Umina life savers win medals at world championships
Umina Surf Life Saving Club members have collected a gold and two bronze medals for Australia at the International Life Saving Federation's 2018 Lifesaving World Championships held in Adelaide.
The championships are conducted every two years and attracts lifesavers from across the world.
Umina sent a small team of competitors to represent Australia.
The standout performance for Umina came from Allie Tucker who took out gold in the women's sprint to be crowned the World Sprint Champion
Allie, along with Christine Bishop and Julz Jay Reeves-Jowett also picked up a bronze in the beach relay.
Rounding out Umina's medals was Jason Tucker, who picked up a bronze in the two kilometre run.
Website, 27 Nov 2018
Conny Wilson, Lifesaving World Championships 2018
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