Warrnambool Surf Lifesaving Club's masters competitors have the national championships in their sights after success at the state titles.
Peter Day and Mark Owen won the masters over 50s double ski at Lorne last weekend.
Owen also won the over 50s single ski while Day finished fourth.
The pair were also part of the Warrnambool Tigers team - with Ben Johnson and Lenny O'Brien - that claimed bronze in the 200+ men's beach relay.
It was the first time in about two decades a men's team from the club took home beach relay medals at the state masters.
"To finally bring it home was very exciting, there were cheers all over the beach," Johnson said.
Some of the masters events were cancelled on Sunday due to dangerous surf.
Day said he and Owen were hoping to medal at the Australian championships which will be held on the Gold Coast from April 18-26.
"Mark and I have been paddling for about 10 years in the double ski," he said.
"We've always been in the top five, we got a bronze about five years ago so we're around the money.
"We're hoping to medal this year."
The club will also have competitors taking on surfing, board, ski and beach relay events at nationals.
The next major event on the club's calendar is the open state championships in March which some masters competitors will compete in.
Day said the club also had some promising youngsters.
"We've got some good young ski paddlers coming through, girls and boys," he said.
Port Fairy Surf Lifesaving Club's Shearwaters claimed bronze in the men's 200+ boat crew race at the masters state titles last weekend.
Meanwhile, the Firebirds crew won gold in the 180+ women's race and silver in the 170+ women's beach relay.
Leonie Boyd won gold in the beach sprint (50-54 years), Brooke Green claimed silver in beach flags (45-49 years) and Nicole Dwyer took Bronze in the beach sprint (40-44 years).
Port Campbell Surf Life Saving Club had a team entered in the women's 180+ event.
But the club's administrative officer Jon McLeod said the Kittens "got hit badly going out" and didn't get to compete.
Port Fairy, Port Campbell and Portland Surf Life Saving Clubs have teams competing in the Australian Surf Rowers League (ASRL) Open at Mollymook on the News South Wales coast. Competition starts Friday.
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