Presentation Time for 2022
On the 19th March 2023, the club held its Annual Presentation Day for 2022 at the lovely Magnolia Club, Harrington Grove.
And the 2022 Awards Are...
Hans – 51 weeks
Belinda – 82 points
Hans and Belinda
Helga and Julia
Max Points (1005) and Max Swims (62)
Max Points (708) and Max Swims (56)
Badges for years of service
|Laura 5 years||Victor 10 years|
|Linda 10 years||Greg 20 years|
|Mark 20 years||Lesley 20 years|
|Heather 30 years|
One point is awarded for each week of attendance at our Sunday swims, with an obvious maximum of 52 points for 52 weeks. In 2022:
- 1st Hans with 51
- 2nd Russell with 50
- 3rd Belinda with 49
- 1st place Belinda with 82 points
- 2nd place Suzie 68 points
- 3rd place Owen with 44 points
This is voted upon by all members attending the AGM.
It is for the person deemed to have made a big commitment to the club throughout the year in many areas.
The award goes to someone who has brought a sense of excitement and enthusiasm to the club. For 2022 this award went to 2 people, Hans and Belinda.
This trophy and plaque is awarded only if a swimmer meets certain criteria.
The criteria for the award is:
- A swimmer who has successfully attempted to swim distances of a stroke beyond what they could do at the start of the season.
- A swimmer who has successfully attempted to swim another stroke that they initially couldn’t do and over several distances.
- Could also apply to someone who through misadventure or illness or a long absence from swimming is attempting to regain their swimming expertise.
It is voted upon by approximately 3 to 5 senior committee club members.
In 2022 the committee chose to award this to 2 people, Helga and Julia.
There are 62 swims involved in the E1000. They include 5 x 400s of Free, Back, Breast, Fly and IM, also 5 x 800s in those strokes. Plus 1500m, half hour, three quarter hour and one hour each of Free, Back and Breast
For each of the distances and strokes there are times/distances assigned for each gender and age group resulting in the allocation of points for each swim completed. So it is possible to complete all 62 swims but not necessarily achieve the maximum 1005 points.
The points earned from this program goes towards the National Endurance Trophy each year. An honourable mention goes to Lindsay with 985, Hans with 956, also to Kyle, Diane, Helga, Laura and Alexandra who scored high points for the club.
E1000 Max 62 swims, Max 1005 points
E1000 Max 62 swims
Hans (969 points)
Laura (850 poitns)
Lexie (810 points)
There are 56 swims involved. They include 8 x 200s, 8 x 400s and 8 x 800s of two different form strokes. Plus 1500m, half hour, three quarter hour and one hour each of the 2 chosen strokes. It is up to the individual to choose their preferred strokes from Freestyle, Backstroke and Breaststroke. Similar to the E1000 program, a set of times/distances were assigned for each gender and age group resulting in the allocation of points for each swim completed. A maximum of 708 points is possible.
E500 Max 56 swims, Max 708 points
This award goes to the person accumulating the most points by establishing and improving their times in club swims.
- 1st Jim P with 74 points
- 2nd Russell with 68 points
- 3rd Belinda with 63 points
Overall Total Points Score
This award encompasses all of the points accumulated throughout the year. Points for club attendances, carnival attendances, number of swims, improving and winning handicap races.
- 1st with 370 points Belinda
- 2nd with 331 points Russell
- 3rd with 310 points Jim P