DONTGETLOST ADVENTURE RUNNING AWARDS
Keith French Memorial HKF Service Award
The Keith French Memorial HKF Service Award is awarded to a member that has provided invaluable volunteer service. The goal of this award is to honour a volunteer that has in the spirit of Keith, given so much time, energy and heart towards the sport. Keith French, was one of the founders of the Hamilton King's Foresters Orienteering Club (one of the founding clubs of DontGetLost Adventure Running). He brought his family out to many races in this area and across North America. It was a great loss to the entire North American orienteering community when Keith passed away several years ago.
2000 - Jack Lee; 2001 - Earle Phillips; 2002 - Julie DePass; 2004 - Jim Waddington; 2006 - Mike Waddington; 2008 - Dave Grant; 2010 - Mark Adams; 2012 - Nina Wallace; 2014 - Hans Fransson
Ted de St. Croix Athlete of the Year Award
The Ted de St. Croix Athlete of the Year Award is awarded annually to the Dontgetlost Adventure Running athlete that has the best adventure running, orienteering, trail running and/or adventure racing results during that calender year. The award consists of a prize pack and free participation in all DontGetLost Adventure Running events in the following racing season.
Ted de St. Croix was a member of the Niagara Orienteering Club (one of the founding clubs of DontGetLost Adventure Running) and won many Canadian and North American Orienteering Champs while living in Niagara. Ted placed 10th at the 1985 World Orienteering Championships - the best ever by a North American man. Ted now lives in Vancouver.
2000 - Mike Waddington; 2001 - Pippa McNeil; 2002 - Hans Fransson; 2003 - Pam James; 2004 - Pam James; 2005 - Mike Waddington; 2006 - Patrick Goeres; 2007 - Elena Logvina; 2008 - Serghei Logvin; 2009 - Serghei Logvin; 2010 - Barb Campbell; 2011 - Tim Grant; 2012 - Serghei Logvin; 2013 - Marianna Weber; 2014 - Emma Waddington