HLSC Sport offers all members, junior and senior, the opportunity to train and compete in a friendly, fun and supportive fitness environment. Whether you want to be the winner of the next Ironman Series or just want to participate for fun and fitness, there will be a program, training or events for you. We offer sport in the form of beach and pool carnivals, IRB racing and lifesaving and rescue events.
|To find out about the Sport Squad and associated training sessions, events and fun activities, make sure you download and register with HLSC TeamApp. TeamApp will keep you informed about sport, member fitness and events, as well as other Club activities. Instructions for TeamApp are here: TeamAppInstructions2016.|
|Our Junior Competition Team has members ranging from 7 to 14 years of age. Junior sport is a great way for younger children to develop confidence around the water and to develop a range of skills relating to lifesaving. Regardless of ability, all team members feel welcome in a fun, fantastic and supportive team. If you are interested in finding out more about Junior Sport, contact Michael Pratt.|
|Senior competitors are between 15 and 29 years of age. Often by this stage, competitors have decided to specialise in events, whether that be on the beach, the water or in rescue/ lifesaver events. The Senior Sport Squad offers great rewards in terms of fitness, friendships and goal-setting. In 2018, our Senior Sport Squad will be competing in the World Rescue Championships. Contact Susie Massey to find out more about our Seniors.|
|2016 saw the re-invigoration of Hampton Masters, with the largest team of weekend warriors contesting the Masters State Championships. HLSC Masters is a bunch of fun-loving “older members” and parents, who are keen to improve their fitness and lifesaving skills. It is a great social atmosphere, ability is definitely not needed and it sets a great example for our younger members. To find out about HLSC Masters, contact Sam Dwyer.|
|The HLSC IRB Team, also known as the Skunks, has gone from strength to strength over the last couple of years and is particularly popular with members in their teens and early twenties. Competitors need to have their Bronze Medallion to compete and can perform roles such as driver, crew, rescuer and patient. IRB Competitions are held over the winter months and this year it looks like some of our Masters will be joining in. To find out more about the HLSC IRB Team, contact Carol Lawrence.|
For any other enquiries regarding Sport at Hampton, please contact our Director of Sport – Michael Pratt.