RIGHT: Some of the surf lifesavers that won medals at the Australian Surf Life Championships on the Gold Coast. They are pictured on beach patrol at Lennox Head.
RIGHT: Some of the surf lifesavers that won medals at the Australian Surf Life Championships on the Gold Coast. They are pictured on beach patrol at Lennox Head.

Lennox life savers load up on medals at state, national comps

A GROUP of athletes from Lennox Head produced outstanding performances at the recent state and Australian surf lifesaving championships.

Hannah Sculley won an incredible two gold, four silver and a bronze medal in the Australian titles, ranking fifth on the open individual pointscore with 36 points.

This followed her win in the under-17 board race at the Queensland state titles and second in the under-17 ironwoman at the NSW State Championships.

Jai Sheridan won a gold and silver in board rescue and the under-19 taplin.

This followed wins in the board relay at Queensland.

Zoe Hughes won gold in the under-14 female board, becoming the first board champion in that age division.

Josh Brown won the open men's surf race championship at Queensland after starting the season representing Australia in France.

Jack Alder finished just shy of the medals in taking fourth in the under-15 board race

The five athletes all live and train at Lennox Head with their surf coach Lou Wilson and swim coach Al Simpson at Lennox Aquatic Centre.

They compete with different surf lifesaving clubs, including Lennox Head, Byron Bay and Northcliffe on the Gold Coast.


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