Queensland Cyclones win at the National Pool Championships!

It was a massive weekend for Queensland at the National Pool Rescue Championships, with thrills and spills, records broken and made.

Over 400 competitors from 11 to over 70 years of age arrived in Adelaide, ready to compete and make their clubs and states/territories proud.

The Queensland Cyclones took out the title of National Pool Rescue Championships, with 440 points placing the team as clear winners from the weekend, followed by New South Wales on 421 and West Australia for 366.

Queensland also had a great weekend overall, with Stephen Fry from Northcliffe breaking two world records and women’s 60-64 mannikin tow competitor Gay Bradley from Alexandra Headland smashing the existing world record by almost 7 seconds for a total of 1:29:52.

The open club competition was won by Currumbin SLSC Vikings, thanks to their amazing total of 581 points. Maroochydore SLSC received silver for their efforts with 248 points, making the Currumbin win even more impressive, with a 333 point difference between first and second.

Northcliffe SLSC took the bronze home, with 153 points accumulated during the weekend.

Congratulations to all participants and a special mention to Currumbin Vikings and the Queensland Cyclones, our new open club and interstate title champions!

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