Thousands are expected to turn out this week to see who has the fittest lifeguards in the region.
Jacksonville took the title last year and are hoping to hold on to it.
The teams compete in all kinds of events involving running, surfing, swimming and paddle boarding.
One of the events is called the landline rescue. It's one of the oldest ways to save people.
Another event was the board rescue
The competition finds the fittest in the region and most importantly teaches lifeguards and the public life-saving lessons.
Lifeguards say this competition is a good way to get them all together to learn new techniques.
The competition is for the South Atlantic region, which includes Virginia Beach to Flagler Beach, and about 250 lifeguards from up and down the coast are competing.
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