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The International Life Saving Federation (ILS) is the world's non-profit association of aquatic Lifesavers and aquatic Lifesaving organizations. The International Life Saving Federation of Europe (ILSE) is the European branch of ILS. ILSE is an umbrella organisation, representing federations working in the field of Water Safety in Europe. Our members are representing more than 5 millions of Lifesavers and Lifeguards all over Europe. If you need specific information about Lifesaving in a particular nation, please contact our members or refer to the relevant website. Through our own work and that of our member federations, we lead the global effort to reduce injury and death in, on or around the water. We aid in the global exchange of lifesaving information, promote the best lifesaving practices, help to establish lifesaving organizations in areas of Europe where they are needed, act as the European federation for lifesaving sport and work with other international bodies with similar goals.
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European Lifesaving Championships 2017

21 September 2017 - 8:54am

European Lifesaving Championships for National Teams and Youth took place September
2th – 9th, 2017, in Belgium, Ostend and Bruges, hosted by Vlaamse Reddingsfederatie RedFed and Ligue Francophone Belge de Sauvetage LFBS,
which are elements of ILSE Member Belgium Life Saving Federation BLSF.

Here you will find the results: http://www.lifesaving2017.be/

Last weekend the European Lifesaving Championships for IRB took place in Scharbeutz, Germany, hosted by ILSE Member German Life Saving Society DLRG.
Here you will find the results: https://www.dlrg.de/sport/wettkaempfe/european-irb-lifesaving-championsh...

In May 2017 already took place European Lifesaving Championships for Masters in Spain, the results: http://www.rfess.es/DOCUMENTOS/Deporte/RESULTADOS/internacionales/2017/e...

ILSE thanks all involved Member Associations of ILSE for their efforts and work to organise the European Lifesaving Championships in 2017.