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Yesterday Stewart Seini conducted NSRI Surf Rescue Swimmer assessments on the West Coast. The assessment included a swim, run-swim-rescue, CPR & first aid practical and intense rescue scenarios.Nenjay Basson of Elands Bay passed with flying colours swimming over 2km during a series of rescue scenarios. We are proud to award him this qualification. Well done.Hard work and determination pay off. Congratulations to our training team and our sponsors who are investing in the local community.
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