MBA Archives

This page includes info from past events, such as previous Beach Patrol competitions.


2016

August 3, 2016

On August 3, 2016 the Middlesex Beach Patrol hosted the Middlesex Beach Myers Cup Lifesaving Invitational and won!

This is the annual competition hosted on our own beach featuring competitive events with emphasis on actual ocean life saving skills.

The Middlesex Beach Patrol (MBP) lead by Captain Justin with his skilled and enthusiastic staff are the 2016 Champions, retaining the coveted Myers Cup on our own sands!

A tremendous night, acting as as the hosts for multiple coastal patrols, as well as displaying the highest caliber athleticism on sand and sea.


August 1, 2016

On August 1, the Middlesex Beach Patrol put on an amazing display of individual and team effort culminating with the awarding of the Championship title for the 2016 Rehoboth Olympics!

The last time MBP is believed to have held this particular title was in 1989. This is quite a feat for a patrol with a comparatively small roster for this annual event. This competition has nearly a 40 year history.

Please take the opportunity to congratulate them for their efforts! Your patrol has tremendous dedication, training and heart.


July 27, 2016

On Wednesday, July 27th, 2016, six of our women beach patrol members departed at 4:00 AM for Sandy Hook, NJ with Captain Justin.

By the end of the day, the six competitors had achieved a 4th place team finish! They competed among 20+ teams comprised of over 200 women guards in reportedly the nations oldest and largest all female lifeguarding competition. It was hosted in Gateway National Park.

This is an exceptional accomplishment against large and historically competitive patrols from all around the New York and New Jersey area. Please congratulate them when you see them! This accomplishment is certainly tied to the dedication, training and character of these young women.

Although the competitors themselves clearly made this happen, much appreciation goes to Justin and his senior staff for creating the climate for them to excel, and to the whole patrol for covering the stands while they were away. A team effort!


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