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As a sport, Life Saving encompasses various activities from Board Rescue to Beach Runs, from Manikin Tow to Inflatable Rescue Boat Team Rescue races. However, Life Saving is a recognised discipline with the ICF thanks to its Surfski Racing.
In these events, competitors steady their skis in line in knee-deep water about 1.5 m apart. On the starting signal, competitors paddle their skis around the course marked by buoys and return to finish when any part of the ski crosses the in-water finish line, the Surfskis can be ridden, gripped, or carried by the competitor. In contrast to Surfski, Life Saving Surfski races are short distance.
For more information see www.ilsf.org.
Phone: +41 21 612 02 90 Fax: +41 21 612 02 91