There are several water sports and water-safety events taking place around the UK. We’ll keep this page constantly updated with all the major events that may be of interest to our members and the general public.

For further information on any of the events below, please contact the organisers directly or for RLSS UK events please contact Stuart Haynes on 0300 3230 096 or email [email protected]

 

Speeds

Speeds

25 — 26 February 2017 — Ponds Forge, Sheffield, West Yorkshire

The National Speed Championships sees lifesaving athletes aged 12 and upwards from across the UK and Ireland competing for national titles in what is the only sport that has a humanitarian foundation.

BULSCA National Lifesaving Championships

BULSCA National Lifesaving Championships

11 — 12 March 2017 — Swansea, West Glamorgan

BULSCA’s Student Championships is a two day event where the best student lifesavers from across the UK come to compete.

RLSS UK Open Water Festival Ragley Crawl

RLSS UK Open Water Festival Ragley Crawl

21 May 2017 — Ragley Hall, Warwickshire

RLSS UK is proud to announce the return of the Ragley Crawl for 2017. The event will take place at Ragley Hall, Warwickshire and is a fantastic opportunity for novice and experienced open water swimmers to experience open water swimming in the grounds of one of the country’s premier stately homes.

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RLSS UK Conference

RLSS UK Conference

01 — 02 July 2017 — Midlands, Nationwide

The annual conference of RLSS UK, is an event that brings together key charity supporters from across the UK and Ireland.

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Commonwealth Festival of Lifesaving Sport

Commonwealth Festival of Lifesaving Sport

08 — 12 August 2017 — Durban, South Africa, Nationwide

The Commonwealth Festival of Lifesaving Sport aims to encourage participation and lifesaving development.

European Lifesaving Championships

European Lifesaving Championships

03 — 10 September 2017 — Belgium, Nationwide

Honours

Honours

30 September 2017 — London, Greater London

The annual National Honours Ceremony is designed to say a thank you to all that contribute to a reduction in drowning across the UK and Ireland.

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