More than 65 City of Bunbury Surf Life Saving Club members competed at the Sunsmart Western Australian Country Championships.
Fourteen WA country surf life saving clubs took part in the event.
Finals place getters then qualified for the Sunsmart Surf Life Saving WA Senior and Junior state championships.
More than 100 medals were taken home by club competitors.
Points gained for place and participation resulted in the club being the championship winner for the 24th consecutive year.
Club members from the Under 10 to Open age groups competed in individual and team events across all beach and water disciplines.
Competitors in the Masters competition gained a total of 12 medals in beach and water events.
Champion Lifesaver is an exacting and challenging event comprising of surf and life saving skills in multiple formats.
Julie Best and Paige Stegmann gained bronze and gold in the open and U15 female Champion Lifesaver competition.
Last weekend, club members in the U13 to U19 and open age groups competed in the Sunsmart WA Senior Surf Life Saving Championships.
Next weekend will see club members compete in the Sunsmart WA Junior Surf Life Saving Championships.
Visit mybeach.com.au for all of the results.