Clayton Schilg is awarded Bravery Medal for saving four men from surf at Wooyung Beach NSW

Hero teen who rescued four grown men from a dangerous rip when he was 14 – including a swimmer who nearly DRAGGED him under and another who was ‘moments from drowning’ – is given incredible reward for his bravery

  • Australian teenager Clayton Schilg recognised for act of bravery this week 
  • Almost three years ago, aged just 14, he pulled four men from the ocean
  • The group were being dragged out by a rip but Clayton paddled out to them 

A teenager who was just 14-years-old when he single-handedly saved four grown men from drowning in a rip has been awarded one of Australia’s highest honours.

Clayton Schilg was presented with the Bravery Medal this week – awarded to Australians for ‘courageous acts in hazardous circumstances where they selflessly…

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