New Bronze Medallion Trophy Event 7.00 am Sunday 18th February 2024

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New Bronze Medallion Trophy Event 7.00 am Sunday 18th February 2024

The New Bronze Medallion trophy event will be held on Sunday 18th February 2024 at Swanbourne Beach starting at 7.00 am.
A presentation may follow the events.

The start time for Club Championships has been changed to 7.00 am due to Sunday’s forecast temperature of 43 deg C.
(See the forecast heat stress risk below).

Competitors are reminded to stay hydrated and stay Sunsmart – Slip – Slip – Slap – Slide – Seek.

The program of events is (all times approximate):

7.01 am Run Swim Run

7.21 am Long Run

7.41 am Surf Race (400m Swim)

8.01 am Board Race

Detailed Program and Competitor ListingSwanbourne Nedlands SLSC Club Championships 202324 New Bronze Medallion

New Bronze Medallion Trophy Question and AnswerSwanbourne Nedlands SLSC Club Championships 202324 New Bronze Medallion QA

Competitors must be qualified to start by being financial and have completed proficiency and patrol requirements of the Club relevant to their membership category. You must have made up any missed patrol hours.

Prizes may be presented to winners of the New Bronze Medallion trophy event in the following age groups: Open Men & Open Women.

The New Bronze Medallion trophy events shall be conducted as part of the Club Championship in accordance with the current SLSA Australian Surf Sports Manual wherever possible. Any departure(s) from the current SLSA Australian Surf Sports Manual shall be determined by the Surf Sports Manager and nominated to the Points Races Officer prior to the commencement of the Club Championships.

Entries are on the day. This is open to all Club members who have been awarded their Bronze Medallion between 19 February 2023 and 18 February 2024, so make sure your training program is in full swing.

See you on the starting line. Any queries to the Surf Sports Manager – competition@swannysurfclub.org.au

List of Eligible Competitors (to be checked for patrol hours/attendance):

Amelia Bruce
Amy Lewitzka
Annabella Alcorn
Bella Davis
Brian Thornton
Bridie Swingler
Catharine Barber
Ciaran Judge
Cody Yarwood
Conor Kenny
Crystal Shiu
David Crawford
David Higgins
Elijah Harrison
Ella Meiklejohn
Fiona McLarty
Hamish Newton
Isabelle Sweeney
John Sutherland
Josh Engelbrecht
Laurissa Tieleman
Lize Lawson
Micah Manger
Oli Defrancesco
Oliver Grant Smith
Peter Morgan
Peter Weston
Rachael Honey
Sabina Prusa
Sophie Gallagher
Stella Ebert
Stirling Stilwell
Tara Binns
Tara Swingler
Tarryn Myburgh
Thomas Carr
Valentina Kuruc
Xavier Sweeney

Forecast heat stress risk for Sunday at Swanbourne – https://sma-heat-policy.sydney.edu.au/

The New Bronze Medallion trophy event is conducted in accordance with the following By-Laws:

2.6 New Bronze Medallion

The Club shall conduct a New Bronze Medallion trophy event annually during the season.

Competitors in the New Bronze Medallion trophy event shall have been awarded their Bronze Medallion at the Club between the date of the preceding Club Championships and the date of the current Club Championships.

Competitors who have successfully completed their Bronze Medallion assessment but have not yet been processed by SLSWA shall be deemed to have been awarded their Bronze Medallion on the date of their Bronze Medallion assessment.

No competitor shall be permitted to compete in more than one New Bronze Medallion trophy event.

The list of eligible competitors in the New Bronze Medallion trophy event shall be determined by the Education Manager and nominated to the Surf Sports Manager or their delegate prior to the commencement of the Club Championships.

New Bronze Medallion trophy events shall be conducted in the following categories or as determined by the Surf Sports Manager or their delegate.

  • Male
  • Female

The New Bronze Medallion trophy events are:

  • Surf Race
  • Run Swim Run
  • Long Run
  • Surf Board Race

New Bronze Medallion trophy events shall be conducted as part of the Club Championships in accordance with the current SLSA Australian Surf Sports Manual whenever possible. Any departure(s) from the current SLSA Australian Surf Sports Manual shall be determined by the Surf Sports Manager and nominated to the Surf Sports Manager or their delegate prior to the commencement of the Club Championships.

Points will be awarded in each event to determine the overall New Bronze Medallion trophy winner in each of the above categories. In the event of there being a tie, the competitor who has finished first in the most events shall be deemed the winner. In the event of there still being a tie, the competitor who has finished second in the most events shall be deemed the winner and so on. In the event of there still being a tie, all tied competitors shall be deemed the winner.

The following points shall be allocated for all events:

1st place 12 points

2nd place 9 points

3rd place 6 points

4th place 4 points

5th place 3 points

6th place 2 points

All others 1 point.

The winners of the New Bronze Medallion trophy shall have their names suitably engraved on a perpetual trophy.

2.4 Qualification for Events

Competitors in each race, event or trophy in Clauses 2.2 and 2.6 must be qualified to start by being financial Members and have completed proficiency and patrol requirements of the Club relevant to their membership category.

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