September 2019

Team Scotland are delighted to announce their National and Development Teams.

Team Manager
John Walker 

Coach
Stephen Ward

National Team
Shaunna Anderson - Beeslack
Sam Carpenter - Blyth
Hannah Masterton - East Kilbride
Luisa Petta - Crawley
Rebecca Stewart - Heanor
James Miller - East Kilbride
Steven Tweedale - East Kilbride
Joseph Walker - Beeslack
Iain Wilson - East Kilbride
Ben Witz - Heanor
Kirsten Barnett - East Kilbride
Iona Halford - East Kilbride

Development Team
Emily Masterton - East Kilbride
Clare McDonald - East Kilbride|
Adele Tait - Beeslack
Ethan Cameron - East Kilbride
Callum Gilroy - Blyth
Rowen Marwick - Beeslack
Logan McCulloch - East Kilbride
Christopher Van Der Merwe


July 2019

Team Wales are delighted to announce their National and Development Teams.

Team Manager
Jon Gwynn – Mumbles

Assistant Team Manager
Simon Parker - Vale Surf Lifesaving Club

National Team
Zara Williams – Mumbles / Crawley Town
Hannah Davidson - Sker & Pink Bay
Millie Rees – Mumbles
Sarah Falconer – Mumbles / Sheffield University
Emily Parker - Vale Surf Lifesaving Club
Rhys Wydenbach - Pen-y-bont
Jason Grice - Rhoose Lifeguards
Daniel Waterfall - Ripley SLSC
Adam Reed – Torbay
Alex Jackson – Crawley Town

Development Team
Abi Carson – Pen-y-bont
Meriel Clode - Pen-y-bont
Emily Ezard - Pen-y-bont
Leonora Breheny - Sker & Pink Bay
Rhiannon Jones - Centurion
Reuben Hopkin - Vale Surf Lifesaving Club
Gareth Abbott-Haigh - Mumbles
Declan Ewington - Vale Surf Lifesaving Club
Ryder Taylor – Mumbles
Tom Horn - Rest Bay


June 2019

Team England are delighted to announce their National and Development Teams.

National Team
Male
James Blaby - Loughborough Students Lifesaving Club
Richard Jagger - Crawley Town Lifesaving Club
Sam Lawman - Crawley Town Lifesaving Club / Loughborough Students Lifesaving Club
Andrew Morley - Loughborough Students Lifesaving Club
Ben Taylor Walsh - Crawley Town Lifesaving Club

Female
Rachel Carrol - Leeds Phoenix Lifesaving Club/Blyth Lifeguard and Swimming Club
Rebecca Matthews - Leeds Phoenix Lifesaving Club
Marina Macartney - Crawley Town Life Saving Club
Jayne Stallion - Heanor Swimming and Life Saving Club
Amy Young - Loughborough Students Lifesaving Club

Development Team
Male
Elliot Key - Beacon Lifesaving Club
Thomas Trebilcock - Gyllyngvase Surf Lifesaving Club
James Vick - Loughborough Students Lifesaving Club
James Warren - Leeds Phoenix Lifesaving Club
Ryan Wheeler - Beacon Lifesaving Club

Reserve - Martin Schofield - Crawley Town Life Saving Club

Female
Stephanie Cummins - Loughborough Students Lifesaving Club
Lauren Gordon - Blyth Lifeguard and Swimming Club
Emma Reilly – Warwick University Lifesaving Club
Elizabeth Scammell - Loughborough Students Lifesaving Club
Amy Weston - South Worcester Lifeguard Club

Reserve - Jess Bunn - Leeds Phoenix Lifesaving Club / Loughborough Students Lifesaving Club


Lifesaving South Africa have Pleasure In Announcing The National Teams And Management For The 2019 RLSS Commonwealth Festival Of Lifesaving Taking Place From The 21st – 23rd November 2019 At Leeds, United Kingdom:

National Team
Female                            
Tove Van Zyl                      
Amica De Jager                  
Sulinke Van Den Berg         
Deborah Dredge                 
Bianca Opperman

Male
Johan Lourens
Ricardo Peach
Ricardo Peach
Rudolf Van Graan
Ockert Van Schalkwyk

National Team Manager: Annelie Lourens
National Team Coach: Lynette Van Rensburg

President Team
Female                             
Kendra Du Toit                   
Carli Smit                         
Mira Greyling                     
Chrisna Venter                   
Jordan Hughes                   

Male
Kian Du Toit
Mark Kleinhans
Matthew Bowyer 
Andre Mouton
Owen Diesel

Development Team Manager: Valencia Walker
Development Team Coach: Hanlie Ochse

We wish the team all the success at the 2019 RLSS Commonwealth Festival of Lifesaving!!


January 2019

The Royal Life Saving Society UK is Delighted to confirm Ben Stevens as England manager for the upcoming Commonwealth Festival of Lifesaving, Read more.


We are delighted to announce that the following group rates have been agreed for accommodation:

For all those looking to book their accommodation for the Festival we have a group deal with the following hotels :
Holiday Inn Express Leeds Armouries

3 star hotel

The room rate is £85.00 per night for all nights, single or double occupancy, bed & breakfast, with a £30.00 charge for a 3rd guest (sofa bed).

https://www.hiexleeds.co.uk/

The Holiday Inn Express® Leeds City Centre - Armouries hotel is five minutes' walk from the city centre, and 10 minutes from Leeds Central train station. The M621 motorway, with connections to Liverpool and Manchester, is less than a mile away. There's discounted parking at the multi-storey car park next door.


Holiday inn booking info:

Contact number: 0113 380 4400, option 0

Code: CON

Guarantee: Guests will be asked to provide a payment to guarantee their bookings with payment on departure

Clayton Hotel Leeds 
4 star hotel

Monday 18th – Friday 22nd (inclusive) £90.00 single, £100.00 double, £125.00 triple occupancy

Saturday 23rd £120.00 single, £130.00 double, £155.00 triple occupancy

Sunday 24th - £60.00 single, £70.00 double, £95.00 triple occupancy

https://www.claytonhotelleeds.com/

Found on the south side of Leeds city centre, easily accessible from the motorway, Leeds Bradford Airport and Leeds Railway Station.

With secure, underground car park available for guests; Clayton Hotel is a great base for visiting Leeds popular tourist attractions, stylish shopping scene and exciting nightlife.

Clayton booking info:

Group Code - RLSS 181119

Dialling - 0113 234 2340 Option 1 for Reservations

Emailing - [email protected]


December 2018

Application for volunteers for Commonwealth Festival of Lifesaving Opens


November 2018

Call for Technical officials for the Commonwealth Festival of Lifesaving


November 2018

Commonwealth Facebook group and Twitter is all set and ready to go.  Follow all the action and get the latest details  

Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/CFOL2019/?ref=group_header

Twitter - @CFOL2019


July 2018

Management Committee Announced

Clive

Holland

Commonwealth Representative

Elaine

Lewis

Championship Organiser

Alan

Sutherland

Challenge Organiser

Oliver

Colman

Head Scorer

Pam

Oddy

Equipment Officer

Luke

Peel

Deputy Scorer

Ellie

Prail

Sports Governance Group Representative

Teresa

Myatt

Staff

Elouise

Greenwood

Festival Manager


March 2018

Call for Management Committee Volunteers – Those with management experience are asked to apply for positions on the management committee.


December 2017

We are excited to announce that the RLSS Commonwealth has chosen RLSS UK, to host the 2019 Festival of Lifesaving!

The announcement has been met with great delight by all those involved, particularly those who represented the home nations earlier this, year in Durban, South Africa.

“We are very proud to be chosen as hosts for the Commonwealth Festival of Lifesaving, as it makes a welcome return to the UK. It is a massive coup for us. We’ll hit the ground running in 2018 to ensure that we, as a governing body, delivery a festival to remember!”

Di Steer RLSS UK CEO

The UK has previously hosted the Commonwealth Championships several times throughout the 90s and early 00s, and RLSS UK are thrilled to have the new-look event, heading back here in 2019.

The festival aims to encourage participation in lifesaving sport and further development of lifesaving practices, as well as bringing the lifesaving family together. In addition to the Commonwealth Lifesaving Championships, the 2019 event will also include an individual skill element and a non-competitive sports section.

More event details will follow in the new year.


December 2017

RLSS UK are excited to announce that the RLSS Commonwealth has chosen RLSS UK, to host the 2019 Festival of Lifesaving!

The Commonwealth Festival of Lifesaving will be held from 21 – 23 November 2019, in Leeds and this will be the second Festival in the new format.

The festival aims to encourage participation in lifesaving sport and further development of lifesaving practices, as well as bringing the lifesaving family together. In addition to the Commonwealth Lifesaving Championships, the 2019 event will also include an individual skill element and a non-competitive sports section.