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The Australian Police Ski Federation Inc is an incorporated sporting body, regulated by Rules and administered by an elected committee, which is responsible for the business of the Australian Police Ski Federation Inc and the organisation, administration and operation of the “Australian Police Winter Games”.

The Rules provide that an Annual General Meeting shall be conducted. This is usually undertaken during the period that the games are held. For further information about the meeting, visit the A. G. M. page.

The elected representatives for the APSF Committee are:

The President’s role is to get the committee in tune and to focus on organising the games. He is responsible for organising sponsorship and publicity, the coordinating of the photography during the games, and to liaise with members of all teams competing in the games. Our President is one of our fastest. Luke is an accomplished ski racer and instructor having skied and worked all around the world. Do not hesitate to contact him if you have any enquiries… if you can catch him.

Email Luke:

The Vice President’s role is to support the President in get the committee in tune and to focus on organising the games. He is a Scorpio who likes water sports and his favourite colour is red. Do not hesitate to contact him if you have any enquiries.

Email Gary:

The secretary’s job is the same as most – get coffee for the rest of the committee! Seriously, the secretary will manage all the correspondence for the APSF and APWG. She is your primary contact point, along with the Treasurer. If you want anything on the agenda for the Annual General Meeting then you better write to the secretary! She is also the websites administrator.

Email Briony:

Our Treasurer is better known as “Dad” yep he takes a fatherly approach to all whilst drinking red wine. His main task is keeping the committee on track. In his spare time conducts the camp quality auction. You will see him around the place, he’s easy to pick – he’s the old guy with no hair and a glass of red in his hand. If you want to get in his good books make sure you top up his wine glass.

Email Mike:

If you want to win a medal be nice to this bloke. He decides what category you race in and who gets what medal. The Race Co-Ordinator looks after the organisation of the races, the timing and the correlation of the results. He doesn’t have time to have fun during the race week – so be nice and buy him a drink… Committee nickname : “Saurus”.

Email Mark: