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We have five new lifeguards!

Last month saw three people (Claire, Robbie and Rae) pass their Beach Lifeguard qualification and two (Kaz and Carl) pass their Surf Lifesaver Award. A big well done to all of them! A great way to round off the patrol season.
Unfortunately our weekend patrols are over for this year but we will still be at the hut on Sundays from 12:30.
In the mean time, if there are any problems then call International Rescue and ask for Thunderbirds 1, 2 and 4 ūüėČ

We have a YouTube page!

Hi guys,

This is to let you know we now have a YouTube page where we will post videos of some of the stuff we get up to at the club or when we’re away on trips and at competitions.

You can subscribe to our channel if you are already registered on YouTube to keep yourself up to date on the latest goings on.

Below is the link to the page, enjoy!


Thursday Night Training

Thursday night training has started down at the beach hut from 6pm and will last around an hour.

At the moment, Thursday nights are mainly for land based activities such as sprints, beach flags and circuits.

This is as well as the Friday swimming and Sunday training and patrols.

Come on down!

ASLSC Support the Nippy Dipper Boxing Day Swim

Boxing Day Swim 2009

Many thanks to Phil, Mark and Antoinette for providing cover – Nobody died, Winner!

Success at the Zapcat Celtic Cup

Chris Sergent crewing center boat

ASLSC's Paul Sargent crewing middle boat

Aberdeen Surf Life Saving Club member Paul Sargent¬†competed in the first Zapcat Celtic Cup with our sponsor, Marin Subsea’s team¬†Scottish Highlanders – Guardian of Scotland. Paul’s team managed a very respectable 13th despite this being his first competition.

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Marine Conservation Society Beach Clean-up

Andrew Burns, Shona Brown, Mark Bragg¬†and Chris Leach from Aberdeen Surf Life Saving club participated in the Marine Conservation Society’s Beachwatch Big Weekend.¬†The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) has organized the Beachwatch Big Weekend, a nation-wide beach clean-up and litter survey every year since 1993. The¬†Beachwatch Big Weekend takes place once every year, always on the third weekend of September to coincide with the International Coastal Clean (ICC) up.

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Mark Bragg survived the 50th Annual Liffy Decent International kayak marathon in Dublin this weekend

“It’s a bit like¬†off road stock car racing in kayaks. The race was 18 miles long, has 13 big wiers, several rapids and had 1020 competitors. We managed to stay dryish on 4 of the wiers, the rest we swam on,¬†ripped 2 big holes in the boat, sank,¬†repaired it with sticky insulation tape and limped into the finish¬†– Brilliant – can’t wait till next year. ”

This was the 1st wier, we are in Blue kayak at 2.08 minutes in:

Integrate Paddling Training Night

Local kayak club Integrate Paddling held a beginners training session outside the ASLSC club hut on Thursday. The session covered everything from basic forward propulsion, paddling technique, maneuvering to getting in and out of your kayak whilst looking cool.

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…and I would paddle 750 miles, and I would 750 more…

Ok, it doesn’t quite fit the song but we say hat’s off to club member Mark Bragg, who has started an epic journey attempting to kayak around Scotland. Personally, to the the harbour and back is enough for me! Check out his progress below. If anyone is free when he passes Aberdeen, it would be great to give him an escort!

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Solstice Club Competition

The first ever Sciottish Solstace Surf Life Saving Competition has been and gone; I have a feeling it won’t be the last one. Well done to all those that competed especially Steve & Sian, the overall Men’s and Women’s Champions. Also mention should go to Dan and Tom, the officail adjudicators on the day.

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