Club Honour Roll

Life Members

The Club works through the contribution of Members with their time expertise and Labour but also acknowledges the significant contributions by it’s Members who go above and beyond reasonable expectations and make significant contribution to the Club through Life Membership of the Club.

 

Roger Smith

Roger Smith was awarded Life Membership in 1990. Immediately after joining in 1962 Roger became involved in Club affairs, initially particpating in the first major extension and refurbishment of Tiobunga. During the period of 1969-1990 he was very active in the Club administration holding Committee positions for 16 years - eleven as President, two as VP Thredbo and one each as Secretary, competitions Officer and Membership Secretary.

He steered the Club through some difficult times and in spite of the demands of a senior position in the Australian Public Service devoted many hours to his duties as a Club Administrator. He was also very active in the construction of Carinya between 1969 and 1971, and also organised the various mandatory fire upgrades of all the Club's lodges.

Kurt Haggstrom

Dorothy Brown

Far far away, behind the word mountains, far from the countries Vokalia and Consonantia, there live the blind texts. Separated they live in Bookmarksgrove right at the coast of the Semantics, a large language ocean. A small river named Duden flows by their place and supplies it with the necessary regelialia. It is a paradisematic country, in which roasted parts of sentences fly into your mouth.

Robin Miller

Team Leader

James Lawrence

President

James is the Current Club President and has filled many roles on various Committees for the Club.

Heather McCalman

Mike Bromfield

Rasa Mauragis

Richard Gallimore

Wal Costanzo

Paul Bradley

Harry Black

Keith Arscott

Gene Herbert

Bob MacGregor

Audin Fristad

To Be Updated

TBA

Olympians

Brindabella is very proud to have two Winter Olympians represent Australia

Jarryd Hughes

Dual Olympian, Olympic Silver Medalist, X Games Gold Medalist

Jarryd has been an active member of the Club since he joined as a Junior at 13. When training competition and injuries have allowed Jarryd has competed for the Club in the Balmain Cup winning the Snowboard competition.

Jarryd has competed at X Games where he became the first Australian Male to win a Winter X Games Gold Medal in 2016

At the 2018 PyeongChang Olympic Games Jarryd won the Silver Medal. This was the first medal for Australia in the Snowboardcross Discipline.

Jarryd has won two World Cups, is the youngest Australian to ever win a World Cup and the youngest person to be World #1 on the FIS Snowboardcross World tour at 16years of age.

Jarryd has also won Gold and Silver Medals at the FIS Junior World Championships

Jeannette Korten

At 26 years of age, Jeannette Korten competed in alpine skiing at the Olympic Winter Games in Salt Lake City. Korten contested the slalom finishing in 25th place and the giant slalom, in which she was disqualified in her second run for not passing through a gate correctly.

The Canberra resident recorded her best results on the international circuit at the 1996 World Championships where she finished 15th in the Combined event. She qualified for the Olympic Winter Games by recording a 27th place in the slalom at the World Championships in St Anton.

Men’s Snowboard Cross Big Final | PyeongChang 2018

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