2018 Queensland Surf Life Saving Championships

2018 Queensland Surf Life Saving Championships

The pinnacle event on the SLSQ's sporting calendar, over 2,000 compete for state titles

Mar

16

to

Mar

18

Region
Queensland
Start
8:00 am
Finish
4:00 pm
Phone
+61 7 3846 8000
Email
info@lifesaving.com.au
Web
http://lifesaving.com.au/events/queensland-senior-state-championships

The pinnacle event on the SLSQ’s sporting calendar, the Queensland Surf life saving Championships see more than 2,000 competitors from all across Queensland line up each year to battle the surf, sand and each other in their quest for state glory.

Some of surf lifesaving’s greatest rivalries will be reignited when the state’s top Senior and Masters surf sport athletes contest the 2018 Queensland Surf Life Saving Championships across three days in March.

Find the order of events here:
2018 QLD Championships – Order of Events – Version 1
2018 QLD Masters Championships – Order of Events – Version 2

Download the venue map here: 2018 QLD Champs – Site Map – Maroochydore

Please click on the following links for more information:
194.11.17 – 2018 Queensland Surf Life Saving Championships – Entry Circular
193.11.17 – 2018 Queensland Surf Life Saving Championships – EOI Official Nominations

For a list of results, please click here.

For information on the Queensland Youth Surf Life Saving Championships, please click here.

 

             

 

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