Gold medals flow at lifesaving titles



GOLD medal performances from Brian Carroll and the 120-plus years surf boat team were the highlight of a fine Tannum Sands performance in the Queensland Masters Surf Lifesaving Titles at North Burleigh yesterday.

Carroll tasted victory in the 3539 years flags, while the surf boat crew of Doug Grimwood (sweep), Adam Treanor, Tim Madden, Vance Krahenbring and Angelo Paolatto also produced a winning performance.

Apart from the golds, Carroll also won silver in the 35-39 years sprint, while the 160-plus years surf boat team of Grimwood, Ken Pollock, Troy Lehmann, Rob de Vries and Ken Pollock won bronze.

The masters' performances bode well for the record Tannum contingent which contests the Queensland Championships this weekend.

In all, 36 competitors will be in action against the Sunshine State's best.

Tannum Sands competitors in action: Adam Treanor, Angela Mills, Tony Davis, Angelo Paolatto, Arnika Tieman, Blake Neaton, Brett Rowe, Brian Carroll, Bryce Onions, Chris Marlow, Clint Swanton, Clinton Farlow, Dominique Gleixner, Doug Grimwood, Helen Sherwood, Jared Onions, Jason Bedford, Joel Sherwood, Katie Craig, Johnnie Stewart, Leisa Lowe, Matt Bellert, Melanie Frost, Murray Stacey, Nicole Lowe, Paul Kelly, Nelson Corones, Ryan Bartholomew, Regan Dunn, Sarah Farlow, Shannon Chynoweth, Sophie Badyk, Tim Madden, Teneille Koenig, Vance Krahenbring and Todd Bartholomew.



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