The 50th annual Beschen-Callahan Memorial Lifeguard Races will be at 6 p.m. Friday at 15th Avenue beach in North Wildwood.
LONGPORT — The Ocean City Beach Patrol, led by swimmer-paddleboarder Maggie Wallace, won its second straight team title Wednesday at the 21st annual Longport Women’s Lifeguard Invitational at 33rd Avenue beach.
The 21st annual Longport Women's Lifeguard Invitational is scheduled for 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at 33rd Avenue beach in Longport.
BRIGANTINE — The Longport Beach Patrol started and finished with wins at the 54th annual Chief Bill Kuhn Brigantine Lifeguard Invitational, and placed second in the other three races.
WILDWOOD CREST — The Ocean City Beach Patrol relied on a combination of youth and experience to win the team title Monday at the Cape May County Lifeguard Championships.
Eight beach patrols will race in the 54th annual Chief Bill Kuhn Brigantine Lifeguard Invitational at 6:15 p.m. on Tuesday at 15th Street beach in Brigantine.
LONGPORT — The team scoring of the 47th annual Captain Michael D. McGrath Longport Memorial Lifeguard Races could hardly have been closer on Friday.
The 35th annual Cape May County Lifeguard Championships, with the 10 Cape May County patrols, scheduled for Friday night has been moved to Monday because of thunderstorms.
The 15 beach patrols in the South Jersey Lifeguard Chiefs Association begin the season with two traditional events at 6:30 p.m. Friday.
CAPE MAY — Home-beach advantage paid off again for Rob Moran in the 37th Cape May SuperAthalon on Monday night.
CAPE MAY — After gliding across the finish line during Sunday’s Cape to Cape Paddleboard Race, overall winner Chris Norman waded to shore at the Queen Street Beach.
The local lifeguard racing season opens Monday with two events, the Cape May Beach Patrol SuperAthalon and the Surf City Epic Lifeguard Tournament.
Defending champions Steve Dullack and Fielding Pagel are among the record 40 competitors registered for Sunday’s fifth annual Cape to Cape Paddleboard Race.
The unique sport of lifeguard racing returns to the Jersey Shore next week, and continues throughout the summer. The biggest races are among the highlights of the sports season in the area.
FIVE EVENTS TO WATCH
I had to do it.
The lifeguard alumni crew of Jim Swift, a former Margate guard, and Tom Sher, a former Ventnor guard, won the first Brennan-McCann Masters Row of the season Saturday.
My gas tank was nearly empty, and there wasn’t a filling station in sight during the Escape the Cape Triathlon on Sunday.
More than 1,700 competitors are expected to leap off a Cape May-Lewes Ferry boat on Sunday morning to start the sixth annual Escape the Cape Triathlon.
Jeff Mescal has a goal to run a sub-three-hour marathon in every state.
UPPER TOWNSHIP — The morning was cold and breezy by Great Egg Harbor Bay in the Beesleys Point section of the township Thanksgiving, but a hearty group of more than 40 rowers showed up for the Pilgrim Paddle.
The Pilgrim Paddle is a 10th annual doubles rowing and paddleboarding event that brings a bit of lifeguard racing to Thanksgiving Day.
John Swift, a Margate Beach Patrol alumnus, and Mick Cote, a Surf City alumnus, won the Brennan McCann Masters Row in 41 minutes, 22 seconds on Saturday at Seaview Harbor Beach in Egg Harbor Township.
Case Foster, 14, and Cara Cannilla, 21, were the overall winners of the 88th annual Atlantic City Pageant Ocean Swim on Saturday at Albany Avenue beach in Atlantic City. Foster was the men’s champion in 27 minutes, 15.73 seconds. Cannilla won the women’s title and finished 33:01.32.