2021 SLSSNB Branch Championships

The 2021 Surf Life Saving Sydney Northern Beaches Branch Championships will be held between January 2021 and March 2021. All event circulars and additional important event information will be posted and updated on this page.

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic situation, un-planned programming and scheduling changes may be required due to the public health status at the time and other external factors out of the control of SLSSNB.

These decisions will be made with as much notice as possible, and communicated via the following means and in the following order of priority –

Event Circulars

Please refer to the following event circular (revised on 15th January 2021) for information relating to the Branch Championships timetable and locations –

Circular 202101-01 – SLSSNB Branch Championships Event Information

Please refer to the following specific event circulars –

Circular 202101-02 – SLSSNB Masters Branch Championships

Circular 202101-03 – SLSSNB Open Branch Championships

Circular 202101-04 – SLSSNB Junior Branch Championships

Circular 202101-05 – SLSSNB R&R Branch Championships

Circular 202101-06 – SLSSNB Lifesaving Branch Championships

Circular 202101-07 – SLSSNB Branch Championships IRB Water Safety

Circular 202101-08 – SLSSNB Surf Boats Branch Championships

Circular 202101-09 – SLSSNB Branch Championships Composite Teams

Carnival Entries

The Carnival Entry system will be made available for all events in the coming days. Please refer to the Opens Entry Circular regarding the special requirements for entering the Lifesaver Relay.

Officials & Water Safety Nominations

Please refer to the Officials & Water Safety page to nominate for an Accredited Official or Water Safety role at any of the Branch Championship events.

Refer to the Officials & Water Safety Appointments page for details of allocations for each event.

Craft Scruitineering

Reminder that there is no formal scruitinnering taking place prior to the Branch Championships, and that the responsibility of all craft being safe and to SLSA specification is with the craft owner. Please refer to the previous memo outlining self checks that can be done to meet this requirement.



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