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Island Morning | Jun 19, 2013 | 6:43

Competitive lifeguarding is making a comeback

After a big win at the 2013 Canadian Pool Lifesaving Championships, organizers hope to build interest and excitement as they re-establish the sport. Matt Rainnie headed to the Cari pool to speak with Aquatics Director Adam Ross and some team lifeguards.

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