Kel Watts Presentation notes

Report
AusDBF overview and international engagement
DBV Paddlers’ Forum
Kel Watt, AusDBF President
24 August 2014
AusDBF History
Pre AusDBF
Dragon Boat Australia
1997
AusDBF (incorporated body)
Trevor Huggard foundation President
Victoria foundation member
1999
Accepted as IDBF member
2002
Compete as member of Asian Federation
2007
World Championships in Sydney
2008
All eight states and territories become full members
Increase in international engagement
Trevor Huggard awarded Life Membership
2009
New constitution
New AusChamps guidelines
Oceania Federation established
Jon Taylor Award inaugurated
Phil Chan elected to AusDBF Board
Serghei Cucsa appointed Australian Head Coach
AusDBF History
2010
Open, national selection for Australian team
National team name competition – Auroras
NZ crews compete in Adelaide-hosted AusChamps
Richard Balkin announced as Australian Vice Captain
2011
AusDBF becomes Company (ASC best practice principles)
National team logo competition
Kel Watt elected to ADBF Executive
Loretta Lewis elected to IDBF Finance Committee
2012
Canoe Australia and AOCRA relationship established - PSA
2018 Commonwealth Games bid submitted
Foundation stone laying of ADBF Headquarters, Foshan China
Olympic recognition process underway
Georgina Wakim announced as Australian Vice Captain
David Abel elected to AusDBF Board
2013
AusChamps restructure commences – New Zealand inclusion
Record 35 medal haul at World Championships, Szeged Hungary
Georgina Wakim announced as Australian Captain
2014
Trans-Tasman races in New Zealand and Australia
Inaugural World Cup (China)
Karen Morris awarded Australian Flag Bearer honour
Membership – Financial Sports 2011-13
2011
2013
Growth
%
ACT
954
691
-263
-30
NSW
3229
3246
+17
+1
NT
100
120
+20
+20
Qld
1367
1222
-145
-11
SA
530
519
-11
-2
Tas
142
173
+31
+22
Vic
428
653
+225
+53
WA
392
406
+14
+4
TOTAL
7011
7030
+19
+1
(Note projected growth goal set at 10% per state per year for three years in September 2011)
Membership – Financial Sports 2011-12
April 2014 – national membership at 7100
Australian Championships
2013
Penrith, NSW
5 days
78/108
3192
306
Australian Championships (2012)
Competitors were
represented from
all eight states with
106 clubs either
competing in their
own right or
providing
competitors for the
State competition.
This is the largest
representation of
Australian
competitors in the
history of dragon
boating in
Australia.
Australian Championships (2012)
Australian Championships (2012)
Approximately 43% of
competitors were 50
years or older however
the statistics illustrate
the growth of the sport
in the 40 and younger
age bracket.
This is the first time
AusDBF has had access
to these types of
statistics due to the
introduction of the
database.
Australian National Dragon Boat Team Medals
Open Australian
team
= World Championships
World Championships
World
held in Sydney
Championships
= Asian Championships
15
13
6
6
6
4
3
1
1
1994
3
1995
-
1996
-
1997
-
1998
-
1999
2000
-
2001
-
2002
-
2003
-
2004
2005
-
2006
2007
2008
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2009
2010
2011
2012
2013 2014
Australian National Dragon Boat Team – the Auroras
International structure
International
Canoe
Federation
Regions
International
Va’a
Federation
International structure
Countries
Affiliates
ODBF Logo
National structure
Members
Clubs
National Branding
1997
2008
2012
National Branding
National Branding
National branding
• Common branding proposed in
September 2011
• Application of logo and wording
agreed to in April 2012
• Draft branding style guide
circulated for approval in June 2012
• Consistent image and wording:
• ‘Dragon Boat [state]’
• DAA considered, but a national
organisation with own brand.
• DAA still welcome to use national
branding
National branding
National branding
AusDBF Development Plan
• The 2011-14 Development Plan builds on previous plans
and has been updated with programs and resources
requested by states at the national strategic planning
meeting in September 2011.
• The budget and membership fees, approved in April 2012,
has also been incorporated in the document.
• Similar to the ‘Mid Year Report Card’ documents, AusDBF
will be distributing updates on the major projects and
include timelines and KPIs.
AusDBF Development Plan
• Over the two years since programs and resources were identified
several projects have been completed or initiated:
- Safety DVD (distributed to states for dissemination)
- Coaching/technique DVD (distributed to states for dissemination)
- National branding
- Coaching course updated
- Junior development program
- Policy reviews and updates (eg. Social Media Policy, MPP, risk
mitigation).
The next four years...
Late 2012 onwards:
• Establishment of Paddle Sports Alliance.
• First multi-discipline regatta in Canberra, December 7 and 8.
• Asian Championships – Busan, South Korea.
2013:
• New structure for AusChamps, with addition of Trans-Tasman & ODBC.
• Expanded representative racing program.
• NZ crews in Australia and Aus crews in NZ.
• Asian Club Crew Championships – Singapore. Postponed to Nov 15.
• World Championships – Szeged, Hungary in July.
• Dragon Boat introduced to Battle of Paddles 30th Anniversary, Hamilton
Island.
The next four years...
2014:
• AusChamps – Caloundra, Qld
• CCWC – Ravenna, Italy
• Asian Championships – Macau
• Inaugral World Cup – Fuzhou, China
2015:
• AusChamps – Armadale (Perth), WA
• Asian Club Championships – Foshan, November (incorporating Asia-Pacific competition).
• World Championships - Welland, Canada.
2016:
• AusChamps – Adelaide, SA
• CCWC – Australia (Adelaide selected by bid process)
• Asian Championships.
The next four years...
2017:
• AusChamps – (Tas and NT may bid) ACT
• World Championships - TBC
2018:
• AusChamps – (Tas and NT may bid) Victoria
• Commonwealth Games, Gold Coast.
2015 AusChamps
2015:
• 14 – 19 April
• Australian, Trans-Tasman, Oceania Championships – Champions Lakes,
Perth WA
14 April:
• Opening Ceremony
• Masters 200/2000m
15 April:
• Masters 500m
16 April:
• Oceania (States v NZ v ODBF members)
2015 AusChamps
ODBC:
• 10s AND 20s
• 200m AND 500m
17 April:
• Premier (Open Age), Youth & Junior 500m
18 April:
• Premier (Open Age), Youth & Junior 200m & 2000m
• After Party Celebration
2016 – Asian Champs & CCWC
2016:
• 23 March – 7 April
• Australian, Trans-Tasman, Oceania, Asian & Club Crew World
Championships
23 March:
• Opening Ceremony for ADBC & Australian Masters
• ADBC 5000m
24 March
• ADBC 500m & Masters 500m
25 March
• ADBC 200m & Masters 200m & 2000m
2016 – Asian Champs & CCWC
26 March:
• Oceania Championships (States & NZ)
• 10s AND 20s
• 200m AND 500m
• International Invitational (States vs Asian Nations in Exhibition event – one age group only)
27 March:
• Premier (Open Age), Youth & Junior 500m
28 March
• Premier (Open Age), Youth & Junior 200m & 2000m
• After Party Celebration
29 March – 1 April
• CCWC Training Days
2016 – Asian Champs & CCWC
1 April:
• CCWC Opening Ceremony
2 – 7 April:
• Club Crew World Championships
• Structure TBC
• AusDBF proposing Masters & Prem/Youth/Junior split
Questions
Thank you from AusDBF for your continuing great work and contribution

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