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Lifeguards' skills put to test on Clearwater Beach

Destin Beach Safety patrol members, from left, Cameron Prosser, Kathryn Moorlay, Richard Russell and Taylor Hardy compete in the Landline Rescue Open at the 2014 James P. “Mac” McCarthy Memorial Regional Surf Lifesaving Championships on Friday on Clearwater Beach. The two-day competition brought 200 lifeguard competitors from Florida, Alabama, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to compete in swimming, running, rowing and paddling, among many rescue techniques. To check out video from the event, visit tampabay.com/video.

DOUGLAS R. CLIFFORD | Times

Destin Beach Safety patrol members, from left, Cameron Prosser, Kathryn Moorlay, Richard Russell and Taylor Hardy compete in the Landline Rescue Open at the 2014 James P. “Mac” McCarthy Memorial Regional Surf Lifesaving Championships on Friday on Clearwater Beach. The two-day competition brought 200 lifeguard competitors from Florida, Alabama, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands to compete in swimming, running, rowing and paddling, among many rescue techniques. To check out video from the event, visit tampabay.com/video.

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