dur­ing com­pe­ti­tion. As such, cam­era mounts are per­mit­ted on skis and senior boards (not nip­per boards) pro­vid­ing it fol­lows the guide­lines list­ed in the bul­letin. The weight of any plugs per­ma­nent­ly installed into the craft to attach the video cam­era shall be includ­ed in the over­all weight of the craft. The weight of oth­er (non-per­ma­nent­ly installed) mounts and cam­era are NOT to be includ­ed in the over­all weight of the craft.

Officials and Team Managers Briefing (Senior and Junior State Champs info combined)

A brief­ing will be held here at SLSWA Head Office this Wednes­day evening 6pm-7pm. This brief­ing is utilised to dis­cuss rel­e­vant rules, poli­cies and pro­ce­dures relat­ing to the oper­a­tions of the cham­pi­onships.

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If you require any fur­ther infor­ma­tion, please con­tact Sandy, Gen­er­al Man­ag­er Surf Sports.

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Joondalup Autumn Classic Aquathlon

Tuesday, January 29th, 2013

A run-swim-run on the 30 March 2013 locat­ed at Mul­laloo Beach. Var­i­ous race dis­tances for kids through to full cours­es for seniors. Pre­sent­ed by Team XTR Tri Club and XTR Mul­ti­sports.

This event will also fea­ture as a Clubs Chal­lenge where Triathlon and Surf Life Sav­ing Clubs will fight it out to be crowned the over­all JA Clas­sic Aquathlon cham­pi­ons under the fol­low­ing cat­e­go­ry:

  • Fastest club based on top ten per­for­mances!

So who will take out the JA Clas­sic Aquathlon chal­lenge on Mul­laloo Beach?

Vis­it www.jaclassic.com or email info@jaclassic.com for race entries and fur­ther details.

Down­load Aquathlon Fly­er

2012 Junior States Program

Wednesday, March 7th, 2012

Lat­est pro­gram and map for the 2012 Junior State Cham­pi­onships at Fre­man­tle this Sat­ur­day and Sun­day 3–4 March.

Down­load PDF here.