The School Surf League is an exciting summer event in the Surf Life Saving Surf Sports calendar. The competition aims to provide secondary school students with an alternative sporting experience that tests endurance, strength, speed and agility in the most natural sporting arena - the beach.
The league has been designed to not only teach students Surf Life Saving related skills, but it encourages young people to adapt existing skills to a new environment and become involved in a great part of Australian culture. It also provides young people with the opportunity to experience the exhilaration of Surf Sports competition and enables them to emulate their favourite Ironman or Ironwoman.
The format of the league comprises of activities relating to surf swimming, beach sprints and flags and board paddling. It enables students to test their abilities against themselves, the environment and students from other schools.
The competition is open to all Victorian secondary schools, via an online team entry (see details below).
SCHOOL SURF LEAGUE WINNERS 2012
Congratulations to The Peninsula School who won the Female division and Scotch College for winning the Male division.
2013 SCHOOL SURF LEAGUE .....WATCH THIS SPACE!!
In 2013 School Surf League will be moving from Term (1) one to Term (4) four to try and suit more schools and expand the event to a wider demographic.
Changes to look out for:
- New Events
- Twilight Events
- New Schools
- New venues
- New format of events, inline with lifesaving carnivals
- New team structures
For further information or to register your interest, please contact:
200 The Boulevard, Port Melbourne
Ph: 03 9676 6937
Email: Aquatic Sports