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Perpetual Trophies Awarded by the SA Branch AUSSI Masters Swimming 1. AUSSI State Cup (1985- 1995) Awarded to the club that gains the most points in the State Championships. This award is outdated by Short and Long Course Championships which were introduced in 1996. Winners Runner ups 1985-1995 Winners 1985- 1995 (Trophy donated by Josie Sansom) 1985 Adelaide Masters Being researched 1986 Western Districts 1987 Western Districts 1988 Western Districts 1989 Western Districts 1990 Adelaide Masters 1991 Western Districts 1992 Marion 1993 Marion 1994 Atlantis 1995 Atlantis 2. State Long Course Championship. (Trophy donated by Living Health) The Short Course Championships were approved in September 1995 and so began the 2 separate State Cups in the one year. New Trophies were approved for each event. Runner Up Trophies were also approved during 1996 – the first year that both events were held. Awarded to the club that gains the most points. Winner Runner up 1996 Unknown 1997 Atlantis Adelaide Masters 1998 Atlantis Adelaide Masters 1999 Unknown Unknown 2000 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2001 Atlantis Adelaide Masters 2002 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2003 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2004 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2005 Adelaide Masters Marion 2006 Adelaide Masters Tea Tree Gully 2007 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2008 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2009 Adelaide Masters Marion 3. State Short Course Championships. (Trophy donated by Living Health) Awarded to the club that gains the most points. Winning Club Runner up 1996 Atlantis Adelaide Masters 1997 Atlantis Adelaide Masters 1998 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 1999 Atlantis Adelaide Masters 2000 Adelaide Masters Atlantis C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\65f53e5c-53c6-4165-a0d9-c034fad7252b.doc 2001 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2002 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2003 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2004 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2005 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2006 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2007 Adelaide Masters Noarlunga 2008 Adelaide Masters Marion 2009 Adelaide Masters Noarlunga 3. Living Health – Male and Female Swimmer of the Year There are two Perpetual Cups – one for females and one for males. They were first awarded in 1996. The criteria is the number of Branch Records broken at Interclub and State Championships during the year. Winners receive a small trophy/award. Male Swimmer of the year Female Swimmer of the year 1996 Ted Geary Stephanie Palmer-White 1997 Ted Geary Sue Hearnden 1998 Deiter Loeliger Alma Brecknock 1999 Joe Savage Alma Brecknock 2000 Andrew Loose Helen Agostini and Joanne Sutcliffe 2001 Mark Smedley Sue Lyons 2002 Ron Hardie Kathy Heenan 2003 Carlos Assumpcao Alma Brecknock 2004 Roy Drew Kathy Heenan 2005 Mark Smedley Joanne Sutcliffe 2006 Jonathan Davies Stephanie Palmer-White 2007 Graham Croft Sharon Beaver and Joy Page 2008 Craig Addams and Graham Croft Joanne Sutcliffe 2009 Stephen Osborne Charlene Margrison 4. Interclub Shield Awarded to the club that gains the most points in the Interclub Competition each year. The trophy was first presented in 1981. Winning Club Runner Up 1981 Adelaide Masters Unknown 1982 Adelaide Masters Unknown 1983 Adelaide Masters Unknown 1984 Adelaide Masters Unknown 1985 Adelaide Masters Marion 1986 Adelaide Masters Marion 1987 Adelaide Masters Unknown 1988 Adelaide Masters Western Districts 1989 Adelaide Masters Marion 1990 Adelaide Masters Marion 1991 Adelaide Masters Marion 1992 Adelaide Masters Noarlunga 1993 Adelaide Masters Unknown 1994 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 1995 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 1996 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 1997 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 1998 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 1999 Adelaide Masters Atlantis C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\65f53e5c-53c6-4165-a0d9-c034fad7252b.doc 2000 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2001 Atlantis Unknown 2002 Atlantis Unknown 2003 Adelaide Masters Unknown 2004 Adelaide Masters Unknown 2005 Atlantis Adelaide Masters 2006 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2007 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2008 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 2009 Adelaide Masters Atlantis 5. Relay Shield Awarded to the club that gains the most points in the Interclub Relay events. The Shield was first awarded in .. Winners are being researched. 6. Interclub Proficiency Award This award was introduced in 1997 to encourage participation of all clubs in Interclub Competition with the specific aim of providing incentive for smaller club achievements to be recognised. Criteria: Awarded to the club whose total number of points earned (Interclub Competition) when divided by the total number of registered members of the club is the highest. The total number of registered swimmers of the club to be determined as the number of members as at the date of the final interclub meet of the series. To be eligible for the Proficiency Trophy a club must have 10 or more registered swimmers at the determined date. Winning Club 1992 Tea Tree Gully 1993 Tea Tree Gully 1994 Tea Tree Gully 1995 Tea Tree Gully 1996 Atlantis 1997 Tea Tree Gully 1998 Noarlunga 1999 Le Fevre Portside 2000 Payneham 2001 Port Augusta 2002 Atlantis 2003 Atlantis 2004 Tea Tree Gully 2005 Atlantis 2006 Tea Tree Gully 2007 Tea Tree Gully 2008 Tea Tree Gully 2009 Noarlunga 7. Open Water Swims (outdated) At the August 1997 Council Meeting approval was given to purchase three perpetual Open Water Swim trophies. 1. First Team of eight to finish No records 2. First relay team in State Championship (this was the Glenelg Swim) No records C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\65f53e5c-53c6-4165-a0d9-c034fad7252b.doc 3. Aggregate club team points winner over the series of OWS. Winning Club 1997 98 Atlantis 1998-99 Atlantis 1999-00 Atlantis 2000-01 Unknown 2001-02 Unknown 2002-03 Unknown 2003-04 Unknown 2004-05 Marion 2005-06 Marion 2006-07 Unknown 2007-08 Adelaide Masters 2008-09 8. Henley to Grange Open Water Swim This was first awarded in 1997 to the club with the first 5 swimmers to finish in the Henley to Grange Open Water Swim – swum with amateurs. It was first won by Marion and was presented on the day. In 1998 Adelaide Masters won. It was replaced in 2002 with a new Branch Trophy to the club with the most aggregate points across all age groups in the newly established Jetty to Jetty swim. Points are 3, 2 and 1 (AUSSI members). Jetty to Jetty Australia Day Long Swim AUSSI Masters Swimming (SA Branch) Cup The AUSSI SA Branch Cup will be presented to the AUSSI Club with the most accumulated points. 2002 Adelaide Masters 31 points 2003 Adelaide Masters 38 points 2004 Adelaide Masters 2005 Adelaide Masters 31 points 2006 Adelaide Masters 33 Points 2007 Adelaide Masters 2008 Adelaide Masters 2009 Adelaide Masters 9. Aerobic Trophy This was approved in February 1997. Points in the first year were: Atlantis 1346 Adelaide Masters 820 Marion 769 Aquadome Otters 619 2007 Henley Beach Masters 2008 Henley Beach Masters 2009 Henley Beach Masters 10. Josie Sansom Shield (Adelaide Masters Club Award –) This is not a Branch award. It is chosen by Adelaide Masters club, and there was a formula (originally) to determine the winner. (Swimmers total points in 5 events + points for any state (5 points), national (10 points) or world record (20 points)). C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\65f53e5c-53c6-4165-a0d9-c034fad7252b.doc It began when there was just the one State Championship and it was awarded to the most successful swimmer at the championship. When 2 State Championships commenced (1995) there was no award made. It was been revived in 2002 and the criteria was amended to an outstanding swimmer of the year. There is no longer a formula and Adelaide Masters now choose a swimmer who has achieved well and who has contributed to the sport of Swimming in a range of ways. Winners (1993 – 1997) 1993 Denise Wangel 1994 Elly Fleig 1995 Chris Stoeckel 1996 Stephanie Palmer-White 1997 Sue Hearnden Winners (2002 – Current) 2002 Mark Smedley 2003 Alma Brecknock 2004 Kathy Heenan 2005 John Gamlen 2006 Jonathan Davies 2007 Barbara Pearce 2008 Graham Croft 11. Open Water Swim – Completed all swims in series This was first awarded in 2000 to swimmers who complete all Open Water Swims across the summer. Swimmers achieving this feat are acknowledged with commemorative gift – usually an engraved towel. Numbers vary from year to year. 2000 - 2001 16 swimmers 2001 - 2002 5 swimmers 2002 – 2003 35 swimmers 2008 – 2009 14 Swimmers C:\Docstoc\Working\pdf\65f53e5c-53c6-4165-a0d9-c034fad7252b.doc
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