European Lifesaving Championships

European Lifesaving Championships are held every two years. These Championships comprise both pool and surf/ocean events. The Championship is organised in the odd years between the Lifesaving World Championships.

The European Junior Lifesaving Championships for Juniors (max. 18 years of age) are held every year and comprise both pool and surf-beach events.

Rules

All European Championships will be performed following the ILSE Rulebook and the ILSE European Championships Handbook.

Records

European Records can be found here.

College of Referees

The College of Referees is an institute to qualify international judges.
It is chaired by Frans Kenis (Belgium).

Here the actual list of referees with licence of ILSE:

Complaints Policy

The ILSE Sport Commission initiated the ILSE Complaints Policy, you will find the final version here.

History

FIS European Cups

  1. 1982: Warendorf, Germany
  2. 1984 Netherlands Roermond
  3. 1986 Italy Modena
  4. 1988 Italy Trento-Levico
  5. 1992 Italy Messina-Milazo
  6. 1994 Spain Alicante

ILSE – European Championships

  1. 1996 Germany Warendorf
  2. 1998 Netherlands Eindhoven
  3. 1999 Belgium Antwerp
  4. 2001 Spain Mallorca
  5. 2003 Sweden Tylosand
  6. 2005 Germany Luebeck-Travemuende
  7. 2007 Spain Tenerife Santa Cruz de Tenerife/El Medano
  8. 2009 did not take place
  9. 2011 Spain Alicante
  10. 2013 The Netherlands Noordwijk The Hague
  11. 2015 Great Britain Swansea Wales
  12. 2017 Belgium Ostende Bruges
  13. 2019 Italy Riccione

ILSE – European Open Water Championships

  1. 1999 Great Britain/SLSA Bournemouth

ILSE – European Championships for Juniors

  1. 1993 Spain Reus-Cambrils
  2. 1994 France Valenciennes
  3. 1995 Italy Bardonecchia
  4. 1996 Germany Luckenwalde
  5. 1997 Italy Riccione
  6. 1998 Belgium Antwerp
  7. 1999 Spain Tenerife Puerto de la Cruz
  8. 2000 France Valenciennes
  9. 2001 Czech Republic Liptovsky Mikolas
  10. 2002 Bulgaria Sozopol/Burgas
  11. 2003 Italy Viareggio
  12. 2004 Poland Gdynia
  13. 2005 Spain Alicante
  14. 2006 France Canet en Roussillion
  15. 2007 Italy Ostia
  16. 2008 Netherlands Eindhoven/Den Haag
  17. 2009 Netherlands Eindhoven
  18. 2010 Belgium Antwerp
  19. 2011 Denmark Copenhagen
  20. 2013 Italy Riccione
  21. 2015 Spain Torrevieja (Alicante)
  22. 2017 Belgium Ostende Bruges
  23. 2018 Ireland Limerick Kilkee Beach
  24. 2019 Italy Riccione

ILSE – European Championships for Masters

  1. 2003 Italy Viareggio
  2. 2005 Germany Luebeck-Travemuende
  3. 2008 Sweden Malmo – cancelled
  4. 2015 Spain Torrevieja (Alicante)
  5. 2017 Spain Alicante
  6. 2019 Italy Riccione

ILSE – European Championships for IRB (Inflatable Rescue Boats)

  1. 2005 Germany Luebeck-Travemuende
  2. 2010 Great Britain -Bournemouth
  3. 2011 Great Britain -Bournemouth
  4. 2013 Denmark Copenhagen
  5. 2015 The Netherlands Noordwijk an Zee
  6. 2017 Germany Scharbeutz

Medals:

  • Individual medals (male, female)
  • Team medals
  • Individual trophys (male, female)
  • Team trophys (total male, female)