SSLC continues to ride the waves to success

It wasn’t quite like Lake Huron as the Saugeen Shores Lifesaving Club (SSLC) competed at the Nationals in Nova Scotia but that didn’t deter the team.

They placed 2nd in all of Canada losing by only 150 points to Nova Scotia’s team.

                                                                        Not quite like Lake Huron!

SSLC continues to make a name for itself against many larger clubs from urban centres as team members and coaches continue to ride the waves of success in lifesaving techniques through hard word, determination and commitment.

Photos by Jane Barrett

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Riding the Waves

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                                                          Saugeen Shores Lifesaving Team

Three SSLC athletes, River Saliba, Brady Phillips and Colette Barrett were named to the Canadian National Team which will travel to Riccione, Italy in November 2020 for the Lifesaving World Championship. Two other SSLC athletes, David Parsons and Natalia Perico were named to the Canadian roster.

Four SSLC athletes have also been recognized by being selected to the Canadian Development Team traveling to Leeds in the UK to compete in the Festival of Lifesaving in November 2019. They are: Madi McNeil, Colette Barrett, Jayson Horseman and Natalia Perico.