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Twenty six Lifesaving clubs from around the country have sent their top athletes to Camps Bay Beach to take part in the 2017 South African Lifesaving Surf National Championships. Today was the official opening ceremony. Hosted by Clifton Surf Lifesaving Club, the competition ends late on Saturday afternoon. We wish all the competitors a safe competition!Picture Andrew Ingram / Sea Rescue 170330 LSA champs at Camps Bay Picture Andrew Ingram / Sea Rescue 170330 LSA champs at Camps BayPicture Andrew Ingram / Sea Rescue 170330 LSA champs at Camps Bay Picture Andrew Ingram / Sea Rescue 170330 LSA champs at Camps BayPicture Andrew Ingram / Sea Rescue 170330 LSA champs at Camps Bay Picture Andrew Ingram / Sea Rescue 170330 LSA champs at Camps BayPicture Andrew Ingram / Sea Rescue 170330 LSA champs at Camps Bay Picture Andrew Ingram / Sea Rescue 170330 LSA champs at Camps Bay
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