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Saturday, January 21, 2012

Paul Lemmon, Working Magic On The NSW Central Coast

Veteran coach Paul Lemmon works with a wide range of junior, senior and masters competitors to help them enjoy and improve their ocean skills on the New South Wales Central Coast of Australia with the Terrigal Surf Life Saving Club and OceanFit.

Paul has won multiple Australian national masters life saver titles in the rescue tube, board, surf race and iron man events.

The former professional ironman athlete once competed in both the hard-core Uncle Toby's and Nutri Grain Series. The winner of multiple World, Australian and New South Wales State Masters ironman championships, he has twice won the Coolangatta Gold in his age group category with a goal of bringing Australia more gold at the World Life Saving Championships (Rescue 2012) in Adelaide this coming November.

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1 comment:

  1. A quick note, as a Yank down under I was surprised to find out an Ausse Ironman is different than an American Ironman. The Aussies substitute the bie for a surfski, kind of a cross between a surfboard and a kayak. The run is done on the sand. These are te principal skills of an Aussie lifesaver.

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