Find out who came out winners at the recent SASI Awards, which saw cycling sweep the 2014 field.
Congratulations to all of the winners at the SASI Awards dinner held at the Adelaide Oval on 20 November 2014. The evening was dominated by Cycling, taking out 7 of the Major awards including all six Male and Female Athlete of the Year Awards and Coach of the Year. The Rowing program won Program of the Year to buck the trend of the evening. Another highlight from the evening was the amazing response from the audience for inaugural Volunteer of the Year, Mal Morris, in recognition of his tireless work with the SASI programs over many years. Thank you to all who attended. The full list of winners are below.
Female Athlete of the Year - Anna Meares (Cycling)
Male Athlete of the Year - Alex Edmondson (Cycling)
Female Athlete with a Disability - Bianca Woolford (Para-Cycling)
Male Athlete with a Disability - Kieran Modra (Para-Cycling)/Jason Niblett (Pilot)
Junior Female Athlete of the Year - Alexandra Manly (Cycling)
Junior Male Athlete of the Year - Callum Scotson (Cycling)
Program of the Year - Rowing
Coach of the Year - Tim Decker (Cycling)
Volunteer of the Year - Mal Morris
Spirit Award - Helen Mortimer
ACE Award - Sally Kehoe (Rowing)
Amy Gillette-Safe Award - Jess Trengove (Athletics)
Canoe Sprint - Catherine McArthur
Cycling - Alexandra Manly
Diving - Anna Gelai
Hockey - Gabrielle Nance
Netball - Madeleine Proud
Rowing - Sally Kehoe
Swimming - Sally Hunter
Volleyball - Max Guehrer
Water Polo - Jessica Martin
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