Club Awards

Frankston Athletic Club – 2014 / 15 Awards:-

 President’s Award

This award is a club award and the recipient can be either an Athlete, Parent/Guardian, Coach or Volunteer. It is awarded entirely at the discretion of the President for whatever reason so determined

Club Person of the Year

All Club members are entitled to nominate one person who they believe has made an outstanding contribution to the Club over the previous twelve months. The nominated person does not have to be an office holder or have any specific role within the club.

Any person who has demonstrated genuine service to the Club whether as a Coach, Official,  Committee Member , General Volunteer, Athlete or Parent/ Guardian etc  is eligible to be nominated as Club Person of the Year. No minimum years of service are required to be nominated for this award.

Nomination for Club Person of the Year should be based on the following criteria.

  • works for the benefit of the Club and is dedicated to helping with various Club activities to encourage, foster and promote Athletics within the Frankston area 
  • volunteers their time freely and not for financial gain
  • is a positive role model for the Club
  • genuinely acts in the best interest of the Club

Nominations to be reviewed by Frankston Athletic Club Committee, final determination of the winner to be made by majority vote of the committee.

Coaches Award

This award is to be decided between all of the associated Frankston Athletic Club Coaches, to determine the Athlete that in their opinion embodies the values of the Frankston Athletic Club, the decision may be based around Athlete ability (i.e. results), Athlete behaviour, or Athlete standing amongst their peers or a combination of those and other qualifications. Coaches must come to a Single majority decision. Any deadlocks to be broken by the Frankston Athletic Club Vice President

Frankston Athletic Club Coach of the year

To be selected by the Frankston Athletic Club Committee, The Frankston Athletic Club Coach of the year will be determined by results in the following based on one or more of the following criteria:-

  • The coach of a record at the time an athlete wins a championship gold medal. 
  • Excellence in coaching as demonstrated by a significant and substantial

contribution to the development of athletics and/or the advancement of coaching

Examples:

•     successful national/ state team coach or national/ state team manager;

•     coach of one or more internationally successful athletes;

•     coach of several nationally successful athletes; (medal winning athletes)

•    coach of several successful young athletes; (AV  or VLAA medal winning athletes)

•    developed an effective coaching programme (for club, children, youth, women, disabled, etc;

•    developed other coaches (through educational activities and or mentoring);

•    lifetime achievement as a coach.

Life Member

To qualify for Life Membership with the Frankston Athletic Club,

An athlete must be involved and competed at the Club level for a minimum of 15 Years

or represented Australia at a Commonwealth or Olympic Games,

or a person must serve a minimum of 10 years on the committee or as a recognised club coach, or organised a regular team of athletes on an ongoing basis – ie: Organised Summer Shield or Cross Country teams (or a combination of all 3) and be deemed to have made an outstanding contribution to the Club, to be eligible.

Athlete Membership Awards

Presented to Athletes where it can be determined that they have held membership of the Frankston Athletic Club on the following basis (and where applicable)

5 Years –   Bronze Membership Award

10 Years – Silver Membership Award

15 Years – Gold Membership Award / Eligible for Life Membership

(awards to be presented on year of achievement and will not be presented where the milestone was been achieved prior to 2013)

Ahlete Achievement Awards

U14 

Men and Women                          

Participation Medallions presented to all U14 Athletes who meet initial qualification criteria which is to have competed at a minimum of 3 2014/15 Shield Rounds

(Also able to qualify for State / National Record Awards, Coaches Award, Presidents award etc.)

 For all Track & Field Awards, Athletes must have competed in a minimum of three (3) Shield Rounds, and will only be eligible for a specific event award where they have competed in a minimum of 50% of the available events at Shield rounds ( Ie if a Triple Jump event is available 5 times across the season, then the athlete must have competed in that event at least 3 times to be eligible for the award

U16

Men and Women

 

Recognition Medals presented to the highest achiever in each Age Group, based on events conducted at Shield and Cross country events (subject to both qualifying criteria)

(Also able to qualify for State / National Record Awards, Coaches Award, Presidents Award etc.)

Men                                                            Women                                                    

200m 800m 3000m 300m Hurdles 200m 800m 3000m 300m Hurdles
1500m Walk High Jump Pole Vault Triple Jump 1500m Walk High Jump Pole Vault Triple Jump
Shot Put Hammer 100m 400m Shot Put Hammer 100m 400m
1500m 100m Hurdles 2000m Steeple 2000m Walk 1500m 90m Hurdles 2000m Steeple 2000m Walk
Pole Vault Long Jump Discus Javelin Pole Vault Long Jump Discus Javelin
Cross Country Athlete of the year Cross Country – General Awards Cross Country Athlete of the year Cross Country – General Awards

 

U18

Men and Women

Recognition Medals presented to the highest achiever in each Age Group, based on events conducted at Shield and Cross country events (subject to both qualifying criteria).

(Also able to qualify for State / National Record Awards, Coaches Award, Presidents Award etc.)

Men                                                            Women                                                    

200m 800m 3000m 400m Hurdles 200m 800m 3000m 400m Hurdles
3000m Walk High Jump Pole Vault Triple Jump 3000m Walk High Jump Pole Vault Triple Jump
Shot Put Hammer 100m 400m Shot Put Hammer 100m 400m
1500m 110m Hurdles 2000m Steeple 2000m Walk 1500m 100m Hurdles 2000m Steeple 2000m Walk
Pole Vault Long Jump Discus Javelin Pole Vault Long Jump Discus Javelin
Cross Country Athlete of the year Cross Country – General Awards Cross Country Athlete of the year Cross Country – General Awards
Open

Men and Women

Achievement Medals / Trophies presented to the highest achiever, based on events conducted at Shield and Cross country events (subject to both qualifying criteria).

(Also able to qualify for State / National Record Awards, Coaches Award, Presidents Award etc.)

Men                                                            Women                                                    

200m 800m 3000m 5000m 200m 800m 3000m 5000m
400m Hurdles 3000m Walk High Jump Pole Vault 400m Hurdles 3000m Walk High Jump Pole Vault
Triple Jump Shot Put Hammer 100m Triple Jump Shot Put Hammer 100m
400m 1500m 110m Hurdles 3000m Steeple 400m 1500m 100m Hurdles 3000m Steeple
2000m Walk Long Jump Discus Javelin 2000m Walk Long Jump Discus Javelin
Cross Country Athlete of the year Cross Country – General Awards Cross Country Athlete of the year Cross Country – General Awards

National / State Record Awards

(Where applicable)

To be presented where a Frankston Athletic Club Member breaks a national or State Record.

And any Other Awards  that the Committee deem warranted

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