Every two years the ILS organises the Lifesaving World Championships. They often are/were called Rescue Series.
Other national and international lifesaving sports events are listed on the Sports Calendar.
An overview of the various Competition Events at lifesaving sports events.
Results & Records
Find the Results of National Teams, FIS World Championships, World Games, European Championships, European Surf Lifesaving Championships, European Junior Championships.
Records can be found at http://records.dlrg.de/
Rules & Regulations
Applications are invited from experienced and suitably qualified persons, who wish to be considered for appointment to one or more position of Chief Referee and/or Deputy Chief Referee at the Lifesaving World Championships - Adelaide 2018, to be held in Adelaide, South Australia, Australia from 15th November to 2nd December, 2018.
The team at LWC Adelaide 2018 were honoured to have Graham Ford (President of International Life Saving Federation (ILS) / Surf Life Saving Australia) in South Australia this afternoon to meet with John Baker (President | Surf Life Saving SA / Chair | LWC Adelaide 2018 Executive Committee) and the LWC Adelaide 2018 team.
The International Life Saving Federation wishes to keep improving the World Championships and therefore your opinion is very valuable to us. We issued a survey to identify what worked well and where improvements can be made for future World Championships.
Please follow this link to the Survey Monkey Rescue 2016 Member Survey:
GBR One Team is pleased to announce the selection of athletes for the Youth and Open National Teams who will compete at the 2016 World Championships.
The 24 athletes were selected following a 6-month declaration process taking account of pool and ocean results and a national trial.
The Referees & Technical Officials preliminary appointments for the Lifesaving World Championships 2016 in Eindhoven & Noordwijk (The Netherlands) can be found underneath:
==UPDATE August 29th, 2016 (V8): there were very few changes
Selectors have announced a squad of 12 to represent the Australian Life Saving Team at the Lifesaving World Championships in The Netherlands in September.
The International Life Saving Federation is willing to improve the World Championships and therefore your opinion is very valuable to us. We issued a survey to identify what worked well and where improvements can be made for future World Championships.
Please follow this link to the Survey Monkey Rescue 2014 Member Survey: