Day Two of the RLSSA Australian Pool Lifesaving Championships

Day Two of the RLSSA Australian Pool Lifesaving Championships in Sydney saw fantastic results for Victoria.

“We once again had incredible personal bests (with one beaten by 17-seconds), with 80% of the times from yesterday also personal bests!” says Victorian team manager – pool, Rachael Rylance. “The CPR & SERC results are an incredible achievement for Victorian athletes.”

Bronze
– U16 4x25m Manikin Relay (Vic State Team – Freddie Dripps, Josh Patterson, Mackenzie Hooper, Rose Bentley)
– U16 Women’s 100m Manikin Carry – Mackenzie Hooper (Vic State Team)
– Open Men’s 100m Manikin Carry – James Petropoulos (Vic State Team)

U16 Women’s CPR
Silver – Luka Matha (Vic Dev Team)

U16 Men’s CPR
Gold – Freddie Dripps (Vic State Team)
Silver – Gabriel Cornwell (Vic Dev Team)
Bronze – John Cornwell (Vic Dev Team)
4th – Josh Patterson (Vic State Team)

U19 Women’s CPR
Silver – Katalina Siburian (Vic State Team)

U19 Men’s CPR
Gold – Jack Throssell (Vic Dev Team)
Silver – Alec Hende (Vic Dev Team)
Bronze – Brendon Smith (Vic State Team)
4th – Jack Olivier (Vic Dev Team)
5th – Tom Frisby (Vic State Team)

Open Women’s CPR
Gold – Lisa Ferguson
Silver – Jaime Patterson

Open Men’s CPR
Gold – James Petropoulos
Silver – Luke Lineham
Bronze – Kieran Roach
5th – Chris Petropoulos

U16 SERC – Gold
Vic State Team – Freddie Dripps, Josh Patterson, Mackenzie Hooper, Rose Bentley

U19 SERC – Gold
Vic State Team – Brendon Smith, Tom Frisby, Katalina Siburian, Reidel Smith

Open SERC – Silver
Vic State Team A – Lisa Ferguson, Chris Petropoulos, James Petropoulos, Kieran Roach

30-44 Men’s 100m Manikin Carry
Gold – James Evans (Mordialloc)

Keep an eye out here for the final day of competition results.

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