IRB competition is an exciting and technical sport that showcases the skills of our volunteer lifesavers in simulated rescue scenarios. Competition gives our lifesavers a chance to hone their skills and abilities for real life situations while on patrol.
Join the Facebook event page here to keep up with the latest updates on the NSW IRB Championships.
Post event survey
Please assist us with your feedback www.surveymonkey.com/r/2015NSWIRBChampionships. This survey closes 11pm Sunday 12 July. Please ask all Team Members to complete.
Shoalhaven City Council Post Event Survey
Please ask all Team Members to complete a Shoalhaven City Council Post Event Survey here: www.surveymonkey.com/s/FD5GTJT. Feedback will greatly assist Shoalhaven City Council as our partner for the event.
If any of your team have taken photos or videos from the IRB State Championships which may be shared with SLSNSW, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Photos and videos may be used at the SLSNSW Awards of Excellence and various other promotions.
The photographer at the Presentation was from the Milton Ulladulla Times. Contact the Milton Ulladulla Times directly should you be interested in copies of the photos taken - www.ulladullatimes.com.au/contact
- 29 June 2015, Caves Beach take our NSW IRB Championship
- 25 June 2015, Countdown on for IRB Champs
- 19 June 2015, Mollymook Set for Super State Champs
- 16 June 2015, Kiama Downs Crowned Rubber Ducky Champions
- 12 June 2015, Tight at The Top in Rubber Ducky Premiership Series
- 29 May 2015, Rubber Duckies Head to Terrigal for Racing Double Header
- 15 May 2015, Rubber Duckies Racing Heads To Windang
- 1 May 2015, Rubber Duckies Return To Caves Beach For Racing Season Opener
- 29 June 2015, 2015 NSW IRB State Championships Results
- 17 June 2015, 2015 NSW IRB Premiership Progressive Point Score
Available links and Documents
- 30 June 2015, SLSA Circular: 14-15 35th ed. SLSA Surf Sports Manual Clarifications
- Book accommodation and things to do & see (shoalhavenholidays.com.au)
- 7 May 2015, Message from the Shoalhaven Council (pdf, 304kb)