Paris-Brest-Paris (PBP)

Ride Start Date: 2023-08-20

Like the Olympics, Paris-Brest-Paris (PBP) is held once every four years and attracts the most aspiring athletes in their field. The next PBP will be held August? 2023. World-wide, keen randonneurs are preparing for this prestigious event.

Since its inception in 1891 as a race, PBP has evolved into the largest and most inspiring amateur randonnée in the world. Over four days, thousands of riders from around the world pedal 1200 kilometres through rolling French countryside and festive villages. Spectators line the route, cheering and supporting the riders to push themselves to finish within time.

The Official Paris-Brest-Paris 2019 brochure, is available on the Paris-Brest-Paris website.

The Paris-Brest-Paris website contains a huge amount of information and is the best source of accurate information about the event. 

Information For Audax Australia Members

While PBP is an individual ride and achievement, it’s great to feel part of a team. Audax Australia members have access to a fabulous and highly desirable team jersey and other clothing, an organised bag drop, and co-ordinated team accommodation.

Members can subscribe to the 2019 PBP Newsletter by emailing pbp@audax.org.au

American travel company, Travel Haus, is providing the bag drop service and team hotel for Australian team members. The Hôtel Restaurant Campanile in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines has been designated as the Australian team hotel. You can book the hotel and bag drop service on the Travel Haus PBP website. Hotel bookings made through Travel Haus include bicycle and luggage storage facilities for the period of your stay and while you ride PBP.

Entry numbers have been limited for the 2019 PBP and all the available pre-registration places have been filled.

ACP have advised that no further places will be made available for the 2019 edition.

You need to qualify for PBP 2019 by riding a full Super Randonneur series of ACP brevets (200, 300, 400 and 600 km BRMs) between 1 November 2018 and 23 June 2019. There are no identified periods to complete specified lengths of brevet as there are in some countries. The brevets can be ridden in any order but must be BRM rides. For the purpose of PBP qualification, ACP allows applicants to use longer ACP sanctioned brevets to substitute for shorter ones. Australian BAs or Permanent rides are not acceptable.

Registrations can only be made through the PBP website between 25 May and 3 July 2019 with the homologation numbers of your qualifying brevets. You can register with only three of the four qualifying brevets completed, but you need to provide the missing brevet certification number on or before 3 July 2019 or your registration will be cancelled.

The registration fee is yet to be confirmed, but it will be around €120.

Riders will be sent off in waves of 300 every 15 minutes at the start time and start wave they selected during pre-registration. Start times are:

  • from 16:00 Sunday 18 August 2019 for an 80 hour time limit
  • from 17:30 Sunday 18 August 2019 for an 90 hour time limit
  • from 05:00 Monday 19 August 2019 for an 84 hour time limit

The 2019 PBP will start and finish in Rambouillet for the first time. As accommodation is limited, most people will have to travel some distance to the start. Information on how to get to and from Rambouillet is on the PBP website.

The Australian PBP team kit can be purchased by logging into the Audax portal and selecting the PBP Merchandise tab. The ordering window closes on Tuesday 21 May and there will not be another opportunity to order the kit. The artwork that formed the basis for the PBP jersey and other kit items is an authentic Indigenous design especially created for Audax Australia by Lani Balzan, a leading indigenous artist. It will be a highly desirable swap item.

The club’s magazine Checkpoint is a great source of information about all things Audax and especially Paris-Brest-Paris. The editions following each PBP share Australian experiences. Checking out the magazine archive also enables you to enjoy some insights into the development of the club over 30 years or more.

Read the account in December 1987 by Aileen Martin – first Aussie woman to ride PBP – about starting and finishing with a not fully healed broken pelvis; dip into December 1991 or December 1995 or January 2000.

For more contemporary accounts, try Issue 33 Spring 2007, Issue 34 Summer 2007-08, Issue 50 Summer 2011-12, and Issue 65 Spring 2015.

To learn more about the event’s rich history click here.

For something historic, “PBP Was My Greatest Triumph” by Sir Hubert “Oppy” Opperman, is an account of the 1931 race.

2019

Reprinted from AUK (with additions by Audax Australia from 1999 and 2014)

1891

In the first long cycle race, the 600km Bordeaux-Paris, the British unexpectedly took the first three places by riding without rest, G P Mills being the winner in under 27 hours. The event made a great impression on the French public.

Later that year, Pierre Giffard promoted the 1200km Paris-Brest-Paris to demonstrate the practicality of the bicycle. Cycles were sealed at the start to ensure riders used the same machine throughout and entries from foreign riders and women were refused. 207 cyclists started on September 6th, including 10 tricycles, 2 tandems and an ordinary – believed to be the only one to complete the PBP so far, ridden by M. Duval. Both amateurs and professionals took part, the pros employing crews to carry their gear and 10 pacers each, Charles Terront won, riding without sleep for 71h22m, and 99 riders finished, some taking several days having stopped at inns overnight.

In the following years the Bordeaux-Paris was held annually and the inaugural Vienne-Berlin, Liege-Bastogne-Liege, Rennes-Brest, Spa-Bastogne-Spa, Geneve-Berne, Milan-Turin, Paris-Besancon, Lyon-Paris-Lyon and Paris-Roubaix took place.

1901

Henri Desgranges divided the entry into ‘coureurs de vitesse’, professional road racers, and ‘touristes routiers’, hard riding tourists, with prizes of 10,000F for the former and 2,000 for the latter. At 0453 on 16th August the 41 pros started, followed 17 minutes later by the touristes routiers. Garin won in 52h11m and Rosiere was the first tourist back in 62h26m. 72 tourists finished, including 65 year old Rousset who took 202 hours.

The PBP was held every 10 years since the distance was so great that the pros could not adequately train for and take part in the PBP and conventional road races. In 1903 Henri Desgranges organised the first Tour de France using stages which allowed the riders to rest. This event was to supplant the PBP as the premier road race.

1911

The rules were changed to ban pacers and assistance to riders between controls. The pros changed their tactics and stayed together in a pack to Brest. 13 coureurs de vitesse and 120 touristes routiers took part, the winner being Georget in a time of 50h13rn. The first tourist back was Heusghen, who was then disqualified for receiving help en route leaving Ringeval and Garin (the 1901 pro) the winners in that category.

1921

On September 2nd 43 pros and 63 touristes routiers started the event. The number of secret controls had been increased. Mottiat won in 55h07m and the eighth place went to the tourist Ernest Paul, who had ridden as a pro in 1911, with a 62 hour time.

1931

Sir Hubert Opperman

Twenty-eight pros and over 100 tourists entered. The touristes routiers were, for the first time, given a 90 hour limit, called ‘randonneurs’, and divided into the ‘allure libre’ administered by Audax Club Parisien and ‘audax’ riders administered by the Union des Audax Cyclistes Parisiens. The Australian, Hubert Opperman won in 49h23m and the first randonneurs were Tranchant, Cottard and Ruard with a time of 68h30m. Four women finished on mixed tandems (Danis, Pitard, Gorgeon and Du Bois) and Mile Vassard became the first solo woman to complete the PBP. The Pitards were also to ride in 1948 and 1951.

1948

52 pros, all team members, started but only 11 finished. Hendrickx won in a time of 41 h36m42s. In 1951 only 41 pros in 10 teams entered and Diot won in 38h55m, the all-time record. The first randonneurs were Coutelier and Chetiveau. The event was calendared as a professional race in 1956 and 1961 but cancelled due to lack of interest. The randonneurs. however, rode as usual with Baumann finishing first in 1956 with 52h19m and Fouace in 1961 with 49h15m. Briton, Barry Parslow, the first randonneur on trike, rode in 1966. The winner’s time that year was 44h21m.

1971

This was the last year shared by audax and allure libre randonneurs. 330 audax riders, split into 17 groups, started 4 days before the main PBP at 0400 and all finished inside 90 hours. The 328 randonneurs set off with a massed start at 1600 on Monday September 6th. The British riders were George Davis, Barry Parslow not on trike, the frame had broken – Colin Philips and Jock Wadley. (Seven cyclists finished the audax PBP and then started again the next afternoon as randonneurs, Plaine doing this second trip in 55h42m.) There was a record to Brest, 20h26m, from Bonny, and first back was the Belgian Herman de Munck in 45h39m., the first woman being Simone Astie with 79h38.

1975

The randonneur event was now every 4 years, the audax riders retaining the 5 year interval. This was the first time that qualifications were required (a 600k ridden that year) and the last PBP to be run mainly on main roads as, tragically, two riders were killed. There were 714 starters, of whom 19 were British. First back were De Munck and 2 French riders, Cohen and Truchi, in 43h27m, and the first women were Chantal de la Cruz and Nicole Chabriand with a 57 hour time. Steve Nicholas gives a detailed account of the British riders in his article reproduced in Arrivee number. 20, New Year 1988.

1979

The entry qualification became a full Super Randonneur series. 1766 riders started and the start time was split with the prospective 90 hour riders off at 4.00am. 1573 finished including 54 British. AUK won the George Navet Trophy for the club with the most finishers. First back were Piguet and Baleydier in under 45h.

1983

The 10th PBP randonnee. 2106 started and 1903, including 77 British, finished. AUK won the Challenge ACP for the club registering the greatest number of brevets de randonneur with ACP and the Coupe de Madame le Ministre du Temps Libre, Jeunesse et Sports for the club with the greatest number of finishers under 25 years of age (12) and over 55 (3). AUK’s Paul Castle had a successful ride but died shortly afterwards in a road accident while riding back to the coast. First in were the Belgian, De Munck, and France’s Bernard Piguet with under 44 hours which is the Randonneur record. The first woman was American Sue Notorangelo, setting the women’s record at 54h40m. In all 15 countries took part.

1987

2597 started and 2117 finished, including 94 British. AUK won the Coupe tie Monsieur le Secrdtaire d’Etat a la jeunesse et aux Sports for the greatest numbers of finishers under 25 and over 55 years of age (15), AUK South the Coupe de la Federation Sportive et Culturelle de France for having a large number of finishers, AUK South West the Coupe Bulte-Detee for having the most tandem riders (2), Willesden CC won the Coupe Diversey France for being the English club, outside AUK, with the greatest number of finishers, AUK’s Debbie Llewellyn won a watch for being the youngest rider, and AUK South East were given one of the Fanions de la Ville tie Brest. AUK’s Barry Parslow and Mark Brooking became the first riders to complete the PBP on tandem trike, with an 83 hour time, and Fliss Beard the first woman to complete the PBP on solo trike, with a 70 hour time. First back was American Scott Dickson, just over 44 hours.

1991

The Centenary edition, once again audax and allure libre riders shared the road. 3281 randonneurs started and about 2500 finished, including 149 British. The new venue at St Quentin-en-Yvelines, SW of Paris, was popular but the high abandonment was blamed on later start times of 20.00, 22.00, and 05.00, compounded by a compulsory afternoon “Prologue” into Paris. Peter Gifford and Noel Simpson lowered the tandem trike record to 81h06m and Mick Potts was the first rider back with a saddlebag, his 52h42m time and 25th overall placing being a British best. Nicole Chabirand of France was first woman back in 59h43m and Scott Dickson again first – his 43h42 some minutes outside the event record.

1995

The 13th PBP randonnee, with a slightly reduced entry. Two significant changes in the regulations – tri-bars were banned ‘for reasons of safety’, while the rule requiring mudguards was removed. Benign weather conditions saw a group of nine finish in 43h20m. The women’s record was demolished when Brigitte Keriouet came in shortly after the leaders in 44h14m. Willesden CC took the ladies’ team prize, Suzie Gray lowered the British best time by a female rider to 59h14m, while Anne Learmonth became the first woman ever to complete the PBP on a fixed-wheel macine. Mark Brooking regained the tandem trike record, this time with Richard Hull in 75h51m, while Peter Gifford and Noel Simpson set a standard of 88h10m on a tandem recumbent.

1999

Around 70 Aussies take part, only 3 did not finish. One rider had a sore knee less than 500km into the event, another fell and hurt his leg on the day before starting. This rider was allowed to start on his own some days after finishing and valliantly got to Brest before retiring. The third DNF rider fell asleep whilst riding near Fougeres on the outbound leg.

2003

83 Aussies entered, 81 started, with 13 riders unsuccessful. Good weather conditions but long queues at controls reported. For the first time in the event’s history, the number of foreign riders exceeds the number of French riders.

2007

The wet one!
124 Aussie Entries
86 Finished
3 Hors Delay/Out of Time
35 DNF

2011

Peter Moore set the record for the highest number of finishes with his sixth successful completion of the event.
93 Aussie Entries
78 Finished
3 Hors Delay/Out of Time
9 DNF
3 DNS

2015

84 Aussie Entries
66 Finished
3 Hors Delay/Out of Time
15 DNF
6 DNS

2019

85 Aussie Entries
55 Finished
2 Hors Delay/Out of Time
22 DNF
6 DNS

Australian Finishers of Paris-Brest-Paris 1891-2019

Since 1983 when Frank Brandon, Russell Moore and Stephen Poole became the first Australians to take part in PBP after Sir Hubert Opperman’s winning of the event in 1931, many Australian Audaxers have made the trip to France. For some, it’s a once-off. For others, it’s another in a long series.

Full name 1931 1983 1987 1991 1995 1999 2003 2007 2011 2015 2019 Count
DONNAN Peter 1991 1995 2007 2011 2015 2019 6
MINTER Dave 1999 2003 2007 2011 2015 2019 6
MOORE Peter 1991 1995 1999 2003 2007 2011 6
PAGE Jonathan 1995 1999 2003 2007 2011 2015 6
CRIBB Paul 1999 2003 2007 2011 2015 5
LAUGHER Tim 1987 1999 2003 2011 2015 5
PATERSON Leigh 1999 2007 2011 2015 2019 5
RAWNSLEY Matthew 1995 1999 2003 2007 2011 5
VESEL Steve 1991 1995 1999 2003 2007 5
ARMSWORTH Garry 2003 2007 2011 2019 4
DOVE Howard 2007 2011 2015 2019 4
HEAL Peter 2007 2011 2015 2019 4
HEARD Andrew 2007 2011 2015 2019 4
MORTON Rebecca 2007 2011 2015 2019 4
POOLE Stephen 1983 1987 1991 2015 4
ROW George 2007 2011 2015 2019 4
SHULUBIN Serguey 2003 2007 2015 2019 4
BELLETTE Philip 1991 1995 1999 3
BENTLEY Michael 2007 2011 2019 3
BRYANT Katherine 2011 2015 2019 3
CREATI Mick 2011 2015 2019 3
DALE Nick 2007 2011 2015 3
DIXON Peter 2003 2007 2011 3
DUSINK Hans 1999 2003 2007 3
GARRITY Ian 2011 2015 2019 3
GIDDINS Phil 1995 1999 2003 3
HALTON Donald 1995 1999 2003 3
HAMILTON Russell 2003 2007 2011 3
HICKMAN Wayne 2007 2011 2019 3
HORSLEY Peter 1991 2003 2007 3
IRVINE Neil 1987 1991 1995 3
KENNEDY Douglas 2003 2007 2011 3
KING Trevor 1999 2003 2007 3
LANSOM Greg 2003 2007 2011 3
MADDISON Simon 2011 2015 2019 3
MARTIN Peter Julian 1995 1999 2003 3
MOORE Barry 1999 2003 2007 3
PAGE Warren 2007 2011 2015 3
PORTWAY Oliver 1995 1999 2011 3
PULI Brendan 2011 2015 2019 3
SMITH Kerri-Ann 2007 2011 2019 3
TATRAI Gerald 1987 1991 1999 3
TAYLOR Sue 1991 1995 1999 3
WALL Garry 2011 2015 2019 3
WATSON Stephen 2003 2007 2019 3
AUSTIN Geoffrey 2011 2015 2
BEASLEY Gary 1995 2007 2
BEDNARZ Robert 1995 1999 2
BLASSE Bjorn 2003 2007 2
BOARDMAN Henry 1999 2003 2
BOOTH Nicholas 2015 2019 2
BOYLE John Cameron 2003 2011 2
BURGE Geoffrey 2011 2019 2
CHAPLIN Sarah 2015 2019 2
CUNNINGHAM Greg 2003 2007 2
CUNYNGHAME David 1999 2003 2
CURTIS Peter 1999 2003 2
DE MAN Henry 2007 2011 2
DROZ Gilbert 1987 1991 2
EVANS Gareth 2007 2011 2
FAIRWEATHER David 2015 2019 2
FARMER Colin 1991 1995 2
FOREMAN Warren 2015 2019 2
GADOMSKY Guido 2015 2019 2
GOONATILLAKE Hari 2007 2011 2
HOPPER Ronald 1987 1991 2
JENKINS Roy 1999 2003 2
LEE Stephen 2007 2011 2
LEHANE Pat 2007 2011 2
MARTIN Greg 2003 2011 2
MASLEN Thomas 1991 1999 2
MATHEWS Peter 1999 2003 2
McCROSSIN Mark 2007 2011 2
McKEAN Derek 1991 1999 2
MOORE Russell 1983 1991 2
MORISON Alethea 1991 1995 2
NANKIVELL Tom 2007 2011 2
PEARSON Martin 2007 2011 2
PIETSCH Stanley 2011 2015 2
RILEY Mark 2015 2019 2
ROGERS Malcolm 1995 1999 2
SEARLE Peter 2003 2007 2
SKEERS Garry 2007 2015 2
STREDWICK Tim 2003 2007 2
TEMBY Kathryn 2003 2007 2
THEOFANIDES Sally 2015 2019 2
TONKIN Alan 1999 2003 2
WALKER Alan 2003 2015 2
WATT Raymond 1995 2003 2
ANDRE Jason 1995 1
ANTONIOU Christopher 2003 1
ATKINS Stephen 2011 1
AVON Dermot 1991 1
BABAUSKIS Alex 2007 1
BAILEY David 1987 1
BAKER Gary 2015 1
BAKER Tavis 2015 1
BARRETT Jeffrey 2011 1
BASSETT Graig Guy 1999 1
BEHRSING Tom 1999 1
BENNETT Andrew 1999 1
BENNETT Karl 2007 1
BERTOLINO Paul 2011 1
BLAKE Andrew 2011 1
BOEHM Ian 2003 1
BOOGERT Tom 2011 1
BOWTELL David 2007 1
BRADBURY Matthew 2007 1
BRADY Andrew 1991 1
BRANDON Frank 1983 1
BRAY Geoffrey 2003 1
BRIGGS Donald 1995 1
BRINCH Johan 2011 1
BROWN Robin 1995 1
BURNETT Nicholas 2015 1
BURNS Rowan 2003 1
BURTON Mark 2015 1
CAIRNDUFF Gary 2015 1
CAMBELL Peter 1999 1
CANNELL Glen 1999 1
CARR Peter 2015 1
CARTER Peter 2007 1
CAULFIELD George Arthur 2003 1
CHADWICK John 1999 1
CHADWICK Pamela 1999 1
CHANT Jim 2007 1
CLARK Malcolm 1991 1
COLE Peter 1995 1
COLLINS Bernard 1995 1
COOPER Steven Arthur 2003 1
COURTNEY Steven 1995 1
CUCVARA Saxifrage 2015 1
DELI Dome 2019 1
DEMPSEY Simon 2015 1
DENNIS Charles 2007 1
DICKSON Allan 2003 1
DODDS Bruce 2007 1
DOUPE Patrick 2019 1
DOVER Raoul 2019 1
DOWELL Stuart 2011 1
DRUMMOND Martin 2019 1
DUNN Michael 2011 1
EALES David 2007 1
EDWARDS David 1999 1
EDWARDS Stuart 2015 1
EGAN Gerard 2015 1
EGGING Marco 1995 1
ERNST Matthias 2007 1
EVANS John 2007 1
FARMER Barbara 1995 1
FARREN Paul 1991 1
FENN Hayden 2019 1
FISHER Russell 2007 1
FISK Nicholas 2019 1
FREEMANTLE Russell 2007 1
GABADOU Michael 2007 1
GALLIKER Otto 1999 1
GAMBLE Peter Andrew 2003 1
GAULD Ronald 2011 1
GEORGE Ian 2011 1
GEORGE Stephen 2007 1
GERRARD David 2019 1
GIDDINGS Phil 2015 1
GILL Simon 2015 1
GILLESPIE Tony 2011 1
GOBLE Steve 2015 1
GODKIN Rob 2011 1
GOULD John 2015 1
GRANT Philipe Michael 2003 1
GREEN Justin 2011 1
GREEN Lindsay 1995 1
HALTON Enid 1995 1
HARDY Sean 2003 1
HARMER Lionel 2007 1
HART David 2007 1
HAYNES Martin 2007 1
HEARD David 2011 1
HEIDTMAN Ross 1999 1
HELLIER Andrew 2007 1
HELYAR Keith Ronald 2003 1
HELYAR Mary Gillian 2003 1
HINDS Gavin 2015 1
HOL John 2003 1
HOOY Mark 2007 1
HORNBY Brian 2011 1
HORSFIELD Chris 2019 1
HULME Andrew 2019 1
HUMPHRIES Ian 1999 1
IRVINE Simon 2019 1
JAMES Michael 2011 1
JANG Phillip 2011 1
JENSEN Jan Erik 2015 1
JEPPESEN Bill 2003 1
JINKS James 2019 1
JOHNSON Catherine 2007 1
JOHNSTONE Harley 2003 1
JONAS Pamela 2015 1
JOYCE Brian 1995 1
KARAMATIC James 2015 1
KATER Michel 1991 1
KEBLIKAS Rimas 2015 1
KELLER Ingo 2003 1
KERR David 2015 1
KERSLEY Kristine 1995 1
KILPATRICK Leigh 1999 1
KING David 2011 1
KIPPERS Vaughan 2015 1
KIRKLAND Shane 2003 1
KIRWAN Ron 2007 1
LANG Brendan 2019 1
LASZCZYK John 1999 1
LAWRENCE Craig 2015 1
LE VAILLANT Lynda 1999 1
LENNON Anthony 2011 1
LESTER Thomas Lionel 2003 1
LETTE Garrie 2007 1
LIM Francis 2019 1
LITT James 2019 1
LOKUBALASURIYA Bhanu 2019 1
LOTHRINGER Graeme 1999 1
LOTHRINGER Susan 1999 1
LOVEGREEN Scott 2019 1
LOWE Cassandra 1999 1
LOWE Keith 1991 1
MACINTYRE Andrew 2007 1
MACKLIN Simon 2015 1
MACMILLAN Gordon 1999 1
MAHONY Sean 2015 1
MANDOKI Nicholas 2019 1
MARTIN Aileen 1987 1
MARTIN John 1987 1
MARTIN Malcolm 1995 1
MARTIN Peter William 2007 1
MATUSZEK Maria 1999 1
MAURER Wayne 2007 1
MAYNARD Paul 1995 1
McCALLUM Peter 2011 1
McCANN Scott 2015 1
McCARTHY Richard 1995 1
McCLOSKEY Eamonn 2007 1
McCROSSIN Paul 2015 1
McDONALD Duncan 2003 1
McDONNELL Antony 1987 1
McGRATH Michael 2015 1
McHUGH Bob 2007 1
McKAIN John 1999 1
MILCH Steven 1999 1
MITCHELL Frank 2003 1
MOFFATT Hamish 2011 1
MOHANDAS Janardanan 1999 1
MORRISON Sean 2015 1
MURDIE Ruth 2015 1
NETTING Angus 2015 1
NEWTON Mark 2019 1
NG Paul 1995 1
NOBLE Russell 2011 1
NOCKA Anthony 2019 1
NORRIS Kevin 1991 1
O'BRIEN Christopher 1995 1
O'CALLAGHAN Peter 1999 1
OCHOA Pepe 2011 1
O'CONNOR Daniel 2019 1
OLSEN Carl 1991 1
OPPERMAN Hubert 1931 1
OSBORNE-RIGBY John 2007 1
PAGAC Daniel 2007 1
PAGE Stephen 2011 1
PALMER Grant Richard 2003 1
PASCOE Kevin 1991 1
PEAK Ian David 1999 1
PEAKALL Gary 2019 1
PEARSON Arran 2015 1
PIERCY Kevin 2011 1
PLATA Frank 2007 1
POILE Graeme 2019 1
POLLARD Ian 1991 1
POMPILI Claudio 2011 1
POWELL Christopher Robert 2003 1
POWELL Steve 2019 1
PRATT Gregory 2019 1
PRENDERGAST Peter 2007 1
PREYER Frank John 2003 1
PRICE Thomas 2015 1
PURVIS Mark 2007 1
QUINN John 1995 1
QUINTRELL Rod 2011 1
RAISON Perry 2011 1
REDDEN Brian 1991 1
REED Richard 2019 1
RICHARDSON Anthony 2015 1
RICHARDSON Joy 1999 1
RIDDEL David 2019 1
ROBB Geoffrey 1999 1
ROBERTS Andy 2015 1
ROCK Daniel 2011 1
ROGERS Christopher David 2003 1
ROSE Lindsay 1991 1
ROSS Errol 2007 1
ROWLANDS Stephen 2007 1
ROWLEY Philip 1991 1
SALINGER Thomas 2019 1
SAUNDERS Kevin 2007 1
SCHEER Richard 2011 1
SHAW David 1999 1
SHAW Dennis Richard 2003 1
SHORTEN Haydon 2011 1
SILK Denise 2007 1
SIMPSON Alexander 2019 1
SMITH Michael 2015 1
SMITH Robert Reid 1995 1
SNIBSON Rodney Paul 2003 1
SORRELL Mark 1991 1
SPENCER Ian Richard 1995 1
STACPOOLE Ann 1991 1
STACY Lyndon 1995 1
STEVENS Ross 2007 1
STEVENSON Barry 2003 1
STEWART Adrian 1999 1
STODALE Stewert 1987 1
SURGEON Bill 2007 1
SURR Fred 1987 1
SYKES Justin 2007 1
TAYLOR Stephen 2015 1
TAYLOR Tim 2011 1
THEO Ross 2003 1
THORNTON Graham 1999 1
THWAITES Richard 2019 1
TINKLER Andrew 2015 1
TOWN Murray 1999 1
TRAVERS Kim Luise 1999 1
TSOUKALADAKIS Steve 2019 1
TURNER Lisa 2007 1
TYDENS Casey 2011 1
VAN DYK Patrick 1999 1
VELLA Aldo 1999 1
WALDEN Matthew 2019 1
WALKER Dayton Robert 2003 1
WALSH Christopher 1999 1
WANG Shih-Chang 2011 1
WARE Kevin Edwin 2003 1
WATSON Don 1995 1
WATT Simon 2011 1
WEBSTER Robert 2011 1
WEISS Peter 2003 1
WHITE Adam 2019 1
WHITELEY Keith 1991 1
WIDJAJA Mudiarto 2019 1
WILKINSON Graeme 2003 1
WINCHESTER Tiffany 2019 1
WITHAM David 1995 1
WONG Michael 2015 1
WRIGHT James 2019 1
WURLOD Barry 2007 1
YURISICH Adrian 2011 1
ZGOZNIK Johnny 2007 1
ZUCCHI Caesar Francis 2015 1