Ted Simpson and Stan Powell Award Nominees

Be sure to come to the banquet at the Provincials and find out who wins the Ted Simpson and Stan Powell Awards

Ted Simpson Award Nominees

Aart Looye

If any of you ever wondered whether you could make a change, accomplish something difficult, confront your own fears, make your dreams happen – look no further than Aart. Aart had a stroke, paralyzing his left side, February 2015 and that’s not keeping him on the couch. He swam in the 55+Games in August 2015 and in the Love to Swim EBSC meet in February. He swims freestyle and backstroke one armed. He is a huge inspiration to many.

Connie Stamhuis

More information to come.

Stan Powell Award Nominees

Khosro Mansuri

Khosro lives and breathes swimming.

Coaches Canadian Dolphins, West Van otters and North Shore masters. Introduced Masters for kids program on North Shore. Started North Shore Masters. Bought at his own expense electronic timing system currently used 20 times a year for Masters and kids meets. Manager for North Shore masters meet, 55+ games and Provincials.
Understands the club Assistant. At his own expense converted the North Shore Masters website to Team Unify for better communication and services.

Julie Jones

The important person no one ever sees.  Julie has been the MSABC records person forever.  She is the one who makes sure your BC, Canadian and world records are filed with the proper person to be certified.  She is the one who is responsible for all of then Certificates that come your way after the above work is done,  She has gone from receiving a bag of paper applications  after every meet in BC and beyond to currently being flooded  with e files week after week.

If you only realize after the fact you were successful she guides you through who to ask for what so your small piece of Fame is recorded. She has been doing this so long that no one but Julie (maybe Dennis) knows when she started.  Years of work put in by a volunteer that never  asks for help.


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