Surf Sports competition offers our volunteers the chance to test their skills and fitness against the very best lifesavers from around the country at various local, state and national carnivals.
Surf Sports incorporates several different events based on the skills required on the job as a surf life saver.
Stockton Surf Life Saving Club has numerous Branch, State and National champions during our 100+ years and currently is experiencing growth from our Nippers that we’re sure will lead to a generation of successful athletes with in Surf Sports.
The Club offers professional coaching to our members at all skill levels, whether you just want to keep fit or if you are training for competition. Our Junior Coaching programs currently conducted by Warren Smith is helping our next generation of athletes develop to their full potential.
Interested in becoming a surf sports competitor?
If you would like to try your hand at any of these Surf Sports Events, you will first need to Join Us!
Every athlete must have a minimum qualification of either a Surf Rescue Certificate (Juniors) or a Bronze Medallion and must meet the patrol hour requirements according to their membership category to compete at State & National Titles.
Find out more about membership registrations on our website.
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