TRAINING AT FRESHWATER NIPPERS
For Freshwater nippers who represent Freshwater SLSC or are considering taking part in competition and carnivals there are various training opportunities available throughout the season.
Pre Season Nippers Training
13 August 2017 at Freshwater Beach from 9am
9 October 2017 at Manly Dam from 5.30pm
11 October 2017 at Freshwater Beach from 5.30pm
In order to continue to provide training opportunities for Freshie Nippers we need the assistance of nipper parents so please come ready to assist. If we do not have enough water safety and parent helpers, training sessions may be reduced or canceled. Please refer to Parent Involvement under Nippers on Sundays to see how you may be able to help.
Surf Sports Training
Surf Sports Training will allow nippers in U9's to U14's to practice their skills and train for all disciplines of competition at Surf Carnivals; Board, Iron Man, and Swim. Nippers wishing to attend Surf Sports Training will need to come prepared for both water and land training. Please bring swim goggles and running shoes as training activities will depend on water conditions on the day.
Any registered Nippers wishing to take part in Water Training must be proficient.
All Nippers wanting to take part in any training must have their name marked off before going into the water and when training finishes. When training all Nippers must wear an orange cap (this will be provided when they have their name marked off).
At the end of training sessions at Freshwater Beach the board must be rinsed with fresh water and returned immediately to the cage.
Beach Sports Training
Beach Sports Training will allow nippers in U8’s to U14’s to practice their skills and train for all disciplines of competition at Surf Carnivals; Sprint, Relays and Flags. Nippers wishing to attend Beach Sports Training can just turn up at Freshwater Beach ready to go at 7.45am on Sundays when there is no carnivals.
March Past Training
Training is available to Nippers in U9's to U14's.
March Past is one of Surf Life Saving’s original events and represents the traditional discipline of a surf lifesaver. Teams of 12, march in time to music around a set course carrying a surf reel, line and belt and following their standard (flag) bearer. Teams march in formation following commands and they are judged on factors such timing, arm and leg swing, space and dressing (position), body carriage and presentation.
If you are interested in finding out more about Freshwater Nippers March Past please contact Matt Cameron
Training is available to Nippers in U11’s to U14’s.
The Rescue and Resuscitation (R&R) competition provides the opportunity for SLSA members to demonstrate in a competitive manner some traditional rescue and resuscitation techniques used in Surf Life Saving.
If you are interested in finding out more about Freshwater Nippers R&R please contact David Hurrell.
Keep up to date on changes for Training Schedule via Freshie Nippers Team App