Lifesaving Sport Administration

 Lifesaving Sport is the world's most demanding, multi-disciplinary sport in the world; combining athletic ability with lifesaving skills and rescue equipment. Lifesaving Sport is unique because it is the only sport in which skills are learned for humanitarian purposes and then applied to competition.

As the Canadian sport governing body for lifesaving in Canada, the Society promotes healthy, active living through its Lifesaving Sport program across Canadian communities. Competition, staff training, and camaraderie are but a few of the opportunities to attract new participants to lifesaving programs, to showcase Canada's lifeguards, and to promote public awareness of our drowning and water-related injury prevention aims.

The Lifesaving Society is not just developing great lifesavers, but great Canadians.

Lifesaving Sport Camps 2018

The Lifesaving Society sport camps will focus on the acquisition of fundamental surf and beach skills and use of lifesaving sport equipment for beginners and more advanced skills and equipment use for those participants with more experience and skill.

Camps are open to athletes 8 years and older as well as coaches.

Participants are responsible for all logistics outside of camp time including, transportation, accommodation, meals, individual equipment (fins, wetsuits, etc.).

The registration fee is $15.00/per session. Note: Facilities may charge for spectators who attend the sessions.

Information Poster

REGISTER for the Calgary Sport Camps

REGISTER for the Edmonton Sport Camps

Top 10
Age Group Rankings

December 12, 2018 - after 1 meets

(individual and relay results)

  1. City of Wetaskiwin Orcas
  2. Tri Leisure Centre Blue Fins
  3. Town of Drayton Valley Lifesavers
  4. Town of Hinton Stingrays
  5. City of Lacombe Sea Lions
  6. Town of Jasper River Dragons



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