Raby Bay teenager Callum Brennan wins Surf Life Saving Championships Ironman race

WINNER: Fourteen-year-old Callum Brennan of Raby Bay won the under 15 Ironman event at Queensland Youth State Surf Life Saving Championships.
WINNER: Fourteen-year-old Callum Brennan of Raby Bay won the under 15 Ironman event at Queensland Youth State Surf Life Saving Championships.

RABY Bay teenager Callum Brennan won the under 15 Ironman event at the Queensland Youth State Surf Life Saving Championships on the weekend.

The 14-year-old changed clubs this season from Point Lookout to Currumbin.

The win comes on the back of Callum's under 15 Champion Lifesaver crown at the recent Surf Rescue Championships.

Next up for Callum will be the Australian titles at the end of the month.

The Currumbin Surf Life Saving Club defended their title to win the championships in a dominant fashion.

SLSQ sports manager Stuart Hogben said the three-day event had showcased and celebrated the athleticism, sportsmanship and comradery of more than 1600 nippers.

"Spectators were treated to some amazing victories, with our under 11's through to under 15's serving up no shortage of action," he said.

"All participants should be proud of their efforts as the championships really did deliver three days of incredible moments."

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