Club Presentation Day
The Canberra ASC Presentation Day will be held within 2 months after Club Championships, at a venue and time to be determined by the Committee.
The awards to be presented to Club Members at Presentation Day and the criteria for each award are set out below.
This perpetual trophy is selected by the president for contribution to the Club. It can be any Member of the Club, for example, a swimmer, parent or volunteer.
Club Improvement Point Score
These perpetual trophies are awarded to the male and female winners of the Club improvement point score. For more information about the point score click here.
Club Point Score Champion of the Year
This perpetual trophy is awarded to the swimmer (male or female) who has accumulated the most points in the Club improvement point score. For more information about the point score click here.
There are six perpetual trophies, one for each stroke plus an open water swimmer. The swimmer who achieves the highest placement in each stroke at national or NSW state or country level receives the trophy. The recipient for each stroke will be selected based on the following objective criteria:
- Highest placed swimmer at National (open or age), State (open or age) or Country championships wins
- if there are no swimmers at national level, the award goes to a NSW state swimmer
- a placing at an open meet takes precedence over a placing at an age event, eg, a 5th place at open nationals will win the award over a 2nd place at age nationals
- if there are no swimmers at national or NSW state level, the award goes to a swimmer at NSW Country championships
- if no swimmer achieves country level for a stroke the award will not be presented
- for open water swimmers, only swims at national or state championships will be taken into account.
If 2 swimmers or more share the same placing at the same level meet the stoke award will be awarded to the highest scoring swim using the International Point Score System, Australian Age Point Score System or other appropriate system.
Age is not a barrier to this award, for example a 10 year may achieve higher placing than an older swimmer in the same stroke, ie, even if the older swimmer has a faster time it is the placing that determines the recipient.
Example: if a 10 yr old placed 10th in the 50 free at State Age and a 15 yr old placed 12th in the 50 free at at State Age, the 10 year old would win the award.
Fastest 100 free
These perpetual trophies are for the fastest 100m freestyle swim during the swimming year, that is, from 1 October to 30 September preceding presentation day. The fastest time from all long and short course swims are considered, without conversion. There are male and female trophies.
Note: these trophies have been awarded by CASC for over 50 years.
CASC Club Championships
These awards are for the swimmers who won their age group at the Club championships. For more information about Club championships click here.
The winners receive a gold medallion or similar, as determined by the Committee each year.
These awards are selected by the coaches for best attitude to training and competing and can be given to a swimmer at any level. There are pepetual trophies for these awards.
Most Improved Awards
These awards are selected by the coaches for overall improvement in both training effort and competition. There are two awards. One award is for junior swimmers and the other is for senior swimmers.
There are pepetual trophies for these awards.
These awards are selected by the coaches for best attitude to training and competing. These awards can be given to a swimmer at any level. There are pepetual trophies for these awards.